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61Easley, EdwardMississippi St UCR/R6'01"1801985-12-21JR400K
Comments: Easley has shown at least some ability with the bat and behind the plate. He's got some power, but is more of a doubles hitter in the future. His skill set profiles more as a backup catcher in the Kelly Stinnett or Doug Mirabelli mold, where he won't get to hit enough to make it matter.
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62Dent, RyanWoodrow Wilson HSSSR/R6'00"1901989-03-15HS400K
Comments: With a strong bat and even better speed, Dent will be a very intriguing prospect for many teams. Athletes like this don't grow on trees and Dent has shown the ability to hit to all fields and use his speed to wreak havoc on the basepaths. He may not be a middle infielder long-term, but many feel he's athletic enough to handle a move to the outfield if needed.
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63Luebke, CoryOhio St ULHPR/L6'04"2001985-03-04JR
64Payne, DanielGeorgia TechCFL/L5'10"1851985-09-08JR400K
Comments: Payne is the kind of athlete who gets dubbed as a "real baseball player." It's a compliment for a guy who has good instincts, is hard-nosed and generally plays above his tools. Payne can hit, but not for power and while he knows how to get on base, he's not the prototypical leadoff hitter because he's got just average speed. To be an everyday player, he's going to have to stick in center field and keep making consistent contact while getting on base.
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65Kline, WilliamU MississippiRHPR/R6'02"2151984-09-10SR400K
Comments: In his first two years at Ole Miss, Kline threw just 17 2/3 innings because of Tommy John surgery before his senior year of high school. He redshirted his freshman year and pitched sparingly the following year. He moved into the rotation in 2006, and now he's going full force. He has the chance to have a decent three-pitch mix with a bulldog mentality, making him an interesting candidate for the back end of a rotation some day.
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66Runion, SamuelAC Reynolds HSRHPR/R6'04"2201988-11-09HS400K
Comments: While fellow North Carolinian Madison Bumgarner has deservedly gotten a lot of attention, Runion should not be overlooked. He's a very solid right-hander with two good offerings and the chance to have three. He's a consistent strike-thrower who competes well.
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67Zimmermann, JordanU Wisconsin Stevens PointRHPR/R6'02"2001986-05-23JR400K
Comments: Zimmermann has some intriguing arm strength with an above-average fastball, but his other offerings are well behind. There is projection to all of his offerings and the team who believes the projection the most will take a chance on Zimmermann. He could become a good back-end-of-the-rotation type down the road.
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68Welker, MatthewU Arkansas FayettevilleRHPL/R6'07"2201986-02-10JR400K
Comments: Welker has been a steady starter for Arkansas this year. His size to go along with an above-average fastball and average slider should be intriguing to someone. If he can improve his curve or develop a changeup, he could be a No. 4 or 5 starter in the future.
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69Fields, JoshuaU GeorgiaRHPR/R6'00"1831985-08-19JR400K
Comments: One of the more highly-touted college closers heading into the season, Fields suffered through a subpar junior season as his University of Georgia team didn't even qualify for the conference tournament. It wasn't a problem with velocity, but rather with command and the ability to throw his breaking ball consistently. His size will always been an issue because of his plane to the plate and leverage, but despite that and the rough year, he'll still likely fly off the board relatively early based on past performance.
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70Smolinski, JacobBoylan Catholic HSSSR/R5'11"1851989-02-09HS400K
71Kopp, DavidClemson URHPR/R6'03"1901985-10-22JR400K
Comments: Kopp doesn't get much attention because of teammate Daniel Moskos, but he does have the possibility of three very good Major League offerings. His command and delivery have been a mess in the past, but he's improved on the delivery and has shown the ability to get better over time. Moskos clearly will be the first Clemson pitcher selected, but teams would do well not to look past the second.
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72Rike, BrianLouisiana Tech ULFL/L6'02"2001985-12-13JR400K
Comments: Rike has had a big power season for Louisiana Tech; it just remains to be seen how much of that is translatable to the pro game. He does make pretty good consistent contact and is a real solid player with average to above-average tools across the board. With terrific makeup, he gets the ultimate compliment of being called a "real baseball player."
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73Enright, BarryPepperdine URHPR/R6'03"2001986-03-30JR400K
Comments: Enright is a pitchability college right-hander. He won't wow you with plus stuff, but he pounds the strike zone down and can command his fastball to both sides of the plate. He uses a certain amount of deception to keep hitters off-balance. If his command is off, he'll get hit, but he manages to have success even without a true out pitch.
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74Desme, GregoryCal Poly San Luis ObispoRFR/R6'02"2051986-04-04JR400K
Comments: Desme was a college bat on the rise before a broken wrist ended his season early. It's not expected that his injury will have a huge impact on his draft status. A five-tool player, he could be one of the better college position players in the draft, especially considering the dearth of college offensive talent in this class.
