It's easy to dissect the top three rounds of the Major League Draft. Unlike other sports' drafts that last a few rounds, baseball's seemingly lasts months. It's fun to dig deep and see what they other division's of collegiate baseball have to offer.
Thus far in DII, Minor League Ball has profiled three pitchers:
"I'm never satisfied with anything that I've done in the past," Stoltzfus said. "My freshman year, I felt I was a good enough hitter to play, but where I struggled, believe it or not was behind the plate.
"I went to a small high school. If I saw an 85 mile-per-hour pitch, that was fast to me. Now I come up here and I'm seeing 88 to 90 every day. The game sped up, my mind was all over the place. It took a lot of hard work. The mental side is what really put me over the top."
Offensively his numbers are down this season, but he is still solid both at and behind the plate. Yes, he's made an error this season -- a whopping two actually -- but he has sound receiving skills (just 10 passed balls in more than a season and a half) and a cannon with the ability to throw people out at high rates (throwing out nearly 60 percent this season).