Although the Free State has historically not been a strong talent-producing state, it has a headlining player in Jake Stinnett who could go on the first day of the draft.
Stinnett emerged as a senior after converting from the left side of the infield, showing a fastball with plus life that is up to 97 mph. Only one college pitcher from Maryland has went in the top five rounds in the last decade, Blue Jays All-Star reliever Brett Cecil (2007).
The prep class offers a projectable arm who could sneak into the top five rounds and some interesting position players with up-the-middle profiles.
|Name||Pos.||National Rk||State Rk||School||Source|
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|Justin Morris||C||235||2||Dematha HS, Hyattsville, Md.||HS|
|Peter Solomon||RHP||261||3||Mount St. Joseph HS, Baltimore||HS|
|Troy Stokes||OF||316||4||Calvert Hall College HS, Baltimore||HS|