On Monday MLB.com named the Top-50 2018 MLB Draft prospects. Florida RHP Brady Singer topped the list. Singer’s teammate and fellow righty, Jackson Kowar rounded out the Top-10.

Singer has amassed a 11-7 record and a 3.65 ERA in two seasons with the Gators. He sports a 8.84 strikeouts per nine innings rate (167 k’s in 170 innings of work). Singer has thrown three complete games thus far in his collegiate career.

In August MLBPipeline.com named Singer the #1 college prospect.

Kowar joined the list as the #10 draft prospect despite not being in the Top-10 among MLBPipeline’s college prospects.

Kowar has recorded a remarkable 15-1 record at Florida to go along with a 3.90 ERA. Kowar has struck out 128 hitters and walked only 54.

This is the third consecutive year that a Gators pitcher has been included in the Top-5. In 2016, AJ Puk was ranked #2, and Alex Faedo entered 2017 as the #4 prospect.

Singer, Kowar, and junior Tyler Dyson are expected to round out Florida’s weekend rotation and played a major part in Florida winning the program’s first National Championship in June.

MLB.com 2018 Top-10 Draft Prospects:

  1. Brady Singer, RHP, Florida
  2. Ethan Hankins, RHP, HS
  3. Matthew Liberatore, LHP, HS
  4. Nolan Gorman, 3B, HS
  5. Shane McClanahan, LHP, USF
  6. Nander De Sedas, SS, HS
  7. Brice Turang, SS, HS
  8. Casey Mize, RHP, Auburn
  9. Ryan Rollison, LHP, Mississippi
  10. Jackson Kowar, RHP, Florida

*HS indicates prospect is in high school.

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