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2023 MLB Mock Draft: An Early Ranking of the Top 50 2023 MLB Draft Prospects

With so much activity and excitement, we've ranked the top 50 prospects for this year's MLB Draft. The draft's popularity continues to increase throughout the years and that won't change in 2023.
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2023 MLB Mock Draft: An Early Ranking of the Top 50 2023 MLB Draft Prospects

The MLB has already changed to a draft lottery for the 2023 MLB Draft. During free agency, some teams lost draft picks for signing star players.

With so much activity and excitement, we've ranked the top 50 prospects for this year's MLB Draft. The draft's popularity continues to increase throughout the years and that won't change in 2023.

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2023 Top MLB Prospects

1. Dylan Crews, OF, LSU

Dylan Crews has exceptionally high potential coming into this year's MLB Draft. Crews is a five-tool player who rarely strikes out and walks a ton. But of course, Crews also has major pop and an excellent arm for a corner outfield position.

2. Chase Dollander, RHP, Tennessee

I've literally seen people compare Dollander to the top pitchers in today's game. We don't always see the top pitchers turn into those types of studs. But he's got all the makings of a star pitcher.

Dollander has an excellent command to go with his incredible arsenal of pitches. He's the top pitcher in the draft, and there are no questions about it.

3. Jacob Gonzalez, SS, Ole Miss

Gonzalez knows how to get the ball on the ball. He creates opportunities when up to bat. He'll likely need to adjust to MLB hitting when the time comes, but Gonzalez could be a contact machine with the right coaching staff.

4. Wyatt Langford, OF, Florida

Power rules everything in the MLB. Langford has insane power but also solid speed. That speed should help him in corner outfield positions too.

5. Max Clark, OF, Franklin Community HS (Franklin, IN.)

Clark would be the first high school athlete on this list. So he's more of an unknown, but most scouts state that he's as professional of a hitter as you'll get. He's a terrific outfielder who should be able to make web gems in the center field.

Meanwhile, he's also solid for a high schooler and will continue to pack on muscle as he gets to the higher ranks.

6. Rhett Lowder, RHP, Wake Forest

Lawder won the ACC Pitcher of the Year last season. If he keeps up that kind of pitching, he will be a top-10 pick this season.

Lowder has one of the best changeups in college baseball, and with excellent command and plenty of other pitches, he's got a ton of potential when he makes it in the MLB.

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7. Jacob Wilson, SS, Grand Canyon

Wilson only struck out seven times in 2022. He doesn't have an insane amount of power but will be an outstanding fielder with at least enough pop to turn some heads.

8: Walker Jenkins, OF, South Brunswick HS (Oak Island, NC)

Jenkins earned a spot on the USA U18 team as an underclassman. He's got a plus bat that hits for average and power. That's Aaron Judge-level stuff.

I'm not saying he's Aaron Judge. But his 6-3, 205-pound frame will translate well in the MLB.

9. Hurston Waldrep, RHP, Florida

Waldrep is a high strikeout thrower, getting so many batters to chase out of the zone for strikeouts. He's a guy who will scream and get pumped up after ending an inning. Those types of pitchers are enjoyable for fan bases.

10. Brayden Taylor, SS, TCU

Taylor is a solid left-handed bat who can play both middle infield positions. He could even play third base if needed. He also rips line drives like it's his day job because it's his day job.

11. Enrique Bradfield, OF, Vanderbilt

12. Kevin McGonigle, SS, Monsignor Bonner HS (Aldan, PA)

13. Aidan Miller, 3B, JW Mitchell HS (FL)

14. Travis Honeyman, OF, Boston College

15. Noble Meyer, RHP, Jesuit HS (Portland, OR)

16. Paul Skenes, RHP, LSU

17: Arjun Nimmala, SS, Strawberry Crest HS (FL)

18. Roch Cholowsky, SS, Hamilton HS

19. Colt Emerson, SS, John Glenn

20. Thomas White, LHP, Phillips Academy (Rawley, MA)

21. Cade Kuehler, RHP, Campbell

22. Teddy McGraw, RHP, Wake Forest

23. Maui Ahuna, SS, Tennessee

24. Ross Dunn, LHP, Arizona State

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25. Mariners: Jack Hurley, OF, Virginia Tech

26. Kyle Teel, C, Virginia

27. Tommy Troy, IF/OF, Stanford

28. Matt Shaw, INF, Maryland

29. Blake Mitchell, C, Sinton HS

30. Yohandy Morales, 3B, Miami

31. Tanner Witt, RHP, Texas

32. Will Sanders, RHP, South Carolina

33. Brock Wilken, 3B, Wake Forest

34. Walker Marin, SS, Eaton HS

35. Jake Gelof, 3B, Virginia

36. Dillon Head, OF, Homewood Flossmoor HS

37. Juaron Watts-Brown, RHP, Oklahoma State

38. Tre Morgan, 1B, LSU

39. Ross Dunn, LHP, Arizona State

40. Charlee Soto, RHP, Reborn Christian HS

41. Jared Dickey, C/OF, Tennessee

42. Nolan Schanuel, IF/OF, FAU

43. Brandon Sproat, RHP, Florida

44. Eric Bitonti, SS, Aquinas HS

45. Tigers: Carson Montgomery, RHP, FSU

46. AJ Ewing, SS, Springboro HS

47: Roman Martin, SS, Servite HS

48: Liam Peterson, RHP, Calvary Christian HS

49: Kade Morris, RHP, Nevada

50. Liam Sullivan, LHP, Georgia


Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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