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200Wilkins, RobertValhalla HSRHPR/R6'04"2251989-08-20HS400K
80West, MatthewBellaire HSSSR/R6'01"2001988-11-21HS400K
Comments: West is an athletic high school infielder who is most likely destined to be a third baseman at the next level. He's got power potential, though there are concerns about his ability to hit consistently enough to reach that power. He's got good defensive skills that will play just fine at third, so the question will be about whether he'll be able to fit the third base profile offensively.
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1337Turner, RyanGeorgia TechLHPR/L6'01"1751985-02-08SR400K
560Tatusko, RyanIndiana St URHPR/R6'05"2001985-03-27SR400K
290Stoneburner, RalphJames Madison USSR/R6'00"1751985-01-14SR400K
1259Sowers, JasonCowley County CC1BL/R6'00"1951986-12-26J2
620Smith, KennyWestern Carolina U2BR/R5'10"1851984-05-18SR
230Smith, TimothyArizona St URFL/L6'03"2251986-06-14JR400K
1066Schaus, JeffreyBarron G Collier HSCFL/R6'02"1901989-04-07HS
979Santiago, GasparPuerto Rico BB Academy HSLHPL/L6'00"2001989-09-23HS400K
1123Salsbury, BryanSan Jacinto HSRHPR/R6'02"1851989-10-22HS400K
1285Rosas, JoeyYavapai ColLHPL/L6'00"1751987-01-05J2
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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350Ranaudo, AnthonySt Rose HSRHPR/R6'07"2251989-09-09HS400K
Comments: Ranaudo hasn't pitched all that much and it shows. He's got a big body that has many scouts dreaming of projection, but there's not as much "now" to him past his fastball. His secondary pitches have a chance but are below-average currently. Someone will take a chance on him and hope they can harness the potential in a very large frame and help him meet those projections.
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44Ramirez, NeilKempsville HSRHPR/R6'03"1851989-05-25HS400K
Comments: Ramirez's projectable body and live arm, combined with excellent fastball command should enter him into early round consideration. With his secondary stuff behind the heater, he might be a half-step behind some of the other exciting high school arms in this draft class.
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380Pomeranz, ThomasCollierville HSLHPR/L6'05"1901988-11-22HS
1384Petralli, BenjaminSacramento CCCS/R6'02"1801985-10-07J3
860Ortiz, MichaelMiami Palmetto Sr HS1BL/L6'02"2001989-05-02HS
410Ocampo, KyleRiverside Poly HSRHPR/R6'03"1951988-09-09HS400K
Comments: Behind some of the other California prep arms at the start of the year, he stepped up at the Urban Youth Academy Showcase in February showing a smoother delivery and some good added weight. He wasn't always consistent with his mechanics all year, but he's still a projectable right-hander with a decent fastball and a slider that has the makings of an out pitch.
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470Nelo, HectorSt Thomas URHPR/R6'01" 1986-11-05JR
140Nash, GarrettJordan HSCFS/R5'11" 1988-08-24HS400K
Comments: Nash came into the draft season with high expectations and has had difficulty living up to them. He's a switch-hitter who'll have to play second or the outfield at the next level and he hasn't swung the bat well enough this season. Still, he's got as much speed as anyone in the draft class, a tool that's sure to intrigue some, though it seems more likely that he'll head to Oregon State.
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590Murphy, KyleU KansasCFR/R6'00"1841984-09-06SR400K
530Moreland, MitchellMississippi St U1BL/L6'02"2301985-09-06JR400K
1207Meehan, SeanCentralia HSRHPR/R6'02"1951988-11-19HS400K
950Maxwell, AntonOregon St ULHPL/L5'09"1801985-06-23SR
24Main, MichaelDeland HSRHPR/R6'02"1701988-12-14HS400K
Comments: Main is a tremendous athlete who some teams would consider as a leadoff-type outfield prospect. But most won't look past his right arm, which delivers fastballs consistently in the mid-to-upper 90s. He's commanded the pitch well this year to go along with a good breaking ball and changeup. He's not that big, which might scare some teams off, but those not afraid to take an "undersized" right-hander will not shy away.
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500Lueke, JoshuaNorthern Kentucky URHPR/R6'05"2201984-12-05SR
440Lawson, MatthewMissouri St U2BR/R6'00"1951985-11-18JR400K
320Laughter, AndrewU Louisiana LafayetteRHPR/R6'04" 1985-02-24SR
800Keyes, KevinConnally HSRFR/R6'03"2251989-03-15HS400K
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