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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
77Blake WoodGeorgia TechRHPR/R6'4"2251985-08-084YR350K
78Keith WeiserMiami ULHPR/L6'3"2001984-09-214YR350K
Comments: A polished lefty with pitchability, he's taken a step backward in terms of performance and velocity.
79Nicholas FullerKell HSRHPR/R6'1"1951988-01-09HS350K
Comments: He's got a live mid-90s fastball and a slider that has the chance to be a plus plus offering. He's got a maximim-effort delivery that concerns some, but he has the makings of a future closer.
80Shelby FordOklahoma St U2BS/R6'3"01984-12-154YR 
81Anthony ButlerOak Creek HSLHPL/L6'7"2051987-11-18HS 
82Brennan BoeschUC BerkeleyCFL/L6'5"2131985-04-124YR 
83Aaron BatesNorth Carolina St U1BR/R6'4"2321984-03-104YR350K
Comments: Taken in the eighth round last year as a draft-eligible sophomore, he hit .425 a year ago then was a Cape League All-Star. Hasn't been as good this year, but was finishing well. He could move back to catcher as a pro.
84Christopher ValaikaUC Santa BarbaraSSR/R6'1"1801985-08-144YR350K
Comments: He's come back well from a torn ACL last year and is a solid infielder with some pop in his bat. He may profile best as a second baseman or a utility guy.
85Zachary BrittonWeatherford HSLHPL/L6'2"1721987-12-22HS350K
Comments: He jumped on radars when his fastball hit 94 mph early this spring. He hasn't kept that up, but he's a projectable southpaw whose curve should continue to improve.
86Dallas BuckOregon St URHPR/R6'2"2101984-11-114YR350K
Comments: A good athlete who played defensive back for two years in college, he has had an alarming drop in velocity in his junior season. Never a hard thrower to begin with, has still managed to help OSU win games. But some scouts fear an injury is behind the drop, causing him to slide on most boards.
87Kevin HankerdU Southern CaliforniaLFR/R6'3"2151985-01-244YR350K
Comments: A solid hitter with the ability to go to all fields, he's a run producer who's increased his power output this year. He profiles as a left fielder as a pro.
88Chad TracyPepperdine UCR/R6'3"2001985-07-044YR 
Comments: The son of Pirates manager Jim Tracy, he headlines a weak class of college catchers. More offensive-minded, Tracy has shown some ability to hit for average and power, though the latter was down in 2006.
89Clayton TannerDe La Salle HSLHPL/L6'2"1851987-12-05HS 
90Torre LangleyRobert S Alexander HSCR/R5'9"1751987-10-09HS 
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.
92Cole GillespieOregon St ULFR/R6'1"2051984-06-204YR350K
Comments: One of the most improved college bats with decent tools. Shoulder surgeries have weakend his arm, so he probably profiles as a left fielder.
93Cedric HunterMartin Luther King HSCFL/L6'0"1851988-03-10HS350K
Comments: Raw athlete who has hit close to .600 his last two years in high school. Good swing creates consistent results. A tweener defensively in the outfield.
94Joseph SmithWright St URHPR/R6'2"2051984-03-224YR350K
Comments: A sidearming reliever, he actually increased his velocity when he began dropping down. He now can throw in the low 90s with a good slider and change.
95Scott CousinsU San FranciscoLFL/L6'2"1901985-01-224YR 
Comments: A two-way player, he's still liked by some as a pitcher, though most like his bat better. He has good speed and could develop into a power-hitting center fielder once he stops pitching.
96Tyler RobertsonBella Vista HSLHPL/L6'5"2251987-12-23HS 
97Jason DonaldU ArizonaSSR/R6'1"1951984-09-044YR350K
Comments: A good athlete with strong defensive skills, he was a top high school prospect who went in the 20th round in 2003. He hasn't progressed with the bat as much as some had hoped.
98Matthew SulenticHillcrest HSOFL/R5'10"1701987-10-06HS350K
Comments: A smallish outfielder who has put up monster numbers. His tools grade out as average, but his makekup is off the charts.
99Nick MoresiFresno St UCFR/R6'4"1901984-11-224YR 
100Chad RodgersWalsh Jesuit HSLHPL/L6'3"1851987-11-23HS 
Comments: He has a three-pitch mix -- fastball, curve, changeup -- that he can throw for strikes. He's got good pitchability for a high schooler, and his fastball tops out at 90 mph.
101Adam DavisU FloridaSSS/R5'9"1851984-10-154YR350K
Comments: A hard-nosed middle infielder, Davis has joined most of his Gators teammates in a down year. Has shown some power and speed in the past. He played short this season, but profiles better as a second baseman.
102Russell MoldenhauerBoerne HSOFL/R5'11"2001987-09-24HS 
103Bryson CoxRice URHPR/R6'4"2001984-08-104YR350K
104Zachary McAllisterIllinois Valley Central HRHPR/R6'5"2301987-12-08HS350K
Comments: With a father who's a crosschecker for the D-Backs, he's a very polished high school pitcher. He's grown a lot and now can touch the low 90s, along with a slider and change.
105Justin EdwardsOlympia HSLHPL/L5'11"1701987-09-07HS350K
Comments: One of the top high school lefties out of Florida, he's shown good command of his fastball, change and curve. Velocity has varied, but he's hit 90 mph.
106Gary DaleyCal Poly San Luis ObispoRHPR/R6'3"2001985-11-014YR350K
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