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2015 MLB Mock Draft

Here is our mock draft for 2015.

Five teams have forfeited their first round pick for signing a top free agent. The Astros will get the second overall pick for not signing their first overall pick from last year, Brady Aiken .

We have not taken into consideration draft tendencies, team needs etc.

We've added videos for almost every player in our multiple round mock. New profiles for Rodgers, Tate, Swanson and Bergman, with more on the way.

Mocks - Round 1 | Compensatory A | Competative Balance A

2015 mock draft updated May. 4th.





Draft#:1
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/195 lbs
Position: SS
School: Lake Mary HS (FLA)

Draft#:2 *
Ht/Wt:6' 2'/185 lbs
Position: RHP
School: UC Santa Barbara

Draft#:3
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/190 lbs
Position: 2B/SS
School: Vanderbilt

Draft#:4
Ht/Wt:6' 2"/215 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Louisville

Draft#:5
Ht/Wt:6' 1"/190 lbs
Position: OF
School: Eagle Landing HS (GA)

Draft#:6
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/190 lbs
Position: SS
School: LSU

Draft#:7
Ht/Wt:6' 3"/210 lbs
Position: LHP
School: No School

Draft#:8
Ht/Wt:6' 1"/160 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Vanderbilt

Draft#:9
Ht/Wt:6' 2"/185 lbs
Position: LHP
School: Virginia



Draft#:10
Ht/Wt:6' 5"/205 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Stroudsburg HS (PA)

Draft#:11
Ht/Wt:5'11"/195 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Vanderbilt

Draft#:12
Ht/Wt:6' 4"/175 lbs
Position: OF
School: H.B. Plant HS (FL)

Draft#:13
Ht/Wt:6' 4"/195 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Cathedral HS (IN)

Draft#:14
Ht/Wt:5'11"/190 lbs
Position: OF
School: Brother Rice HS (MI)

Draft#:15
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/200 lbs
Position: OF
School: Richland HS (TX)

Draft#:16
Ht/Wt:6' 7"/220 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Duke

Draft#:17
Ht/Wt:6' 4"/190 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Missouri St.

Draft#:18
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/205 lbs
Position: OF
School: Cincinnati



Draft#:19
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/170 lbs
Position: LHP
School: San Clemente HS (CA)

Draft#:20
Ht/Wt:6' 0"/200 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Southern Nevada JC

Draft#:21
Ht/Wt:6' 7"/230 lbs
Position: LHP
School: De La Salle HS (CA)

Draft#:22
Ht/Wt:6' 2"/220 lbs
Position: C/1B
School: Wilson HS (CA)

Draft#:23
Ht/Wt:6' 4"/200 lbs
Position: RHP
School: UCLA

Draft#:24
Ht/Wt:6' 7"/245 lbs
Position: RHP
School: Kentucky

Draft#:25
Ht/Wt:6' 1"/180 lbs
Position: SS
School: Arizona

Draft#:26
Ht/Wt:6' 1"/195 lbs
Position: OF
School: Niskayuna HS (NY)


 

    2015 MLB Mock Draft Notes

    1st Round Compensation Notes

    # 2 - Houston receives compensation for failure to sign 2014 1st round pick Brady Aiken.

    * The Padres forfeit their 2015 first round pick (would have been 13th overall at the time of signing) by signing James Shields.

    * The Mets forfeit their 2015 first round pick (would have been 15th overall at the time of signing) by signing Michael Cuddyer.

    * The Blue Jays forfeit their 2015 first round pick (would have been 17th overall at the time of signing) by signing Russell Martin.

    * The Mariners forfeit their 2015 first round pick (would have been 19th overall at the time of signing) by signing Nelson Cruz.

    * The Nations forfeit their 2015 first round pick (would have been #27 at the time of the signing) by signing Max Scherzer.

    MLB.com: "Scouting grades: Hit: 55 | Power: 30 | Run: 50 | Arm: 50 | Field: 45 | Overall: 45

    A club that thinks Krieger can stick at shortstop could be tempted to pop him as high as the second round. But he spent almost the entire 2015 season at DH, with only a handful of appearances at second base, as he recovers from offseason surgery to repair the labrum in his throwing shoulder. He showed an average arm and decent range at shortstop a year ago, though he also was so erratic that he mostly DHed down the stretch."
    MLB.com: "Scouting Grades: Fastball: 50 | Curveball: 45 | Slider: 45 | Changeup: 50 | Control: 65 | Overall: 45

    The right-hander is throwing a touch harder this spring, sitting in the 90-91 mph range, touching 93 mph, giving some hope that there might be a little more in the tank to come. He throws a curve and a slider, along with a solid changeup, coming from a clean and deceptive delivery. He can pitch backwards as needed and has as good command as perhaps any pitcher in the Draft class. Eshelman may profile as a back of the rotation type starter, but could be one who doesn't take too long to be big-league ready."
    MLB.com: "Scouting grades: Hit: 45 | Power: 40 | Run: 40 | Arm: 60 | Field: 50 | Overall: 45

    Ward, who served as a backup on USA Baseball's Collegiate National Team over the summer, is primarily a catch-and-throw guy. He has tremendous arm strength and has worked to improve his release time to get the ball down to second even faster. His other defensive skills aren't as advanced as his arm, but he has the tools to be a quality all-around receiver. While he's hit some in college, his offensive game does lag behind his defense at this point, though he'll flash glimpses of some pull power. He is athletic and runs well for a catcher."
    MLB.com: "Scouting grades: Fastball: 70 | Curveball: 60 | Changeup: 40 | Control: 40 | Overall: 45

    The Texas Tech recruit has a strong 6-foot-3, 240-pound frame and a very quick arm, and when he keeps his mechanics under control he looks like a future ace. Santillan can work at 93-95 mph fastball and hit 98, with some late life when he keeps it down in the zone. His curveball can be a true 12-to-6 hammer and reach the mid-80s."
    MLB.com: "Scouting Grades: Fastball: 65 | Slider: 45 | Changeup: 40 | Control: 45 | Overall: 45

    A two-way player who also plays third base at George Washington, Manny Ramirez's old stomping grounds, Rodriguez came out of the gate firing 98-mph fastballs. He kept that up as the spring wore on, sitting in the 93-95 mph range and maintaining his velocity deep into starts. His breaking ball gets slurvy at times, but with more velocity it has tight, slider action to it. His changeup is well behind, as he tends to slow his arm action and throw it too firmly. For a power arm, he tends to stay around the strike zone, showing an ability to locate his fastball at times."