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Konnor Griffin
Ht/Wt: 6' 4"/210 lbs
Position: SS
Team: Jackson Prep

Konnor Griffin - Prospect Profile

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - March 18th: "Hes looking like the clear favorite to be the first high school bat off the board by a decent margin. He offers considerable upside thanks to some of the best athleticism and raw tools in the class."

Joe Doyle - Future Star Series - March 18th: "Considering the size and physicality of Konnor Griffin, its incredible to think hell barely be 18 years old on draft day. Griffin reclassified out of the 2025 draft class after overmatching his peers."

MLB.com - March 8th: "Griffin has a big league frame at 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds and he possesses five-tool potential. His size does add some length to his right-handed stroke and he has some timing issues he's ironing out at the plate, but he controls the strike zone well and makes regular contact."

Keith Law - The Athletic - March 7th: "Hes a big-bodied athlete whos a plus runner with plus raw power and has a plus arm to handle any position in the outfield. His swing gets long thanks to a first move back further behind his body, although once he gets the bat going its a traditional swing that should produce a lot of line drives."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - February 23rd: "Griffin is a toolsy standout who has been well-known for years with legit 30-30 upside, but I'm still skeptical of his in-game hit ability so I'm a bit on the low side here. I think the draft day decision for teams will be if they want to bet on his Jo Adell-like upside at the plate -- though Griffin may also be a first-day-pick caliber pitching prospect and some scouts think he's a good defensive shortstop while some think he should move to center field."

Aram Leighton - Just Baseball - February 15th: "Griffin will turn 18 years old a couple months before draft day, making him one of the younger players in the class. His upside is immense, offering five tool potential in the outfield and at shortstop while also looking like a legitimate pitching prospect who can run it up to the upper 90s with a good slider."

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