The 2015 MLB draft is now less than six months away. 

The order is set (well, mostly). The top talents have been identified.

College baseball squads are getting ready to head back to the diamond, and high school squads across the country are waiting for the fields to thaw so they too can get back on the field.

This year’s draft class isn’t particularly strong, and while it doesn’t offer that one guy who’s a surefire No. 1 pick, it does offer a great variety of players.

Athletic high school infielders. Check. See Brendan Rodgers.

Seasoned college bats. Check. See D.J. Stewart.

Projectable high school lefties. Check. See Kolby Allard.

Hard-throwing college pitchers. Check. See Michael Matuello.

Heck, this year’s draft class even has a large collection of second- and third-generation soon-to-be professionals.

The top prospects are so varied that the easiest way to preview them all might be to break them down by position—rather, the position they are projected to play at the next level.

Let’s start by taking a look at the top talent available at each position. 

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