No. 60: Riley Unroe, Tampa Bay Rays
The prep player has seen his stock rise this season; Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com reports that more scouts believe that Unroe can stick at shortstop. If Unroe is unable to stay at shortstop, he is considered a strong enough defender to handle second base or center field.
No. 61: Chance Sisco, Baltimore Orioles
Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com says this about Sisco:
He has an average arm and has good hands. As Sisco, out of Temescal Canyon H.S. (Calif.), becomes more comfortable as a catcher, he should develop into a solid all-around defender. Offensively, he has an advanced hitting approach and makes a lot of good contact with his quick swing.
No. 62: Akeem Bostick, Texas Rangers
"His fastball sits at 90-92 mph and has been up to 94 this spring... there is room to add strength, but he has a thin frame so it may be limited."
No. 63: Dillon Overton, Oakland Athletics
Overton ranked #61 by Mayo: "average stuff but with some knowledge of pitching." Baseball America: "Overton has topped out at 95 mph and shown three-plus pitches at times... [after straining his forearm] Overton's fastball had dipped to 87-90 mph and his slider had lost some power and morphed into more of a curveball."
No. 64: Ryder Jones, San Francisco Giants
"He lacks bat speed, which brings up questions about his overall hitting ability" and though he played shortstop in high school, will move to third as a pro.