2015 Position Rankings: LHP (Updated!!!)

LHPThe crop of left-handed prospects has been struck by incredibly poor luck this season, as the top two southpaws have been struck by injuries: Brady Aiken with Tommy John surgery, and Kolby Allard with a back injury.

Their absence has allowed a few others to step into the void and garner consideration as top-ten picks, however, and it’s becoming increasingly evident that Illinois reliever Tyler Jay will be the first lefty selected.

These rankings are current as of 6/6/15, and will be updated throughout the draft season.

# Player Pos University/High School Height Weight B-T
1 Tyler Jay LHP University of Illinois 6-1 175 L-L
2 Kolby Allard LHP San Clemente HS (CA) 6-2 175 L-L
3 Brady Aiken LHP IMG Academy 6-4 210 L-L
4 Nathan Kirby LHP University of Virginia 6-2 185 L-L
5 Alex Young LHP Texas Christian University 6-2 205 L-L
6 Justin Hooper LHP De La Salle HS (CA) 6-7 230 R-L
7 Mac Marshall LHP Chipola College 6-2 185 R-L
8 Juan Hillman LHP Olympia HS (FL) 6-2 183 L-L
9 Andrew Suarez LHP University of Miami, Florida 6-2 205 L-L
10 Kyle Twomey LHP University of Southern California 6-3 175 L-R
11 Ryan Kellogg LHP Arizona State University 6-5 225 L-L
12 Brett Lilek LHP Arizona State University 6-4 194 L-L
13 Thomas Szapucki LHP Palm Beach Gardens HS (FL) 6-2 190 L-L
14 Kevin Duchene LHP University of Illinois 6-2 210 L-L
15 Cole Irvin LHP University of Oregon 6-3 182 L-L
16 Patrick Sandoval LHP Mission Viejo HS (CA) 6-2 190 L-L
17 Max Wotell LHP Marvin Ridge HS (NC) 6-3 187 R-L
18 Logan Allen LHP IMG Academy (FL) 6-3 205 R-L
19 Justin Jacome LHP University of California, Santa Barbara 6-6 225 L-L
20 Zack Erwin LHP Clemson University 6-5 195 L-L

One thought on “2015 Position Rankings: LHP (Updated!!!)

  1. No PJ Conlon, University of san diego on your LHP prospect list. Are you kidding me!! just put numbers like a 26-7 record with a sub 3.00 ERA in 3 years of DIVISION 1 baseball. Oh, I forgot he’s not 6’4′ and doesn’t throw mid 90’s but the last time I watched this game it was about pitchers being able to get hitters out. How about 60 hits allowed in 90+ innings this year. PJ is a pitcher not a thrower and is better than 2/3’s of the guys on your list, not disrespect to them, just to your ignorance.

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