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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
137Jason GodinOld Dominion URHPR/R6'4"1771984-09-234YR 
138Helder VelazquezPuerto Rico BB Academy HSSSR/R6'3"1651988-10-14HS350K
139Shawn O'MalleySouthridge HSSSR/R5'10"1551987-12-28HS 
140Patrick BresnehanArizona St URHPR/R6'2"2051985-04-234YR350K
141Nathan AdcockNorth Hardin HSRHPR/R6'5"1901988-02-25HS 
142Scott SizemoreVirginia Commonwealth U2BR/R6'0"1851985-01-044YR350K
Comments: His junior season has been a far cry from his outstanding sophomore year when he hit .364-12-56 and continued it in the Cape League. A stocky 2B in the Marcus Giles mold, he can run fairly well and plays hard.
143Kyle SmitSpanish Springs HSRHPR/R6'2"1751987-10-14HS 
144Joshua RavinChatsworth HSRHPR/R6'4"1951988-01-21HS350K
145Bobby HensonTuttle HSSSR/R6'1"01987-12-15HS350K
146Michael McBrydeFlorida Atlantic UCFR/R6'2"1701985-03-224YR 
147Hector AmbrizUC Los AngelesRHPL/R6'1"2101984-05-244YR350K
Comments: A two-way player, he missed 2005 following shoulder surgery. He's been fine this year, using a good fastball as well as a slider and a splitter.
148Christopher DavisNavarro Col1BL/R6'3"2101986-03-17JR 
149Jeffrey SamardzijaU Notre DameRHPR/R6'6"2151985-01-234YR350K
Comments: A two-sport player, his stock could skyrocket if he gave up playing wide receiver for the Irish. Then he could focus on honing his four-pitch arsenal: a high-80s fastball, breaking ball, splitter and a developing changeup.
150Luke HopkinsNew Mexico St U1BL/R6'2"2401985-04-154YR 
151Cory VanAllenBaylor ULHPL/L6'3"1801984-12-244YR350K
Comments: He joined Andrew Miller and Drew Stubbs as 2003 third-rounders who didn't sign, but unlike them, he hasn't improved his status. He throws a fastball, curve and change, but none is plus.
152Christopher ErrecartUC BerkeleyLFS/L6'1"2101985-02-114YR350K
Comments: He wasn't able to use a strong Cape season as a springboard to a standout junior year. He's never hit over .300, but has some power potential. A strong arm makes him a right field candidate.
153Andrew UnderwoodFresno St URHPR/R6'5"2051985-05-204YR350K
154Stephen HolmesU Rhode IslandRHPR/R6'2"2051985-08-314YR350K
Comments: He's done nothing but win in college with average stuff and a bulldog mentality. He's got a deceptive fastball and two OK breaking pitches.
155David HatcherUNC WilmingtonCS/R6'2"01985-01-124YR 
156Devin ShepherdOxnard HSRFR/R6'3"2251987-09-09HS350K
Comments: The MVP of last summer's AFLAC All-American Game, he's built like a football player. He has good power potential with a strong throwing arm as a corner outfielder. Receives high grades for makeup.
157Quintin BerrySan Diego St UCFL/L6'0"1701984-11-214YR350K
Comments: His main game is speed, both at bat and in the field. He makes fairly consistent contact to use that speed. He's got enough pop that he could develop into more than a slap hitter.
158Jermaine MitchellUNC GreensboroCFL/L6'0"2001984-11-024YR 
159Casey HudspethU South FloridaRHPR/R6'0"1851984-10-014YR350K
160Kevin GundersonOregon St ULHPR/L5'10"1651984-09-164YR350K
Comments: His uncle, Eric, spent a decade in the bigs as a situational lefty. He's destined for the same vocation after being a very good college closer with an OK fastball and above-average slider.
161Christopher ArcherClayton HSRHPR/R6'2"1651988-09-26HS350K
162Kenneth HerndonGulf Coast CCRHPR/R6'5"2001985-09-04JR 
163Dustin RichardsonTexas Tech ULHPL/L6'6"2201984-01-094YR 
164George KontosNorthwestern URHPR/R6'3"2151985-06-124YR350K
165John ShelbyU Kentucky2BR/R5'11"1901985-08-064YR 
Comments: The son of the Pirate coach and former big leaguer of the same name, he struggled for most of 2006 before coming on late. He's shown the ability to hit for some power and steal a base.
166Shane RobinsonFlorida St UCFR/R5'9"1601984-10-304YR350K
Comments: He had a 40-game hitting streak a year ago while leading the country in hits and runs scored. He's got excellent speed and knows how to get on base to use it to his advantage.
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