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LSU baseball commit Dylan Crews from Orlando, Florida announced Wednesday that he has withdrawn his name from the MLB Draft and is headed to Baton Rouge.

The 2020 MLB amateur draft begins June 10.

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Would he be projected as an early round selection?
Reply29 days
How does one remove themselves from the MLB Draft? Either you are drafted or you are not....You dont have to sign ifyou do not like where you are taken. My guess is that he has been told that he was not a guaranteed 5 round pick and is trying to save face....
Reply30 days
You let them know that you aren’t signing with an MLB organization so they know not to draft you. Why would he be embarrassed to be drafted anywhere in baseball? He has no reason to save face. Just be thankful that he’s chosen to come to LSU with the modified draft this year.
30 days
Reply30 days
Smart move by the young man. The gap between MLB Owners and MLBPA over restarting puts the gap between blacks and white to shame.
Reply30 days
Paul will step down when he's ready. He does need to win a natty soon though.
Reply1 month
something tells me that skipping this past season may have saved pauls career
Reply1 month
Yeah because having a healthy and talented pitching staff made you think that his career was gonna take a dive?
1 month
A very talented 3 year starter is what we are going to need for the offense to get back on track. Welcome aboard young man.
Reply1 month
Nope, a new coach will get us back on track. A young, hungry, fiery coach.
1 month
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