Players signed indicated in Bold
||New York Yankees
|Lail, an Arizona recruit, has a thin build at 6-foot-3 and 170 pounds. He'll flash above-average velocity but usually settles into the 85-88 mph range. The hand speed is there though, as Lail shows an above-average curveball and mixes in an occasional changeup. He has some effort in his delivery and the ball looks like it jumps out of his hand.
|Williams should get drafted ahead of high school teammate Brady Lail because of his athleticism, two-way potential and arm strength. Utah is hoping Williams will get to campus and patrol its outfield next year, and he shows power potential with the bat, but pro scouts like him better on the mound. Utah would likely groom him to be a closer as well. He started pitching in the past year and shows intriguing arm strength, running his fastball up to 95 mph in short bursts. He flashes a tight breaking ball and will need to get more consistency and control. His arm strength is intriguing, as is his projectable 6-foot-3, 185-pound frame.