2022 MLB Draft Rankings: 51-400

This MLB Draft has plenty of depth, as there are a number of players I really like between 51-400, which are all ranked below with a summary of each grouping of 25 as well. Again, I am not removing those who have withdrawn their name from the Draft as this is a ranking of top eligible talent.

Here’s a link to my 2022 MLB Draft Top 50, which was published on July 13.

51) Thomas Harrington, RHP, Campbell

52) Cade Doughty, 3B/2B, LSU

53) Mikey Romero, 2B, Orange Lutheran HS (CA)

54) Parker Messick, LHP, Florida State

55) Brady Neal, C, IMG Academy (FL)

56) Malcolm Moore, C, McClatchy HS (CA)

57) Tristan Smith, LHP, Boiling Springs HS (SC)

58) Adam Mazur, RHP, Iowa

59) Jackson Cox, RHP, Toutle Lake HS (WA)

60) Ryan Cernak, OF, Illinois State

61) Jacob Miller, RHP, Liberty Union HS (OH)

62) Cole Phillips, RHP, Boerne HS (TX)

63) Roman Anthony, OF, Stoneman Douglas HS (FL)

64) Sal Stewart, 3B, Westminster Christian HS (FL)

65) Josh Kasevich, SS, Oregon

66) Dalton Rushing, C, Louisville

67) Hunter Barco, LHP, Florida

68) Reggie Crawford, LHP, UConn

69) Cutter Coffey, RHP/3B/SS, Liberty HS (CA)

70) Ryan Clifford, OF, Pro5 Baseball Academy (NC)

71) Spencer Jones, OF, Vanderbilt

72) Cameron Smith, 3B/SS, Palm Beach Central HS (FL)

73) Trystan Vrieling, RHP, Gonzaga

74) Drew Thorpe, RHP, Cal Poly

75) Nicholas Morabito, SS, Gonzaga HS (DC)

The top two prep backstops fall in this range with Neal the best all-around catcher among the high school options, while Moore is as good an offensive option as there is at the position in the draft, with the only real question being whether or not he will ever be good enough defensively to stick there. Vrieling and Thorpe are two of the best non-power conference arms in the class and both fall late in this grouping, while there are some big conference dudes like Barco and Crawford and then the bats Spencer Jones and Dalton Rushing.

76) Bryce Hubbart, LHP, Florida State

77) Jake Bennett, LHP, Oklahoma

78) Brandon Sproat, RHP, Florida

79) Brycen Mautz, LHP, San Diego

80) Gavin Turley, OF, Hamilton HS (AZ)

81) Max Wagner, 3B, Clemson

82) Jaden Noot, RHP, Sierra Canyon HS (CA)

83) Tanner Schobel, SS, Virginia Tech

84) Ben Joyce, RHP, Tennessee

85) Paxton Kling, OF, Central HS (PA)

86) Clark Elliott, OF, Michigan

87) Caden Dana, RHP, Don Bosco Prep (NJ)

88) Robert Moore, 2B, Arkansas

89) Carson Palmquist, LHP, Miami

90) Gavin Kilen, SS, Milton HS (WI)

91) Ivan Melendez, 1B, Texas

92) Max Martin, SS, Moorestown HS (NJ)

93) Joe Lampe, OF/2B, Arizona State

94) Connor Staine, RHP, UCF

95) Jordan Taylor, OF, St. John’s Country Day (FL)

96) Jacob Meador, RHP, Dallas Baptist

97) Jake Madden, RHP, Northwest Florida JC

98) Cade Hunter, C, Virginia Tech

99) Nazier Mule, RHP/SS, Passaic County Tech (NJ)

100) Jalin Flores, SS, Brandeis HS (TX)

Hubbart and Bennett were once both considered potential first rounders, while Robert Moore was once a potential top ten pick. While those three may have slid on many boards, the reigning player of the year in college baseball, Ivan Melendez is sitting here ranked as a third rounder and Clark Elliott is looking to continue the consecutive year streak of highly drafted Michigan outfielders. You also have big-name prep programs here, as St. John’s Country Day, Don Bosco Prep, Sierra Canyon, and Hamilton will all likely continue their hearty history of high draft picks.

