Amateur players the Tigers drafted this year, along with some scouting info picked up from various outlets on said talents.
403 prospect in this year’s draft class, and others have already labeled this pick a reach.
However, they are also quick to draft a catcher in the higher rounds every year.
McMillan was MLB.com’s 109th prospect in this year’s draft, and the Tigers were able to land him with the 155th overall pick.
He is committed to the University of Florida, but as the Tigers’ only high school pick in the top 13 rounds, will be a top priority for them to sign.
he has seen nearly double the at-bats this season, and has had more hits this season (55) than the previous two seasons combined (38).
Theodore was a legitimate power threat in the Texas State lineup this year, hitting 16 home runs in 249 at-bats.
Another prep familiar to scouts for his amateur circuit exploits, Karstetter is a good gloveman at third base and has a chance to hit for both power and average.
Burdeaux burdeveloped some power during his college days, hitting 23 home runs in his final two seasons at Southern Miss.
Left handed hitter, open to closed approach, big shift onto front side, low hand start, lots going on, strong to the ball, tends to cut off out front, quick hands and has good bat speed, hitting tools and power to develop with adjustments.