MSD Grad Roman Anthony Joins Coby Mayo as Top 100-Prospect in MLB
Roman Anthony and Coby Mayo. {Sidney Berthiaume and Jillian Jarboe}

By: Matt Rothman 

Marjory Stoneman Douglas graduate Roman Anthony officially joins Coby Mayo as a top-100 prospect in the MLB.

Anthony, who graduated in 2022, was selected in the second round of the MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox after winning two State Championships in high school. He has currently ranked as the 92 and then the best prospect on the Red Sox but moved up to 37. Anthony was recently promoted to Greenville Drive (A+) this season and homered in just his second game. He previously played 20 games for FCL Salem Red Sox and has hit 11 home runs this year.

Mayo is the 69th-ranked prospect in baseball, moving up 41 spots after being promoted to the Orioles Triple-A Affiliate, Norfolk Tides. He was the Eastern League Player of the Month, June Organizational Player of the Month, and hit 47 minor league home runs after being picked in the fourth round of the 2020 MLB Draft. 

Also, Santiago Ordonez, a two-time State and National Champion with MSD and teammate of both Mayo and Anthony in 2020, will be playing his sophomore season at State College of Florida after starting at Florida State University. In high school, Ordonez hit .415 with seven home runs, including a walk-off three-run home run to win Regionals. He also had 67 RBIs and was highly successful behind the plate throwing runners out. 

Sammy Beir, who also won a State Championship with MSD, is going to be playing this year at Indian River State College. He began at Florida Atlantic University after going 3-0 for the Eagles as a junior and recording the final out in the finals. Beir pitched to an ERA of 2.62.

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Matt Rothman
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Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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