After initially having some issues with pitch selection early in his career, LSU’s Landon Marceaux took his game to the next level over the last two seasons. Part of it was increased attention to detail, as his added proficiency on secondary pitches resulted in 116 strikeouts in 102 innings this past season. The 2021 second-team All-SEC selection developed into one of the conference’s best pitchers with the increased command. We go inside Marceaux’s diverse skill-set in our video breakdown.
2021 was an up-and-down year for Rhodes after breaking out in a truncated 2020 campaign. As a Freshman All-American, Rhodes hit .426 with an SEC-leading 10 doubles. The versatile outfielder has the ability to play multiple positions and worked to increase his power as a sophomore.
Yet another sophomore who meets the 2021 MLB Draft’s eligibility standards, the former three-sport prep athlete stood out for the Du Lac Dock Spiders of the Northwoods League in the summer of 2020. Major league scouts are intrigued with the 200-pounder’s bat speed and versatility. Rhodes began to regain his form late in 2021 with many of the same characteristics that littered his first year on campus.