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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
157Wise, JeremyU OklahomaCR/R6'01"2071986-06-02SR
547Wilborn, GregoryU Louisiana LafayetteLHPL/L6'02"1751987-06-03SR
307Suiter, AndrewUC DavisLHPL/L6'03"2101987-06-10SR
397Paxson, JosephWestern Kentucky URHPR/R6'03"2401986-07-28SR
967Miller, PaulThe Masters ColLHPL/L6'02"2051986-10-18SR
697Marshall, JimmyFlorida St URHPR/R6'01"2101987-04-13SR
1057Iden, DavidCalifornia Lutheran U2BR/R5'09"1701987-03-04SR
847Hernandez, JohnBarry URHPR/R6'00"1901987-06-21SR
427Grider, CasioNewberry ColSSR/R6'01"1651987-08-17SR
997Cilladi, StephenKansas Wesleyan UCR/R5'09"1821987-03-15SR
367Cavazos-Galvez, BrianU New MexicoRFR/R6'00"2151987-05-17SR
667Banks, StetsonBrigham Young UCFR/R6'01"1851988-01-14SO
127Songco, MarioLoyola Marymount UCFL/R6'00"1901988-09-09JR
Comments: Every Draft class has at least a few pure power hitters in it, usually from the college ranks. Songco fits the description, with plus power to all fields. He's willing to take a walk, but he'll also carry the bat back to the dugout quite a bit. He's likely going to be stuck in left field as a pro as his defensive skill set wouldn't allow another place. That's OK, because the bat should play wherever he is stationed defensively. That kind of pop usually doesn't last too long on Draft day.
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56Smith, BlakeUC BerkeleyRFL/R6'02"2201987-12-09JR
337Powers, ConnorMississippi St U1BR/R6'02"2201987-12-21JR
487Pericht, MichaelSt Joseph's ColCR/R6'05"2301988-05-23JR
36Miller, AaronBaylor ULHPL/L6'03"2051987-09-18JR
Comments: A two-way player at Baylor, it seems likely that Miller's future lies in the outfield. He's got a great swing from the left side, with excellent pitch recognition -- his main problem is he's too selective at times -- and he should hit for some power at the next level. He's a decent runner and has a strong arm, making it easy to see him patrolling right field in a big league ballpark one day. In a Draft class lacking impact college bats, Miller shouldn't have any problem generating interest.
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787McRee, AlexU GeorgiaLHPL/L6'07"2351988-06-18JR
277Hernandez, BryantU OklahomaSSR/R5'09"1751988-03-05JR
637Henderson, ChrisGeorge Mason U3BL/R6'00"2001988-06-23JR
1237Handke, ChristopherCornell ColRHPR/R6'10"2351988-03-19JR
1027Dignelli, JustinGeorge Washington URHPR/R6'04"2201987-02-26JR
1087Childs, KevinCulver-Stockton ColRHPR/R6'03"1951987-04-21JR
517Ames, StephenGonzaga URHPR/R6'01"2051988-03-15JR
577Akins, NicholasVanguard ULFR/R6'01"2151987-12-25JR
96Wallach, BrettOrange Coast ColRHPR/R6'02"1851988-12-02J2
877Payne, RashawnMiddle Georgia Col2BR/R6'01"1989-07-13J2
937King, AustinJackson State CCCFR/R6'02"2051988-12-01J2
1207Christenson, RyanSouth Mountain CCLHPL/L6'01"1851989-01-11J1
1477Walker, ChristianKennedy-Kenrick Catholic HS (PA)3BR/R6'02"2251991-03-28HS
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