The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series powered by Program 15 is proud to announce that a record-breaking 18 players who participated in the 2018 International Week event held at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona were selected in the 2019 MLB Draft, including first-rounder Daniel Espino (24th overall, Cleveland Indians).
Espino is the third P15 alum taken in the first round over the last two years; Grayson Rodriguez and Noah “Bo” Naylor were part of a 14-player class taken in the 2018 MLB Draft.
The following is a complete list of alumni selected, with links to exclusive video from their participation in Future Stars Series events as well as scouting reports from P15/NBBFSS CEO Jeremy Booth.
Daniel Espino, 24th overall, Cleveland Indians
Kyren Paris, 55th overall, Los Angeles Angels
Dasan Brown, 88th overall, Toronto Blue Jays
Glenallen Hill, Jr., 122nd overall, Arizona Diamondbacks
Dilan Rosario, 176th overall, San Francisco Giants
Adam Macko, 216th overall, Seattle Mariners
Wendell Marrero, 324th overall, Cincinnati Reds
Tyrell (T.J.) Schofield-Sam, 374th overall, Oakland Athletics
Aaron Roberts, 467th overall, Boston Red Sox
Johzan Oquendo, 492nd overall, Chicago Cubs
Jared Southard, 601st overall, Los Angeles Angels
Drew Gilbert, 1049th overall, Minnesota Twins
Will Frisch, 1079th overall, Minnesota Twins
Silas Ardoin, 1089th overall, Colorado Rockies
Adrian Colon, 1109th overall, Minnesota Twins
Kurtis Byrne, 1145th overall, St. Louis Cardinals
T.J. McKenzie, 1175th overall, St. Louis Cardinals
Jaden Brown, 1203rd overall, Washington Nationals
Previously, Joel Ibarra had signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Enger Castellanos is expected to sign with a major-league club in July.
In addition, players who had previously participated in P15/NBBFSS national tournaments were also selected in the 2019 MLB Draft; notably Will Bartlett (280th overall, Cleveland), Justin Miknis (1038th overall, Baltimore) and Cameron Meeks (1157th overall, Boston)
The 2019 installment of International Week will be held at historic Fenway Park in Boston from September 20-22. For more information on national tournament event dates, please visit futurestarsseries.com
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