6. Jeffrey Enloe, Fort Wayne TinCaps
Enloe was drafted in the 37th round in 2013 by San Diego. The 25 year-old from Louisiana played his college ball at Central Arkansas before going pro. He has made 18 career starts in the minor leagues over 2 seasons. He even got up to Double-A San Antonio last season. He spent the majority of 2014 in Fort Wayne. He went 6-6 with a 3.84 ERA in 12 starts for the club. He won’t wow anyone with his strikeout numbers but he does not give up too many long balls. He has only surrendered 8 home runs in 110 innings (that is a home run roughly every 14 innings).
5. Danny Wissmann, Tri-City Dust Devils
The 22 year-old out of Maryland was drafted last summer out of South Carolina-Aiken. He has only appeared in one professional game and it was an inning of relief for Eugene. His college numbers are impressive. He struck out 62 in a little over 43 innings. He is still very raw and has a long way to go before making it up to the big club. He is definitely an arm to keep an eye on.