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ESPN MLB infiltrator Keith Law launched his Mock Draft 3.0 on Thursday, and right-hander Auburn Casey Mize remained his projected team for the Detroit Tigers at No. 1 overall in the MLB's first-year draft.  Law wrote: "Although Al Avila and Co. have been seen all over the country – like Joey Bart, Jarred Kelenic, Nick Madrigal and I took over the interior of many airport terminals – the industrial consensus seems to be that Mize, The best player of the clbad will be No. 1 on Monday.
Mize is absolutely the No. 1 consensus election, as B / R Joel Reuter, Jonathan Mayo of MLB. com, Andrew Lawrence from Sporting News to The Athletic Staff was with him as the top pick.
Reuter called Mize a "polished" pitcher with "frontline potential who could reach the Great Leagues in a short time, "adding that he has" three positive pitches and one supreme command with a strikeout ratio of 308 to 37 "in 254 innings in Auburn."
"Mize can execute his line in the top 90s and complements it well with an advanced divider. ne a large size in 6 feet 3 and weighing 220 pounds. He looks like the future starter in the Major Leagues. What scouts like: rarely batters, since they have only conceded eight free pbades this season in 89 innings, striking out at 124. "
As Law noted, the team could also consider Georgia Tech receiver Bart, Wisconsin middle school outfielder Kelenic or Oregon State second baseman Madrigal. Bart offers a two-way potential and is one of the best receiving prospects to reach the draft in the past
Kelenic projects to be an excellent hitter with solid power, although there are doubts about whether he can stay in center field, which could cause him to slide down.
Madrigal has been compared to the second baseman Boston Red Sox Dustin Pedroia and many hope to be the first player on the list on Monday.