2020 MLB Draft: Here are 8 college baseball players from Southern Section high schools 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.

So which Southern California natives will be drafted from the college ranks? DraftSite.com has put together its own mock draft and its full of former Southern Section high school baseball stars. They’re listed below.

Projected first round pick

Garrett Mitchell – Outfield – Orange Lutheran/UCLA – 6-3, 215 LBS

(Photo courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Projected second round picks

Carlos Lomeli – RHP – St. John Bosco/Saint Mary’s – 6-2, 195 LBS

(Photo courtesy of St. Mary’s Athletics)

Nick Frasso – RHP – Palos Verdes/Loyola-Marymount – 6-5, 190 LBS

(Photo courtesy of LMU Athletics)

Projected third round picks

Taylor Dollard – RHP – Crespi/Cal Poly – 6-2, 175 LBS

(Photo courtesy of Cal Poly Athletics)

Zach Pettway – RHP – Long Beach Wilson/UCLA – 6-1, 210 LBS

(Photo courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Projected fourth round picks

Carson Seymour – RHP – Great Oak/Kansas State – 6-4, 240 LBS

(Photo courtesy of Kansas State Athletics)

Kyle Mora – RHP – Los Alamitos/UCLA – 6-3, 200 LBS

(Photo courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Brendan Beck – RHP – Corona/Stanford – 6-2, 190 LBS

(Photo courtesy of Stanford Athletics)

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