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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
167Harold MozingoVirginia Commonwealth URHPR/R6'1"1901985-03-294YR 
Comments: Drafted by the Mets in 2003, he missed a month with a hand injury. When healthy, he spots his fastball along with a plus changeup and curve with outstanding command.
168Kevin ClarkManatee JCRFL/R6'0"2051985-12-10JR 
169Nevin AshleyIndiana St UCR/R6'2"2101984-08-144YR350K
170James NegrychU Pittsburgh2BL/R5'10"1801985-03-024YR350K
171Adam MooreU Texas ArlingtonCR/R6'3"2151984-05-084YR 
172Jordan NewtonWestern Kentucky UCR/R5'11"2051985-08-294YR 
Comments: He's had an excellent career offensively in college, showing power and surprising speed. Defensively, he's average at best and could move to the outfield as a pro.
173Garrett WhiteU MississippiLHPR/L6'5"01984-05-224YR350K
174Jordan SmithCC Southern NevadaRHPR/R6'4"2101986-02-04JR 
175Jason BerkenClemson URHPR/R5'11"1901983-11-274YR350K
176Ryan RohlingerU OklahomaSSR/R6'1"1851983-10-074YR350K
177Robert SideU GeorgiaCFR/R6'1"1801983-12-044YR 
178Jacob BrighamCentral Florida ChristianRHPR/R6'3"01988-02-10HS350K
Comments: A power arm who sits comfortably at 93 mph, his curve could become a plus pitch, and he's working on a change. He's got good mechanics and a fluid delivery.
179Joshua LansfordCal Poly San Luis Obispo3BR/R6'2"2201984-07-314YR350K
180Brian JerolomanU FloridaCL/R6'0"1901985-05-104YR350K
Comments: Perhaps the top defensive catcher in the class, he's very quick behind the plate and possesses an outsanding arm. Questions remain about his ability to hit at the next level as his average plummeted this season.
181Zechry ZinicolaArizona St URHPR/R6'1"2201985-03-024YR350K
Comments: A former two-way player who moved into a full-time bullpen role this year, he's shared closer duties with Brett Bordes. His command has been off, but he's shown the ability to pitch well under pressure in last year's College World Series.
182Micah WrightOklahoma St ULHPL/L6'4"01983-11-014YR 
183Timothy BascomU Central FloridaRHPR/R6'1"1901985-01-044YR 
Comments: He's a strike-thrower with four pitches. He uses his slider and curve to make his fastball seem harder, missing more bats than the radar gun would indicate.
184Scott SchaferPasadena Memorial HSRHPR/R6'1"1801987-09-25HS 
185Justin JacobsChino HSSSR/R6'2"1851988-07-31HS350K
186Jeffrey ChristyU Nebraska LincolnCR/R6'0"2101984-04-134YR350K
187Daniel BrauerNorthwestern ULHPL/L6'0"2101983-10-144YR350K
188Andrew BaileyWagner ColRHPR/R6'3"2201984-05-314YR 
189David NorrisCal Poly San Luis ObispoRHPR/R6'0"1951985-03-024YR350K
Comments: His power stuff and aggressive attitude may mean a relief role, but he's taken over as Cal Poly's Friday starter and fared well with a plus fastball and a decent breaking pitch.
190Steven FigueroaEdgewater HSRHPR/R5'11"1951988-05-01HS 
191Daniel CrepsTexas A&M URHPR/R6'2"1801985-02-234YR350K
192Robert FishAB Miller HSLHPL/L6'2"2151988-01-19HS350K
193Zachary DaegesCreighton U3BL/R6'4"2251983-11-164YR350K
194Mitchell HilligossPurdue USSR/R6'1"2001985-06-174YR 
195Brian OmogrossoIndiana St URHPR/R6'4"2301984-04-264YR350K
196Floyd NorrickSouthern Illinois U CarboLHPL/L6'3"2101983-09-274YR 
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