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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
733Tezak, JeffreyU Nebraska Lincoln2BS/R5'10"1801986-02-23SR
673Kayne, ZachDavidson ColSSS/R5'10"1801986-11-22SR
433Black, DanielPurdue U1BS/R6'05"2451987-07-02JR
1273Zagyi, ChristopherMiddlesex County ColRHPR/R6'05"2151989-08-05J2
1423Yallen, JordanGolden Valley HS (CA)OFR/R5'10"1601990-10-15HS
1063Wiltz, DannyU TennesseeRHPR/R6'01"1971987-02-13SR
973Wilson, JacobNew Mexico St URHPR/R6'00"1951987-08-12SR
1303Williams, TylerChaparral HS (AZ)3BR/R6'02"2051991-01-05HS
463Williams, DaneArchbishop McCarthy HS (FL)RHPR/R6'06"1991-03-28HS
913Vaughn, RobertKansas St UCR/R5'10"1901987-07-07SR
1333Thompson, TaylorAuburn URHPR/R6'05"2251987-06-18JR
61Thompson, TrayceSanta Margarita HS (CA)CFR/R6'03"1951991-03-15HS
Comments: Thompson is the son of former NBA standout Mychal Thompson and this is the first year he's focused only on baseball and stopped playing basketball. As a result, he's improved tremendously and has shown glimpses of reaching the very high ceiling he has. He's got power potential and shown a good approach at the plate, though he will strike out quite a bit. A good center fielder now, if he reaches his potential, he'll be the quintessential corner outfielder. It looks like he might be just scratching the surface and a team is likely to agree and draft his potential fairly early.
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703Simmons, GoldySan Diego St URHPR/R6'04"2151988-10-29JR
583Shoemaker, BradyIndiana St ULFR/R6'00"1901987-05-10SR
38Phegley, JoshuaIndiana UCR/R5'10"2151988-02-12JR
Comments: Few question whether Phegley can hit. He's got great skills at the plate. The questions are about his abilities behind it. He does some things well as a catcher, like calling his own game, but he has real trouble with pitchers who have a lot of movement. The more you believe in the bat, the higher you may take him. If a team thinks he can catch every day, he'll go plenty early because of the offense. If not, he's still a solid MLB backup, though that's not the type you take as quickly.
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553Negus, PhilipWake Forest URHPR/R6'02"2101987-11-10JR
1393Monroe, GrantNorthwest Florida St ColRHPR/R6'04"2001988-09-29J2
1243Lee, RyanCal Poly San Luis ObispoCFR/R5'11"1851986-02-11SR
283Hopps, MatthewCal St Dominguez HillsRHPR/R6'05"2351985-10-085S
71Holmberg, DavidPort Charlotte HS (FL)LHPR/L6'04"2201991-07-19HS
793Harughty, MatthewU Oklahoma2BR/R6'00"1801986-07-28SR
883Delk, CharlesClemson URHPR/R5'10"1851985-12-17SR
823Davis, KyleU Delaware2BR/R5'11"1751987-01-08SR
853Cummings, RobertUC Santa Barbara3BR/R6'02"2101987-08-14SR
1003Cooney, ChaseVolunteer State CCRHPR/R6'08"2451987-12-18J1
193Collop, JustinU ToledoRHPR/R6'01"1851988-05-30JR
373Colligan, KyleTexas A&M UCFR/R6'01"2001987-04-23SR
1183Burnside, PaulAuburn URHPR/R6'04"2181986-11-20SR
253Buch, RyanMonmouth URHPR/R6'03"1987-11-08JR
163Bellamy, KyleU MiamiRHPR/R6'05"1987-10-25JR
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