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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
45Jason TaylorFloyd E Kellam HSSSR/R6'0"01988-01-14HS 
46David ChristensenM Stoneman Douglas HSOFR/R6'1"1951988-02-11HS350K
Comments: Toolsy outfielder who can do a little bit of everything, with speed his best tool. Capable of playing center or right, he may have a strong commitment to Miami.
47Joshua ButlerU San DiegoRHPR/R6'5"2001984-12-114YR350K
Comments: He followed up a decent sophomore season with a very good one as the Toros' Saturday starter, beginning by shutting down Texas. With a projectable frame, his fastball touches 94 and he throws a plus slider and an improving changeup.
48Michael FelixTroy ULHPL/L5'11"1901985-08-134YR350K
Comments: He profiles best as a reliever with a fastball that touches 93 mph and a plus hard breaking ball. He's worked on a changeup, but he may not need it out of the 'pen.
49Christopher TillmanFountain Valley HSRHPR/R6'5"1951988-04-15HS350K
Comments: One of the most projectable bodies in the draft, Tillman's performance hasn't met expectations late in the season. Still, he's got a fastball that sits in the low 90s and a big overhand curve.
50Ronald BourquinOhio St U3BL/R6'3"01985-04-294YR 
Comments: He has very good power potential, though he hasn't shown it in games. His bat will carry him, as his defense is adequate at best, meaning a move to first base or the outfield is likely.
51Jeffrey LockeA Crosby Kennett Sr HSLHPL/L6'2"1801987-11-20HS 
Comments: A New England talent who is very projectable. His main pitch is a fastball, which has hit as high as 95 mph on the gun. His secondary pitches need work.
52Sean WatsonU TennesseeRHPR/R6'2"2151985-07-244YR350K
Comments: A college closer with four usable pitches. He hasn't been consistent in his junior year, but when on, he's effective with a good fastball and a nasty knuckle-curve.
53Chad HuffmanTexas Christian U2BR/R6'1"2051985-04-294YR350K
Comments: He comes from an athletic family, with brother Royce in Triple-A. His bat will carry him, both for average and developing power. He may end up at third base or in the outfield.
54Thomas FurnishTexas Christian ULHPS/L6'1"1851985-01-194YR350K
Comments: A no-hitter at the beginning of the season ensured that scouts would follow him. He's got a good fastball (92-94 mph) and a hard curve.
55Brett AndersonStillwater HSLHPL/L6'4"2151988-02-01HS350K
Comments: More like a college pitcher, he's the most polished high school arm in the draft. He throws a fastball, curve and changeup with terrific command. His father, Frank, is Oklahoma State's head coach.
56Steven WrightU HawaiiRHPR/R6'1"2001984-08-304YR350K
Comments: He's served as a closer, swingman and now the Friday starter for Hawaii and has shown the ability to make hitters swing and miss while keeping walks way down. He carried a five-game winning streak into late May.
57Joshua RodriguezRice U2BR/R6'0"1851984-12-184YR350K
Comments: Elbow problems cost him the shortstop job at Rice, but he rebounded by playing second and third, better fits for him defensively. With the bat, he's got gap power and good plate discpline.
58Ryan AdamsJesuit HS3BR/R6'0"1851987-04-21HS350K
Comments: Has advanced skills at the plate with pitch recognition and a line-drive swing. Has tools to play short, but may end up being offensive 2B. Hamstring problem could cloud status.
59Sean BlackLenape HSRHPR/R6'3"1851988-04-23HS350K
Comments: He wasn't on radars at all until he hit 95 mph this spring. His curve and changeup are works in progress, though the curve can be a plus pitch.
60Brent BrewerSandy Creek HSSSR/R6'2"1901987-12-19HS350K
Comments: Raw and toolsy, he's committed to FSU for football. He's got ridiculous speed, which could play well in center, though he was a shortstop in high school.
61Wade LeblancU Alabama TuscaloosaLHPL/L6'3"1901984-08-074YR350K
Comments: A polished college lefty who goes right after hitters. His fastball barely touches 90 and he's got a big slow curve to go along with it. The National Freshman of the Year, he has bounced back from an injury-plagued sophomore season (bruised collarbone) to pitch effectively in 2006.
62Kevin MulveyVillanova URHPR/R6'2"1901985-05-264YR350K
Comments: Drafted by the Cardinals in 34th round of 2003 draft, Mulvey uses a plus fastball and developing breaking ball as Villanova's Saturday starter.
63Thomas HickmanPepperell HSCFL/L6'1"1751988-04-18HS 
64William BensonJoliet Catholic AcademyLFR/R6'1"01988-03-05HS350K
Comments: He has a power-speed combination that excites scouts. A football star as well, his interest lies on the diamond. He's raw, but projectable.
65Andrew CarpenterCal St Long BeachRHPR/R6'3"2301985-05-184YR350K
Comments: A transfer from JC, Carpenter has shot up draft boards with consistent performances. He throws a fastball in the low 90s, a slider and a splitter.
66Trevor CahillVista HSRHPR/R6'3"1951988-03-01HS350K
Comments: A shortstop for most of his high school career, he's shown a lot in his first full year of pitching with a good fastball and curve. He may be a tough sign with a commitment to Dartmouth
67Sergio PerezU TampaRHPR/R6'3"2301984-12-054YR350K
Comments: The top Division II pitcher in the draft, he's pitched Tampa into the College World Series with a heavy fastball and a plus slider. He may profile as a reliever as a pro.
68Dustin EvansGeorgia Southern URHPR/R6'4"2151984-09-244YR350K
Comments: An elbow injury kept him out of action for more than a month, and his stuff hasn't returned. Still, he can hit mid-90s on the gun and has shown a plus slider at times.
69Wesley HodgesGeorgia Tech3BR/R6'1"2051984-09-144YR350K
Comments: He's followed up a .397 sophomore breakout with a strong junior season, with a lower average but a tick more power. He has the skills to stay at third defensively.
70Stephen EnglundBellevue HSOFR/R6'3"2001988-06-06HS350K
Comments: He has a projectable body and should play at third base or in the outfield. He's got serious power potential, but he lacks the approach to put it to use in games.
71Justin MastersonSan Diego St URHPR/R6'6"2351985-03-224YR350K
Comments: Transfered from Bethel to SD State after dominating in the Cape Cod League last summer. He's been inconsistent as a junior Friday starter, but scouts like his arm and his low 90s sinking fastball and a nasty slider. He could profile as a reliever down the road.
72Robert FontaineDaytona Beach CCSSL/R6'2"1851985-10-22JR 
73Matthew LongMiami URHPR/R6'5"2201984-02-234YR350K
Comments: Maybe the third time is the charm; he's been drafted twice before. He had Tommy John elbow surgery in 2004 and is now getting his stuff back as college closer with plus fastball and curve.
74Jonathan JayU MiamiOFL/L5'11"2001985-03-154YR350K
Comments: Speed is his game and he gets on base to take advantage of it. He hit .408 in his sophomore season. He may be a left fielder down the road, but can stay in center for now.
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