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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
26Simmons, DonaldUC RiversideRHPR/R6'03"2051986-09-29JR400K
Comments: When Simmons is on, he's the quintessential command right-hander, an efficient starter who fills the strike zone. When he has a breaking ball working, he's extremely effective. If he can't improve those offerings, though, he'll get too much of the strike zone and won't miss a whole lot of bats.
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41Doolittle, SeanU Virginia1BL/L6'03"1901986-09-26JR400K
Comments: Doolittle has excellent hitting skills and should hit well for average as a pro. An athletic first baseman with good hands, his draft status may depend on how much power scouts think he will hit for at the next level. He's a safe, solid draft pick who should have a big-league future. He was a two-way player at Virginia, but most scouts see him as a hitter and not a pitcher.
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59Brown, CoreyOklahoma St URFL/L6'02" 1985-11-26JR400K
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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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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120Demel, SamuelTexas Christian URHPR/R6'00"2101985-10-23JR400K
Comments: Demel's been a starter and reliever in his career, but it seems almost definite his future will be in the bullpen. With a fastball in the mid-90s, a slider that can be a plus pitch and a changeup that has a split-finger type action to it, he's got the stuff to get to the big leagues quickly, albeit with a maximum effort delivery. He could be a setup guy in a bullpen sooner rather than later.
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150Banwart, TravisWichita St URHPR/R6'03"2001986-02-14JR400K
180Carignan, GaryUNC Chapel HillRHPR/R5'11" 1986-07-23JR400K
Comments: Despite only having one average, or above-average pitch, Carignan has gotten excellent results as North Carolina's closer. Arm strength alone won't get you to the big leagues, so Carignan will have to improve his secondary offerings if he wants a chance at a big-league bullpen job down the line.
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210Hodsdon, ScottAzusa Pacific URHPR/R6'02"1951985-05-31SR400K
240Sewell, LanceSan Diego St ULHPL/L6'03"2051986-06-17JR400K
270Schlereth, DanielU ArizonaLHPL/L6'00"2101986-05-09JR400K
Comments: Schlereth was a college lefty reliever who was on the rise before a rib or oblique injury knocked him out of action. He profiles as a setup guy or middle reliever. If he could become more efficient with his pitches, he has the stuff to start, but he hasn't done that to date. He'll have to return to health before the draft if he wants the buzz to return.
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300Berger, EricU ArizonaLHPL/L6'01"1951986-04-22SO
330Hamblin, DanielU Arkansas Fayetteville1BR/R6'01"2101985-02-10SR400K
360Richard, MichaelPrairie View A&M USSR/R5'10"1751984-08-20SR
390Brown, GaryDiamond Bar HSCFR/R6'00"1701988-09-28HS400K
Comments: Brown was on the rise this season as perhaps the fastest player in the draft class. Those who see a speed-only right-handed hitter may be underestimating him as he has surprising strength and more power than you'd think by looking at him.
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420Friend, JustinOklahoma St URHPR/R6'01"2051986-06-21JR400K
450Smith, JordanTexas Tech UCR/R5'11"2101986-01-30JR400K
480Hertzler, BradU Maine OronoLHPR/L6'01"2101986-04-11JR
510Lysander, BrentSonoma St URHPR/R6'07"2151985-04-05JR
540Hunt, StephenJesuit HSLHPL/L5'11"1901989-01-11HS
570Ray, MattMiddle Tennessee St USSS/R5'09"1901984-01-28SR
600Napoleon, MichaelU IowaCL/R6'02"2081986-05-21JR
630Wentzell, DanielGeorge Fox URFL/L6'03"2001985-05-16SR
660Porlier, StephenU OklahomaRHPR/R6'02"2061985-11-28SO
690Jenkins, AaronU Northern IowaLHPL/L5'08"1801984-11-14JR
720Pruitt, JamesU MontevalloOFR/R5'09"1951985-03-11SR
750Rodriguez, RaymondPuerto Rico BB Academy HSRFR/R6'02"1911989-08-11HS400K
780West, JareckDelta St UCFR/R5'10"2051985-04-30JR
810Streich, TobiasJohnsonburg HSCR/R6'00" 1988-04-05HS
840Frash, JustinU Hawaii3BL/R5'10"1901984-04-26SR
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