Ranking the 10 Fastest-Rising 2013 MLB Draft Prospects

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Ranking the 10 Fastest-Rising 2013 MLB Draft Prospects
Oklahoma's Jonathan Gray has gone from a Top-15 pick to possibly the No. 1 overall talent in the 2013 MLB Draft. Courtesy of OklaSonnersBlog.com

The 2013 MLB draft class, from top to bottom, is a mixed bag. It looks a lot like last year's class--heavy on college pitching and light in every other area. 

But as we know, the evaluation process for talent is constantly evolving. A player can go from just another face in the crowd to potential top-10 pick in the blink of an eye. Case in point: Indiana State's Sean Manaea lit up the Cape last year, but has fallen back to earth a little bit this season. 

As we enter the second full month of games in the college baseball season, and high school teams all across the country finally start playing games now that the weather is getting better, teams are deep in the process of lining up their draft boards. 

Here is a look at the 10 players who have helped their stock the most this spring, both in college and high school. 

Note: College stats courtesy of NCAA.com unless otherwise noted. High school stats courtesy of MaxPreps.com unless otherwise noted. 

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