Best Prospects Available Heading into Day 2 of MLB Draft

Adam Taylor McKillop
Who are the best players available heading into Day 2 of the 2022 MLB Draft?
Who are the best players available heading into Day 2 of the 2022 MLB Draft? / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Just because the MLB All-Star break is upon us, that doesn't mean there's a lack of baseball excitement over the next few days. Baseball fans are geared up for Day 2 of the 2022 MLB Draft. Day 1 was full of highlights, including selections in Rounds 1 and 2, and a few well-known names such as Druw Jones, Jackson Holliday and Kumar Rocker coming off the board.

While some of the top names already heard their names called, the field of prospects if still chock full of talent. Let's check out the top players still available heading into Day 2 of the 2022 MLB Draft.

MLB Draft Day 2 Start Time

Day 2 of the draft kicks off at 2 p.m. ET on Monday, July 18. This will include Rounds 3-10.

Day 2: Monday, July 18, 2 p.m. ET
Day 3: Tuesday, July 19, 2 p.m. ET

What Time Does the MLB Draft Start Today

Day 2 (Rounds 3-10): — 2 p.m. ET
Day 3 (Rounds 11-20): — 2 p.m. ET

How to Watch the Day 2 of 2022 MLB Draft

You can watch the Rounds 3-10 (Day 2) of the 2022 MLB Draft on Monday, July 18 by streaming live coverage from Day 3 of the draft will also be streamed on

2022 MLB Draft Order Day 2

The full 2022 MLB Draft order can be found on Below is a list of the Rounds 3 and 4, the first two rounds drafted on Day 2.

Round 3
81. Baltimore Orioles
82. Arizona Diamondbacks
83. Pittsburgh Pirates
84. Washington Nationals
85. Miami Marlins
86. Chicago Cubs
87. Kansas City Royals
88. Colorado Rockies
89. Los Angeles Angels
90. New York Mets
91. San Diego Padres
92. Cleveland Guardians
93. Philadelphia Phillies
94. Cincinnati Reds
95. Oakland Athletics
96. Atlanta Braves
97. St. Louis Cardinals
98. Toronto Blue Jays
99. Boston Red Sox
100. New York Yankees
101. Chicago White Sox
102. Milwaukee Brewers
103. Houston Astros
104. Tampa Bay Rays
105. Los Angeles Dodgers
106. San Francisco Giants

Round 4
107. Baltimore Orioles
108. Arizona Diamondbacks
109. Texas Rangers
110. Pittsburgh Pirates
111. Washington Nationals
112. Miami Marlins
113. Chicago Cubs
114. Minnesota Twins
115. Kansas City Royals
116. Colorado Rockies
117. Detroit Tigers
118. Los Angeles Angels
119. New York Mets
120. San Diego Padres
121. Cleveland Guardians
122. Philadelphia Phillies
123. Cincinnati Reds
124. Oakland Athletics
125. Atlanta Braves
126. Seattle Mariners
127. St. Louis Cardinals
128. Toronto Blue Jays
129. Boston Red Sox
130. New York Yankees
131. Chicago White Sox
132. Milwaukee Brewers
133. Houston Astros
134. Tampa Bay Rays
135. Los Angeles Dodgers
136. San Francisco Giants

Remaining Rounds
1. Baltimore Orioles
2. Arizona Diamondbacks
3. Texas Rangers
4. Pittsburgh Pirates
5. Washington Nationals
6. Miami Marlins
7. Chicago Cubs
8. Minnesota Twins
9. Kansas City Royals
10. Colorado Rockies
11. Detroit Tigers
12. Los Angeles Angels
13. New York Mets
14. San Diego Padres
15. Cleveland Guardians
16. Philadelphia Phillies
17. Cincinnati Reds
18. Oakland Athletics
19. Atlanta Braves
20. Seattle Mariners
21. St. Louis Cardinals
22. Toronto Blue Jays
23. Boston Red Sox
24. New York Yankees
25. Chicago White Sox
26. Milwaukee Brewers
27. Houston Astros
28. Tampa Bay Rays
29. Los Angeles Dodgers
30. San Francisco Giants

Best Prospects Available MLB Draft

There's a plethora of good talent in this year's draft. Unlike the NFL and NBA, the MLB Draft features prospects from both college baseball and straight from high school. This makes definitive draft rankings difficult, but released their top prospect rankings for this year's class. Check out the top players remaining from this list.

1. Brock Porter, RHP, Orchard Lake St. Mary's (MI)
2. Tristan Smith, LHP, Boiling Springs HS (SC)
3. Malcolm Moore, C, CK McClatchy HS (CA)
4. Jonathan Cannon, RHP, Georgia
5. Gavin Guidry, SS, Barbe HS (LA)
6. Trystan Vrieling, RHP, Gonzaga
7. Bryce Hubbart, LHP, Florida State
8. Brady Neal, C, IMG Academy (FL)
9. Sam Horn, SS, Collins Hill HS (GA)
10. Bradley Loftin, LHP, DeSoto Central HS (MS)
11. Jaden Noot, RHP, Sierra Canyon School (CA)
12. Henry Williams, RHP, Duke
13. Jalin Flores, SS, Louis D. Brandeis HS (TX)
14. Jordan Taylor, OF, St. John's Country Day School (FL)
15. Cam Smith, SS, Palm Beach Central HS (FL)
16. Carson Palmquist, LHP, Miami
17. Luke Gold, 2B, Boston College
18. Connor Staine, RHP, UCF
19. Michael Kennedy, LHP, Troy HS (NY)
20. Karson Milbrandt, RHP, Liberty Senior HS (MO)
21. Ryan Clifford, OF, Crossroads FLEX HS (NC)
22. Jake Madden, RHP, Northwest Florida State
23. NazierMule, SS, Passaic County Technical Institute (NJ)
24. Cloby Thomas, OF, Mercer
25. Dominic Keegan, C, Vanderbilt
26. Gavin Kilen, SS, Milton HS (WI)

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