The talent in Indiana this year is carried by the rise of the Hoosier’s program, bolstering two prospects who are likely to get drafted on the first day.
The emergence of Kyle Freeland from a small college (Evansville) that hasn’t produced a first-round pick since before Freeland was born, No. 1 overall pick Andy Benes in 1988, will likely give the state two first-round college players in the same year for just the third time in the last 40 years.
Indiana’s high school class lacks a surefire top five-round candidate, and much of the prep class is likely to reach campus.
|Name||Pos.||National Rk||State Rk||School||Source|
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|Pat Connaughton||RHP||129||4||Notre Dame||4YR|
|Sean Godfrey||OF||239||5||Ball State||4YR|
|Logan Sowers||OF||312||7||McCutcheon HS, Lafayette, Ind.||HS|
|Brandon Murray||RHP||385||8||Hobart (Ind.) HS||HS|
|Treg Haberkorn||OF||433||9||Leo (Ind.) HS||HS|
|Jonah Patten||RHP||451||10||Norwell HS, Ossian, Ind.||HS|
|Landon Curry||CF||474||11||Indiana State||4YR|