101) Chase Shores, RHP, Lee HS (TX)

102) Colby Thomas, OF, Mercer

103) Michael Kennedy, LHP, Troy HS (NY)

104) Luke Gold, 2B, Boston College

105) Brandon Birdsell, RHP, Texas Tech

106) Xavier Isaac, 1B, East Forsyth HS (NC)

107) Luis Ramirez, RHP, Long Beach State

108) Gavin Guidry, SS, Barbe HS (LA)

109) Sam Horn, RHP, Collins Hill HS (GA)

110) Tyler Locklear, 3B, VCU

111) Trey Dombroski, LHP, Monmouth

112) Jacob Watters, RHP, West Virginia

113) Chandler Simpson, 2B, Georgia Tech

114) Jackson Humphries, LHP, Fuquay-Varina HS (NC)

115)Jacob Reimer, 3B, Yucaipa HS (CA)

116) Adonys Guzman, C, Brunswich HS (CT)

117) Andrew Walters, RHP, Miami

118) Levi Huesman, LHP, Hanover HS (VA)

119) Eli Jerzembeck, RHP, Providence HS (NC)

120) Pete Hansen, LHP, Texas

121) Mason Neville, OF, Basic HS (NV)

122) Ike Irish, C, St. Mary’s HS (MI)

123) Trey Lipscomb, 3B, Tennessee

124) Jordan Sprinkle, SS, UC Santa Barbara

125) Trey Faltine, SS, Texas

Trey Lopscomb has an incredible year for Tennessee while Tyler Locklier had another stellar year for VCU and both are guys who can stay at the hot corner. Texas also has two guys sitting here with the defensive star in Trey Faltine and the pitchability lefty in Pete Hansen. Chase Shores is a 6’8” prep righty with a big fastball and wipeout slider with solid command of both offerings and a developing change and curve.

126) Henry Williams, RHP, Duke

127) Dominic Keegan, 1B/C, Vanderbilt

128) Anthony Hall, OF, Oregon

129) Tres Gonzalez, OF, Georgia Tech

130) Zach Maxwell, RHP, Georgia Tech

131) Nolan McLean, 3B/RHP, Oklahoma State

132) Jayson Jones, 3B, Braswell HS (TX)

133) Jace Grady, OF, Dallas Baptist

134) Bradley Loftin, LHP, DeSoto Central HS (MS)

135) Jimmy Crooks, C, Oklahoma

136) Bryce Osmond, RHP, Oklahoma State

137) Jacob Misiorowski, RHP, Crowder JC

138) Austin Charles, SS/OF/RHP, Stockdale HS (CA)

139) Jacob Zibin, RHP, TNXL Academy (FL)

140) Karson Milbrandt, RHP, Liberty HS (MO)

141) Nate Savino, LHP, Virginia

142) Riley Kelly, RHP, Tustin HS (CA)

143) Christopher Paciolla, SS, Temecula Valley HS (CA)

144) Marcus Johnson, RHP, Duke

145) Silas Ardoin, C, Texas

146) Kassius Thomas, RHP, Sierra Canyon HS (CA)

147) Chandler Pollard, OF/SS, Woodward Academy HS (GA)

148) Alex MacFarlane, RHP, Miami

149) Payton Brennan, OF, Rocklin HS (CA)

150) Jared McKenzie, OF, Baylor

Another grouping features some impressive college names like the cannon arm of Silas Ardoin, the power hitting catcher in Jimmy Crooks, two-way prospect Nolan McClean and impressive lefty arm in Nate Savino. Austin Charles is a player who you will see a very wide range in opinions, as some feel he his future is that of a fastball-slider reliever, others think he can be a quality hitting 6’6” shortstop, while I like him best as a power bat, power arm right fielder.

