Mark Appel, Jonathan Gray, Austin Meadows and Clint Frazier are the names to know for the 2013 Major League Baseball draft on June 6. If you follow the process closely, you have at least heard of those players.
But what about those players who won't be top-five picks?
There is a clear divide between the top talent in this draft and everyone else.
In fact, one could argue that after the top two pitchers (Appel and Gray), this is one of the most uncertain classes to come along in years.
That does make for several interesting names to keep in mind, even later in the first round or into the second. Sleepers can make or break a draft.
Sure, there are times we can look and see Mike Trout or Bryce Harper in the first round and assume it was a great draft, but you need to have depth to make a group elite.
Here are the prospects in the 2013 draft flying under the radar with a bright future ahead of them in professional baseball.
Note: All college players stats courtesy of NCAA.com unless otherwise noted. All high school stats courtesy of MaxPreps.com.