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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Christian Moore : Shortstop

Christian Moore has played at Tennessee for three seasons. According to MLB Pipeline, Moore is the 67th ranked prospect for this years Major League Draft.

Moore has been a consistently great hitter for the Volunteers throughout his career. In three seasons, Moore has a batting average of .317 with 37 home runs and 105 runs batted in. He also has an OPS of 1.077, which includes an on-base percentage of .443 and a slugging percentage of .634.

Moore is off to a great start to the 2024 season, which is on pace to be the best of his collegiate career. Through 26 games, Moore has a batting average of .350 with 10 home runs and 19 runs batted in. He also has an OPS of 1.160, which includes an on-base percentage of .440 and a slugging percentage of .720.

Moore is a great hitter and he is proving that this year. If he keeps this up, we could see him selected on day one in the first round.

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