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Class Key:
J1 - Junior College, 1st year   J2 - Junior College, 2nd year   J3 - Junior College, 3rd year
DO - Dropout   NS - No School   HS - High School   SO - College sophomore
JR - College junior   SR - College senior   5S - College, 5th year senior
Pick Team Player School Pos B/T Ht Wt DOB Class
414Carson KainerU Texas AustinOFR/R6'1"1951984-10-274YR 
773Kody KaiserU Oklahoma2BS/R5'9"1851985-04-064YR350K
283Ryan KalishRed Bank Catholic HSCFL/L6'1"2051988-03-28HS350K
Comments: A football quarterback and two-way star on the diamond, he's been compared to Trot Nixon. He's got good bat speed and decent foot speed. He could play two ways at Virginia.
439Kyeong KangParkview HSLFL/L6'0"2001988-02-06HS 
381Joseph KantakevichCol William & MaryRHPR/R6'1"1951984-05-094YR 
615Wade KapteynIlliana Christian HSRHPR/R6'5"2101987-07-11HS 
Comments: Projectable and raw, his fastball has touched 94 mph with sink, but not consistently. He has a developing slider and change as well. Patience will be key to his development.
309Nathan KarnsJames Martin Senior HSRHPR/R6'5"2301987-11-25HS350K
Comments: Not as highly touted as other Texas prepsters, but he's a football star with good velocity and surprisingly good secondary pitches. Speed could increase when he gives up the gridiron.
920Jared KeelTroy U3BR/R6'1"1901984-08-034YR 
665Kevan KelleyCal St San BernardinoLHPL/L6'0"2001984-06-044YR 
792Ryan KelleyIndian River CCLHPL/L6'2"1751987-07-27JR 
1025Thomas KellyBakersfield ColRHPR/R6'2"2401987-09-27JR 
770William KellyHilton Head HSRHPR/R6'2"1701987-10-30HS 
21Ian KennedyU Southern CaliforniaRHPR/R6'0"1951984-12-194YR350K
Comments: Has been on radars for a long time, being drafted in the 14th round back in 2003. He hasn't been bad in 2006, but it's been a far cry from his first two college seasons. He's lost some velocity on the fastball, though he still knows how to pitch with an aggressive style and hard curve.
7Clayton KershawHighland Park HSLHPL/L6'3"2201988-03-19HS350K
Comments: Considered to be the top high school arm in the draft, Kershaw's fastball sits in the mid-90s to go along with a big curve and workable changeup. An oblique injury hasn't scared teams off.
1412John KessickLake Michigan ColRHPR/R6'5"2481985-01-11JR 
373Ryan KhouryU UtahSSR/R5'10"1801984-03-194YR 
1284Jose KianesMartin County HSRFS/L6'2"1821987-05-01HS 
12Kasey KikerRussell County HSLHPL/L5'11"1851987-11-19HS350K
Comments: Only questions about makeup have kept him from being at the top of high school pitching depth charts. Fastball sits in mid-90s and he throws a changeup and curve as well.
797Colby KillianWarren County HSRHPR/R6'0"1921988-06-05HS 
1310Ryan KilmerMidwest City HSCFR/R6'3"2001986-11-12HS 
361Cole KimballCentenary ColRHPR/R6'3"2251985-08-014YR350K
865Brandon KimbrelCameron Yoe HSRHPR/R6'3"2001987-11-28HS 
408Jeff KindelGeorgia TechOFL/L6'3"1951983-09-014YR 
551Daryl KingBenicia HSLFR/R6'4"2281988-01-21HS 
662Johnathan KingNortheastern OK A&MRHPR/R6'2"2101985-01-25JR 
91Stephen KingWinter Park HSSSR/R6'2"1951987-10-02HS350K
Comments: He's got tools galore both offensively and defensively, but some leg injuries in the past have limited his time to be seen. Performance hasn't lived up to potential as of yet.
243Thomas KingTroy USSR/R5'10"1901984-08-034YR 
1182Rian KiniryBroward CCCFL/R5'10"1601986-12-12JR 
1121Brett KinningArkansas St U2BR/R5'10"1751983-12-304YR 
1021Taylor KinzerHomestead HSOFR/R6'3"2131988-01-07HS 
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