2020 MLB Draft: Here are 4 college baseball players from San Diego Section high schools projected to be picked

The 2020 Major League Baseball Draft is set for June 10-11. It will be five rounds, per reports, down from the usual 40 rounds, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Teams will be able to sign an unlimited number of undrafted free agents for $20,000.

So which San Diego natives will be drafted from the college ranks? DraftSite.com has put together its own mock draft and it is full of former San Diego Section high school baseball stars. Here are the four former San Diego Section stars projected to be drafted.

Projected 1st round pick

Alika Williams – Shortstop – Rancho Bernardo/Arizona State – 6-2, 180 LBS

(Photo courtesy of Arizona State Athletics)

Projected 2nd round pick

Kevin Abel – RHP – Madison/Oregon State – 6-2, 195 LBS

(Photo courtesy of Oregon State Athletics)

Projected 3rd round pick

Casey Schmitt – 3B/RHP – Eastlake/San Diego State – 6-2, 200 LBS

(Photos courtesy of San Diego State Athletics)

Projected 5th round pick

Kyle Hurt – RHP – Torrey Pines/USC – 6-3, 220 LBS

(Photo courtesy of USC Athletics)

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