The sexy names you may be looking for are in the final three slides, but here are a few more guys the front office could like.
We start with pitching, as the M's could sure use a couple horses behind Felix Hernandez.
Sonny Gray, Vanderbilt
6'0" 196. Gray, a right hander, reaches the mid 90s with his fastball. He was a high school quarterback with good athleticism and has even shown power potential at the plate. He does figure to be a high to middle first round selection as pitcher, though. He started 16 games, winning 10 and sporting a 3.48 ERA. He issued 48 walks while striking out 113.
Taylor Jungmann, Texas
6'6" 195. A big righty, Jungmann's fastball currently sits in the low to mid 90's, and is countered with a plus changeup and potentially plus-plus slider. He's going to need some mechanics work, but he has tons of raw potential. He started 17 games, winning 8. His sophomore ERA was a shiny 2.02, while pitching 120 innings. He struck out 129 and only walked 41.
Danny Hultzen, Virginia
6'2" 195. Hultzen is the crafty lefty of the group. His fastball is only in the upper 80's, but he's shown great control and pitch selection. He uses a curve, changeup and split finger. In his sophomore campaign, he started 16 games, winning 11. His ERA sat at 2.78 in 106 innings. He struck out 123 and only walked 24. If he ended up in a Mariners uniform, Safeco Field would be very nice to him as it is to similar soft tossing lefties.
6'2" 170. A lefty, Norris is the lone high school pitcher in the group. His fastball sits in the low 90's already and has sinking action. His changeup and slider are ranked decent, while his curve seems to not be as effective. He does show good control. He had signed with Clemson, but some think he is sign-able as a middle first round selection.