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Hunter Renfroe, OF, San Diego Padres
As one of the top prospects remaining in the College World Series, Hunter Renfroe will certainly be a player to watch.
The outfielder was one of the best power hitters in the SEC this season, totaling 15 home runs and 61 RBI. While guys like Kris Bryant were able to rack up stats against weaker opponents, Renfroe got it done against some of the best pitchers in the nation.
Additionally, he is solid in the outfield with a great arm that prevents runners from advancing on him.
San Diego decided to take Renfroe with the No. 13 pick in the draft, and he should be one of the first players in the class to reach the major leagues.
Adam Frazier, SS, Pittsburgh Pirates
While Adam Frazier might not have the power of his teammate, the shortstop is just as good of a contact hitter.
He finished the regular season with a batting average of .359 and was fourth in the nation in total hits with 102. He also plays good defense at a premium position on the field.
Mississippi State would not be where it is without Frazier, and his leadership will help him at the next level as well.
Kendall Graveman, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays
It is clear that Kendall Graveman is not Mississippi State's most consistent pitcher, but he might have been the team's most important this season. His ability to keep taking the ball in big moments was invaluable.
The senior is the type of player that gets by more on intelligence than talent. He does not have the best fastball, but he has great command of it and complements it well with his other pitches.
Toronto is taking the chance that he will continue to succeed against better hitters, and the organization should be rewarded with a good pitcher.