One of the better offensive first baseman in all of college baseball last season was Keegan, who slashed .345/.427/.638 for the Commodores. The arguable best hitter for the CWS Runner-Up in 2021, the No. 176 overall prospect in this Draft’s strength is 100% his offensive abilities.
Keegan displays above-average power with his right-handed swing, with potential to improve even-more with consistency. While he projects as an average defensive first baseman, Keegan has previously spent time at catcher, while also projecting as a possible corner outfielder or third baseman making him an intriguing prospect to watch for.
When looking at college bats available in this Draft, you won’t find many with more eye-popping numbers than Boissiere. Rated as the No. 159 overall prospect in this Draft, Boissiere slashed .355/.434/.488 during his three seasons with the Wildcats.
An excellent hitter, the 21-year old displays at-least average power from the left-side of the plate, while also an excellent defender at first base. You won’t find many college first baseman with a previous track record better than Boissiere, making the Arizona first baseman a prime candidate to be selected in the upper rounds.