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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
1456Cotilla, ReynaldoMiami Dade CC SouthRHPR/R6'04"1951988-12-14J2
1006McDaniel, JacobbiMadison County HS (FL)3BL/R6'00"2851989-10-08HS
406Halton, SeanLewis-Clark St Col1BR/R6'05"2451987-06-07SR
1186Rodgers, BradyLamar Cons HS (TX)RHPR/R6'02"1751990-09-17HS
1276Schreiber, BradKimberly HS (WI)RHPR/R6'03"2251991-02-13HS
286Pokorny, JonathanKent St ULHPR/L6'02"1988-04-04JR
47Heckathorn, KyleKennesaw St URHPR/R6'06"2231988-06-17JR
Comments: Heckathorn is sure to be fairly high on everyone's list, thanks to his size, strength and pure power aresenal. He can pump his fastball up into the mid-to-upper 90s, has a hard slider to go along with it and generally throws strikes. The one puzzling thing for the right-hander has been that he hasn't dominated his competition or missed bats as much as you'd expect with that stuff. His size and stuff will ensure he's off the board before long, but he might be a half-step behind the upper-echelon college arms this year.
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316Roberts, TylerJones County HS (GA)CR/R6'00"2261990-10-25HS
26Arnett, EricIndiana URHPR/R6'05"2301988-01-25JR
Comments: One of the biggest late risers in the Draft class, Arnett is a big right-hander who put himself into first-round consideration with a breakout junior season. He's got an above-average fastball and a slider that, while inconsistent, could be an out pitch as well. He struggles at times with his release point and arm angle, which hurts the effectiveness of the slider. He's come a long way in a short time, and the lack of track record may make some pause, as will the high pitch counts he had late in the year. But if he can develop an effective offspeed pitch, he's the kind of workhorse who could be a future No. 2 or 3 starter in the big leagues.
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1336Morris, AndrewGulf Coast CCRHPR/R6'03"1901990-08-05J1
886McLaren, ChandlerGuelph Collegiate Vocational InstRFL/R6'04"1851991-10-02HS
586Krieger, ScottGeorge Mason ULFR/R6'02"2101987-01-30SR
706Pressley, AustinFranklin-Monroe HS (OH)RHPR/R6'04"2051990-07-12HS
646Vigo-Suarez, BrianFossil Ridge HS (TX)SSR/R6'01"1751991-12-12HS
166Richardson, D' VontreyFlorida St URFR/R6'01"2101988-07-30JR
766McKelvie, DemetriusEast Columbus HS (NC)RFL/R6'02"2101990-10-27HS
1426Kirk, TrevorCol of Southern NevadaLFR/R6'00"1801990-08-02J1
916Sizemore, BrandonCol of Charleston2BR/R5'10"2051986-12-10JR
616Romero, FranklinCerro Coso CCCFR/R5'11"1801988-06-24J2
226Davis, KhristopherCal St FullertonRFR/R6'00"1951987-12-21JR
196Burgos, HiramBethune-Cookman ColRHPR/R6'00"2051987-08-04SR
73Walla, MaxwellAlbuquerque Academy (NM)RFL/L5'11"1951991-04-12HS
Comments: Every draft seems to have some high school players who are just plain hitters. Walla is one of those in 2009. Not the biggest guy in the world, he's stronger than you'd think and should hit for at least average power in the future. He can't run, so he'll be limited to a corner OF spot, but he's got the arm for it and should have more than enough bat as well. A really good student with plus makeup, he maximizes the tools he does have and could be a middle-of-the-order corner bat in the future.
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1366Stock, RichardAgoura HS (CA)CL/R6'02"1901991-02-08HS
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