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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
23Dykstra, AllanWake Forest U1BL/R6'05"2401987-05-21JR400K
Comments: In another year, Dykstra might be a hot commodity as a college lefty power-hitting first baseman with advanced skills at the plate. But if there's one strength in this class, it's first basemen, and he's probably a half-step behind the elite players at the spot. An experiment at third didn't work, so Dykstra will probably have to wait -- albeit not too long -- until other first sackers go off the board.
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42Decker, JaffSunrise Mountain HS (AZ)CFL/L5'10"1901990-02-23HS400K
Comments: While most people were looking at Decker as a hitter, there probably are still some who might consider him on the mound. He can throw upwards of 93 mph with a decent curve, and that arm strength serves him well in the outfield. He's got a pretty good approach as a hitter and has the chance to hit for pretty good power, looking like a Matt Stairs-like right fielder in the future.
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46Forsythe, JohnU Arkansas Fayetteville3BR/R6'00"1987-01-14JR400K
69Darnell, JamesU South Carolina Columbia3BR/R6'02"1987-01-19JR400K
Comments: Not as much a pure hitter as his South Carolina teammates Justin Smoak and Reese Havens, Darnell still makes solid contact and has some line-drive power, particularly to the pull side. The Cape League All-Star is strong, but not very agile defensively. That could force a move to a corner-outfield position in the future. How much people think he can develop his raw power may determine how quickly he gets drafted.
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101Tekotte, BlakeU MiamiCFL/R5'11"1801987-05-24JR400K
111Carroll, SwainU KentuckyRFL/R6'04"2151986-05-09SR400K
Comments: Carroll turned down an offer a year ago to sign with the Nationals as an 18th-round pick to return to Kentucky. The Wildcats must be happy as the senior was among the Division I leaders in hitting for much of the year and has dramatically improved his power output. Scouts do not think, however, that the power will translate to the pro game, and the fact that Carroll will be limited to left field, at best, does cap his Draft status somewhat. Still, he's bound to enhance his round by a good margin this June.
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135Kipnis, JasonArizona St UCFL/R5'10"1751987-04-03JR400K
Comments: A sophomore eligible outfielder who transferred from Kentucky after being dismissed from that team for rules violations, Kipnis will get plenty of looks thanks to ASU's star-studded roster. If he can prove he can handle playing center and runs well, that will increase his stats. Otherwise, he may be viewed more as a fourth-outfielder type.
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165Bass, AnthonyWayne St URHPR/R6'02"1901987-11-01JR400K
195Figueroa, StephenU FloridaSSL/R5'10"1801987-06-30SO400K
225Zornes, AdamRice UCR/R6'01"2151986-04-02SR400K
255Weems, WilliamBaylor USSS/R5'10"1751987-07-28JR400K
285Thebeau, KyleTexas A&M URHPR/R6'00"1901987-08-11JR400K
315Albers, AndrewU KentuckyLHPL/L6'01"1951985-10-06SR
345Bagley, TysonDallas Baptist URHPR/R6'08"2501985-10-20SR
375Clark, MatthewLouisiana St U1BL/R6'05"2151986-12-10JR400K
405Davis, ErikStanford URHPR/R6'04"2001986-10-08SR400K
435Musgrave, RobertWichita St ULHPL/L6'01"2051985-09-26SR
465Mooneyham, BrettBuhach Colony HS (CA)LHPL/L6'05"2151990-01-24HS400K
Comments: A big, imposing lefty with the potential to have some plus stuff is always interesting, but Mooneyham's lack of command may cause some to pause. He's got serious arm strength and should develop three average or above offerings in the future. The combination of wildness, a concern over whether he's mentally ready to make the leap to pro ball, a commitment to Stanford and having Scott Boras as an advisor all make Mooneyham a bit of a wild card for Draft day.
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495Davis, ThomasFordham URHPR/R6'02"2151986-06-03SR
525Shunk, DerekVillanova USSR/R6'02"2151985-10-31SR
555Vincent, NickCal St Long BeachRHPR/R6'00"1751986-07-12SR
585Lara, RobertU Central FloridaCR/R6'02"2051986-11-25JR
615Codiroli, JasonWest Valley ColCFL/L5'10"1751987-01-20J2
645Railey, JosephU San Francisco2BL/R5'07"1801985-12-09SR400K
675Wilkes, ChrisDr Phillips HS (FL)RHPR/R6'04"2351989-09-26HS
705Conaway, NickNo SchoolRHPR/R6'00"2201986-11-30DO
735Gonzalez, EricU South AlabamaRHPR/R6'04"2001986-09-055S
765Power, LoganU MississippiCFR/R6'00"1951985-08-29JR
795Anna, DeanBall St USSL/R5'11"1801986-11-24JR
825Murphree, AaronU Arkansas FayettevilleRFR/L6'05"2351984-07-10SR
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