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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
601Tarleton, WilliamElon UCL/R5'11"2001987-08-05SR
571Garneau, DustinCal St FullertonCR/R6'02"1951987-08-13SR
541Testa, RichardLamar URHPR/R6'03"2251987-04-08SR
511Hungerman, JoshCleveland St ULHPL/L6'02"1951986-09-08SR
481Altobelli, DomU Illinois Champaign3BR/R6'02"1951987-03-07SR
451Gagnon, TylerDiablo Valley ColRHPR/R6'02"1751989-03-22J2
421Squier, JeffreyMississippi Valley St USSR/R6'03"1901987-03-03SR
391Bargas, PaulUC RiversideLHPL/L6'01"2051988-10-13JR
361Clark, JaredCal St Fullerton1BR/R6'04"2251986-05-095S
331Barnes, AveryU FloridaLFL/R5'11"1701986-09-17JR
301Ruiz, CharlesCal St Long BeachRHPR/R6'01"1801988-10-10JR
271Musick, ThomasU HoustonLHPL/L6'00"1951986-12-30SR
241Scahill, RobBradley URHPL/R6'02"2151987-02-15SR
211Stavert, ErikU OregonRHPR/R6'02"1851987-11-20JR
181Balcolm-Miller, ChristopherWest Valley ColRHPR/R6'02"2101989-03-03J2
151Sanders, JosephAuburn U3BR/R6'00"1951988-04-24JR
121Matthes, KentU Alabama TuscaloosaRFR/R6'02"2151987-01-08SR
90Paulsen, BenjaminClemson U1BL/R6'04"2051987-10-27JR
59Arenado, NolanEl Toro HS (CA)3BR/R6'01"2051991-04-16HS
Comments: Arenado is a strong high schooler with some serious ability with the bat. He's quick to the ball and has excellent raw power. The main question is where that bat will play best as a pro. He plays shorstop now, but he'll be a third baseman or a catcher in the future. He's caught before, so it wouldn't be a conversion. Although he's not very experienced, his plus arm and quick feet have some believing he can do it. If a team is convinced he can catch, he could go off the board in the first couple of rounds.
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34Brothers, RexLipscomb ULHPL/L6'00"2051987-12-18JR
Comments: Brothers was gaining as much "helium" as any pitcher in the draft class as the spring wore on. He'd always been intriguing because of his arm strength that delivers a fastball that can touch 96-97 mph and a pretty good slider. He took a leap up this season, thanks to a better understanding of how to pitch and the ability to find the strike zone more consistently. If that continues throughout the remainder of his season, he'll go off the board in a hurry.
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32Wheeler, TimothyCal St SacramentoCFL/R6'04"2051988-01-21JR
Comments: Wheeler is a pretty advanced college hitter whose best assets are his ability to make contact and his speed. He should be the type who can hit at or near the top of a lineup with the potential to be a plus base-stealer. He uses his speed well in center and has the skills to stay there. Without much power, he probably won't be off the charts, but could be a very solid college draftee in June.
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11Matzek, TylerCapistrano Valley HS (CA)LHPL/L6'03"2101990-10-19HS
Comments: When Matzek is locked in, it's easy to argue that he's one of the -- if not the -- top high school lefty in this Draft class. With a fastball that reaches 95 mph and two different breaking pitches, he's got the tools necessary to succeed. The one knock is that it seems at times that he's just doing enough to get by. When focused, he really knows how to pitch and put away hitters. It's a package that should go pretty quickly on Draft day.
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