Bleacher Report: Monte Harrison, OF, Lee's Summit West (HS)
In his most recent mock draft, Featured Columnist Adam Wells has the Indians selecting Harrison with their first pick in the first round. The Missouri high school standout displays outstanding athleticism, which earned him a scholarship to play football at the University of Nebraska starting in the 2014 season.
Whether he can be signed away from his commitment to Nebraska remains to be seen, but it could be worth the gamble if he's on the board when the team makes their first-round selection.
MLB.com: Erick Fedde, RHP, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Jim Callis has the Indians selecting the UNLV right-hander in his latest mock draft.
The pick seems like a curious one for the Indians to make, as they're not known to be risk-takers in the early rounds. Fedde presents a rather significant risk to any team looking to add to their starting pitching depth, as the young righty underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery earlier this season.
Prior to the surgery, Fedde was in the middle of a breakout campaign with UNLV. However, there are some concerns as to how well he'll rebound from his surgery. If the organization is feeling ambitious this season, they may choose to take the risk and go more conservative when they use their compensatory pick (No. 31 overall).
Baseball America: Brandon Finnegan, LHP, Texas Christian University
Another college arm, Finnegan is projected to go to Cleveland in John Manuel's Mock Draft 4.0.
Finnegan is slight in terms of his frame—5'11", 190 pounds—but the young lefty possesses a plus fastball, an above-average sweeping curve and a changeup that he has the ability to fade away from right-handed hitters.
If he's able to stick in the rotation—Bleacher Report's Mike Rosenbaum has some doubts (displayed in the video above)—then Finnegan can be a top-of-the-rotation talent. If not, he could still be a top-tier closer with nearly triple-digit velocity and the potential for a plus curve.
CBS Sports: Casey Gillaspie, 1B, Wichita State University
Gillaspie is the type of player the Cleveland Indians would normally spring for: a college-tested bat with little need for projection.
If they revert to their pre-2011 draft strategy, then CBS Sports' Jon Heyman probably nailed their pick in his recent mock.
This 21-year-old switch-hitter possesses a ton of raw power from both sides of the plate and would provide the Indians' farm system with a much-needed boost. The system is top-heavy and loaded with middle infielders, so a power-hitting corner infielder would be a welcome addition.