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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
13Mills, BeauLewis & Clark St Col1BL/R6'03"2201986-08-15JR400K
Comments: Mills spent his first two years of college ball at Fresno State, but transferred after academic problems forced him off the team late last year. Still, he hit 14 homers and hit .355 in 2006 and was even better with Lewis-Clark State this year. In a class short on impact college bats, Mills has only helped his draft status.
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12Dominguez, MatthewChatsworth HS3BR/R6'02" 1989-08-28HS400K
Comments: While teammate Mike Moustakas has been getting more buzz lately because of his torrid home run pace, Dominguez' skills should not be overlooked. He, too, can hit for power and should hit for average as well. At the same time, he's considered to be one of the better defensive third baseman to come out of a draft in a long time. The whole package should make him a first round pick.
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11Aumont, PhillippeEcole Du VersantRHPL/R6'07"2201989-01-07HS400K
Comments: With a plus fastball, a slider that should become an above-average offering over time, a feel for a changeup and his size, Aumont understandably drew a lot of interest. He may have started behind prep pitchers from Florida and Texas because of inexperience, but he caught up and should be one of the top high school pitchers selected on draft day.
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10Bumgarner, MadisonSouth Caldwell HSLHPR/L6'04"2151989-08-01HS400K
Comments: Bumgarner certainly looks the part, with the body type and fastball of a professional pitcher. Lefties from the high school ranks with plus velocity like that don't come around very often. Any team who takes him will have to keep him from changing his arm angle on his breaking stuff, but chances are there will be many teams willing to give that a shot.
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9Parker, JarrodNorwell HSRHPR/R6'01"1801988-11-24HS400K
Comments: Parker has a good combination of skills, a big fastball, two potentially good secondary pitches, clean mechanics, outstanding command and mound presence. He has the chance to be a frontline starter in the future.
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8Weathers, CaseyVanderbilt URHPR/R6'01"2051985-06-10SR400K
Comments: Still relatively new to pitching, Weathers opted to return to Vanderbilt for his senior year. It seems like it was the right decision as the right-hander is likely the top college closer on draft boards. He's got two power offerings in a plus fastball and slider and also has a changeup he can mix in from time-to-time. He has the stuff to close at the next level. That, combined with being a senior sign, should see him go very early on draft day.
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7LaPorta, MatthewU FloridaLFR/R6'02"2121985-01-08SR400K
Comments: LaPorta erased a forgettable injury-riddled junior season with a monster senior campaign. With nothing to lose and healthy, he appears to be relaxed and enjoying the game again. It seems that his decision not to sign with the Red Sox after being drafted in the 14th round a year ago will be a good one for him.
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6Detwiler, RossMissouri St ULHPR/L6'05"1851986-03-06JR400K
Comments: Despite the fact his last outing of the year was cut short by a split finger nail, Detwiler could very well be the No. 2 college lefty in the draft class behind presumptive No. 1 overall pick David Price. He showed the ability to command the ball better this year than in the past to go along with raw stuff better than the average pitchability southpaw. There is some concern about his narrow frame and how it will hold up, but that won't keep him from being a top 10 pick.
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5Wieters, MatthewGeorgia TechCS/R6'04"2251986-05-21JR400K
Comments: Wherever he's been, Wieters has hit. That continued to be the case in his junior season, though he was a little more inconsistent than he had been in the past. The big, switch-hitting catcher has power from both sides and those who like him think he'll hit plenty at the next level. He's got very good arm strength behind the plate - he was the team's closer in the past as well - and most people think that while big for the position, he should be able to stay there. For a player as highly thought of as Wieters is by some, though, it's interesting to note that several scouts did not evaluate him as positively during the 2007 season.
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4Moskos, DanielClemson ULHPR/L6'01"2101986-04-28JR400K
Comments: Moskos entered the season as one of the, if not the top, college reliever in the draft class, helped by the fact he throws from the left side. When Clemson made him their Friday starter out of need, it was a win-win, with scouts able to see if his three-pitch repertoire would hold up over more innings considering he uses a maximum effort delivery. He was pitching well and deep into games late in the year, but the jury was still out whether teams believed he could start long-term. Even so, he was expected to go in the top half of the first round.
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3Vitters, JoshuaCypress HS3BR/R6'03"2001989-08-27HS400K
Comments: Vitters entered the season as the top high school hitter on most draft boards and he did nothing all season to upset that standing, even though he dealt with a bout of pneumonia during the season. With an uncanny ability to make hard, consistent contact, Vitters has the ability to hit for average and power at the next level. He makes terrific adjustments at the plate and rarely gets cheated. His defensive game isn't as strong as his bat, but he should be just fine at third base.
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2Moustakas, MichaelChatsworth HSSSL/R6'00"1951988-09-11HS400K
Comments: At the start of the year, it may have been Matt Dominguez who was getting the attention at Chatsworth High. By the end of the season, Moustakas may have been the prime attraction. He basically re-wrote the California high school record books for career and single-season home runs. The only question is where he'll play defensively. A shortstop now because of Dominguez at third, some see Moustakas as a third baseman or perhaps even as a catcher.
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1Price, DavidVanderbilt ULHPL/L6'06"2151985-08-26JR400K
Comments: The presumed No. 1 pick from the start of the year, the big left-hander has done nothing to diminish his standing in that position. As Vanderbilt's Friday night starter, he has dominated throughout the season with a plus fastball, an outstanding slider and an above-average changeup. His makeup, both on and off the field, is just as impressive as his stuff.
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