Arizona Diamondbacks 2017 MLB Draft
The 2017 draftee is breaking out with increased playing time
The #7 pick will get the full slot value, a little north of $5 million.
The Diamondbacks selected Varsho with the 68th pick in the draft.
What are the Diamondbacks getting out of their 2nd round pick?
The Diamondbacks added a lot of bats to the organization, although a couple of them might be positionally challenged.
The Diamondbacks liked Pavin Smith’s bat.
Following up on the previous scouting reports of three strong candidates for the seventh pick in the draft.
Lewis isn’t likely to fall to the Diamondbacks’ pick, but you never know.
With the way I expect the draft to go, I also expect the North Davidson High School outfielder to be the top prep player on the board at 7.
One of the smaller school power houses the last few seasons has a very intriguing draft prospect at the hot corner.
A fast-riser in the draft, the Diamondbacks could be looking at him as another under-slot option at 7.
J.B. Bukauskas isn’t the only North Carolina player that should be on the Diamondbacks’ radar.
Smith is one of the most polished bats in a draft that lacks many.
If it comes down to a worst-case scenario, where the top HS players and JB Bukauskas go in the top 6 picks, the Diamondbacks might elect to go with a college bat over a high school one.
The North Carolina ace could be the Diamondbacks ace in the not too distant future.