Players signed indicated in Bold
||Tampa Bay Rays
|Hager doesn't have one standout tool, but he can do a little bit of everything and always plays hard. He's an average runner but has nice actions at shortstop with an above-average arm. Hager is a good hitter and performed with wood at showcase events last fall. He has some pop, though he profiles as more of a gap hitter with average power. His tools play up because he's the prototypical baseball rat. He has passion for the game and is typically the dirtiest guy on the field, playing with toughness and energy. He's a leader on the field with good makeup, exactly what you want from a shortstop. He could go as high as the second round and if he doesn't sign, he'll head to Arizona State.
|Tomassetti is built more like a catcher at 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds. He's a little stiff behind the plate and will need work to stay back there. Tomassetti benefited from being teammates with Jake Hager and getting extra scouting attention.