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61Bell, JoshJesuit College Prep (TX)RFS/R6'04"1951992-08-14HS
Comments: While this Draft class is getting more buzz because of the arms, there are some very interesting bats, especially from the high school ranks. Bell might be one of the best in that group. The Texas high schooler, who will head to the University of Texas if he doesn't sign, is a legitimate switch-hitter who has plus hit and power tools from both sides of the plate. It's the kind of bat that compares favorably with someone like Chili Davis or Cliff Floyd, though Floyd didn't switch-hit. Bell has an average arm and is an average runner, meaning he's likely to move from center field, where he plays now, over to a corner. He might be more of a left fielder, but he can handle right and should be an above-average defender when all is said and done. It's the bat that's really special and it's what will get him drafted at some point in the first round in all likelihood.
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62Miller, BradleyClemsonSSL/R6'02"1851989-10-18JR
63Meo, AnthonyCoastal CarolinaRHPR/R6'02"1851990-02-19JR
Comments: Meo fits a certain mold of college pitcher: A starter right now who most see as a reliever at the next level. He's got an easily above-average fastball as a starter, 92-95 mph, with decent life, and there's no question it would be a plus pitch for him as a short reliever. He'll show glimpses of a plus slider, 84-85 mph, with some dive to it. He's got an upper-80s cutter that has a short, late break to it. He'll show a changeup, but it's clearly his fourth pitch and it's below average. He's got some effort to his delivery and his command is below average, pointing to a future as a short reliever, perhaps even as a closer. The raw stuff is intriguing enough for him to warrant consideration in the first and supplemental first rounds.
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64Esposito, JasonVanderbilt3BR/R6'02"2001990-07-19JR
Comments: Playing at a big college program like Vanderbilt in a very competitive conference like the SEC means a player will get seen often, and Esposito has certainly been scouted thoroughly. The infielder can square up some balls but hasn't always hit consistently. His swing is a little choppy at times, but there's still enough power potential for people to remain interested. While he's played shortstop at Vandy, most feel he will have to move to third base as a pro. He's gotten a bit thicker in his lower half and has stiffened a bit, impacting his range, his speed -- which grades out as a tick below average -- and perhaps his performance at the plate. He's got a plus arm and could be a very solid third baseman, especially for a team that thinks his power will play at the next level, though being advised by Scott Boras could temper some teams' excitement.
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65Gallagher, CameronManheim Township HS (PA)CR/R6'03"2101992-12-06HS
66Quinn, RomanPort St Joe HS (FL)SSR/R5'10"1701993-05-14HS
67Howard, DillonSearcy HS (AR)RHPR/R6'04"2101992-07-01HS
Comments: In past Drafts, there would only be a small offering of high-ceiling, projectable high school pitchers with good velocity to choose from in the first round. In 2011, there's some depth in that category. Case in point is Howard, who doesn't rank up with the prep arms being mentioned near the top of the Draft, but isn't far off, either. The Arkansas product has a fastball that will be plus, touching 95 mph at times. It's not straight, either, with both sink and run to it. His hard curve, 78-80 mph, is a little slurvy now and is fringy average, but it's got some depth to it and will be more than fine. He's even got a good feel for a changeup, an offspeed pitch that should be a Major League average pitch as well. With a clean delivery, decent overall command -- not as much with the curve -- and the chance to have a solid three-pitch mix, Howard looks like he's settled firmly into the first round, unless signability (he's advised by Scott Boras) becomes an issue.
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68Vogelbach, DanielBishop Verot HS (FL)1BL/R6'00"2501992-12-17HS
69Houser, AdrianLocust Grove HS (OK)RHPR/R6'04"2051993-02-02HS
70Lopez, JorgeCaguas Military AcademyRHPR/R6'04"1651993-02-10HS
71Mazzoni, CoryNorth Carolina StateRHPR/R6'01"1901989-10-19JR
72Conley, AdamWashington StateLHPL/L6'03"1851990-05-24JR
73Santana, AlexMariner HS (FL)3BR/R6'04"1993-08-21HS
74Norris, DanielScience Hill HS (TN)LHPL/L6'02"1993-04-25HS
Comments: With all the hard-throwing right-handers in this Draft class, it's easy to forget about the high school lefties. Norris might be the best of the lot. The Tennessee prepster has plenty of arm strength in his own right, and it's from the left side, always an exciting combination. His fastball is a plus for a southpaw -- he'll sit around 92 mph but has a little extra he can reach back for. He commands his fastball very well. His curve can be inconsistent, but it should be a plus pitch with hard bite to it. He'll also throw an average changeup, though he obviously doesn't need it much at the high school level. He gets high marks for his mound presence and makeup. There are some concerns with some mechanical flaws in his delivery and his ceiling may be as a No. 3 starter, but that's certainly not nothing and it's enough to get him off the board in the first round.
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75Goetzman, GrandenPalmetto HS (FL)CFR/R6'04"2001992-11-14HS
76McCann, JamesArkansasCR/R6'02"2101990-06-13JR
77Thomore, CarlEast Brunswick HS (NJ)RFR/R6'02"2121993-01-13HS
78Gabryszwski, JeremyCrosby HS (TX)RHPR/R6'04"1951993-03-16HS
79Tilson, CharlieNew Trier HS (IL)CFL/L5'11"1751992-12-02HS
Comments: The Chicago-area high school product was known in the region for a while, but really helped his stock with a tremendous performance at the Area Code Games last summer. Tilson isn't the biggest guy in the world, reminding some of a Brett Gardner or Jacoby Ellsbury, both of whom had more of a track record as college performers. He has been a two-sport athlete in high school, and that athleticism does play well on the diamond. He has some quick-twitch actions and has a good first step down the line. Overall, his speed grades out as above average -- he's not a true burner -- but he could be a solid leadoff hitter or No. 2 type in the future, thanks to his contact and on-base skills. Tilson has a smooth swing and is quick to the ball, tending to shoot the ball in the gap with an opposite-field approach. He has below-average power and does need to gain some strength. He plays center field right now and could be an average defender there in the future. The accuracy of his fringe-average arm should allow him to play center or left field capably. His size and strength might deter some, as could a strong commitment to college, but any Gardner or Ellsbury fans out there might give Tilson a try.
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80Johnson, ErikCaliforniaRHPR/R6'03"2401989-12-30JR
81Jerez, WilliamsGrand Street Campus (NY)CFL/L6'04"1901992-05-16HS
82Hedges, AustinJunipero Serra HS (CA)CR/R6'01"1901992-08-18HS
Comments: There may not be a better catcher in this class, at least defensively, than Hedges, a SoCal high school product. An extremely polished defender who draws comparisons to Craig Biggio and Brad Ausmus in terms of body type, Hedges has a plus throwing arm and outstanding receiving skills, not to mention a high-energy leadership style. How much he will hit will determine just how good an all-around backstop he'll be. While he's got a good approach at the plate, he hasn't hit consistently. He does have natural power, and that's a little bit ahead of his hit tool right now. He could be the type of catcher who hits .260 with 12-15 homers per year, and with his defensive acumen, that's more than enough to be an everyday player. If he exceeds expectations with the bat, though, he could be an All-Star behind the plate. With a commitment to UCLA, it's believed he will not be an easy sign after the Draft.
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83Lamb, WillClemsonLHPL/L6'06"1801990-09-09JR
84Rosa, GabrielColegio Hector UrdanetaCFR/R6'04"1851993-07-02HS
85Ahmed, NickConnecticutSSR/R6'03"1990-03-15JR
86Susac, AndrewOregon StateCR/R6'01"2001990-03-22SO
Comments: The draft-eligible sophomore was a good high school catching prospect in Northern California two years ago, but teams stayed away (the Phillies took a shot in the 16th round) because of his strong commitment to Oregon St. Now, Susac is mentioned frequently near the top of the catching list in this year's class, though there are differing opinions about his skill set. Teams that will consider him highly see the potential for him to be an everyday catcher. He does have average raw power, mostly to the pull side, with more gap power to other fields. That could mean 15-20 homers annually, if he can make enough contact to tap into that power, something some have concerns about. He's a bit of a guess hitter and uses a big leg lift in his swing. Susac is stocky, but not physical and muscular -- kind of like a Gregg Zaun-type. Behind the plate, he has a solid average arm and will flash a plus now and again. His hands can be a little stiff, but he's made some good improvement in his receiving skills. A broken left hamate bone forced him out of action this spring, and it remains to be seen how that will impact his Draft status.
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87Boer, MadisonOregonRHPR/R6'04"2151989-11-09JR
88Stafford, SamTexasLHPL/L6'04"2001990-04-27JR
89Linsky, LennyHawaiiRHPR/R6'02"2201990-03-04JR
90Martinez, HaroldMiami3BR/R6'03"2081990-05-03JR
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Draft Order

