Top 100: Draft rankings v. 4.0
UCLA right-hander Gerrit Cole stays in the top spot, for now
The Rule 4 draft is now less than a month away, and we've decided to expand this list to 100 names. And while the names at the top have stayed the same, there is a chance there could be some movement before June 6.
UCLA's Gerrit Cole is still No. 1, but his stuff has not looked quite as sharp of late, and he is no lock to be taken first overall by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Of course, Anthony Rendon still hasn't rediscovered the power stroke of his sophomore year, and there are some questions about when it will return. Bubba Starling might be the best athlete in this draft, but his football commitment to Nebraska complicates his status.
For now, the top three stays the same. But there is some definite movement among the rest of the top 10.
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2011 MLB Draft Content
The Pittsburgh Pirates kicked off the 2011 MLB Draft by taking UCLA SP Gerrit Cole. Insider's Keith Law leads the coverage from Cole through the first round and beyond.
2011 MLB Draft6/7: Churchill: Analyzing Rounds 6-25
6/7: Law's Best of Day 2: American | National
6/7: Churchill: Analyzing Rounds 3-5
6/7: Churchill: Highlights of the second round
6/6: Law: Best and worst of Day 1
6/6: Churchill: Sandwich round analysis
6/6: Law/Churchill: First round analysis
MLB Draft Essentials6/6: Final mock: Nats add more star power
6/4: Law's Top 100: Setting up the draft
6/3: Mock 3.0: Starling on the rise
6/3: Churchill: Best tools in the draft
6/1: Sackmann: Statistical red flags
5/30: Mock 2.0: Gerrit Cole to Pirates
5/28: Churchill: 2010 NL Draft in review
5/27: Churchill: 2010 AL Draft in review
5/17: First full mock: Hultzen goes No. 1
5/12: Top 100: Movement in top 10
5/12: Cole goes first in modified mock draft
4/29: Future Fifty 3.0: Purke falls out
3/22: Future Fifty 2.0: Cole takes the top spot
3/22: Law: The Draft is not a crapshoot
2/17: Future Fifty: Rendon tops season's first ranking
2/17: Draft Order: How the teams will pick in the first and supplemental round