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537Walsh, JonathanCoppell HS (TX)OFS/R6'02"2081990-11-14HS
Comments: Walsh entered the year as one of the better high school catching prospects, but those who have seen him haven't been that impressed. He does have some ability with the bat from both sides of the plate. His defensive skills are lacking and he might need to move to first base when all is said and done. If that happens, then his bat will really have to carry him. A team will have to seriously believe in his offensive upside to sign him away from the University of Texas.
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927Seastrunk, DiegoRice UCS/R5'09"2101988-01-11JR
Comments: Seastrunk can definitely hit, a line-drive machine from both sides of the plate. And there's no doubt about his makeup and his knowledge of the game. He just goes about it the right way. The question, and it will ultimately determine his Draft status, is if he can catch well enough. If he can learn the position defensively, he could be an everyday backstop at the next level and would obviously create a lot of interest on Draft day.
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327Eshleman, JohnMt San Jacinto JCSSS/R6'00"1801989-04-08J2
477Cavan, RyanUC Santa BarbaraSSS/R5'10"1801987-06-28SR
6Wheeler, ZacharyEast Paulding HS (GA)RHPR/R6'03"1801990-05-30HS
Comments: If you like projectable high school pitchers with a lot of arm strength -- and a lot of teams do -- then Wheeler might be the guy for you. The Georgia prepster has plenty of fastball and does show a plus breaking ball at times. Because of some delivery issues, his command can be spotty, but he's an excellent athlete with terrific poise and makeup. He might be a little bit of a project, but the upside is considerable.
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567Walls, JasonTroy URHPR/R6'05"2051988-02-22JR
447Vazquez, KyleFranklin Pierce URHPR/R6'03"1751988-06-29JR
297Toole, JeremyBrigham Young URHPR/R6'04"2351988-06-17JR
117Stoffel, JasonU ArizonaRHPR/R6'02"2201988-09-15JR
Comments: Stoffel entered his junior season as perhaps the top college closer in the class, a guy who closed ahead of 2008 first-rounders Ryan Perry and Daniel Schlereth at Arizona in years past. But his stock took a hit for much of the spring season as he was more hittable than in the past. He simply hasn't been as sharp, particularly command-wise, and there was concern about his conditioning playing a part in that. His power arsenal out of the 'pen will certainly get drafted, but it seemed unlikely to be as highly as was once thought.
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387Sanford, ShawnU South FloridaRHPR/R6'00"2101988-08-28JR
417Salsbury, BryanMt San Jacinto JCRHPR/R6'02"1851989-10-22J2
747Rogers, StevenTulane URHPR/R6'04"2001987-06-05JR
1137Proszek, AddisonGonzaga URHPR/R6'05"2601987-04-17SR
1437Oduber, RandolphWestern Oklahoma St ColLFR/L6'03"1861989-03-18J2
1407Ness, MichaelDuke URHPR/R6'04"2101987-10-20JR
777Munoz, LuisPuerto Rico BB Academy HSCFR/R6'00"1651991-10-10HS
597Mormann, MitchellDes Moines Area CCRHPR/R6'06"2201989-03-17J2
1227Moran, GarySonoma St URHPR/R6'08"2651985-05-21SR
1377Martinez, JuanOral Roberts USSR/R5'10"1901986-12-26SR
807Mach, KyleU Missouri Columbia3BR/R5'11"1911986-11-08SR
207Liles, NickWestern Carolina U2BR/R6'00"1651987-07-23JR
1347Kramp, KyleWestfield HS (IN)RHPR/R6'04"1951990-12-23HS
1017Kirby, BrandonLake Wales HS (FL)CFR/R6'00"1851990-12-10HS
55Joseph, ThomasHorizon HS (AZ)CR/R6'01"2151991-07-16HS
Comments: In a deep class of prep catchers, Joseph hasn't gotten a ton of love, though his bat has been making more than enough noise. He's got serious offensive ability with light tower raw power. He's more of a question mark behind the plate. He's got an above-average arm, but this was the first season he's caught and he lacks overall quickness. His bat likely will play anywhere, but if a team feels he can catch, he could sneak into the first couple of rounds.
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357Heston, ChristopherEast Carolina URHPR/R6'04"1851988-04-10JR
1167Henson, KyleU MississippiCR/R5'10"1951986-12-07SR
177Graham, MatthewOak Ridge HS (TX)RHPR/R6'04"2251990-05-01HS
Comments: Graham, truth be told, is a project. But he's one that some like to take on because he's got plus raw arm strength and can crank it up to 95 mph at times. The problem is he can't repeat his delivery so it's not consistent. Neither is his command or any secondary offerings. The best thing might be to teach him a second pitch, like a slider, and make him a short reliever. It's something the University of North Carolina might do and it might be tough for an MLB team to keep him from honoring that commitment.
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1467Goolsby, AustinEmbry-Riddle UCR/R6'02"1901988-04-28JR
987Dunning, JakeIndiana URHPR/R6'04"1881988-08-12JR
1497Downing, KaohiPoint Loma Nazarene URHPR/R5'10"1701986-05-07SR
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