Profile: HS Arms on the 2021 Draft Board

Brandon Hall
Mid-Atlantic Executive Director

The calendar turns to February and that means the talk, and anticipation, of the upcoming MLB Draft will begin to ramp up.  This weekend some of the best talent from across the nation will be at the premier pre-spring Draft Event in the country, the Super 60.  The Super 60 follows a week where the initial 2021 Draft Board was release by PBR.

The 2021 Draft Board features the top 200 players eligible for the 2021 Draft.  With PBR’s un-rivaled coverage of the high school and junior college level, paired with our sister network D1Baseball, and our tag team coverage of college baseball, the 2021 PBR Draft Board is the most comprehensive and researched draft list entering the spring season.

There will be changes and adjustments as we enter the spring.  Players will move up and down while players on the outside of the initial list will gain some helium as we get closer to June.  PBR’s unique “boots on the ground” coverage of the country’s top amateur prospects allows us to continue to update the listing with a first hand knowledge of players, and their potential future qualities.

Across the Mid-Atlantic Region, PBR has assembled a staff that includes over 50 years of scouting and college coaching experience.  State and Area Directors are working tirelessly to know their territory, see the players in their area, and continue to update college coaches and pro scouts with video, statistical information, and advanced analytics.  With the 2021 PBR Draft Board release, we will be diving into some of the Mid-Atlantic players on the list, allowing you to get a feel for what put these players in position to control their futures with another solid spring.


Information on the 2021 PBR Draft Board


Mid-Atlantic HS Arms on the Board

Three high school arms from the Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina are on the top 200 list.  Two are committed to Wake Forest, where the Demon Deacons continue to flex some muscle as they have made a concerted effort with facility upgrades to attract players with development and analytic tools.  The other pitcher is a Florida commit, where the Gators continue to stockpile power arms that should be in a position to contribute early, provided they make it to campus.

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