When looking at the top college backstops in this Draft, you could make an excellent case for Goodman to be one of the best. Rated as the No. 87 overall prospect in this Draft, Goodman has slashed a combined .323/.388/.638 with 42 HR’s, 149 RBI’s, and 22 SB’s across 128 career games at Memphis.
Selected to multiple All-America teams across his career with the Tigers, Goodman displays excellent raw power, as well as an ability to play multiple positions on the field, most notably in the outfield. Goodman has a proven record of success offensively, and should be one of the top catchers taken in the next week.
School: Park Hill (MO)
Arguably the best pure hitter of any prep catcher in this Draft, Jensen is rated as the No. 82 overall prospect available. Consistently making hard-contact from the left-side, Jensen has drawn a comparison to previously mentioned current MLB player Kyle Schwarber, not only due to hit hitting abilities, but his potential career trajectory.
While he does have a plus-arm from behind the plate, the defense will need to improve should he stay at the position. If not, Jensen’s abilities should allow to him to transition to either a corner infield or outfield option going forward.