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Los Angeles Dodgers 2021 MLB Mock Draft Roundup

We've been tracking MLB mock drafts from various baseball analysts, writers and bloggers via our 2021 MLB Mock Draft Database.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have the 29th pick in the 2021 MLB Draft and our Los Angeles Dodgers 2021 MLB Mock Draft Roundup compiles picks for the Dodgers in recently-updated mock drafts.

The picks listed below are sorted by when the mock draft was updated (date in parenthesis) with the most recent mocks listed first.

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MLB.com - Mayo (6/2)
Peyton Stovall, 2B, Haughton (La.) HS

A terrific pure hitter, this is an association we've heard for quite some time this spring.

The Athletic - Law (5/27)
Ryan Cusick, RHP, Wake Forest

Cusick has a great arm, up to 100 mph, and he's come a long way since arriving in Winston-Salem, but his delivery, command, and breaking ball are all inconsistent. Maybe the Dodgers would target Hoglund or Hill, but Cusick is the sort of upside, "we have the technology" sort of pick they've made, and made well, repeatedly since Billy Gasparino became their scouting director.

MLB.com - Callis (5/26)
Peyton Stovall, 2B, Haughton (La.) HS

Stovall might be the best pure hitter in the Draft -- college or high school -- but position questions could allow the Dodgers to grab him at the bottom of the first round.

ESPN - McDaniel (5/11)
Ben Kudrna, RHP, Blue Valley Southwest H.S. (KS), LSU commit

Kudrna fits in the Dodgers mold of power arms, and they've been tied mostly to prep players, which makes sense given their top-tier development.

It's worth noting a couple of players who didn't make this projection, but could go right after this pick and will be much higher in the next version of my rankings: Nebraska SS/RHP Spencer Schwellenbach and SoCal prep SS/RHP Carson Williams. Both are legitimate two-way prospects with big arm speed, but both are likely just shortstops in pro ball.

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