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891
AARON GAMBOA
BAKERSFIELD COL
LHP
L/L
6'2"
165
08/26/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
921
DANIEL LONSBERRY
NORTHEAST TEXAS CC
RHP
R/R
0'0"
0
07/06/1983
JR
 
COMMENT:
951
DEREK PATTERSON
EVANGEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
LHP
R/L
6'2"
175
06/07/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
981
MICHAEL WATSON
PENN ST U
RHP
R/R
6'2"
180
09/28/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT: Strong, compact frame. Sneaky-type fastball sinks down and away from righties. Hits corners, gets strikeouts with curveball, best pitch. Mixes in straight change and slurve when ahead of hitter with good location. Aggressive, challenges hitters. Gets grounders with curve and change.
1011
RYAN MATTHEUS
GALT HS
RHP
R/R
6'3"
210
11/10/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
1041
ROBERT MADSEN
MCLENNAN CC
RHP
R/R
6'2"
200
05/31/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
1071
CLAYTON TRENARY
CRYSTAL RIVER HS
OF
R/R
0'0"
0
08/22/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
1101
VICTOR ALVAREZ
CHIPOLA JC
SS
S/R
5'10"
160
06/17/1983
JR
 
COMMENT:
1131
STEPHEN SUTTON
TEXARKANA CC
SS
L/R
6'2"
155
06/30/1983
JR
 
COMMENT:
1161
TOMAS SANTIAGO
PIKEVILLE COL
RHP
R/R
6'4"
210
10/30/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
1191
MATTHEW ALBIDREZ-GARZA
WASHINGTON UNION HS
RHP
R/R
6'4"
175
10/26/1983
HS
 
COMMENT: Long, lean and wiry frame with good strength potential. Fastball shows some sink with late life. Throws hard, tight, 11-to-5 curve. Class president with solid work ethic.
1221
JOHN DEFENDIS
XAVERIAN HS
CF
L/R
6'2"
180
03/12/1984
HS
COMMENT: Looks like a very young David Segui. Slight uppercut stroke. Looks to pull. Loose, over-the-top arm, fair extension out front. Long, easy-stride runner. Instincts on bases OK. A baseball player, enjoys game.
1251
JASON DOOLEY
BETHUNE-COOKMAN COL
RHP
R/R
6'3"
180
02/04/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
1280
JUSTIN HOYMAN
BREVARD JC
RHP
R/R
0'64"
160
04/17/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
1308
RYAN EARNEST
HARDAWAY HS
RHP
R/R
6'1"
175
07/12/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
1335
TYLER LITTLEHALES
BOULDER HS
CF
R/R
6'4"
210
10/20/1983
HS
COMMENT: Ben Grieve-like body, tall, angular and athletic. Average speed but quick and light on feet with smooth running mechanics. Strong hands and bat speed through zone. Arm strength with carry. Fluid defensive movements. Also pitches.
1362
JOSHUA MERINO
KIRKWOOD CC
RHP
R/R
6'5"
217
07/31/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
1388
JOHN BROWNELL
BUTLER COUNTY CC
RHP
R/R
6'3"
175
06/28/1983
JR
 
COMMENT: Medium-large frame. Tall, angular, long and lean. Body type similar to Ryan Franklin of the Mariners. Fastball has occasional tail in on right-handers. Slider has slurve break. Loose arm.
1414
JAMES POPP
DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY
RHP
R/R
6'4"
190
01/29/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT: Tall, square frame. Solid build, similar to Matt Anderson. Long, loose arm action. Live fastball tails down, away from righties. Good location, command, rotation of late-biting curve. Straight change sinks and tails. Circle change drops quick and in on righties. Knows how to set up batters. Works down well. Moves ball around zone.
1440
JARED THEODORAKOS
BAYLOR U
LHP
L/L
6'3"
225
03/15/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
1464
ANDREW YORK
COL THE SISKIYOUS
C
R/R
6'3"
205
05/02/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
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