Justin Campbell question

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So Justin is a sophomore. The MLB rule used to be if a high school player went the college route, they could enter the draft 3 years after high school graduation. Did the rule change? Is he coming back next year? Just curious.
 
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Campbell is 21 years old. Nothings changed!!! He's a 3rd year Sophomore that's been 3 years removed from HS and no he's not coming back. He's a projected 1st-2nd round pick
 

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So Justin is a sophomore. The MLB rule used to be if a high school player went the college route, they could enter the draft 3 years after high school graduation. Did the rule change? Is he coming back next year? Just curious.
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Didn't realize he had a "covid redshirt year". That makes sense why he can go to the draft as a sophomore.
Every school does it different... Since some players played during that COVID season, they get an extra year of eligibility. While some schools will list players true classification while others will simply say redshirt along with having an asterisk next to their year. Give it a few years and everything will be back to normal.