In a draft loaded with college third basemen, it is easy to forget about a player like Eric Jagielo. After doing well in the Cape Cod League last season, he continued to impress scouts this spring and has a chance to go in the first round. With many scouts becoming more confident in the ability of his glovework at third base to go along with that bat, his stock has continued to rise.
|Pos||High School / College||Consensus Rank|
|3B||Notre Dame||1st round (back-half)|
|B/T||Birthdate (age)||Height / Weight|
|L/R||5/17/92 (21)||6'3" / 215|
What they're saying
- Jonathan Mayo, MLB.com: "Another good looking college bat, Jagielo had a very strong Cape League season, finishing second in the summer circuit in home runs. He has legitimate power from the left side of the plate and as he showed with wood bats over the summer and then into his junior year, it should play just fine at the next level."
- John Sickels, Minor League Ball: "Scouts seem more comfortable with his glove now, but (teams) could still slot him at first base and he'll have the bat for the position."