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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
775Monti, JasonSacred Heart URHPR/R6'01"2101985-03-15SR
145Mills, BradleyU ArizonaLHPL/L6'00"1851985-03-05SR400K
Comments: Mills was a 22nd round draft pick by the Toronto Blue Jays a year ago, but turned down their offer to return for a senior season. He has the chance to be a starter with an average fastball and above-average curve and changeup. He'd be considered much more highly if he had exhibited more consistent fastball command. At the very least, he could be an effective lefty bullpen type.
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205McDade, MichaelSilverado HS1BS/R6'02"2501989-05-08HS
505Mastroianni, DarinU Southern Indiana2BR/R5'11"1901985-08-26JR
56Magnuson, TrystanU LouisvilleRHPL/R6'07"2101985-06-065S400K
595Letko, BrianEmbry-Riddle ULHPL/L6'05"1951985-01-23SR
265Leffler, RobertU TampaRHPR/R6'02"2101984-08-07SR
925Kaye, DavidRiverview High SchoolRHPR/R6'02"1901988-09-09HS
475Jennings, NathanU Texas TylerRHPR/R6'00"1801984-12-24SR
45Jackson, JustinT C Roberson HSSSR/R6'02"1751988-12-11HS400K
Comments: Jackson has been on the radar screen for a long time, with scouts seeing him many times over the years as they came to TC Roberson High School to see Cameron Maybin. He entered into the season as one of the top prep middle infielders in the class, but has seen his stock fall some over the course of the year. His defense has never really been questioned, but his ability to hit at the next level has. He did finish his senior season strongly at the plate and that could help him come draft day.
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625Hale, WillieOhio St URHPR/R6'07"1901985-12-11SO
835Gilligan, KyleConnors St ColSSR/R6'02"1851988-03-07J1
715Gailey, FrankWest Chester ULHPL/L5'11"1851985-11-18SR
115Farina, AlanClemson URHPR/R5'11"1951986-08-09JR400K
Comments: Farina has done a nice job as a middle reliever for Clemson, but there are those who think he might be able to start at the next level. That's because of a fastball with good velocity, and three other pitches that project to be average offerings if given the chance to develop them. He's aggressive and usually around the strike zone as well.
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355Emaus, BradleyTulane U2BR/R6'00"1901986-03-28JR400K
88Eiland, EricLamar HSCFL/L6'02" 1988-09-16HS400K
Comments: Eiland is a toolsy high school outfielder who really put himself on the map at the Area Code Games last year. His performance this year hasn't necessarily lived up to that impression, but his skills are still undeniable. A hamstring injury hampered him for part of the season, but when healthy, Eiland has the ability to use his speed on both sides of the ball. He's got great bat speed, which could lead to more power. How much people think he'll hit could determine his draft status.
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655Dunbar, CodyTexas Christian URHPR/R6'03"2251985-12-04JR
745Dougher, JamesSUNY CortlandRHPR/R6'07"2251985-07-03SR
445Crowell, CodyVanderbilt ULHPL/L6'03"2151985-08-23SR
565Corrigan, ChristopherSan Jacinto Col NorthRHPR/R6'02"1551987-12-24J1
385Condotta, StevenFlorida TechSSR/R6'00"1801985-03-18SR
325Collins, JoelU South AlabamaCR/R6'01"1951986-04-24JR
38Cecil, BrettU Maryland College ParkLHPR/L6'03"2201986-07-02JR400K
Comments: Cecil's slider alone will get him to the big leagues. If he can add a changeup to throw to righties, he could close. At the very least, he could become a very good left-handed setup man in a big-league bullpen. He got a start at the end of Maryland's season and there are those who think he has the stuff to be in a rotation in the future.
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865Carrillo, XorgeMcClintock HSCR/R6'01"2101989-04-12HS
805Buckwalter, RossShippensburg URHPR/R6'00"1751985-01-27SR
235Boone, RandyU Texas AustinRHPR/R6'03"2151984-08-06SR400K
21Arencibia, JonathanU TennesseeCR/R6'01"2101986-01-05JR400K
Comments: Heading into the year, the Tennessee backstop was on the short list of top college catchers in the draft class. A nagging back injury has really hampered his production and given scouts some cause for concern. Still, he's got some track record and has performed very well for Team USA in the past. He's no longer in the first-round mix, but still should go in the first few rounds.
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16Ahrens, KevinMemorial HSSSS/R6'01"1901989-04-26HS400K
Comments: Add another fine prep infielder to the list. There's a lot of upside in Ahrens' offense and while he'll likely end up at third base, he could possibly start as a shortstop because of his hands and arm and play there until he proves he can't stay at the position.
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1447Zarlengo, PaulMarian Catholic HS1BR/R6'01"2151988-11-01HS
770Wilkins, AndrewBroken Arrow Sr HS3BL/R6'01"2151988-09-13HS
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