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«    Page 2 of 2 [ 52 player(s) found ]Scouting reports provided by MLB.com
PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
1483Geith, TheronScottsdale CCLHPL/L6'04"1701989-06-27J2
1033Farotto, AlexU South Carolina ColumbiaLHPL/L5'11"1801987-03-28SR
1093Crowley, RyanMorton West HS (IL)LHPL/L6'02"1801990-11-15HS
1513Chapman, KevinU FloridaLHPL/L6'03"1971988-02-19JR
583Shoemaker, BradyIndiana St ULFR/R6'00"1901987-05-10SR
1363Baines, HaroldMcDaniel ColLFL/L5'10"1651987-12-18SR
61Thompson, TrayceSanta Margarita HS (CA)CFR/R6'03"1951991-03-15HS
Comments: Thompson is the son of former NBA standout Mychal Thompson and this is the first year he's focused only on baseball and stopped playing basketball. As a result, he's improved tremendously and has shown glimpses of reaching the very high ceiling he has. He's got power potential and shown a good approach at the plate, though he will strike out quite a bit. A good center fielder now, if he reaches his potential, he'll be the quintessential corner outfielder. It looks like he might be just scratching the surface and a team is likely to agree and draft his potential fairly early.
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23Mitchell, JaredLouisiana St UCFL/L6'00"1901988-10-13JR
Comments: Mitchell certainly was one of the more intriguing college bats as Draft day approached. Playing for a high-powered LSU team, he showed the exciting athleticism that made him a two-sport standout, with plus speed and flashes of raw power. He's got some serious holes in his swing and, perhaps because of his split focus, he's more projection than anything else right now. Whoever takes him -- and it could be in the first round -- will likely see him as a center fielder who will steal bases and hit for power in the future.
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1243Lee, RyanCal Poly San Luis ObispoCFR/R5'11"1851986-02-11SR
943Hamme, MichaelCampbell UCFL/R6'04"2101987-03-13SR
523Goodwin, BrianRocky Mount HS (NC)CFL/R6'00"1901990-11-02HS
Comments: In a good class of North Carolina prepsters, Goodwin has the most intriguing set of tools. A Kenny Lofton type, he's got plus speed that plays well on both sides of the ball. His approach is still a bit raw, but he gets hits and he might even grow into a little power. He has all the tools to be a top-of-the lineup center fielder in the future.
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373Colligan, KyleTexas A&M UCFR/R6'01"2001987-04-23SR
913Vaughn, RobertKansas St UCR/R5'10"1901987-07-07SR
38Phegley, JoshuaIndiana UCR/R5'10"2151988-02-12JR
Comments: Few question whether Phegley can hit. He's got great skills at the plate. The questions are about his abilities behind it. He does some things well as a catcher, like calling his own game, but he has real trouble with pitchers who have a lot of movement. The more you believe in the bat, the higher you may take him. If a team thinks he can catch every day, he'll go plenty early because of the offense. If not, he's still a solid MLB backup, though that's not the type you take as quickly.
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1303Williams, TylerChaparral HS (AZ)3BR/R6'02"2051991-01-05HS
853Cummings, RobertUC Santa Barbara3BR/R6'02"2101987-08-14SR
493Wagner, DanielBelmont U2BL/R6'00"1851988-07-12JR
733Tezak, JeffreyU Nebraska Lincoln2BS/R5'10"1801986-02-23SR
793Harughty, MatthewU Oklahoma2BR/R6'00"1801986-07-28SR
823Davis, KyleU Delaware2BR/R5'11"1751987-01-08SR
1213Pangilinan, LeightonEscalon HS (CA)1BL/R6'03"2301991-03-06HS
433Black, DanielPurdue U1BS/R6'05"2451987-07-02JR
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