2020 MLB Draft: Here are 8 Southern California high school baseball seniors projected to be picked

Major League Baseball’s Draft is set for June 10th and 11th. It will be five rounds, per reports, down from the usual 40 rounds, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The five rounds could be upped to ten if MLB allows it, but the current plan is for five rounds.

So who will be drafted straight out of high school from the Southern Section? DraftSite.com has put together a six round mock draft and its full of Southern California high school baseball prospects. They’re listed below.

Pete Crow-Armstrong – Harvard-Westlake – OF – 6-0, 175 LBS – projected first round pick

Petey Halpin – Mira Costa – OF – 6-0, 180 LBS – projected second round pick

Isaiah Greene – Corona – OF – 6-1, 180 LBS – projected second round pick

Jared Jones – La Mirada – RHP – 6-2, 175 LBS – projected fifth round pick (other outlets have him in the first or second round)

Kevin Parada – Loyola – C – 6-0, 190 LBS – projected fifth round pick

Drew Bowser – Harvard-Westlake – SS – 6-3, 190 LBS – projected fifth round pick

Milan Tolentino – Santa Margarita – SS – 6-1, 180 LBS – projected fifth round pick

Max Rajcic – Orange Lutheran – RHP – 6-0, 200 LBS – projected sixth round pick by DraftSite.com if the draft is extended

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