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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
10Bumgarner, MadisonSouth Caldwell HSLHPR/L6'04"2151989-08-01HS400K
Comments: Bumgarner certainly looks the part, with the body type and fastball of a professional pitcher. Lefties from the high school ranks with plus velocity like that don't come around very often. Any team who takes him will have to keep him from changing his arm angle on his breaking stuff, but chances are there will be many teams willing to give that a shot.
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17Beavan, BlakeIrving HSRHPR/R6'06"2001989-01-17HS400K
Comments: Beavan is a very confident young man who knows all eyes are on him. He didn't do anything to disappoint in his senior season. He was virtually unhittable all year with a plus fastball and slider coming from a big, athletic frame. He beat Cuba in Cuba for team USA last summer, so clearly he has no problem with pressure situations. His size and his arm strength alone would be enough, but throw in some decent command and excellent stuff and he won't likely make it past the first 20 picks of the first round.
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30Brackman, AndrewNorth Carolina St URHPR/R6'11" 1985-12-04JR400K
Comments: The concern with Brackman heading into his first full season as a baseball player only was how durable he would be. The former basketball standout had never spent an entire college season as a starting pitcher and he ended up being shut down with a tired arm late in the year. Still, the pure stuff, including a 97-mph fastball when he's 100 percent, intrigues many scouts and despite the inconsistent year, he's still in the first-round fray as more of a college project than an advanced arm.
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35Borbon, JulioU TennesseeCFL/L6'01"1801986-02-20JR400K
Comments: After missing the first chunk of the season with a fractured ankle, Borbon returned on March 20. The key for him was to show that his best tool, his speed, had returned, and he was beginning to do just that, though the extra-base pop scouts saw last year and over the summer wasn't there consistently. Pure center fielders with leadoff skills are not numerous in this draft, so Borbon still should garner plenty of early-round consideration.
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49Burgess, MichaelHillsborough HSRFL/L5'11"1951988-10-20HS400K
Comments: Burgess profiles as a future left-handed power-hitting corner outfielder. While he struggled with his swing early this season, his bat speed and hand-eye coordination will keep scouts intrigued. He can throw and field his position, but it's his bat that will carry him.
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58Bachanov, JonathanUniversity HSRHPR/R6'04"2101989-01-30HS400K
Comments: Bachanov is a relative latecomer to the "draft prospect" stage. It's clear he has some things to learn in terms of mechanics and mound presence, but the arm strength scouts love is definitely there. He has the chance to have a plus fastball to go along with a very good breaking ball. He may be a bit of a project, but it's there.
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59Brown, CoreyOklahoma St URFL/L6'02" 1985-11-26JR400K
95Barnese, NicholasSimi Valley HSRHPR/R6'02" 1989-01-11HS400K
127Barney, DarwinOregon St USSR/R5'10"1751985-11-08JR400K
Comments: To compare him with another college shortstop, Brian Friday, Barney might have less bat, but more glove. He's very dependable at a premium position, but his bat may mean he's a defensive-minded utility player in the big leagues. He compares favorably with Blake Davis, who was a fourth-round pick out of Cal State Fullerton in 2006.
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129Bascom, TimothyU Central FloridaRHPR/R6'01"2051985-01-04SR400K
150Banwart, TravisWichita St URHPR/R6'03"2001986-02-14JR400K
155Biell, DustinInglemoor HSCFL/R6'00"1801989-03-19HS
169Bowman, AndrewU Nebraska LincolnLHPR/L6'04"1901985-11-08JR400K
176Blair, KyleLos Gatos HSRHPR/R6'04" 1988-09-27HS400K
Comments: Blair is a projectable high school right-hander with good size and a good, but not great, arm. He's got an average fastball with average commmand, but there's room for growth in his frame, which could lead to more ticks on the fastball. His slider has the chance to be a decent offering, but is very inconsistent right now. There are plenty of teams who like projection from their high schoolers and Blair fits that mold.
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208Brasier, RyanWeatherford ColRHPR/R6'00"1901987-08-26J1
233Brummett, TysonUC Los AngelesRHPR/R6'02"1801984-08-15SR
235Boone, RandyU Texas AustinRHPR/R6'03"2151984-08-06SR400K
237Baum, JustinU Pacific3BR/R6'01" 1985-10-06JR400K
242Berlind, DanielLos Angeles Pierce ColRHPR/R6'07"2101987-12-03J1400K
248Bankston, MauriceTexarkana CCRHPR/R6'04"2051987-06-17J2
261Bettis, ChadMonterey HSRHPR/R6'01"1801989-04-26HS
281Bueno, KristianCalallen HSLHPL/L6'02"1951988-12-10HS
285Brown, AaronU HoustonRHPR/R6'06"2001986-05-25JR400K
300Berger, EricU ArizonaLHPL/L6'01"1951986-04-22SO
316Barrow, BrandonZachary HSLHPL/L6'04"1951989-04-18HS
348Belt, BrandonSan Jacinto Col NorthLHPL/L6'05"1851988-04-20J1
351Bono, RobertWaterford HSRHPR/R6'02"1751988-12-12HS400K
357Buschini, ShaneU San DiegoRFL/L6'04" 1985-04-24SR
363Bouchard, MatthewGeorgetown USSR/R5'11"1801986-12-12JR
390Brown, GaryDiamond Bar HSCFR/R6'00"1701988-09-28HS400K
Comments: Brown was on the rise this season as perhaps the fastest player in the draft class. Those who see a speed-only right-handed hitter may be underestimating him as he has surprising strength and more power than you'd think by looking at him.
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