It ends tomorrow with Ryan Reid, but today we look at Chris Luck:
Like Worthington, Chris Luck jumped onto follow lists in surprising fashion this season. He was used primarily as a shortstop as an underclassman, but worked diligently on cleaning up his delivery and improved dramatically as a pitcher this spring. At his best, Luck can touch 92 mph with a tight, sharp breaking ball with 11-to-5 shape. He's a good athlete and has a lightning-quick arm. He's still raw and has below-average command. He tends to overthrow and will spin out of his delivery. Luck has considerable room for projection, is signable in the first eight to 10 rounds, and should go off the board by the sixth or seventh.