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1251Coulon, DavidU ArizonaLHPL/L6'00"1751986-02-22JR400K
444Cowan, JacobRoswell HSRHPL/R6'03"1651988-06-30HS400K
1107Cox, DanielU WashingtonSSL/R6'01"1801986-07-10SO
587Coyle, RobertChatsworth HSCFL/L6'01" 1989-03-06HS400K
369Crancer, WalterGeorgia TechRFL/R6'00"2151984-07-07SR
286Crockett, MarcusCompton CCCFL/L5'10"1901987-01-20J3
445Crowell, CodyVanderbilt ULHPL/L6'03"2151985-08-23SR
279Crowley, JamesGalveston ColSSL/R5'10"1801987-03-19J2
46Cumberland, AndrewPace HSSSL/R5'10"1751989-01-13HS400K
Comments: Cumberland is one the faster players in this year's draft class and will get a long look from some because of his leadoff potential. He makes good contact, though he'll never hit for power and is simply a solid baseball player who plays the game right. His main drawback is where he fits in defensively, but whether it's at short, second or in the outfield, many think his speed game will play anywhere.
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222Cunningham, JeffreyU South Alabama1BL/R6'03"2201986-03-22JR400K
1289Cure, ScottIdalia HSLHPL/L6'03"1901989-02-04HS
449Curtis, JohnCal St FullertonCL/R6'02"2101984-11-225S
321Cusick, MatthewU Southern California2BL/R5'10"1901986-05-05JR400K
Comments: With his bat control and outstanding makeup, Cusick should get plenty of attention and could be a nice No. 2 hitter in the future. His ability to hit for average and get on base should appeal to the stats-hungry crowd.
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584D'alessio, AndrewClemson U1BL/R6'03"1961984-09-23SR400K
432Davis, KentrailTheodore HSCFL/R5'09"1951988-06-29HS400K
Comments: A perfect example of the high risk/high reward toolsy athlete, Davis does have all five tools, even if they are raw. In some ways, he showed better over the summer at showcases with wood bats than he has during this season. Whether that hurts or helps him remains to be seen.
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102Davis, LarsU Illinois ChampaignCL/R6'04"2151985-11-07SR
577Day, KyleMichigan St UCL/R5'11"2001986-07-13SO
1369Decater, KyleBellevue CCLFL/R6'01"1801987-11-21J1
502DeJesus, AntonioU KentuckyCFL/L5'11"1851986-01-25JR400K
554Delagarza, AndrewCoastal Carolina ULHPL/L6'04"2001984-10-20SR
659Delaney, MitchellSt Thomas of Villanova SS1BL/R6'02"2151989-04-14HS400K
171DeLome, CollinLamar UCFL/R6'02"1951985-12-18JR400K
Comments: DeLome has had a solid junior season which has gotten some notice in a weak college hitting class. He's hit well in college, but there is concern whether those skills will translate in the professional game. Defensively, he's learning the nuances of center field and there's hope he may be Major League average there, letting his speed work for him.
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401Dennis, ChristopherSt Thomas of Villanova SSLFL/R6'01"2051988-09-15HS400K
112Descalso, DanielUC Davis3BL/R5'10" 1986-10-19JR400K
545Dettrich, JuliusArlington HSLHPL/L6'03"1651988-09-23HS
923Diekman, JacobCloud County CCLHPL/L6'04" 1987-01-21J2
111Dietrich, DerekSt Ignatius HS3BL/R6'01" 1989-07-18HS400K
231Dixon, DavidAuburn U2BL/R6'02"2051985-08-28JR
168Dixon, DennisU OregonOFL/R6'04"2051985-01-11SR
41Doolittle, SeanU Virginia1BL/L6'03"1901986-09-26JR400K
Comments: Doolittle has excellent hitting skills and should hit well for average as a pro. An athletic first baseman with good hands, his draft status may depend on how much power scouts think he will hit for at the next level. He's a safe, solid draft pick who should have a big-league future. He was a two-way player at Virginia, but most scouts see him as a hitter and not a pitcher.
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