While some clubs in recent years have used their top Draft picks on close-to-the-Majors players, the Miami Marlins have remained focused on the long-term picture, targeting young, high-ceiling talent in the early rounds.
That was the case in each of the past two Drafts, as the club selected hard-throwing right-hander Tyler Kolek second overall in 2014 and first baseman Josh Naylor 12th overall in '15. However, the Marlins also drafted a slew of promising athletes both years, some of whom have already made a lasting impression on the organization.
Mike Rosenbaum is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.