Scouting reports on all 19 Blue Jays draft picks from the 2023 MLB Draft

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Round 19 (574) - P Aaron Munson - Angelo State University

Aaron Munson was selected 574th overall out of Angelo State University and spent three seasons, making improvements each year. In 2023, he owned an 11-2 record with a 3.63 ERA and 115 strikeouts through 101.2 innings pitched, leading his Angelo State Rams to their first National Championship in program history. Though Division || college baseball isn’t the highest level of competition, he still pitched well against the players put in front of him. He will need to add more life to his fastball if he were to progress through the minor leagues, as it currently sits around 88 MPH, but his secondary pitches kept hitters off of the fastball and clearly allowed for his success. He was not ranked in’s top 250 draft prospects, but could turn some heads if he develops his fastball into a put away pitch.

Round 20 (604) - P Kai Peterson - Sierra JC

Kai Peterson was selected 604th overall out of Sierra Junior College, and was the final player selected by the Blue Jays in the 2023 MLB Draft. He started in 16 games in 2023, where he owned a 9-2 record with a 3.86 ERA with 127 strikeouts through 84 innings pitched. There is not a ton more information about Peterson at the moment, but the left-hander stands 6’ 1, 180 pounds and possesses good strikeout stuff. He was not ranked in’s top 250 draft prospects, but could end up being a diamond in the rough.