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373
CHRISTOPHER CUNNINGHAM
U ARIZONA
C
R/L
6'1"
195
08/21/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
374
MATTHEW HARRINGTON
NO SCHOOL
RHP
R/R
6'2"
185
02/01/1982
NS
 
COMMENT:
375
JOSE CRUZ
RICE U
SS
S/R
5'10"
185
07/13/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
376
MICHAEL HUGGINS
BAYLOR U
1B
R/R
6'3"
215
08/29/1980
4YR
COMMENT: Tall, strong, athletic body, similar to Scott Sheldon. Strong, quick, line-drive stroke. Occasional lift in swing. Drives ball in gaps. Adept around bag. Digs well with soft hands. Moves well laterally. Accelerating arm strength. Strong runner. Hard-nosed, dedicated player with good work ethic and versatile abilities.
377
BRETT NYQUIST
COL ST SCHOLASTICA
LHP
L/L
6'7"
205
05/07/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT: Extremely tall with thin, narrow frame. Body similar to Mark Mulder. High kick, cross-fire delivery. Touches 89 mph. Good hand speed, natural tail. Varies four off-speed pitches. Slider, change are best pitches. Sweeping, rotating slider is OK to lefties. Much-improved change, deceptive with sink, will throw anytime.
378
WILLIAM MEYER
TEXAS A&M U
C
R/R
6'1"
200
02/08/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
379
LAGATILA REYNOLDS
U WASHINGTON
SS
R/R
5'11"
185
02/07/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
380
ANTHONY REYES
U SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
RHP
R/R
6'1"
213
10/16/1981
4YR
COMMENT: Strong build. Quick leg lift and big tuck. Most fastballs 88-89 with some running life. Location makes sweeping curveball with some tilt, effective. Fine arm speed. Mixes pitches well. Work-horse type with physical attributes of power pitcher. Very focused, hard worker and coachable.
381
BRIAN BARRE
U SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
CF
L/L
5'9"
185
06/23/1980
4YR
COMMENT: Small, compact and well built. Strong for size. Lenny Dykstra model. Aggressive. Tough out. Surprising power for size. Can turn on ball or go other way. Can go get `em in outfield. Not afraid to leave feet. Quick first step.
382
CHRISTOPHER HAMBLEN
U CINCINNATI
C
S/R
6'1"
195
02/17/1980
4YR
COMMENT: Athletic build on large frame, strong upper body. Similar to Jason Kendall. Soft hands. Accelerating throws show carry with quick release. Straightaway hitter with line-drive power. Stronger, quicker swing from right side.
383
KEVIN RANDEL
CALIFORNIA ST U
SS
L/R
6'1"
180
06/11/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT: Sturdy physique. Square shoulders. Well-defined legs. Built similar to Gary Disarcina. Soft, quick hands, nimble feet. Anticipates well. Arm has carry. Smooth, fluid actions. Compact swing. Line drive hitter. Goes with pitch. Plays hard.
384
OSVALDO LUGO
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL U
RHP
R/R
6'0"
215
12/22/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT: Strong frame, Ricky Bottalico-like body. Smooth, three-quarter delivery and live arm. Ball explodes out of hand. Sharp 12-to-6 curveball. Slider has strong bite when down in zone. Solid arm action on deceptive change. Solid stuff, goes after hitters.
385
LANCE PENDLETON
KINGWOOD HS
RHP
L/R
6'3"
185
09/10/1983
HS
COMMENT: Medium frame. Long, lean, athletic build, similar to Orel Hershiser. Loose, free, easy arm. Fastball with occasional cutting-type life. Curve has proper rotation, but lacks snap. Converted outfielder who lacks pitching experience.
386
JOHN SCHNEIDER
U DELAWARE
C
R/R
6'3"
215
02/14/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
387
BLAKE WHEALY
U EVANSVILLE
SS
R/R
5'11"
190
05/27/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
388
CLAY STONE
RUSTON HS
RHP
R/R
6'5"
180
10/28/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
389
BRIAN MANFRED
SAN DIEGO ST U
C
R/R
6'2"
215
04/11/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT:
390
DEMETRIUS BANKS
CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY CC
LHP
L/L
6'0"
160
05/23/1983
JR
 
COMMENT: Medium, wiry build with long arms and sloping shoulders. Loosey-goosey arm action on _ delivery. Fastball shows late tailing movement down. Competes.
391
JULIO LASALLE
PALM BEACH ATLANTIC COL
RHP
R/R
6'2"
190
09/14/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT: Long arms, good pitcher's body, similar to Pedro Astacio. Three-quarter delivery with high leg kick. Explosive fastball with occasional bore on right-handed hitters. Sweeping curve through zone. Deceptive change when down and in. Poised on mound, strong and durable.
392
WILLIAM PETTIT
LOUISIANA ST U
RHP
R/R
6'1"
205
06/18/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
393
JAMES HOFFPAUIR
LAMAR U
RF
L/L
6'3"
185
03/01/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
394
REID SANTOS
SADDLEBACK CC
LHP
L/L
0'61"
155
08/24/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
395
DANIEL MEAD
MANATEE JC
LHP
L/L
6'3"
195
08/04/1981
JR
 
COMMENT:
396
BLAKE BLASE
JEFFERSON COL
1B
L/R
6'3"
225
01/31/1981
JR
 
COMMENT:
397
AARON SOBIERAJ
UNIVERSITY FLORIDA
2B
R/R
6'2"
175
06/03/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
398
TYLER KLIPPENSTEIN
U LETHBRIDGE
3B
R/R
6'4"
207
04/11/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
399
ADAM HALEY
U LOUISVILLE
SS
L/R
6'0"
175
09/04/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
400
THOMAS FULMER
THE CITADEL
RHP
R/R
6'2"
195
01/14/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
401
NICASIO COVARRUBIAS
CALIFORNIA ST U
RF
R/R
6'2"
195
06/12/1980
4YR
COMMENT: Tall, lean, muscular physique. Strong, athletic body, similar to Brady Anderson. Good bat speed. Short, quick stroke. Line-drive hitter with occasional power. Hits ball where it's pitched. Solid defender with playable, good carry arm. Good hands. Major League running speed. Also plays 3B. Top-notch individual. Goes by "Nick."
402
REID GORECKI
U DELAWARE
CF
R/R
6'1"
180
12/22/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
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