1. Dazmon Cameron, CF, Eagle’s Landing Christian HS (Ga.)
The son of former MLB veteran Mike Cameron, Dazmon is a top-flight athlete with the necessary plus speed, outstanding range and unteachable instincts to enjoy a long career in center field. At the plate, the right-handed hitter's quick-twitch strength translates to plus bat speed and hints at his potential to develop usable power. This spring, he batted .323/.477/.569 with four doubles, four home runs, 21 RBI and nine steals in 22 games.
2. Kyle Tucker, CF, Plant HS (Fla.)
A 6'4" left-handed batter, Tucker has quickly emerged as one of the more projectable hitters in the class, thanks to his present utility of plus power as well as his advanced pitch recognition and overall mature approach. Beyond his offensive potential, he is also a strong and instinctual defender in the outfield, with a legitimate chance to stick in center field at the next level. He batted .415/.536/.902 with seven doubles, nine home runs, 35 RBI and six stolen bases in 29 games this spring.
3. D.J. Stewart, OF, Florida State
Arguably the best pure hitter in the class, the 6'0", 230-pound Stewart has a real chance to be a plus hitter as a professional, as the left-handed batter has a ridiculously advanced approach to go along with above-average power and an innate feel for hitting. He's likely to handle left field at the next level and should offer more than enough production to hold down a corner position in the long term. In his two years at Florida State, he owns a career .358/.470/.558 batting line to go along with 44 doubles, 12 home runs, 109 RBI and more walks (78) than strikeouts (70).
4. Kyle Dean, OF, Poway HS (Calif.)
Another prep outfielder whose stock is on the rise, Dean's bat speed and present strength at 6'2", 200 pounds give him a projection for plus power at maturity, while his advanced approach and plate discipline should also give his bat value. While he has the speed and range to profile in center field for the time being, he is expected to lose a step as he adds strength. He'll likely end up in right field, where his arm strength projects as a clean fit. This spring, he batted .355/.441/.581 with eight doubles, five home runs, 25 RBI and 13 stolen bases in 32 games.
5. Ryan Johnson, OF, College Station HS (Texas)
At 6'3", 200 pounds, Johnson is a highly projectable left-handed batter with an effortless, fluid swing and enormous power potential, as evidenced by his .494/.580/.865 batting line, five doubles, five triples and six home runs this spring through 30 games. The TCU commit isn't nearly as advanced on the other side of the ball, as his reads and routes in the outfield are both raw, but he has the arm strength to eventually settle in at either corner position.