Yep. This happens. I feel badly for the guy.
But he's one of the 14 out of 18 pitchers taken in the first round of that 2015 draft who haven't made it up to MLB.
Many of those 14 won't, although a handful still have a way better shot at it than Jay, that's for sure.
And even of the four that have so far, two of them have given their teams a total of 5 innings their teams might have been better off without (Fulmer and Allard).
More fuel for the argument that maybe focusing on position players at the top of the draft isn't such a crazy idea.