151) Korby Dickerson, OF, Trinity HS (IN)

152) Troy Melton, RHP, San Diego State

153) Hayden Dunhurst, C, Ole Miss

154) Anthony Silva, SS, Clark HS (TX)

155) Jack Brannigan, 3B/RHP, Notre Dame

156) Brooks Brannon, C, Randleman HS (NC)

157) Drake Baldwin, C, Missouri State

158) Ryan Ritter, SS, Kentucky

159) Carter Young, SS, Vanderbilt

160) Jack O’Connor, RHP, Bishop O’Connell HS (VA)

161) Logan Wagner, SS, P27 Academy (SC)

162) Matt Wood, C, Penn State

163) Grayson Saunier, RHP, Collier HS (TN)

164) Orion Kerkering, RHP, USF

165) William Kempner, RHP, Gonzaga

166) Colby Holcombe, RHP, Northeast Mississippi JC

167) Ethan Petry, 3B/RHP, Cypress Creek HS (FL)

168) J.T. Quinn, RHP, Berkeley Prep (FL)

169) Noah Dean, LHP, Old Dominion

170) R.J. Austin, SS, Pace Academy (GA)

171) Andrew Taylor, RHP, Central Michigan

172) Alan Roden, 1B/OF, Creighton

173) Sean McLain, SS, Arizona State

174) Malachi Witherspoon, RHP, Fletcher HS (FL)

175) Eric Adler, RHP, Wake Forest

Jack Brannigan will likely have the best pro career of any player on the senior-heavy Notre Dame club that made their way to Omaha. He is a supremely athletic third baseman with a cannon of an arm, but also is a lights out reliever which it seems more scouts like him there in the future despite having more success as a position player in college. One of the best prep defensive shortstops is Anthony Silva, who is significantly more advanced in the field than at the plate. He is a TCU commit who would be a draft eligible sophomore in 2024, so he may be a tough sign, but if a team is sold the bat will come around he could prove to be a value pick for someone. (After writing this, Silva did announce he would attend TCU, so he won’t be drafted)

176) Hayden Murphy, RHP, Tiftarea Academy (GA)

177) Riley Cornelio, RHP, TCU

178) Ross Highfill, C, Madison Central HS (MS)

179) Justin Boyd, OF, Oregon State

180) Jace LaViolette, OF, Tompkins HS (TX)

181) Alex Freeland, 3B/SS, UCF

182) Michael Prosecky, LHP, Louisville

183) Jared Jones, C, Walton HS (GA)

184) Chris Newell, OF, Virginia

185) Kenya Huggins, RHP, Chipola JC

186) Mack Anglin, RHP, Clemson

187) Dakota Jordan, SS, Canton Academy (MS)

188) Gabe Rincones, OF, Florida Atlantic

189) A.J. Izzi, RHP, Oswego East HS (IL)

190) Max Rajcic, RHP, UCLA

191) Jeric Curtis, OF, Tomball Memorial (TX)

192) Michael Knorr, RHP, Coastal Carolina

193) Josh White, RHP, Cal

194) Tyler Bremner, RHP, Scripps Ranch (CA)

195) Chris Stanfield, OF, Chiles (FL)

196) Jalen Battles, SS, Arkansas

197) Trevor Martin, RHP, Oklahoma State

198) Tommy Specht, OF, Wahlert HS (IA)

199) Brock Willis, OF, Holy Springs HS (NC)

200) Sonny DiChiara, 1B, Auburn

A pair of former Colorado prep stars find themselves in this grouping in Riley Cornelio and Justin Boyd, while one of the best defensive shortstops in all of college baseball, Jalen Battles, is ranked 196. Sonny DiChiara might have been the most fun player to watch in college baseball this season, but the reporst are all over the place and the question is simply whether or not his game will be able to translate to pro ball. Ross Highfill is an interesting catching prospect who may struggle to hit but is a quality defender and as athletic a catcher as there is in the class. Once verbally committed to Southern Miss, he wound up signing with Mississippi State, so another potentially tough sign.

