MLB Draft: Top 3 Candidates for the Marlins to Draft

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Jun 16, 2013; Omaha, NE, USA; NCAA umpire Danny Collins (33) hands the ball to LSU Tigers pitcher Aaron Nola (10) during the game against the UCLA Bruins in the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Honorable mentions: 

Brady Aiken, Aaron Nola, and Nick Gordon:

These three names are ones that Marlins fans should keep an eye on as well. Aiken seems like he is more than likely going number 1 overall to the Astros. If the Astros don’t select Aiken, it would make the Marlins choice even more interesting. At this point, my preference would be Aiken over anyone if he were to fall to number 2.

Both Nola and Gordon are longshots for the Marlins to pick, but they are players I cannot rule out, as the Marlins may try to cut a deal with a prospect to save some cash for further down the draft. If the Marlins were to reach for either of these two here, all hell would likely break loose from the media on the Marlins front office and owner Jeffery Loria.