|Not up to par|
|Rating compares this year's group to what a state typically produces, not to other states|
The majority of players drafted out of Idaho come from Lewis-Clark State. The school had three of the state's six draftees in 2015, and that trend could continue in 2016. This year, five of the top eight prospects in Idaho play at Lewis-Clark. There are a pair of far-away, down-the-line high school prospects, but there is nothing exceptional about this year's Idaho class.
[No Top 500 Prospects]
1. Jacob Zanon, of, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) 2. Noel Gonzales, rhp, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) 3. Jake Barnett, lhp, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) 4. Jaramy Jacobs, lhp, Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) 5. J.J. Robinson, 1b, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) 6. Eli Shubert, rhp, Eagle (Idaho) HS 7. Kole Lane, ss, Eagle (Idaho) HS 8. Quin Grogan, rhp, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) Jacob Zanon, of, Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)
- Shubert has some projection in his frame, and he showed an upper 80s fastball at the Area Code Games. He throws a curveball and a changeup. Shubert is committed to Washington State.