Even though we are still sifting through all the names taken in the 2014 Major League Baseball draft over the weekend, it's never too early to start looking ahead to next year's class.
Of course, without trying to be too on the nose, these lists are very fluid and will change countless times in the next 12 months. Think of this as a group of names to watch closely more than anything else.
It will be listed in the form of a mock draft with teams listed based on their records through June 8 (by winning percentage). The summer showcase circuit for the top prep players and Cape Cod League for college players will drastically alter everything we think, so please take this as a snapshot of the talent as it is now.
This list also doesn't factor in any players who were eligible for the 2014 draft who may not sign with their teams and may be available for next year.
Since I'm sure there will be questions and comments about him, Florida State's Jameis Winston isn't a first-round talent for me. His best MLB role would be as a relief pitcher with an above-average fastball and below-average command. There's also little chance he actually plays baseball professionally considering how high his stock will be for the NFL.
With the caveats and explanations out of the way, let's dive into where the 2015 draft stands on June 9, 2014.