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91Dickerson, AlexIndiana1BL/L6'03"2351990-05-26JR
Comments: Teams interested in the University of Indiana outfielder will be buying the bat, as that's the one tool that stands out for the left-handed hitter. He's a solid hitter who seems to have overcome some holes in his swing, making adjustments to continue performing. He's got power, winning the Big Ten Triple Crown in 2010 as a sophomore. The power numbers have fallen off with the new bats, which might lead some to question if his power will translate to wood. He doesn't run or throw that well, limiting him to left field, and there are those who think he's marginal there, at best, with some thinking a move to first base might be essential. Those limitations might impact his stock, but his pure hitting ability should interest someone in the early stages of the Draft.
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92Cron, KevinMountain Pointe HS (AZ)1BR/R6'05"2451993-02-17HS
93Bianco, JustinPeters Township HS (PA)CFL/R5'11"1992-08-24HS
94Wright, MikeEast CarolinaRHPR/R6'05"1951990-01-03JR
95Brickhouse, BryanThe Woodlands HS (TX)RHPR/R6'00"1951992-06-06HS
96Purke, MattTexas ChristianLHPL/L6'04"1801990-07-17SO
Comments: When healthy, Purke is one of the most complete pitchers in the Draft class. Taken in high school in the first round of the 2009 Draft, Purke didn't sign with the Rangers and went on to TCU instead. After a stellar freshman year, he entered 2011 as one of the top college arms as a Draft-eligible sophomore. He throws his fastball comfortably in the 90-95 mph range and can even touch 96 mph. He has a plus curve that has the potential to be even better and a slider that has the chance to be plus as well. His changeup is fringe average, giving him four pitches that he will mix and use to work hitters and keep them off balance. Purke is very confident on the mound and can be best described as a finesse lefty with plus arm strength and power. He was, however, shut down with shoulder bursitis this spring, leaving his status very much up in the air. Considered to be a tough sign even before the injury, it remains to be seen who will take the chance on his arm and his signability in June.
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97Sisco, JakeMerced ColRHPR/R6'03"1851991-12-09J2
98DeVoss, EzekielMiamiCFS/R5'10"1751990-07-17SO
99Armstrong, JackVanderbiltRHPR/R6'07"2301989-12-14JR
100Gagnon, AndrewCal State - Long BeachRHPR/R6'04"1901990-06-26JR
101Verrett, LoganBaylorRHPR/R6'02"1801990-06-19JR
102Barron, ConnerSumrall HS (MS)SSL/R6'01"1701992-09-23HS
103Maynard, PrattNorth Carolina StateCL/R6'00"2151989-11-19JR
104Maronde, NickFloridaLHPS/L6'03"2051989-09-05JR
105Vollmuth, B.A.Southern Mississippi3BR/R6'03"2151989-12-23JR
106Westlake, AaronVanderbilt1BL/R6'04"2351988-12-27SR
107O'Brien, PeterBethune-Cookman UniversityCR/R6'03"2151990-07-15JR
Comments: All signs pointed to O'Brien being a definite first-round pick, and perhaps the first catcher to come off the board, as the 2011 season began. He had a very solid summer playing for Team USA and looked like a future everyday backstop with power. That part of his game is still there -- he's got average power now and could have above-average power in the future. He'll put on a show in batting practice, and his numbers this season have been good in that department. But he's been a below-average hitter overall, and it's led some to worry that he may not hit enough -- there's a lot of swing and miss to his game -- to tap into that power consistently. Defensively, his arm is average and, at times, during infield practice, it plays up, but not as much during games. His footwork needs to improve as well. There are some skills that will attract some early attention, but O'brien's no longer the slam dunk he once appeared to be.
