MLB Draft 2018: Round 1 picks include a few surprises

While there were certainly a few selections in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft that most pundits predicted weeks in advance — most notably Auburn right-hander Casey Mize and Georgia Tech catcher Joey Bart going Nos. 1 and 2, respectively — the opening round was filled with surprises. Some highly ranked prospects slid down the draft board, or out of the first round completely, and lesser-known names jumped up and were taken sooner than most expected.
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Much like Bohm, Weathers is a highly regarded prospect who most outlets predicted to go anywhere from No. 12 to No. 20, but instead wound up in the top 10 as the Padres took the high school senior from Tennessee with the seventh overall selection. There’s a lot to like about Weathers, from his size to his advanced breaking ball to the fact that his father played 19 seasons in the big leagues. But his selection at No. 7 is a bit puzzling considering higher-rated pitchers, such as right-handers Brady Singer and Carter Stewart, were still available.

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Last year, the Jets drafted tight end Jordan Leggett, fresh off a national championship victory with Clemson, to help fill the void. Leggett missed the 2017 regular season due to injury. In 2018, the Jets took Chris Herndon out of Miami to bolster the position and inject more youth.

Now, Leggett and Herndon, plus Neal Sterling, Eric Tomlinson, Bucky Hodges and Clive Walford, will vie for roughly three spots. Leggett understands the competition is wide open.

There’s a lot of competitive play out there. We’re all Robert Covington Authentic Jersey having fun, ’cause we’re all still young, Leggett told Sporting News. You have Josh (McCown) there to settle us down, get us on the same page. It’s a lot of fun playing with him, and it makes it easier when you have a veteran like that in the backfield.

What about that other quarterback?