While the overall depth in the 2013 Major League Baseball draft is lacking, the one area of strength is pitching.
In particular, the right-handed pitching in this class appears to be very strong. There are some high-quality southpaws with tremendous upside available, but you will find a ton of righties who go early and often.
Obviously, everything starts with Stanford's Mark Appel and Oklahoma's Jonathan Gray. The former started the year as the consensus top player available in the draft, but Gray has arguably been the most impressive performer from both a statistical and stuff standpoint.
With draft day rapidly approaching, it is time to breakdown the best of the best arms that this class has to offer. Here are the top 10 pitchers available in the 2013 MLB draft.