|Solid, not spectacular|
|Rating compares this year's group to what a state typically produces, not to other states|
The state of Delaware hasn't produced a first-round pick since Delino DeShields in 1987, and that likely won't change this year. But the state also has produced at least one draft pick every year since 1991, and that streak should continue. Though this year's class doesn't have anyone with the upside and projectability of 2015 righthander Jason Bilous, who wound up attending school at Coastal Carolina, the state does provide some intrigue in the form of two-way player Brandon Fraley. The younger brother of Louisiana State outfielder Jake Fraley—No. 66 in the BA 500—Fraley has been up to 92 mph on the mound. But like his brother, he could end up at a Louisiana school. He's committed to Tulane.
1. Brandon Fraley, rhp/of, Caravel Academy, Bear, Del. (National Rank: 375)
2. Andrew Orzel, ss/3b, Archmere Academy, Claymont, Del. 3. Joseph Singley, c, Archmere Academy, Claymont, Del. Andrew Orzel, ss/3b, Archmere Academy, Claymont, Del.
- Orzel is a wiry shortstop with intriguing hands and foot speed. He is an average runner, and shows average bat speed at the plate, with some natural line drive ability in his bat. He is committed to Wofford. Joseph Singley, c, Archmere Academy, Claymont, Del.
- Singley has a very strong throwing arm but needs to improve his receiving and offense. He is committed to Tulane.