2014 State Draft Report: Arkansas

Most of the talent coming out of the state historically comes from the University of Arkansas, which has three players that could go in the top five rounds, giving the class a presence at the top of the draft. But the lack of depth holds back the class.

The high school crop is substandard. Some area scouts don't didn't have a single Arkansas prep player turned in. The top two high school prospects are both committed to Arkansas. Third baseman/catcher has some righthanded power and lefthander Kyle Pate touched 88 with his fastball at the Area Code Games and this spring.

Senior righthander Bradley Wallace will likely be one of the top non-Arkansas college players draft. He has arm strength but a high-effort delivery, though he has cut his walk rate three straight years.

Name Pos. National Rk State Rk School Source
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Chris Oliver RHP 66 1 Arkansas 4YR
Brian Anderson 2B/OF 69 2 Arkansas 4YR
Jalen Beeks LHP 125 3 Arkansas 4YR
Name POS National Rank State Rank School Source
Bradley Wallace RHP 4 Arkansas State COL
Blake Wiggins 3B 5 Pulaski Academy, Little Rock, Ark. HS
Aaron Johnson LHP 6 Arkansas Tech COL
Joe Serrano OF/INF 7 Arkansas COL
Michael Gunn LHP 8 Arkansas COL
Doug Votoloto OF 9 Central Arkansas COL
Kyle Pate LHP 10 Fayetteville (Ark.) HS HS
Tyler Spoon OF 11 Arkansas COL
Jake Wise C 12 Arkansas COL