Updated at 11:39 a.m. ET on Thursday, June 9. The "previous rank" of the top 25 player reflects where he was ranked when this was first posted on June 2.
As I've noted previously, this is a ranking of players, not in any way, shape or form a projection of who will be drafted in what spot. For the draft projection, refer to my final Mock Draft (4.0).
What that, here's my updated Big Board (Top 100 draft prospects) for the 2016 draft. Each Top 100 draft prospect has a player card with his scouting profile, written by ESPN colleague Eric Longenhagen. Click on the player's name to go to his writeup.
1. Corey Ray, OF
Previous rank: 1
Although Ray could slip out of the top five, I still think he's the best all-around player in the draft class, a power-speed guy who has a good idea of the strike zone and plenty of bat speed, giving him a high floor of an everyday left fielder.
2. Jason Groome, LHP
Barnegat (New Jersey) HS
Previous rank: 2
Boasting the best high school curveball I've seen, at least since Lucas Giolito's, Groome is still projectable and loose if a bit raw, lacking the control you'd like to see in the best prep arm in a draft class.