The 2023 College World Series is officially underway.
This year's field of teams is made up of Florida, LSU, Oral Roberts, Stanford, TCU, Tennessee, Virginia and Wake Forest. There is plenty of future pro talent scattered across those eight rosters.
Ahead, we've provided a rundown of the top 10 prospects for the 2023 MLB draft who will be in action at this year's College World Series.
Let's start with some honorable mentions, before diving into 10 players who all have the potential to be top-10 picks when the draft kicks off July 9 during MLB's All-Star festivities in Seattle.
Note: The "BA Ranking" for each player refers to where they currently fall on Baseball America's comprehensive list of the top prospects for the 2023 draft.
Honorable Mention (Hitters)
3B Jake Gelof, Virginia (BA Ranking: 41)
The younger brother of Oakland Athletics prospect Zack Gelof has been one of the nation's best power hitters this spring. After a 21-homer sophomore season, he is hitting .331/.435/.731 with 23 doubles, 23 home runs and 89 RBI, though he does have some swing-and-miss concerns and an average-at-best glove.
SS Josh Rivera, Florida (BA Ranking: 68)
A .259 hitter with 16 home runs in 134 games during his first three years on campus, Rivera is enjoying a breakout senior year. The 22-year-old is hitting .362/.465/.633 with 17 home runs, 68 RBI and more walks (44) than strikeouts (26) in 64 games while continuing to show a steady glove at shortstop. He will be an attractive below-slot target as a senior sign.
SS Maui Ahuna (BA Ranking: 71)
Ahuna transferred to Tennessee last offseason following a huge sophomore year at the University of Kansas, but his OPS has dropped more than 150 points with the step up in competition. He still hit .302/.423/.537 while ranking as one of the best defensive infielders in college baseball, but his 73 strikeouts in 50 games will likely be enough to knock him out of first-round consideration.
1B/OF Tre' Morgan, LSU (BA Ranking: 76)
A staple in the LSU lineup the past three seasons, Morgan has hit .332/.427/.497 in 877 plate appearances during his time on campus. He is an elite defender at first base with the athleticism to handle a corner outfield spot, but he lacks the power to be a clean fit at either of those spots.