The New York Mets owned the 11th overall selection in the first round of this week's 2013 Major League Baseball Draft, which concludes later today. Will he turn out to be a stud or a dud?
Since the draft commenced in 1965, the Mets have had their share of good and bad draft selections over the years. Studs included Dwight Gooden (1982), Darryl Strawberry (1980) and Matt Harvey (2010).
Duds were led by Steve Chilcott (1966), Paul Wilson (1994) and Philip Humber (2004), among others. Baseball is far from an exact science, as we all know.
With that being said, let's take a look at some bold predictions for this year's first four draft picks, starting with New York's first-round selection.