Keith Law's 2018 Big Board: Updated top 100 draft prospects

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The MLB draft (June 4-6) is less than two weeks away. We did a top 50 in mid-April and now are extending it to a top 100.

This is a ranking of players, not a mock draft. I have Carter Stewart and Matthew Liberatore No. 2 and No. 3, but that doesn't mean I think they'll be picked there.

1. Casey Mize, RHP, Auburn. The clear 1-1 talent in this draft, Mize brings only the risk associated with any starting pitcher who has had minor injuries in the past -- though he's never had the catastrophic breakdown that might truly affect his stock. He'll pitch at 92-96 mph complemented with a plus-plus splitter and plus slider, and he has shown absurd control, with just 10 walks and 133 strikeouts in 95 innings heading into the SEC tournament. As long as he stays healthy, Mize is a No. 1 starter, and he should be able to contribute in the majors this fall or at the beginning of next season. He'd be the easy choice for me if I held the first overall pick.