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108Stilson, JohnTexas A&MRHPR/R6'03"2001990-07-28JR
Comments: Thought of mostly as a great bullpen arm heading into this year, Stilson's work as the ace of Texas A&M's rotation initially provided teams interested in Drafting him with some options. Stilson intrigued with two has two plus pitches in his fastball and changeup. In relief, he'd been able to crank it up to 96-98 mph, even touching 99 mph. He was learning to pace himself as a starter, throwing his heater 90-95 mph and sitting comfortably at 91-92 mph. His changeup is plus plus, with late action to it (sink and run). He'll throw it at any point in the count and it's his go-to pitch. Those two pitches alone could make him a future closer. He's got an average curve and slider, serviceable breaking stuff that complements the other two pitches well. His command is a tick below average, but it's not a problem and he's got above-average control. The thought was that the team taking the 20-year-old could send him out as a starter, knowing that shortening him up to a setup or closing role was always an option. But any plan for taking him early in the Draft ended when it was announced he needed surgery to repair a torn labrum.
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109McElroy, C.J.Clear Creek HS (TX)CFR/R5'10"1801993-05-29HS
110Soptic, JeffJohnson County CCRHPR/R6'06"2101991-04-08J2
111Weems, JordanColumbus HS (GA)CL/R6'03"1651992-11-07HS
112Andriese, MattUniversity of California - RiversideRHPR/R6'03"2101989-08-28JR
113Castro, KylePleasant Grove HS (CA)RHPR/R6'04"1901993-08-18HS
114Cingrani, AnthonyRiceLHPL/L6'04"2001989-07-05SR
115Kubitza, KyleTexas State3BL/R6'03"1901990-07-15JR
116Oropesa, RickyUSC1BL/R6'03"2251989-12-15JR
Comments: In a class that is less than deep in college bats, Oropesa's stands out based on one tool: power. The corner infielder has always had it and was a prospect back in high school, when the Red Sox took a shot and selected him in the 24th round of the 2008 Draft. The left-handed hitter has plus raw power, perhaps as much as anyone out west. He hasn't always swung the bat consistently enough to tap into it, but he made some good adjustments this season to show a little more overall hittability to some. He's shown he can rise to the occasion, picking up three hits -- including a homer -- against UCLA ace Gerrit Cole. He's not a clogger on the bases, but he's not a runner, either. While he's got a plus arm, he's below-average defensively overall, meaning he's likely destined to be a first baseman or designated hitter when all is said and done. As one of the few guys in this Draft with true plus raw power, there's bound to be a team fairly early thinking his bat will play just fine at those spots.
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117Williams, CoreyVanderbiltLHPL/L6'01"1901990-07-04JR
118Cote, JordanWinnisquam Regional HS (NH)RHPR/R6'05"2151992-11-13HS
119Eierman, JohnnyWarsaw HS (MO)SSR/R6'01"1992-08-23HS
120Morgan, AdamAlabamaLHPL/L6'01"1951990-02-27JR
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Draft Order

