ATLANTA -- Two metro Atlanta high school baseball stars were drafted in the first round of Thursday's MLB 2013 draft.
Loganville's Clint Frazier was taken fifth overall by the Cleveland Indians.
Frazier, the Red Devils centerfielder has extremely quick hands to the ball that generate a lot of power.
Just four picks later, Grayson's Austin Meadows was taken by the Pittsburgh Pirates ninth overall.
Meadows, rated as the fifth best prospect in the draft, throws and bats left, has terrific speed and is very athletic.