Scouts Inc.'s Steve Muench breaks down the top players to watch and those with the most to prove at the East-West Shrine Game.
Georgia Tech catcher Matt Wieters remains the No. 1 ranked player ahead of Vanderbilt lefty David Price going into the draft.
NC State's Andrew Brackman isn't the only college player to watch his draft stock slip after a sup-par season.
College players may take the top spots in Keith Law's latest look at the 2007 MLB draft prospects, but high school players make up the bulk of the list.
Georgia Tech's Matt Wieters and Vanderbilt's David Price are again at the top of Keith Law's extended list of the top eligible players for the 2007 MLB draft.
Georgia Tech's Matt Weiters and Vanderbilt's David Price jumped to the top of Keith Law's early list of the top draft-eligible players for the 2007 MLB draft.
After giving up basketball to focus on baseball, North Carolina State's Andrew Brackman is at the top of Keith Law's early look at the 2007 MLB draft.
From the marquee QBs to every other position, there are certain players who just have to produce this year.
N.C. State has enough talent on defense to exploit Florida State's mess of a quarterback situation.
Our scouts go inside each of this week's Top 25 matchups with game breakdowns and predictions.
If Florida can't win the SEC East, the next best thing is to make sure Georgia can't either.
Tulsa underwent one of the best turnarounds in the country this season and will face a struggling Georgia Tech team.