201) Austin Henry, RHP, Dell Rapids HS (SD)

202) D’Andre Smith, 2B, USC

203) Jack Lausch, OF, Brother Rice HS (IL)

204) Aiva Arquette, SS, Saint Louis HS (HI)

205) Seth Keller, RHP, Hanover HS (VA)

206) Chris McElvain, RHP, Vanderbilt

207) Adam Maier, RHP, Oregon

208) Victor Scott, OF, West Virginia

209) Drew Smith, 3B, Buchanan HS (CA)

210) Eli Serrano, OF, Pro5 Academy (NC)

211) Cade Fisher, LHP, Northwest Whitfield HS (GA)

212) Marek Houston, SS, Venice HS (FL)

213) Ben Brutti, RHP, South Kingstown HS (RI)

214) David Sandlin, RHP, Oklahoma

215) Chase Estep, 3B/2B, Kentucky

216) David Lally, RHP, Grand Blanc (MI)

217) Luke Heyman, C, Lake Brantley HS (FL)

218) Josh Hood, 3B, North Carolina State

219) Tyler Woessner, RHP, Central Arizona JC

220) Victor Mederos, RHP, Oklahoma State

221) David McCabe, 1B, Charlotte

222) Jayden Hylton, 1B, Palm Beach Gardens HS (FL)

223) Justin Lamkin, LHP, Calallen HS (TX)

224) Fisher Ingersoll, SS, American Fork HS (UT)

225) Doug Hodo III, OF, Texas

Aiva Arquette is looking to be one of the rare Hawaii high school position players to see success at the pro level, and he has all the potential to be that guy. A strong arm and smooth hands, he doesn’t have the greatest range but his 6’4” frame actually plays well at short but could easily hold down third if he needs to shift. He has a decent bat path and plus raw power he just hasn’t tapped into yet. Looking for a Covid created oddity, look no further than Tyler Woessner. This is a guy who is a fourth year JuCo arm who struck out nearly four to every player he walked has a quality fastball with a sharp, late-breaking slider. If the change and curve improve, he just may be able to stick as a starter too.

226) Quinn Mathews, LHP, Stanford

227) Dalton Rogers, LHP, Southern Miss

228) Andrew Compton, 1B, Georgia Tech

229) Colby Halter, 2B, Florida

230) Dom Johnson, OF, Kansas State

231) Chazz Martinez, LHP, Oklahoma

232) Andrew Jenkins, 3B, Georgia Tech

233) Nich Maldonado, RHP, Vanderbilt

234) Eric Snow, SS, Mary Persons HS (GA)

235) Mason Barnett, RHP, Auburn

236) Brendan Summerhill, OF, Whitney Young HS (IL)

237) Zach Crotchfelt, LHP, Jackson Memorial HS (NJ)

238) Brock Blatter, RHP, Billings Central Catholic HS (MT)

239) Eli Saul, RHP, Sacramento State

240) Beau Sylvester, C, Kamehameha School (HI)

241) Drew Faurot, SS, University School (FL)

242) Liam Simon, RHP, Notre Dame

243) Jack Crighton, SS, St. Mary’s HS (MI)

244) Cade Obermueller, LHP, City High (IA)

245) Nicolas Perez, SS, BYOU Academy (PR)

246) Brennan Phillips, LHP, Owasso HS (OK)

247) Nathan Martorella, 1B, Cal

248) Christian Oppor, LHP, Columbus HS (WI)

249) Carter Garate, SS, Murieta Mesa HS (CA)

250) Mason Fluharty, RHP, Liberty

Inconsistent college lefties stand out in this grouping in Quinn Matthews and Chazz Martinez. Both have long actions and walked more than you want to see, but they have plenty of stuff and have seen time as both relievers and starters. Eric Snow is a HS shortstop that can stick at the position thanks to his plus speed and range. He has a compact and quiet swing that allows him to make plenty of contact whose below average current power could increase to at least average before too long.

