LSU commitment Dylan Crews withdraws from MLB Draft
One the most talented high school hitter in the nation is headed to LSU.
Dylan Crews, an outfielder and catcher from Longwood, Florida, pulled his name out of the MLB Draft with the intention of playing for LSU next season.
Orlando, FL —> Baton Rouge, LA pic.twitter.com/2Z6dInfrsy
— Dylan Crews (@__dc4__) June 3, 2020
Can confirm the reports that Florida prep OF Dylan Crews has pulled his name out of the draft, is headed to LSU. Had lots of interest in the comp to 2nd round area. Long had been rumors he wanted top-15 pick money. 39th on today's draft rankings update: https://t.co/ZuaA1fRGpa
— Kiley McDaniel (@kileymcd) June 3, 2020
— Kendall Rogers (@KendallRogers) June 3, 2020
The 6-foot, 180 pounder saw his draft stock slip some because of contact issues at the plate on last summer’s all-star circuit but his overall talent is a big get for the Tigers.
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