I said all spring this draft was bad, and here's more subjective evidence: Three teams, at most, drafted their new No. 1 overall prospects, and I think I come down here saying that only one more team drafted a top-two prospect. Some of that is a function of high-drafting teams already having multiple top-50 prospects in their systems -- the Tigers with Casey Mize and Matt Manning; the Padres with MacKenzie Gore and Luis Patino; the Reds with Taylor Trammell and Hunter Greene. Some is just that it wasn't a good draft up top.
I do think in a year we'll see more players emerge from this draft as top-100 caliber prospects, but I would also bet they will be surprises from the back half of the first round (Corbin Carroll?) or beyond.