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Top Washington D.C. 2019 MLB Draft Prospects

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(Stars are listed on a 1 to 5 scale relative to what the state typically produces, with 1 being the weakest)

1. Nick Morreale, RHP, Georgetown (BA RANK: 432)
Source: 4YR • Ht: 6-5 • Wt: 220 • B-T: R-R • Commitment/Drafted: Never Drafted

A 6-foot-5, 220-pound righthander, Morreale transitioned into a starting role this spring with Georgetown after coming out of the bullpen for the most part in 2018. He’s posted a 4.57 ERA in 65 innings, with 77 strikeouts (10.66 per nine) thanks to a fastball that has gotten up to 93 mph. His secondaries are below-average and Morreale has never thrown consistent strikes (close to six walks per nine over a three-year career), making him a high-probability reliever at the next level.

2. Dominic D'Alessandro, UTIL, George Washington
Source: 4YR • Ht: 6-1 • Wt: 223 • B-T: R-R • Commitment/Drafted: Never Drafted

3. Brent Killam, LHP, Georgetown
Source: 4YR • Ht: 5-11 • Wt: 170 • B-T: L-L • Commitment/Drafted: Never Drafted

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