JAKE LATZ

Hometown: Lemont, Ill.

Throws: Left-handed

Metrics: 6-foot-2, 198 pounds

He did what?!

Latz finished his senior season with an ERA of 0.22. He gave up just two earned runs.

The right stuff

Latz said his curveball is his out pitch, and that his consistency is a strength.

Fix’n stuff

Latz said he needs more experience and reps after missing most of the fall with an elbow injury that’s now healed.

JAKE GODFREY

Hometown: Lemont, Ill.

Throws: Right-handed

Metrics: 6-3, 215

He did what?!

Godfrey made Perfect Game’s All-America first team last year, the only one of the group to do that.

The right stuff

Godfrey said his best pitch is his fastball, which hovers in the low- to mid-90s and has movement.

Fix’n stuff

Godfrey is focusing on the consistency in which he throws all of his pitches.

ALEX LANGE

Hometown: Lee’s Summit, Mo.

Throws: Right-handed

Metrics: 6-3, 205

He did what?!

Lange had 114 strikeouts in 68.1 innings pitched as a senior.

The right stuff

Lange said his best pitch is his fastball, which has clocked as high as 97 mph but hovers around 92-94.

Fix’n stuff

Lange has been working on improving his changeup.

DOUG NORMAN

Hometown: Fort Mill, S.C.

Throws: Right-handed

Metrics: 6-3, 178

He did what?!

Norman had a 0.69 ERA his senior year, breaking a record at Ardey Kelly High set by Alex Wood, now a pitcher for the Braves.

The right stuff

Norman said his best pitch is the changeup, which he calls his “bread and butter.”

Fix’n stuff

Norman has a funky delivery, and he’s working on feeling more comfortable in the stretch.