251) Chase Hoover, RHP, San Marcos (CA)

252) Nate Peterson, LHP, Illinois–Chicago

253) Chance Huff, RHP, Georgia Tech

254) Tyrese Turner, 2B, USC

255) Devereaux Harrison, RHP, Long Beach State

256) Hunter Patteson, LHP, UCF

257) Estevan Moreno, 3B, Montini Catholic (IL)

258) Nate Furman, 2B/OF, Charlotte

259) Brett Roberts, SS, Florida State

260) TJ McCants, OF, Ole Miss

261) Zach Showalter, RHP, Wesley Chapel (FL)

262) Cory Lewis, RHP, UC Santa Barbara

263) Max Belyeu, OF, Aledo (TX)

264) Kody Huff, C, Stanford

265) Yoel Tejeda Jr., 1B, North Broward Prep (FL)

266) Chase Meidroth, 2B, San Diego

267) Gage Harrelson, OF, Houston County HS (GA)

268) Andrew Kachel, 2B, Fresno State

269) Kyle McCoy, LHP, Hunterdon Central (NJ)

270) Blake Cyr, 2B, Windermere (FL)

271) Adrian Rodriguez, SS, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (PR)

272) Nolan Schubart, OF, St. Mary’s Prep (MI)

273) Peyton Williams, 1B, Iowa

274) Trace Bright, RHP, Auburn

275) Nathan Church, OF, UC Irvine

Schowalter is a Florida prep arm that can sit up to 90 with a ton of arm-side run that makes it one of the better single pitches in the draft. His secondary stuff is very raw, but could be a guy who is a true steal in the draft. TJ McCants is an elite defensive outfielder who was used as a platoon bat in college, although his biggest hit may have been the first in the back-to-back-to-back-to-back home runs in game one of the CWS Final.

276) Pres Cavenaugh, OF, UNC Greensboro

277) Guy Lipscomb, OF, Belmont

278) Jake Pfennigs, RHP, Oregon State

279) Alex Iadisernia, OF, Elon

280) Jurrnagelo Cijntje, BHP, Chapagnat Catholic (FL)

281) Oliver Santos, LHP, Orange Lutheran HS (CA)

282) Chris Stuart, LHP, San Jacinto JC

283) Gregory Pace Jr., OF, Edison Academy (MI)

284) Jake Clemente, RHP, Stoneman Douglas HS (FL)

285) Alex Stanwich, OF, Lincolnway East (IL)

286) Jackson Lovich, SS, Blue Valley SW (KS)

287) Brenner Cox, OF, Prosper Rock Hill (TX)

288) Patrick Pridgen, RHP, Florida International

289) Ethan Long, 1B, Arizona State

290) Jake Brooks, RHP, UCLA

291) Ty Floyd, RHP, LSU

292) Will Frisch, RHP, Oregon State

293) Derek Diamond, RHP, Ole Miss

294) Isaiah Jackson, OF, Cienega (AZ)

295) Miguel Fulgencio, LHP, Cowley JC

296) Brady Slavens, 1B, Arkansas

297) Dallas Macias, SS, Regis Jesuit (CO)

298) Aiden Moffet, RHP, Taylorsville HS (MS)

299) Tyler Schweitzer, LHP, Ball State

300) Riley Stanford, RHP/OF, Buford HS (GA)

Remember the name Jurnnangelo Cijntje. He has a big fastball up to 96 from the right side, but can switch the glove and hit 90 as a lefty arm despite being just 5’10” and maybe 170 lbs. He is the first legit switch-pitcher since Pat Venditte let us all know it was possible. There may not be a single player I saw more and spoke to more scouts regarding than Regis Jesuit infielder Dallas Macias. I know a couple teams who are extremely high on him, and others that are not. He is an impressive athlete but the tools are incredibly raw and I have some doubts about his ability to stick at short, although he could shine at second. Pres Cavenaugh could be a sneaky selection for a team as he is a three-year contributor with UNC Greensboro who had success on the Cape. He has seen time in left and right, but left field is probably his best fit.

