Dunkin’ Donuts Poll Results: Would You Rather Draft High School Or College Player?

by NESN Staff

June 5, 2015

Mike Trout. Bryce Harper. Joey Gallo.

Major League Baseball has seen an influx of young talent recently, and many of these players have entered the league right out of high school with little or no college experience.

Trout and Harper made their big-league teams’ decisions look great, as they’ve emerged as two of the best overall players in the game. But not all prospects pan out.

Is it worth taking the risk on a young stud out of high school, or should teams opt for an older player who’s had the opportunity to mature both on and off the field at the collegiate level?

That was the subject of the latest Dunkin’ Donuts poll. Check out the video above to see how fans voted and get Jerry Remy’s take on the debate.

Thumbnail photo via Gary A. Vazquez/USA TODAY Sports Images

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