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7Alonso, YonderU Miami1BL/R6'02"2151987-04-08JR400K
Comments: Alonso or Smoak? Smoak or Alonso? It can be quite a debate over which college first baseman should go first on Draft day. Alonso is a hitter, period, with a great approach and power, especially the other way right now. Defensively, he's no great shakes, but it's that bat that teams will dream about putting in the middle of their lineup to produce plenty of runs in the future.
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500Anders, LukeTexas A&M U1BL/L6'06"2201986-10-02JR
354Anderson, CalvinSouthern U A&M1BR/R6'07"2401987-05-08JR
1372Beckwith, WilliamWest Lowndes HS (MS)1BL/R6'01"2201990-08-19HS400K
865Brett, BeauJoel E Ferris HS (WA)1BL/L6'03"1851989-07-14HS400K
464Bruno, JamesMandeville HS (LA)1BL/L6'02"2101990-01-06HS
928Campbell, MarvinLas Vegas HS (NV)1BL/R6'03"2051990-07-17HS
277Caseres, StevenJames Madison U1BL/R6'04"1987-03-26JR400K
780Castillo, JorgeFlorida International U1BL/R6'02"2251986-09-26SR
986Charles, ArtRidgeview HS (CA)1BL/L6'06"2211990-11-10HS
1366Clark, JaredCal St Fullerton1BR/R6'04"2251986-05-09SR400K
375Clark, MatthewLouisiana St U1BL/R6'05"2151986-12-10JR400K
17Cooper, DavidUC Berkeley1BL/L6'00"1751987-02-12JR400K
Comments: There are a number of college first basemen to choose from this Draft season and Cooper is making a case to be among the first to be chosen. He's got legitimate power to all fields and his advanced approach at the plate helps him avoid any slumps. Somewhat limited defensively, there's no doubt a team will take him fairly early just to get that bat into its system.
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1104Curry, MatthewHoward Col1BL/R6'02"2351988-07-27J2
18Davis, IsaacArizona St U1BL/L6'04"2151987-03-22JR400K
Comments: On radars since high school, when he was a 19th-round pick of the Rays in 2005, the son of ex-big leaguer Ron Davis has a sweet left-handed swing that should generate more power in the future. He's not speedy, but he is a solid base runner and would be fine as a corner outfielder or first baseman at the next level.
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650Delaney, MitchellWestern Texas Col1BL/R6'02"2151989-04-14J1
452Disher, PhilU South Carolina Columbia1BR/R6'02"2151985-06-17SR
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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364Elgie, ZacharyMinot HS (ND)1BR/R6'02"1989-10-28HS
445Espinosa, AlbertoBroward CC1BR/R6'00"2201986-09-15J2
289Farnsworth, NicholasUnion HS (OK)1BL/L6'02"2101989-06-17HS
824Flagg, JeffreyMississippi St U1BR/R6'05"2341985-11-07JR
867Flanigan, RobertNorth Georgia Col & St U1BL/R6'04"2301987-08-14JR
843Freiman, NateDuke U1BR/R6'07"2401986-12-31JR
276Gonzales, MichaelDiablo Valley Col1BL/R6'06"1988-06-16J2
457Goulder, AlbertLouisiana Tech U1BL/L6'02"2051986-05-03SR
1369Griffin, JonathanManatee JC1BR/R6'06"2001989-04-29J1
513Guinn, DennisFlorida St U1BR/R6'00"2051985-08-02SR
166Hamilton, JeremyWright St U1BL/L6'00"1951986-11-13JR400K
1455Hicks, DaltonLake Brantley HS (FL)1BL/R6'05"2281990-04-02HS400K
Comments: If you're looking for a high school bat with plus power, this might be your guy. Hicks has plenty of it from the left side of the plate, both in the present and future tense. He makes good consistent contact and can drive the ball to all fields. He's limited to first base defensively, and while he's no gold glover, he should hold his own there. Also a right-handed pitcher, it's his size and power bat that should interest scouts the most.
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