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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
16Borchering, RobertBishop Verot HS (FL)3BS/R6'04"1951990-10-25HS
Comments: Borchering is a third baseman in high school, but it will be his bat that carries him forward. He struggles defensively and may end up at first base. Some clubs may look for more power from that position, which could impact his draft status. That being said, Borchering's hitting skills are definitely legit.
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17Pollock, AllenU Notre DameCFR/R6'02"2001987-12-05JR
Comments: Pollock is one of the better college hitters available in this Draft class, with a great approach and the ability to make consistent contact. He won't hit for a ton of power, but has some extra-base ability. His above-average speed helps him on offense and in the field, though he is still learning to play the outfield. He's the type who makes everything look effortless and with his hitting ability, could be the kind of college bat that moves quickly through the Minors.
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35Davidson, MatthewYucaipa HS (CA)3BR/R6'03"2101991-03-26HS
Comments: A solid, safe high school Draftee, Davidson is a great kid with solid, if unspectacular, skills across the board. His best tool might be his future power, but he should have the arm and glove to stay at third defensively. He struggled a bit as a junior and whether people buy into his summer performance as the real deal will be what determines his Draft status as the spring goes on.
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41Owings, ChristopherGilbert HS (SC)SSR/R5'11"1701991-08-12HS
Comments: Owings plays shortstop for his high school team, but that might not be his best defensive home as a pro, with a move to second perhaps on tap because of his arm strength and range. On the other side of second, his hands will play fine and he could be an offensive-minded second baseman who hits for average at the next level. He doesn't have much power, but he does use the whole field well. He doesn't have a plus tool, but he's the type of player who, if you're patient with him, will be better than the sum of his parts.
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45Belfiore, MichaelBoston ColLHPR/L6'03"2201988-10-03JR
60Smith, EricU Rhode IslandRHPR/R6'03"1988-10-15JR
64Krauss, MarcOhio ULFL/R6'03"2351987-10-05JR
95Broxton, KeonSanta Fe CC3BR/R6'03"1871990-05-07J1
126Nick, DavidCypress HS (CA)SSR/R6'02"1801990-02-03HS
156Wheeler, RyanLoyola Marymount U1BL/R6'04"2201988-07-10JR
186Hagens, BradinMerced ColRHPR/R6'01"1801989-05-12J2
216Helm, MatthewHamilton HS (AZ)3BR/R6'02"1990-09-01HS
246Goldschmidt, PaulTexas St U1BR/R6'04"2401987-09-10JR
276Anderson, RobertU OklahomaRHPR/R6'01"1701987-11-30JR
306Van Winkle, TysonGonzaga UCR/R6'00"1951988-02-02SR
336Allen, RichardLyman HS (FL)RHPR/R6'02"1701991-07-03HS
366Brewer, CharlesUC Los AngelesRHPR/R6'04"2051988-04-07JR
396Schuster, PatrickJ W Mitchell HS (FL)LHPR/L6'02"1651990-10-30HS
426Greer, BrentWestern Carolina USSR/R6'00"1851987-10-16JR
456Narodowski, DavidU KansasSSR/R5'10"1951988-08-03JR
486Robowski, RyanOhio Dominican ULHPL/L6'00"1988-02-03JR
516Wolcott, AndrewDuke URHPR/R6'06"2401987-09-08SR
546Aguila, RoidanyColegio Nuestra Senora de la ProvidenciaCR/R5'10"1601990-10-22HS
576Hamrick, RandallBrewton Parker ColSSR/R6'01"1951986-08-275S
606Worthington, AdamU Illinois ChicagoRHPR/R5'10"1901987-08-20SR
636Taylor, DanielCentral Michigan ULHPL/L6'00"2051987-07-25SR
666Button, EvanU MississippiSSL/R6'00"1951986-09-05JR
696Odegaard, ChristopherMinnesota St U MankatoRHPR/R6'03"2151987-04-17SR
726Gemberling, MarshallPrinceton URHPR/R6'01"2051986-12-09SR
756Wrenn, TaylorManatee JCSSL/R5'11"1751989-12-22J1
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