301) Blake Burhalter, RHP, Auburn

302) BT Riopelle, C, Florida

303) Gage Stanifer, RHP, Westfield HS (IN)

304) Luke Hill, SS, Episcopal HS (LA)

305) Ben Metzinger, 3B, Louisville

306) Michael Gupton, OF, Rolesville (NC)

307) Jim Jarvis, SS, Alabama

308) Grayson Moore, RHP, Vanderbilt

309) Javier Santos Tejada, RHP, Georgia Premier Academy (GA)

310) Sam Highfill, RHP, NC State

311) Alex Rao, RHP, Notre Dame

312) Roman Bracamonte, RHP, Nogales (AZ)

313) Brad Cumbest, OF, Mississippi State

314) Aiden May, RHP, Pima CC

315) Andrew Healy, LHP, William Penn Charter (PA)

316) Michael Curialle, SS, UCLA

317) Donovan Zsak, LHP, St. Joseph HS (NJ)

318) Collin McKinney, RHP, Clear Creak (TX)

319) Brooks Baldwin, 2B, UNC Wilmington

320) Mac Horvath, 3B, North Carolina

321) Jack Bulger, C, Vanderbilt

322) Andrew Morris, RHP, Texas Tech

323) Emaarion Boyd, OF, South Panola (MI)

324) Omari Daniel, SS, The Walker School (GA)

325) Noah Samol, LHP, William Mason (OH)

Andrew Morris signed with Division Two powerhouse Colorado Mesa after graduating high school as a 16-year-old. He was the RMAC Freshman of the Year as a 17-year-old, then won the RMAC Pitcher of the year in 2021. He then transferred to Texas Tech and quickly became their Friday night starter and will still just be 20 years old on draft day despite being on college campus for four years. Like speed? Then keep an eye on Emaarion Boyd who may be the fastest player in the draft with a number of scouts dropping an 80 grade on his speed. He also shows good instincts in the outfield that, combined with that speed, makes him an elite defender. There are plenty of questions about his hitting ability, but a team that thinks they can get him to hit won’t hesitate at all to take him.

326) Justin Wishkoski, 3B, Sam Houston State

327) Zach Agnos, 2B/RHP, East Carolina

328) Elgin Bennett, OF, Woodward Academy HS (GA)

329) Matt Keating, RHP, USC

330) Steven Zobac, RHP/OF,Cal

331) Zach Morgan, C, Fresno State

332) Connor Noland, RHP, Arkansas

333) Jared Beck, LHP, Saint Leo University

334) Braylen Wimmer, 3B, South Carolina

335) Brody Jessee, RHP, Gonzaga

336) Eric Reyzelman, RHP, LSU

337) Nick Vogt, OF, UC Santa Barbara

338) Spencer Giesting, LHP, Charlotte

339) Sebastian Murillo, SS, Long Beach State

340) Shane Lewis, OF, Chipola JC

341) Tanner O’Tremba, OF/1B, Arizona

342) Paul Gervase, RHP, LSU

343) Parker Coil, LHP, Edmund Memorial (OK)

344) Jakob Marsee, OF, Central Michigan

345) Joseph Dzierwa, LHP, Otsego (OH)

346) Ryan Vanderhei, RHP, Kansas

347) Dominic Hellman, SS, Henry M. Jackson (WA)

348) Dylan Phillips, OF/LHP, Kansas State

349) Zane Denton, 3B, Alabama

350) Aaron Nixon, RHP, Texas

Who is the largest player in the draft? That would be D-II standout Jared Beck, a left-handed pitcher standing an even seven foot tall! Is he any good? Well, he did strike out 105 batters in just 68.1 innings this season. If you are looking for the more traditional college players, Tanner O’Tremba was very productive at Arizona, and Aaron Nixon was a pitching Swiss Army Knife for Texas. Parker Coil is a prep arm who has been on the showcase circuit for a number of years and may find himself underrated due to the fact he has just been seen so much. He has a quality fastball and a really good slurvy breaker that is one of the rare times slurvy is used as a compliment.

