Keith Law looks at draft picks and lines up where they would rank as a prosect in each organization. For a team like the Cubs, that means a whole new No. 1 prospect.
Keith Law breaks down the work done in the MLB draft by American League teams. The Blue Jays employed a solid strategy and may have added a lot of talent, but they weren't alone.
After Day 1 of the 2012 MLB draft, Keith Law assesses the biggest winners, and the teams that made puzzling picks.
Keith Law breaks down the MLB draft classes of National League teams. The Cubs, Nats, Pirates and Astros are among the classes he really liked.
The MLB Draft is here, and Keith Law concludes a spring full of scouting and analyzing with his final top 100 draft prospects ranking. Prep hitter Byron Buxton holds onto the No. 1 spot.
With injuries and performance changes around the country, Keith Law provides an updated version of his top 50 MLB draft prospects for 2012.
Keith Law gives his first edition of the top 50 prospects for the 2012 draft.
Keith Law is down at the Tournament of Stars in Cary, North Carolina, where he's scouting some of the top 2011 (and 2012) MLB draft talent. Names to know early: Joe Ross (younger brother of Tyson Ross from the A's) and Christian Montgomery.
Keith Law unveils his final 2012 MLB mock draft: Mark Appel goes No. 1 to the Astros, but a lot is up in the air the day of the draft.
Keith Law unveils his third mock draft just three days before the draft, and still nothing is settled among the top five picks.
Keith Law unveils his second mock draft less than a week before the draft, and Mark Appel and Byron Buxton are looking more like locks for the top two spots.
Keith Law redrafts the 2002 draft with the benefit of hindsight, to see how different it would look.
With the 2011 draft behind us, Keith Law takes his first look at the top names to watch for in the 2012 draft.