Tennessee Baseball is Led by Four Top 100 Draft Prospects

The Tennessee Volunteers have four players that are ranked inside MLB Pipelines Top 100 Prospects. Let's examine who is leading the Volunteers this season.

Tennessee infielder Christian Moore (1) signals on third base during a game between Tennessee and
Tennessee infielder Christian Moore (1) signals on third base during a game between Tennessee and / Caitie McMekin/News Sentinel / USA TODAY
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Dylan Dreiling : Outfield

Dylan Dreiling is a two year starter for Tennessee in the outfield. According to MLB Pipeline, the true sophomore is ranked as the 85th best prospect.

Dreiling has been a great hitter in his collegiate career. In his two seasons, Dreiling has a batting average of .312 with 15 home runs and 50 runs batted in. He also has an OPS of 1.129, which includes an on-base percentage of .447 and a slugging percentage of .682.

Dreiling is off to a better start to this season than he finished with last year. Through 24 games, Dreiling has a .333 batting average with eight home runs and 30 runs batted in. He also has an OPS of 1.220, which includes an on-base percentage of .464 and a slugging percentage of .756.

If he continues to produce like he has this season, then he will move up in the draft rankings.

Dreiling's scouting grades are; Hit: 50, Power: 50, Run: 55, Arm: 40, Field: 50, Overall: 45.