With MLB's 2014 first-year player draft just over 24 hours away, now is as good a time as any to take a final lap around the web and take a look at how those in the know see things playing out.
As we did two weeks ago in our initial version of this mock draft clearinghouse, we'll compare the mock drafts that some of the best in the business have compiled and see if we can come to a consensus on who is going to wind up where.
Our panel, which was previously five deep, has been trimmed to four: Baseball America's John Manuel and ESPN's Keith Law are the holdovers, joined by newcomers Jim Callis of MLB.com and B/R's Adam Wells.
Just like before, I'll cast the deciding vote in the event of a tie.
Was there a change at the top of the draft? How many newcomers knocked their counterparts out of the first round? Is there a chance that we'll see any of these players in the big leagues before the 2014 season comes to an end?
The answers to all those questions and more can be yours, if you'll just click on the orange button below (or the orange arrows above).
*Only 26 teams have first-round picks. The Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and Texas Rangers all forfeited their first-round selections by signing free agents with draft-pick compensation attached to them over the winter.
*Additionally, the Toronto Blue Jays have two first-round picks, the second coming due to the team's inability to sign last year's first-round selection, Phil Bickford.
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