With the College World Series a month away, MLB fans can begin to speculate as to who their favorite teams will draft as players start to pull away from the pack and establish themselves as first-round talents.
This year's class is fronted by UCLA pitcher Gerrit Cole, who turned down a contract with the Yankees when he was taken in the first round by them in 2008, and he looks to have made the right choice, as he is in for a big payday.
Beyond him, the draft is incredibly deep with talented college pitchers, as well as high school pitchers. Position players on the other hand, will be at a premium and teams could reach to fill needs within their organization.
So here is my first mock draft of the season, a look at who I feel will be the 33 first-round picks in the June draft.