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75Almonte, DennyFlorida Christian SchoolCFS/R6'02"1871988-09-24HS400K
76Stanton, MichaelNotre Dame HSCFR/R6'05" 1989-11-08HS400K
77Moviel, ScottSaint Edward HSRHPR/R6'11"2451988-05-07HS400K
Comments: Moviel is a huge 6-foot-10 right-hander who'll be a bit of a project for whichever team takes him. He is fairly athletic and used to play basketball, but as is often the case with pitchers his size, he struggles to repeat his delivery and maintain his mechanics. He does have a solid average fastball, a curve that could become a good pitch with some help and a changeup he doesn't throw much. Finding consistency will be the key to Moviel's success. Some pitchers his size have found it, others have not.
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78Freeman, FrederickEl Modena HS1BL/R6'05" 1989-09-12HS400K
79Cozart, ZacharyU MississippiSSR/R6'01"1851985-08-12JR400K
Comments: Cozart has perhaps the best set of hands in this year's draft class and shortstops who can catch the ball are often hard to find. His lack of speed may hurt his range as the game speeds up and there is a question as to how much he'll hit at the next level. Some see him as a shortstop who can hit in the two-hole, but he also may just be a utilityman who hits ninth.
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80West, MatthewBellaire HSSSR/R6'01"2001988-11-21HS400K
Comments: West is an athletic high school infielder who is most likely destined to be a third baseman at the next level. He's got power potential, though there are concerns about his ability to hit consistently enough to reach that power. He's got good defensive skills that will play just fine at third, so the question will be about whether he'll be able to fit the third base profile offensively.
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81Sogard, EricArizona St U2BL/R5'10"1801986-05-22JR400K
Comments: Sogard gets the ultimate compliment from scouts by being called "a real baseball player." He can flat-out hit and has suprising pop. He's got average speed, but can steal a base. He makes the plays at second base with limited range. While each individual tool may not receive a high grade, Sogard is the type who always plays above his tools.
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82Todd, JesseU Arkansas FayettevilleRHPR/R5'11"2101986-04-20JR400K
Comments: While Arkansas Friday starter Nick Schmidt gets more of the attention, Todd has done a nice job, first as a reliever and now as the Saturday starter. With a good fastball, an average slider and excellent command, he might best be suited to a bullpen role at the next level. If he can bring the changeup up to snuff, he could get a look as a starter.
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83Mattair, TravisSouthridge HS3BR/R6'05"2101988-12-21HS400K
Comments: Mattair is a big, athletic infielder who most likely will see his future at third. He can hit and will hit for power with a swing that should be well suited for wood bats. He's got a strong arm and soft hands and plus, plus makeup.
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84Morris, JeffreyVirgil I Grissom HS3BL/R6'02"2001988-10-07HS400K
Comments: Morris has put up some ridiculous numbers as a high school outfielder and he does have some pretty legitimate raw power from the left side, a commodity often in high demand. The rest of his game is behind the pop, with his overall approach at the plate needing some work and his defense average at best. Some see him as a fourth outfielder at the next level, but someone is sure to take a chance on his power potential.
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85Tolisano, JohnEstero HS2BS/R5'11"1791988-10-07HS400K
Comments: Tolisano has been on the radar screen for some time. The infielder has added a lot of bulk this season and it's allowed him to show some more power at the plate. The switch-hitter uses all fields well and has a good idea at the plate, though he is better from the left side. Defensively a shortstop right now, he profiles better as a solid all-around second baseman at the next level.
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86Watt, MichaelCapistrano Valley HSLHPL/L6'01"1851989-02-24HS400K
87Chalk, BradleyClemson UCFL/L6'01" 1986-01-20JR400K
88Eiland, EricLamar HSCFL/L6'02" 1988-09-16HS400K
Comments: Eiland is a toolsy high school outfielder who really put himself on the map at the Area Code Games last year. His performance this year hasn't necessarily lived up to that impression, but his skills are still undeniable. A hamstring injury hampered him for part of the season, but when healthy, Eiland has the ability to use his speed on both sides of the ball. He's got great bat speed, which could lead to more power. How much people think he'll hit could determine his draft status.
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89Griffith, NevinMiddleton HSRHPR/R6'02"1651989-03-23HS400K
Comments: Griffith is a projectable right-hander with two average or above-average pitches right now in his fastball and slider. If he can improve his curve and changeup, he has the chance to have four usable pitches. He stays very even-keeled on the mound and shows maturity beyond his years when adversity comes his way.
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90Horton, JoshuaUNC Chapel HillSSL/R6'01"1951986-02-19JR400K
Comments: Horton is a nice college shortstop with excellent bat control and the ability to make good consistent contact. He can run a little bit and does a nice job catching the ball in the field. It's uncertain whether it's a package that will be enough to make him an everyday shortstop, but worst-case, he makes for a very good utility guy.
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