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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
155Adams, AustinFaulkner URHPR/R5'11"1851986-08-19SR
1055Beck, ChristopherJefferson HS (GA)RHPR/R6'03"2101990-09-04HS
125Bellows, KyleSan Jose St U3BR/R6'03"2101988-08-19JR
305Brach, BrettMonmouth URHPR/R6'03"1851988-03-29JR
245Burns, CoreyU ArizonaRHPR/R6'00"2001987-10-09SR
935Campbell, RaynerBaylor U3BR/R5'10"1751987-07-15JR
185Carlson, BenjaminMissouri St U1BL/L6'03"2301987-10-08JR
875Carrillo, XorgeCentral Arizona ColCR/R6'01"2051989-04-12J2
545Childs, DwightU ArizonaCR/R6'02"1501988-07-23JR
365Colon, JosephNo SchoolRHPR/R6'00"1671990-02-18NS
485Dickerson, JosephNicholls St URHPR/R6'02"2151986-09-11SR
1085Evans, RobertU Alabama TuscaloosaRHPR/R6'03"2201987-11-05SO
1115Ewing, StevenUniversity HS (FL)LHPL/L6'01"2191991-08-08HS
1205Folgia, GregoryU Missouri ColumbiaSSS/R5'10"1941988-03-31JR
515Frawley, CaseyStetson UCFR/R5'10"1701987-09-17JR
94Gardner, JosephUC Santa BarbaraRHPR/R6'04"2201988-03-18JR
Comments: After the first tier of college right-handers, there are a number of interesting arms for teams to consider. Gardner, in his first season as a transfer to Santa Barbara, has put himself into that category. He's big and projectable with the chance to throw three at least average pitches. He runs into trouble when he loses his arm slot, his stuff flattens out and he loses command. Even with that flaw, however, the big righty should hear his name called in the first few rounds.
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1295Gentile, DanteCal Poly San Luis ObispoUTLR/R6'02"2151988-08-19JR
275Guilmet, PrestonU ArizonaRHPR/R6'02"2001987-07-27SR
725Hamann, MichaelDanbury HS (OH)RHPR/R6'03"1991-01-01HS
755Hauser, JonathanManchester HS (VA)RHPR/R6'02"1991-04-14HS
215Henry, JordanU MississippiCFL/R6'03"1751988-06-13JR
Comments: Henry is a thin, speedy outfielder with the ability to steal a base and track down balls in the outfield. At the plate, he's a line-drive hitter that goes the other way and has no power to speak of. His bat will have to play to be an everyday outfielder but it's unclear if the necessary strength is there. He could be a fourth-outfielder type when all is said and done.
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1175Hernandez, BrianUC Irvine3BR/R6'01"1951988-11-25JR
785Hubbard, AntwonieU OklahomaRHPR/R6'03"2051988-07-30JR
695Jimenez, DanielJohn A Logan ColLHPL/L6'02"2051989-09-23J1
395Johnson, JeremyWashington St URHPR/R5'11"1851987-01-07SR
1355Jones, JamesJohn A Logan ColRHPR/R6'03"2101988-12-16J2
1505Joyner, TylerNorthern Nash HS (NC)LHPL/L5'11"1851990-09-18HS
665Kelly, KennethYavapai ColRHPR/R6'02"1901988-10-14J2
995Kersten, ChrisLouisiana Tech U3BR/R6'04"2251985-12-28SR
63Kipnis, JasonArizona St UCFL/R5'10"1751987-04-03SR
Comments: It's hard to argue with the statistical success Kipnis has had at ASU, particularly in his junior season. But projecting him is a little more difficult. He's got average tools across the board and does tend to play above them. But he doesn't profile as an everyday guy at any one outfield position, making him more of a tweener or fourth-outfielder type. Still, he's tightened up his swing and his on-base ability should appeal to those teams who really value those skills.
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