The first round of the 2012 MLB Draft is this Monday, June 4. It should be an interesting one, as there is no consensus No. 1 overall pick like there has been in years past.
Three players have a legitimate shot at going first overall—Florida catcher Mike Zunino, Stanford right-hander Mark Appel and Georgia high school outfielder Byron Buxton.
Beyond those three, the draft as deep as any in recent years on high-ceiling high school arms. It's incredibly thin on college bats and left-handed pitching.
Predicting who falls where is a tricky business. Here a breakdown of who I feel are the top 20 prospects of the 2012 MLB draft class.