- Eric Longenhagen, ESPN Insider
High school baseball is winding down across the country, and in those talent hotbeds where the weather is nice enough for the season to begin in February, seasons are already over. That leaves college baseball -- perhaps sport-loving America's richest untapped resource -- and individual team workouts as our lone topics of discussion leading up to the June 8-10 MLB draft. The NCAA baseball postseason begins Friday and will be all over ESPN's family of networks and streaming online throughout the entire tournament. Below, in a special edition of the draft blog, are breakdowns of the players to watch in each of the 16 regionals for this draft and future drafts.
Los Angeles regional
The L.A. regional will be headlined by UCLA's bevy of prospects (plus the soul-crushing traffic fans get to experience on the way to Jackie Robinson Stadium). RHP James Kaprielian -- who seems to have some late helium and now might go among the top 15 -- and SS Kevin Kramer are the Bruins' two most notable prospects.
Eric Longenhagen lays out the MLB draft prospects to watch at all 16 NCAA regional sites, including UCLA's James Kaprielian at the L.A. regional.