North Carolina State starter Carlos Rodon came into the spring as the consensus No. 1 overall prospect in the draft class, but his first six starts were a tick below those high expectations. As a result, I moved him down to No. 3 on my updated rankings last week behind high school lefty Brady Aiken and prep righty Tyler Kolek. Rodon threw on Friday night at home against Miami with a lot of cross-checkers and scouting directors from teams drafting outside of the top five. Originally they said they hadn't planned to scout him, but they changed course because he's no longer a lock to go that high.
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