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91Worth, DanielPepperdine USSR/R6'01"1801985-09-30JR
Comments: College shortstops who can catch the ball are usually in high demand and often in short supply, so Worth should get plenty of attention. He's very sure-handed and has tremendous defensive instincts. He's become a better hitter this year, with good plate discipline and a shorter swing that's allowed him to spray the ball to all fields. But it's his glove that will carry him.
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92Rams, DanielGulliver PreparatoryCR/R6'02"2201988-12-19HS400K
93Rustich, BrantUC Los AngelesRHPR/R6'06"2251985-01-23SR400K
Comments: A red-shirted junior who missed most of 2006 because of finger surgery, Rustich never could fine consistency on the mound in 2007. The big closer does have impressive stuff with a fastball, slider and splitter, but showed poor command over the course of the year. The finger did appear to bstill be affecting his pitching and that will surely affect his draft status, though his stuff and size will still intrigue some teams.
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94Romine, AustinEl Toro HSCR/R6'01"1951988-11-22HS400K
Comments: Romine hasn't always played scout league ball, limiting how often he's been seen outside of the regular season. Though he's been tough to evaluate in the past because of an ever-changing offensive approach, he's settled in and has shown good hitting potential to go along with a strong throwing arm. The only question is if Kevin's son will go pro or follow his brother's path and head to ASU.
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95Barnese, NicholasSimi Valley HSRHPR/R6'02" 1989-01-11HS400K
96Duffy, DanielCabrillo HSLHPL/L6'02"1851988-12-21HS400K
Comments: Duffy is another in a deep pool of high school lefties, but he had done a lot to stand out in his senior season. With a projectable body, an average fastball with good movement, two breaking pitches and a good feel for a change, Duffy has the chance to be a lefty not only with a good feel for pitching but a guy who brings a four-pitch mix to the table.
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97Thomas, AnthonyFlorida St U2BR/R5'10"1851986-07-10JR400K
98Friday, BrianRice USSR/R5'11"1801985-12-16JR400K
Comments: Friday, a first-team All-American in 2006, wasn't quite as good this year as last, but performed better as the year wore on. He's a line-drive hitter who has shown the ability to hit for average. He's got good speed and is an above-average baserunner. Defensively, his arm strength is his best tool, though the other aspects of his game at short are a little inconsistent.
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99Niesen, EricWake Forest ULHPL/L6'00"1851985-09-04JR400K
Comments: Niesen has found success since moving into Wake Forest's bullpen earlier in the season. His fastball has picked up a few notches, and he throws it with a three-quarter arm angle. That being said, he lacks deception for a lefty reliever and his other pitches lag behind the fastball.
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100Souza, StevenCascade HSSSR/R6'03" 1989-04-24HS
101Lucroy, JonathanU Louisiana LafayetteCR/R6'00"1851986-06-13JR400K
Comments: Lucroy is a pretty good, if lesser-known, all-around catching prospect. He has a good line-drive stroke and has the chance to hit for average with some pop. Defensively, he is a natural leader who throws extremely well. Those who look for college catching in this draft should surely take a look at Lucroy.
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102Davis, LarsU Illinois ChampaignCL/R6'04"2151985-11-07SR
103Navarro, ReynaldoPuerto Rico BB Academy HSSSR/R5'10"1751989-12-22HS400K
104Carroll, ScottMissouri St URHPR/R6'05"2101984-09-24SR400K
105Carroll, DanielValley View HSCFR/R6'01"1751989-01-06HS400K
106Smith, JamesonFresno CCCL/R5'11"1901986-10-09J2400K
107Workman, BrandonBowie HSRHPR/R6'04"1951988-08-13HS
108Hicks, BrandonTexas A&M USSR/R6'02"2001985-09-14JR400K
Comments: Hicks is a speedy shortstop with excellent defensive skills and tremendous makeup. All of that won't make him an everyday shortstop at the next level unless he can hit enough, something that scouts question. Worst-case, he could make for a very good defensive-minded utility guy who can run.
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109Soto, NeftaliColegio Marista HSSSR/R6'02"1801989-02-28HS400K
Comments: Soto has an intriguing package of tools that includes raw power and above-average speed. Currently a shortstop, he doesn't profile as a guy who'll be able to stay there, particularly range-wise. That's OK, because his offensive skill set fits better at third. He should hit enough for the position and could develop into a No. 5 or 6 hitter in a big-league lineup.
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110Reed, EvanCal Poly San Luis ObispoRHPR/R6'04"2251985-12-31JR400K
Comments: Cal Poly's closer is pretty much a two-pitch reliever, with a plus fastball and a slider that could become a Major League average pitch in the future. People will undoubtedly be attracted to the big arm, but he'll have to improve his command to succeed at the next level, especially since his fastball does not have much movement.
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111Dietrich, DerekSt Ignatius HS3BL/R6'01" 1989-07-18HS400K
112Descalso, DanielUC Davis3BL/R5'10" 1986-10-19JR400K
113Spencer, MatthewArizona St ULFL/L6'04"2251986-01-27JR400K
114Huntzinger, BrockPendleton Heights HSRHPR/R6'03" 1988-07-02HS400K
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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116Gallagher, GlennManheim Township HS3BL/R6'04" 1988-11-16HS400K
117Toledo, ThomasBraulio Alonso HSRHPR/R6'03"1751988-12-13HS400K
Comments: Toledo is an athletic right-hander with a good arm and compact delivery. He's got an excellent feel for pitching and has the ability to throw three pitches for strikes. A good competitor, Toledo maximizes the stuff he does have by locating his pitches and keeping hitters off-balance. Pitchability is usually a term reserved for left-handers, but it works for Toledo.
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118Harvey, MatthewR E Fitch Senior HSRHPR/R6'04"2101989-03-27HS400K
Comments: With a good arm, nice and easy delivery, projectable frame and the possibility to have a three-pitch mix (right now, the changeup lags behind the other two), Harvey sits near the top of the high school arm list. He'll need some refinement with his delivery, but has a very high ceiling. While Rick Porcello has passed him up as perhaps the top prep pitcher, Harvey hasn't slipped too far behind him and is very much in the first-round picture.
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119Ely, JohnMiami URHPR/R6'01"1901986-05-17JR400K
120Demel, SamuelTexas Christian URHPR/R6'00"2101985-10-23JR400K
Comments: Demel's been a starter and reliever in his career, but it seems almost definite his future will be in the bullpen. With a fastball in the mid-90s, a slider that can be a plus pitch and a changeup that has a split-finger type action to it, he's got the stuff to get to the big leagues quickly, albeit with a maximum effort delivery. He could be a setup guy in a bullpen sooner rather than later.
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