BA Newsletter: Get Analysis, Rankings Delivered To Your Inbox!

2017 State Draft Report: Louisiana



CROP RATING
updated_state_rating_five_starSolid, not spectacular
Rating compares this year's group to what a state typically produces, not to other states
It's a typically deep year for talent at Louisiana State, which means it's also a decent year for draft talent from the state of Louisiana, but this year lacks the Alex Bregman, Aaron Nola or Mike Mahtook at the top of the class.
NATIONAL TOP 500 PROSPECTS
BA 500 Scouting Reports
1. Blayne Enlow, RHP, St. Amant (La.) HS (33) 2. Alex Lange, RHP, Louisiana State (34) 3. Greg Deichmann, 3B, Louisiana State (64) 4. Jacob Pearson, OF, West Monroe (La.) HS (81) 5. Daniel Cabrera, OF, Parkview Baptist HS, Baton Rouge (82) 6. Mac Sceroler, RHP, Southeastern Louisiana (138) 7. Cole Freeman, 2B, Louisiana State (166) 8. Hayden Cantrelle, SS, Teurlings Catholic High, Lafayette, La. (266) 9. Kramer Robertson, 2B, Louisiana State (359) 10. Jared Poche, LHP, Louisiana State (360) 11. Wyatt Marks, RHP, Louisiana-Lafayette (394)
OTHER PROSPECTS OF NOTE
2017 Draft Map
12. Gunner Leger, LHP, Louisiana Lafayette 13. Hunter Kiel, RHP, Louisiana State 14. Hunter Feduccia, C, LSU-Eunice 15. Nick Webre, OF, Teurlings Catholic HS, Lafayette, La. 16. Carlisle Koestler, RHP, Southeastern Louisiana 17. Jeffrey Elkins, OF, St. Thomas More Catholic HS, Lafayette, La. 18. Ma'Khail Hilliard, RHP/OF, Central HS, Baton Rouge, La. 19. Tristan Clarke, OF, New Orleans 20. Kevin Rosario, SS, LSU Shreveport 21. Jordan Washam, 2B, Louisiana Tech

Gunner Leger, LHP, Louisiana Lafayette Leger is a perfect example of a pretty common type of lefty, the 87-88 mph lefty who can succeed because he locates and has a quality changeup.

Hunter Kiel, RHP, Louisiana State Kiel was a 29th-round pick of the Diamondbacks last year out of Pensacola State (Fla.) JC. He was awful for the Tigers (0-0, 18.47 with 8 walks in 6 innings) but he has the arm strength to get drafted.

Hunter Feduccia, C, LSU-Eunice Feduccia, an LSU signee, hit .394/.514/.606 this year for LSU-Eunice.

Jeffrey Elkins, OF, St. Thomas More Catholic HS, Lafayette, La. Elkins has surprising power potential in his 5-foot-10, 175-pound frame. He shows average bat speed and can loft the ball for pull-side power. He'll need to work on his pure contact ability and non-offensive tools.

Mullinax Screenshot

2024 Players Who Impressed At The WWBA Championships

Breaking down the 2024 players who made a name for themselves at the WWBA underclass and sophomore championships in Fort Myers.

Kevin Rosario, SS, LSU Shreveport Rosario could get some late-round interest as a senior sign middle infielder who has hit (.391/.441/.599) for LSU Shreveport. The college shortstop may be stretched to stay at the position as a pro, but he has the hands to be a defensive asset at second base.

Are you a member?

In order to access this exclusive content you must have a Baseball America Account. 

Login or sign up  


Additionally, you can subscribe to Baseball America's newsletter and receive all of our rankings, analysis, prospect insight & more delivered to your inbox every day. Click here to get started. 

of Free Stories Remaining