Five Hawaii prospects still awaiting draft fate

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - With day two complete, five local products are still awaiting their MLB draft fate.

After 10 rounds, Kodi Medeiros remains to be the sole player picked out of Hawaii.

Punahou catcher KJ Harrison is the next expected draftee to come from the islands. Depending on the outcome, Harrison has already committed to Oregon State University.

Rainbow Warrior Scott Squier is also expected to be drafted in the coming rounds.

Former St. Louis Crusaders Jordan Yamamoto and Devan Stubblefield, along with Hilo alum Jodd Carter round out Hawai'i's top prospects.

The final day of the draft is tomorrow as rounds 11 through 40 are decided.

Coverage begins at 5:00 a.m. in Hawaii and is available at

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