Top 10 MLB Prospects In The World

10. Gavin Cro

Gavin Cross

Gavin Cross was the USCNT's best hitter in intrasquad play. 6'3", 210-pound Virginia Tech outfielder.  Cross was influential in 2021. First-team All-ACC and All-ACC Freshman. He was the program's first freshman to make All-ACC. The young outfielder has good hitting and power. His average tools are offset by a plus arm.

09. Kevin Parada

Kevin Parada

Kevin Parada was the country's No. 4 catcher before joining Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech's 6-foot, 192-pound catcher was a pre-draft hot topic. Parada is a solid athlete with sound fundamentals. He throws quickly, accurately, and outs runners.

08. Daniel Susac

Daniel Susac

Daniel Susac is a 6-foot-3, 215-pound Arizona switch-hitter. Muscular and athletic, he has raw arm power. Susac hit 12 homers as a freshman in 2021 and is surprisingly quick. He's the brother of big-league catcher and P.G. All-American Andrew Susac.

07. Chase DeLauter

Chase DeLauter

James Madison outfielder Chase DeLauter. Left-handed, 6-foot-4, 230-pound pitcher for the Dukes. Large and strong, DeLauter has bat speed and strength. DeLauter was under the radar for a while, but he caught scouts' attention in the Cape Cod Baseball League.

06. Brock Jones

Brock Jone

6-foot-205-pound Brock Jones is next. Jones played football in college. He quit football for baseball.  Brock Jones is a strong outfielder who benefited from playing baseball. He's a fast, powerful lefty. 2021 game: 18 homers, 14 steals. Jones has a frail arm but compact left-handed swings. 

05. Reggie Crawford

Reggie Crawford

Left-handed American collegiate baseball player Reggie Crawford is a 6-foot-4, 235-pound athlete. Crawford is one of the players who has demonstrated strong power and quick ball handling abilities. This summer of 2021, Crawford participated in the Cape League, the Connecticut, and Team USA.

04. Elijah Green

Elijah Green

Elijah Green combines speed and strength. He's 6-foot-3, 225 pounds, and physically advanced. Green has tremendous power and great angles and timing. Right-handed hitter with great arm strength and accurate throws. Green is a strong batter and a speedy runner. He can base-hop accurately. Elijah Green has it all, and scouts are watching him closely.

03. Jacob Berry

Jacob Berry

Louisianna State's Jacob Berry is next. Berry was a freshman at Arizona when head coach Jay Johnson left for LSU. Berry is considered one of the finest 2022 hitters. 6-foot-2, 212-pound switch-hitter who can hit from both sides.

02. Jace Jung

Jace Jung

Josh Jung's brother Jace was a first-round MLB draft pick in 2019. 6-foot, 205-pound Jace is a left-handed power hitter like his brother. Jung hit 4 homers in 16 starts for Texas Tech in 2020 and 21 the following year. He's a muscular middle infielder. His arms, quickness, and defense are mediocre.

01. Brooks Lee

Brooks Lee

Brooks Lee, 21, is a Cal Poly Mustangs shortstop. He's a top 2019 MLB Draft prospect. Brooks, the top 2019 prospect, decided to play collegiate baseball at Cal Poly in the last hour. Lee declined to play for his father, the school's coach.