The last time Colorado had two high school players drafted in the top 10 rounds was 2005. This year's class is actually a little better. In 2005, righthander Kyle Winters (Marlins) and outfielder Reid Engel (Red Sox) both went in the fifth round. Colorado's top prospect this year, Kevin Gausman, came into the year as one of the top 20 high school players in the class. Although he slid a little during an inconsistent spring, he could still go anywhere from the first to the fourth round—if he doesn't slide because of signability.