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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
770Bour, JustinGeorge Mason U1BL/R6'04"2501988-05-28JR
950Clark, AndrewU Louisville1BL/L6'03"2301987-08-12JR
650Rohan, GregKent St U1BR/R6'00"2051986-05-115S
680Fitzgerald, DerrickDyersburg State CC2BR/R5'11"1951988-12-20J1
1100May, BrandonU Alabama Tuscaloosa2BR/R6'01"2051988-01-07JR
1430Jocketty, JosephLadue Horton Watkins HS (MO)3BR/R5'10"1651990-10-03HS
860Petraitis, JordanMiami U3BR/R6'03"2251986-08-30SR
320Thomas, JosephEdward Waters Col3BR/R6'04"2251988-07-02JR
1160Wagner, RobertPanola JC3BL/R6'03"2251986-07-09J2
590Burruel, SergioTrevor G Browne HS (AZ)CL/R5'11"1991-07-22HS
1070David, KevinOklahoma St UCR/R6'01"1901988-04-10SO
290Jones, RichardThe CitadelCL/R6'00"2101988-01-31JR
920Sheppard, DanielDowners Grove North HS (IL)CR/R6'00"1801991-02-25HS
560Williams, MatthewDuke UCR/R5'11"2201987-02-23SR
1400Cook, GlennU MiamiCFL/L6'01"2201984-12-13SR
31Jackson, BrettUC BerkeleyCFL/R6'02"2101988-08-02JR
Comments: It's not a great Draft class for college bats, particularly in the outfield, so one with the athleticism Jackson has is bound to be noticed. He runs well on both sides of the ball, has a decent approach at the plate and plays a good center field right now. Some may see him as a tweener who isn't a leadoff hitter or a No. 3 type. If he gets bigger he will have to move to a corner, where how much power he actually has becomes a bigger question. He's got more value if he can stay in center, and the team that takes him may be hoping he can stay put.
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710Pruitt, JeffreyCal St NorthridgeCFR/R6'05"2201988-01-21JR
1490Segar, ChristianMcQuaid Jesuit HS (NY)CFR/R6'01"1851991-04-27HS
470Shields, BryanAuburn U MontgomeryCFR/R6'04"1901987-08-03SR
500Walker, KeenynJudge Memorial Catholic HS (UT)CFS/R6'02"1990-08-12HS
79LeMahieu, DavidLouisiana St UIFR/R6'04"1961988-07-13SO
Comments: As a shortstop from a major college program, LeMahieu is going to get plenty of looks. Like most LSU products, he plays the game the right way and makes the most of his average tools. He's got a solid approach at the plate, but doesn't have a ton of raw power. That wouldn't matter, except for the fact he might have to move to third as he matures. Still, as a real "baseball player" who's excelled in a major program, he's bound to be drafted well.
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230Springfield, BlairMacArthur HS (IL)IFR/R5'11"1991-02-18HS
620Erickson, EricU MiamiLHPR/L6'00"1741988-02-17JR
109Kirk, AustinOwasso HS (OK)LHPL/L6'01"1990-05-22HS
1010Lambert, JohnNorth Carolina St ULHPL/L6'07"2201987-10-11JR
350Mincone, JohnSuffolk CC WestLHPL/L6'01"2151989-07-23J2
200Raley, BrooksTexas A&M ULHPL/L6'03"1801988-06-29SO
Comments: Raley is one of those "safe bet" college lefties. They won't wow you with their stuff or their ceiling, but you can be pretty sure they'll pitch in the big leagues. Raley is also a speedy outfielder and should get better once he's only a pitcher as a pro, but he probably tops out as a No. 3 starter. His athleticism works to his advantage on the mound and should allow him to improve at the next level. He's not an ace, but name a team that wouldn't be interested in a solid middle or back of the rotation starter in the next couple of years.
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140Rusin, ChristopherU KentuckyLHPL/L6'02"1901986-10-22SR
380Davis, BurundiHoward ColOFR/R6'00"1851989-01-02J2
1520Cleveland, ZacharyCentral Arizona ColRHPR/R6'01"1989-03-05J2
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