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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
657Bell, CarterGeorges P Vanier SSSSR/R6'02"1851990-06-12HS400K
1077Way, MatthewWashington St ULHPL/L6'01"1951987-01-25JR400K
267Verdugo, RyanLouisiana St ULHPL/L6'00"1951987-04-10JR
1257Thompson, TylerJupiter Community HS (FL)CFL/R6'01"1751989-08-04HS400K
597Sutton, TreyU Southern Mississippi2BL/R6'00"1801985-12-29SR
177Surkamp, EricNorth Carolina St ULHPL/L6'05"2201987-07-16JR
1197Stadler, AustinJames River HS (VA)1BL/L6'02"2001990-05-23HS
1401Ruiz, AbrahamPacific Grove HS (CA)3BL/R6'02"2101990-03-29HS
357Ronick, AriU PortlandLHPL/L6'05"2051986-03-25SR
987Price, RyneU KansasLFL/R5'11"1901986-05-27SR
1428Ochoa, LeonardoNo School2BL/R5'11"1801989-10-20NS
717Musick, ThomasU HoustonLHPL/L6'00"1901986-12-30JR400K
207King, AaronSurry CCLHPL/L6'04"2051989-04-27J1400K
82Kieschnick, RogerTexas Tech URFL/R6'03"2151987-01-21JR400K
Comments: Kieschnick is a potential five-tool corner outfielder who could hit for power and steal a few bases. He plays a fearless outfield, getting to plenty of balls and showing off a good arm at times. The one knock is an issue with his mechanics at the plate that concerns some about his hitting ability at the next level. Still, an aggressive college outfielder -- in a weak class of outfielders -- who has those tools should get plenty of interest.
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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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37Gillaspie, ConorWichita St U3BL/R6'01"1951987-07-18JR400K
Comments: After a strong Cape season, Gillaspie has followed up with an excellent junior campaign. He's a terrific hitter and has been over .400 for most of the year. His lack of power makes it hard to profile him anywhere other than as a Bill Mueller-type third baseman. There are worse things to be, of course, and a team that values what Gillaspie can do will surely take him.
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867Flanigan, RobertNorth Georgia Col & St U1BL/R6'04"2301987-08-14JR
1227Figueroa, CorreySt Petersburg JCIFL/R5'09"1781987-06-30J2
117Crawford, BrandonUC Los AngelesSSL/R6'02"2001987-01-21JR400K
Comments: After his first two seasons at UCLA, Crawford seemed poised to be one of the top collegiate middle infielders in the class. But a rough Cape season appears to have carried over and he's lost some confidence in his game, both at the plate and in the field. Some added thickness to his lower half has taken away a little of his quickness, though he's still a solid shortstop. If he can right himself, he's the kind of player who usually sees himself go off the board within the first couple of rounds.
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237Barnes, ScottSt Johns ULHPL/L6'03"1751987-09-05JR400K
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