2016 Astros MLB Draft
Pair his improved hit tool with his strong defense from behind the dish, and you get a really intriguing draft prospect.
A successful college hitter that can do a lot things well but doesn't have a true calling card tool.
A very talented HS pitcher with a very high ceiling but has a significant injury which could allow for an interesting underslot deal.
One of the hardest throwing pitchers in the draft with a wide set of opinions that all rely on if he can start.
College arm with a potential for at least four average pitches makes him a versatile pitcher with some upside.
Arguably the best two-way player in the draft this year, Josh Lowe brings tons of potential to the mound and the batter's box.
One of the highest floors you'll find in a left-handed pitcher in the 2016 MLB Draft
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