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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
1418Nicholas AdditonWestern HSLHPL/L6'3"1701987-12-16HS 
1096Adrian AlanizU Texas AustinRHPR/R6'3"1951984-03-124YR 
586Brandon BuckmanU Nebraska Lincoln1BL/L6'5"2251984-02-144YR 
796Garrett BussiereUC BerkeleyCR/R6'3"1781985-08-284YR 
1246Mitchell CanhamOregon St UCL/R6'2"2151984-09-254YR350K
376David CarpenterWest Virginia UCR/R6'2"2051985-07-154YR 
556Amaury Cazana MartiNO SCHOOLRFR/R6'1"2121978-09-02NS 
1126Logan CollierGuilford ColRHPR/R6'7"1951985-04-054YR 
616Brandon CooneyFlorida Atlantic URHPR/R6'6"2401985-08-024YR 
256Allen CraigUC BerkeleySSR/R6'3"2101984-07-184YR 
106Gary DaleyCal Poly San Luis ObispoRHPR/R6'3"2001985-11-014YR350K
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.
646Mark DiapoulesMartin County HSRHPR/R6'0"1901988-05-31HS 
436Jonathan EdwardsKeller HSRFR/R6'5"2301988-01-08HS350K
316Blair EricksonUC IrvineRHPR/R6'1"2101984-10-284YR350K
Comments: A career college closer, he saved 20 games in his first two seasons with Irvine, racking up 103 K's in 72 1/3 IP. The 2005 second-team All-American was among the nation's leaders in saves again this season even though he stepped into the rotation for two starts. Command has been an issue at times as his walk total has been higher than one might want to see from an elite closer.
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.
1036Isaias GarciaU Houston2BR/R5'9"1851984-08-204YR 
736Roberto GomezU Texas Pan AmericanLHPL/L6'2"1951985-01-044YR 
1362John GoodmanGeorgia TechRHPR/R6'0"1851984-08-244YR 
226Luke GorsettU Nebraska LincolnOFR/R6'1"01985-05-284YR350K
1333Cameron GrantHermitage HSCFR/R5'9"1501988-06-02HS 
856Lucas GregersonSt Xavier URHPR/R6'3"2001984-05-144YR 
886William GroffState U Col of New York C2BR/R5'11"1851984-11-174YR 
76Mark HamiltonTulane U1BL/L6'4"01984-07-294YR350K
Comments: A streaky hitter who has had a big junior season, he can hit for power to all fields while hitting for average and working the strike zone. He's adequate defensively.
766D' Marcus IngramNorth Little Rock HSCFR/R5'9"1701988-03-30HS350K
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.
1216Tyler MachOklahoma St U3BR/R6'1"1951984-12-114YR 
1502Charles MatthewsAthens AcademyRHPR/R6'5"2001988-07-19HS 
706LaCurtis MayesRiverside Poly HSRHPR/R5'11"1851988-08-02HS 
1186Matthew MichaelGrand Canyon ULHPL/L5'11"1901983-11-134YR 
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