351) Jared Southard, RHP, Texas

352) Ryan Ramsey, LHP, Maryland

353) Jack Perkins, LHP, Indiana

354) Pierce George, RHP, Lake Travis HS (TX)

355) Thomas Gavello, 2B, Pacific

356) AJ Blubaugh, RHP, Milwaukee

357) Sebastian Keane, RHP, Northeastern

358) Austin Krob, LHP, TCU

359) Joe Allen, RHP, Winnacunnet (NH)

360) Caleb Rickets, C, San Diego

361) Griffin Stieg, RHP/3B, McLean (VA)

362) Cole Kirschsieper, LHP, Illinois

363) Jackson Smeltz, LHP, Purdue

364) Dylan DeLucia, RHP, Ole Miss

365) Brett Barrera, 2B, Stanford

366) Chris Villaman, LHP, NC State

367) Will Simpson, 1B, Washington

368) Mac Bingham, OF, Arizona

369) Trenton Shaw, LHP, DeSoto (TX)

370) Gavin Jones, RHP, North Royalton (OH)

371) Roman Phansalkar, RHP, Oklahoma State

372) Ben Jacobs, LHP, Huntington Beach (CA)

373) Chris Maldonado, SS, Seton Hall Prep (NJ)

374) Jared Polan, RHP, Louisville

375) Brayden Jobert, 1B/OF, LSU

Ben Jacobs is a quality lefty arm that can throw into the mid-90s, but he has no offering better than average, although he doesn’t really have a bad offering either. He commands all three of his pitches and attacks the zone. If he makes it to UCLA, he will almost certainly be a much more expensive signing in three years, so he is a potential bargain currently. There may not be a single player who raised his draft stock in Omaha more than Dylan Delucia. Delucia established himself as an Ole Miss legend based on what he did for the club in Omaha, and he went from a day three selection to a day two option based purely off his final two starts of his career.

376) Max Romero Jr., C, Miami

377) Kaden Martin, OF, Buford HS (GA)

378) Dom Pilolli, OF, NC State

379) Josh Rivera, SS, Florida

380) Tre Richardson, 2B, Baylor

381) Cam Schlitter, RHP, Northeastern

382) Colby Shade, OF, Oregon

383) Matthew Wyatt, RHP, Virginia

384) Anthony Calarco, 1B, Northwestern

385) Jason Torres, 3B, Miami Springs (FL)

386) Devan Kodali, OF, Poly Prep Country Day (NY)

387) Nolan DeVos, RHP, Davidson

388) Brennan Milone, 3B, Oregon

389) Troy Taylor, RHP, UC Irvine

390) Andrew Mosiello, RHP, Oregon

391) Justin Hackett, RHP, Winterset (IA)

392) Dawson Netz, RHP, Arizona

393) Josh Day, SS, Missouri

394) Adrian Siravo, RHP, Weatherford JC

395) Elijah Buries, OF, Grand Canyon

396) Dylan Rock, OF, Texas A&M

397) Braeden Sloan, LHP, Woodcreek HS (CA)

398) Travis Sanders, SS, Copperas Cove HS (TX)

399) Jared Thomas, OF/1B, Waxahachie HS (TX)

400) Jonah Tong, RHP, Georgia Premier Academy (GA)

Cam Schlitter and Sebastian Keane are two viable draft options for Northeastern, but their best player is a 2024 draft eligible player in Michael Sirota. While Keans fell in the grouping just before this, Schlitter is an intriguing arm at the end of my top 400. He is a tall and fall righty with plenty of head whip and an arm that lags behind his body. That said, he gets an incredible groundball rate and everything moves a bunch.

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