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2017 College Draft Profile: Greg Deichmann

School: LSU; Class: Junior Position: 1B/OF; B/T: L/R Height: 6-2; Weight: 209 Previously Drafted: Minnesota Twins, 26th round, 2016   Background: After appearing in just 10 games – and earning just 11 trips to the plate – as a true freshman, Deichmann was a pleasant surprise for LSU Head Coach Paul Mainieri during his follow-up season two years ago. In 64 games for the Tigers,…

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2015 Draft Profile: Alex Bregman

School: LSU; Class: Junior Position: SS; B/T: R/R Height: 6-0; Weight: 186 Previously Drafted: Boston Red Sox, 29th round, 2012   Background: After (wisely) bypassing an opportunity to sign a professional contract as a 29th round pick of the Boston Red Sox in 2012, Bregman burst onto the collegiate scene as a true freshman –…

College Draft Profile: JaCoby Jones

  JaCoby Jones, LSU Class: Junior; Height: 6-3; Weight: 200; Position: 2B; B/T: R/R Arguably the single most frustrating player in college baseball, Jones seemingly has the raw talent to become one of the better middle infielders in this year’s draft. After an incredible showing his freshman season (.338/.395/.467), he flopped mightily during the follow…

College Draft Profile: Mason Katz

  Mason Katz, Utility, LSU Class: Senior; Height: 5-10; Weight: 188; B/T: R/R Updated: 06/03/13 A jack-of-all-trades on defense, Katz has spent time at numerous positions throughout his career including: first base, second base, center field, and right field. This season he’s hitting .378/.467/.652 for LSU, showing a lot of pop (15 doubles, two triples,…

College Draft Profile: Ryan Eades

  Ryan Eades, RHP, LSU Class: Junior; Height: 6-3; Weight: 198 Update: 06/02/13 Eades, who was originally drafted by the Rockies in the 19th round in 201 0 draft, was a solid collegiate pitcher during his first two seasons at LSU, throwing a combined 137 innings with 94 punch outs and 28 walks. This season,…