|Solid, not spectacular|
|Rating compares this year's group to what a state typically produces, not to other states|
It's a solid year in the Magnolia State, thanks largely to the explosive junior season of Mississippi State righthander Dakota Hudson, who has shut down SEC opponents for much of the spring, pitching with a deep arsenal of weapons and showing no fear on the mound. After Hudson, there is a little bit of a drop-off, but prep first baseman Walker Robbins did have scouting directors in attendance to watch him this spring. There is depth to the state this year, with Mississippi and Mississippi State boasting a number of promising prospects.
1. Dakota Hudson, rhp, Mississippi State (National Rank: 14) 2. Walker Robbins, 1b, George County HS, Lucedale, Miss. (National Rank: 116) 3. J.B. Woodman, of, Mississippi (National Rank: 119) 4. Thomas Dillard, c, Oxford (Miss.) HS (National Rank: 147) 5. Errol Robinson, ss, Mississippi (National Rank: 190) 6. Grae Kessinger, ss, Oxford (Miss.) HS (National Rank: 192) 7. Reid Humphreys, of/rhp, Mississippi State (National Rank: 206) 8. Zach Clark, ss/of, Pearl River (Miss.) CC (National Rank: 229) 9. Delvin Zinn, ss, Itawamba (Miss.) CC (National Rank: 233) 10. Henri Lartigue, c, Mississippi (National Rank: 238) 11. Daniel Brown, lhp, Mississippi State (National Rank: 287) 12. Tate Blackman, 2b/of, Mississippi (National Rank: 331) 13. Zac Houston, rhp, Mississippi State (National Rank: 347) 14. Austin Sexton, rhp, Mississippi State (National Rank: 394) 15. Jake Winston, rhp, Southern Mississippi (National Rank: 436) 16. Chad Smith, rhp, Mississippi (National Rank: 459)
17. Jacob Robson, of, Mississippi State 18. A.J. Brown, of, Starkville (Miss.) HS 19. Riley Self, rhp, Magnolia Heights HS, Senatobia, Miss. 20. Gavin Collins, 3b, Mississippi State 21. Nathaniel Lowe, 1b, Mississippi State 22. Tim Lynch, 1b, Southern Mississippi 23. Wyatt Short, lhp, Mississippi 24. Dylan Burdeaux, of, Southern Mississippi