First Round

  • 1. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 2. Seattle Mariners
  • 3. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 4. Baltimore Orioles
  • 5. Kansas City Royals
  • 6. Washington Nationals
  • 7. Arizona Diamondbacks (Loux - unsigned)
  • 8. Cleveland Indians
  • 9. Chicago Cubs
  • 10. San Diego Padres (Whitson - unsigned)
  • 11. Houston Astros
  • 12. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 13. New York Mets
  • 14. Florida Marlins
  • 15. Milwaukee Brewers (Covey - unsigned)
  • 16. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 17. Los Angeles Angels
  • 18. Oakland Athletics
  • 19. Boston Red Sox (V. Martinez - DET)
  • 20. Colorado Rockies
  • 21. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 22. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 23. Washington Nationals (Dunn - CWS)
  • 24. Tampa Bay Rays (Crawford - BOS)
  • 25. San Diego Padres
  • 26. Boston Red Sox (Beltre - TEX)
  • 27. Cincinnati Reds
  • 28. Atlanta Braves
  • 29. San Francisco Giants
  • 30. Minnesota Twins
  • 31. Tampa Bay Rays (R. Soriano - NYY)
  • 32. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 33. Texas Rangers (C. Lee - PHI)

Comp Round A

  • 34. Washington Nationals (Dunn - CWS)
  • 35. Toronto Blue Jays (Downs - LAA)
  • 36. Boston Red Sox (V. Martinez - DET)
  • 37. Texas Rangers (C. Lee - PHI)
  • 38. Tampa Bay Rays (R. Soriano - NYY)
  • 39. Philadelphia Phillies (Werth - WAS)
  • 40. Boston Red Sox (Beltre - TEX)
  • 41. Tampa Bay Rays (Crawford - BOS)
  • 42. Tampa Bay Rays (Balfour - OAK)
  • 43. Arizona Diamondbacks (LaRoche - WAS)
  • 44. New York Mets (Feliciano - NYY)
  • 45. Colorado Rockies (Dotel - TOR)
  • 46. Toronto Blue Jays (Buck - FLA)
  • 47. Chicago White Sox (Putz - ARI)
  • 48. San Diego Padres (Garland - LAD)
  • 49. San Francisco Giants (Uribe - LAD)
  • 50. Minnesota Twins (Hudson - SD)
  • 51. New York Yankees (Vazquez - FLA)
  • 52. Tampa Bay Rays (Hawpe - SD)
  • 53. Toronto Blue Jays (Gregg - BAL)
  • 54. San Diego Padres (Torrealba - TEX)
  • 55. Minnesota Twins (Crain - CWS)
  • 56. Tampa Bay Rays (Benoit - DET)
  • 57. Toronto Blue Jays (Olivo - SEA)
  • 58. San Diego Padres (Correia - PIT)
  • 59. Tampa Bay Rays (Choate - FLA)
  • 60. Tampa Bay Rays (Qualls - SD)

Second Round

  • 61. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 62. Seattle Mariners
  • 63. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 64. Baltimore Orioles
  • 65. Kansas City Royals
  • 66. Philadelphia Phillies (Werth - WAS)
  • 67. Cleveland Indians
  • 68. Chicago Cubs
  • 69. Houston Astros
  • 70. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 71. New York Mets
  • 72. Florida Marlins
  • 73. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 74. Toronto Blue Jays (Downs - LAA)
  • 75. Tampa Bay Rays (Balfour - OAK)
  • 76. Detroit Tigers
  • 77. Colorado Rockies
  • 78. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 79. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 80. Chicago White Sox
  • 81. Boston Red Sox
  • 82. San Diego Padres
  • 83. Texas Rangers
  • 84. Cincinnati Reds
  • 85. Atlanta Braves
  • 86. San Francisco Giants
  • 87. Minnesota Twins
  • 88. New York Yankees
  • 89. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 90. Philadelphia Phillies

Third Round

  • 91. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 92. Seattle Mariners
  • 93. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 94. Baltimore Orioles
  • 95. Kansas City Royals
  • 96. Washington Nationals
  • 97. Cleveland Indians
  • 98. Chicago Cubs
  • 99. Houston Astros
  • 100. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 101. New York Mets
  • 102. Florida Marlins
  • 103. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 104. Los Angeles Angels
  • 105. Oakland Athletics
  • 106. Detroit Tigers
  • 107. Colorado Rockies
  • 108. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 109. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 110. Chicago White Sox
  • 111. Boston Red Sox
  • 112. San Diego Padres
  • 113. Texas Rangers
  • 114. Cincinnati Reds
  • 115. Atlanta Braves
  • 116. San Francisco Giants
  • 117. Minnesota Twins
  • 118. New York Yankees
  • 119. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 120. Philadelphia Phillies

Comp Round B

  • 121. Seattle Mariners (Stanek - unsigned)

Rounds 4-50

  • 122. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 123. Seattle Mariners
  • 124. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 125. Baltimore Orioles
  • 126. Kansas City Royals
  • 127. Washington Nationals
  • 128. Cleveland Indians
  • 129. Chicago Cubs
  • 130. Houston Astros
  • 131. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 132. New York Mets
  • 133. Florida Marlins
  • 134. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 135. Los Angeles Angels
  • 136. Oakland Athletics
  • 137. Detroit Tigers
  • 138. Colorado Rockies
  • 139. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 140. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 141. Chicago White Sox
  • 142. Boston Red Sox
  • 143. San Diego Padres
  • 144. Texas Rangers
  • 145. Cincinnati Reds
  • 146. Atlanta Braves
  • 147. San Francisco Giants
  • 148. Minnesota Twins
  • 149. New York Yankees
  • 150. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 151. Philadelphia Phillies
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