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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
964Williams, ReggieBrooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS (FL)CFS/R6'04"1901989-09-15HS
876Williams, JacobBrophy Jesuit Prep School (AZ)1BS/L6'02"1901991-01-02HS
1021Whitby, BrandonPrairie View A&M UCS/R6'02"2051987-01-09SR
537Walsh, JonathanCoppell HS (TX)OFS/R6'02"2081990-11-14HS
Comments: Walsh entered the year as one of the better high school catching prospects, but those who have seen him haven't been that impressed. He does have some ability with the bat from both sides of the plate. His defensive skills are lacking and he might need to move to first base when all is said and done. If that happens, then his bat will really have to carry him. A team will have to seriously believe in his offensive upside to sign him away from the University of Texas.
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500Walker, KeenynJudge Memorial Catholic HS (UT)CFS/R6'02"1990-08-12HS
187Vazquez, JanPuerto Rico BB Academy HSCS/R5'10"1651991-04-29HS
557Uhl, RoyUC RiversideOFS/L5'08"1751987-04-02SR
1300Tissenbaum, MaxxYork Mills Collegiate InstituteSSS/R5'10"1851991-07-25HS
348Thompson, JasonGermantown HS (TN)SSS/R6'01"1990-07-03HS
1111Thomas, JohnPace Academy (GA)CFS/R6'03"1801991-02-07HS
733Tezak, JeffreyU Nebraska Lincoln2BS/R5'10"1801986-02-23SR
1238Sweeney, DarnellAmerican Senior HS (FL)SSS/R6'01"1601991-02-01HS
10Storen, DrewStanford URHPS/R6'01"1751987-08-01SO
Comments: Storen has the stuff to be a starter and it's not unheard of for a team to take a college closer and let him start as a pro. That being said, there's a reason Stanford has him in the bullpen ... his command hasn't always been sharp. Even as a short reliever, though, his fastball-curve mix is more than enough to get hitters out, especially from the right side. Good college closers usually get drafted well and Storen should be no exception.
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1462Sermo, JoseIleana De Gracia HSRFS/R6'00"1731991-03-22HS
927Seastrunk, DiegoRice UCS/R5'09"2101988-01-11JR
Comments: Seastrunk can definitely hit, a line-drive machine from both sides of the plate. And there's no doubt about his makeup and his knowledge of the game. He just goes about it the right way. The question, and it will ultimately determine his Draft status, is if he can catch well enough. If he can learn the position defensively, he could be an everyday backstop at the next level and would obviously create a lot of interest on Draft day.
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544Schaaf, MichaelArthur Hill HS (MI)RHPS/R6'07"2351991-06-18HS
1428Sallis, JordanU Arkansas Ft Smith2BS/R5'08"1651988-07-02J2
342Richardson, RonnieLake Region HS (FL)CFS/R5'06"1711990-05-05HS
504Reyes, JorgeOregon St URHPS/R6'03"1951987-12-07JR
539Perez, StephenGulliver Prep School (FL)SSS/R5'11"1751990-12-16HS
Comments: Perez is a baseball rat with a great feel for the game. His plus instincts help him maximize his skills, which include some definite hitting ability from both sides of the plate, a solid glove and arm from shortstop. He doesn't have the kind of speed you'd normally like to see from a middle infielder, but he makes up for that with those instincts. Whoever drafts him could be getting a high schooler with a better understanding of how to play the game than most prepsters.
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1214Pena, JeromeWestern Nevada CC2BS/R5'11"1801988-11-06J2
1244Ozga, TravisFlorida Atlantic U1BS/R6'02"2101986-12-07SR
1203O'Dowd, ChrisRegis Jesuit HS (CO)CS/R5'11"1801990-10-04HS
940Murphy, JohnPrinceton UCS/R6'04"2351988-04-06JR
278Morales, JobduanJose S Alegria HSCS/R5'10"1901991-06-07HS
686Mooney, MichaelU FloridaSSS/R5'08"1601988-06-12JR
111Meyer, JonathanSimi Valley HS (CA)3BS/R6'01"1951990-11-01HS
Comments: Meyer is a versatile high schooler who plays shortstop and catches while also closing for his team. In the future, he's likely a third baseman or a catcher, which is just fine with him. With a great makeup and work ethic, he's learned how to switch-hit in his senior season to increase his versatility. With a plus arm and good hands, to go along with some good raw power, a team might be interested in seeing what he can do behind the plate. And everyone knows how well catchers can be drafted. Even if he's an infielder, his combination of skills and attitude should be attractive to many teams.
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855Meade, AaronMissouri St ULHPS/L6'03"1901988-05-02SO
1009McCarney, RyanCal St NorthridgeRHPS/R6'02"1801987-02-24SR
315Lyons, TylerOklahoma St ULHPS/L6'02"2051988-02-21JR
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