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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
107Derrick RobinsonPk Yonge Laboratory SchooOFS/L5'11"1701987-09-28HS350K
Comments: Regarded as the fastest player in th draft, he's a leadoff type who is a game-changer on both sides of the ball. He has a commitment to Florida for two sports.
108Craig BakerCal St NorthridgeRHPR/R6'2"2101985-01-314YR 
Comments: Serving as Northridge's usual Friday starter, he's struck out nearly a batter an inning. Pitching for a mediocre team, he could be this year's Matt Garza.
109Alexander CobbVero Beach Senior HSRHPR/R6'1"1801987-10-07HS350K
Comments: He's a fairly polished high school pitcher who was also a good quarterback. He throws a fastball in the low 90s, a plus curve as well as a split, and he can command all three.
110William HughesCal St Long BeachRHPR/R6'7"2301985-07-044YR350K
Comments: A former top high school prospect, Hughes is no longer as overpowering as when he was a 16th round pick in 2003. He still can throw a fastball in the 90s and a good slider, though not as consistently as the Dirtbags' ace this year.
111Enrique OrtaU MiamiRHPR/R6'2"1951984-11-064YR350K
112Ryan StriebyU Kentucky1BR/R6'6"2351985-08-094YR 
113Kyle OrrLambrick Park SS1BL/R6'5"2051988-09-29HS350K
114Justin ReedHillcrest Christian HSCFL/R5'11"1791987-11-29HS350K
Comments: He's very athletic, with a football scholarship to Mississippi. Speed is his best tool, though he's shown vast improvement with the bat and in center field.
115Blake DavisCal St FullertonSSL/R5'11"1601983-12-224YR350K
Comments: He's a leader both in the field and at the top of the lineup. He's very good defensively and has some pop with the bat. He also runs the bases well.
116Benjamin SnyderBall St ULHPL/L6'2"2051985-07-204YR 
Comments: He can throw four pitches (fastball, change, slider and curve ) for strikes, the epitome of a lefty with pitchability. He's a draft-eligible sophomore who hopes to join brother Brad as a pro.
117Kevin ThompsonPensacola JCRHPR/R6'2"1901985-08-26JR350K
Comments: Past elbow surgery is a concern, but this guy can throw. His fastball can reach the mid-90s and his changeup is above-average. He may be destined to the 'pen unless he can develop a breaking pitch.
118Marcus LemonEustis HSSSL/R5'11"1731988-06-03HS350K
Comments: Chet Lemon's son, he shows surprising power and has good speed. He can handle shortstop, but he could move to second base as a pro. He's off the charts in terms of makeup.
119Whitney RobbinsGeorgia Tech1BL/R6'2"2051984-09-254YR 
120Brandon MageeBradley URHPR/R6'5"2051983-07-264YR 
Comments: An improved college senior, he has reached as high as 95 mph with his fastball. His slider is better now, too, and he's mixed in a changeup.
121Glenn GibsonCenter Moriches HSLHPL/L6'4"1951987-09-21HS350K
Comments: The son of former big leaguer Paul Gibson, he's got an advanced feel for pitching, especially with his curve and changeup. The fastball, now just OK, will improve as his wiry frame fills out.
122Evan AnundsenColumbine HSRHPR/R6'3"01988-05-17HS350K
123Nathanial CulpU Missouri ColumbiaLHPL/L6'2"1801984-10-094YR350K
Comments: He may have benefited from Max Scherzer's injury, stepping into the Friday starter role and impressing before getting ripped by Texas Tech on May 12. His fastball sits in the upper 80s with a good breaking ball and changeup, all made better with excellent command.
124John HoldzkomSalt Lake CCRHPR/R6'8"2301987-10-19JR 
125Hector CorreaLorenzo Coballes GandiaRHPR/R6'3"1651988-03-18HS350K
126Garrett OlsonFranklin Pierce Col3BR/R6'2"2001985-03-104YR 
Comments: He plays in a Division II conference that uses wood, a plus for scouts. He handles the lumber well with at least average power. Defensively versatile, he's played all over the field.
127D'Arby MyersWestchester HSCFR/R6'3"1751988-12-09HS350K
128Chad LeeBarton County CCRHPR/R6'4"2001985-12-20JR350K
Comments: He missed all of last year with a torn ACL, but he has come back with a plus fastball and the makings of a good curve. There are still questions about his health.
129Christopher JohnsonStetson U3BR/R6'2"1801984-10-014YR 
130Gary HydeGeorgia TechLHPR/L6'2"1851985-02-144YR350K
131Judson MorrisSouth Mecklenburg HSLHPL/L6'3"1751988-01-10HS350K
Comments: Pitchability plus projectability makes a prospect. Morris' velocity spiked up to the upper 80s earlier this year, complementing a good slider.
132Clayton FullerSmithson Valley HSOFS/R6'2"1801987-06-17HS350K
133Jonathan StillNorth Carolina St UCR/R6'3"2151984-11-164YR 
134Colin CurtisArizona St URFL/L6'1"2001985-02-014YR350K
Comments: He's shown the ability to hit for average, draw walks and steal some bases, but hasn't developed consistent power. Defensively, he's average in center. He's a cancer survivor after being diagnosed in 1999.
135Tyler RevesTexas Tech UCR/R5'11"2081984-01-154YR 
136Edward DegermanRice URHPR/R6'4"2051983-09-144YR 
Comments: Fifth-year senior who has seen improvement in velocity and throws a good curve and change as well.
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