A member of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun baseball team is listed on Baseball America's list of their top 100 college draft prospects.

A junior left-hander who prepped at St. Thomas More, Harris went 5-2 last season as a sophomore, to go along with a 2.66 ERA.

In 13 games, including 12 starts, Harris logged 67.2 innings pitched, allowing only 45 hits, while striking out an impressive 87 batters.

Ranked the top high school player in the state of Louisiana by Perfect Game in 2015, Harris is expected to be selected in the top five rounds of the 2018 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft.

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Also on the list are LSU players, including former Lafayette High standout Antoine Duplantis, who has a .321 career batting average with the Tigers.

Duplantis, who will be a junior in 2018, is listed #72 on the list, behind fellow teammates outfielder Zach Watson (No. 23) and pitcher Zack Hess (No. 44).