First Round

  • 1. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 2. Seattle Mariners
  • 3. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 4. Baltimore Orioles
  • 5. Kansas City Royals
  • 6. Washington Nationals
  • 7. Arizona Diamondbacks (Loux - unsigned)
  • 8. Cleveland Indians
  • 9. Chicago Cubs
  • 10. San Diego Padres (Whitson - unsigned)
  • 11. Houston Astros
  • 12. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 13. New York Mets
  • 14. Florida Marlins
  • 15. Milwaukee Brewers (Covey - unsigned)
  • 16. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 17. Los Angeles Angels
  • 18. Oakland Athletics
  • 19. Boston Red Sox (V. Martinez - DET)
  • 20. Colorado Rockies
  • 21. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 22. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 23. Washington Nationals (Dunn - CWS)
  • 24. Tampa Bay Rays (Crawford - BOS)
  • 25. San Diego Padres
  • 26. Boston Red Sox (Beltre - TEX)
  • 27. Cincinnati Reds
  • 28. Atlanta Braves
  • 29. San Francisco Giants
  • 30. Minnesota Twins
  • 31. Tampa Bay Rays (R. Soriano - NYY)
  • 32. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 33. Texas Rangers (C. Lee - PHI)

Comp Round A

  • 34. Washington Nationals (Dunn - CWS)
  • 35. Toronto Blue Jays (Downs - LAA)
  • 36. Boston Red Sox (V. Martinez - DET)
  • 37. Texas Rangers (C. Lee - PHI)
  • 38. Tampa Bay Rays (R. Soriano - NYY)
  • 39. Philadelphia Phillies (Werth - WAS)
  • 40. Boston Red Sox (Beltre - TEX)
  • 41. Tampa Bay Rays (Crawford - BOS)
  • 42. Tampa Bay Rays (Balfour - OAK)
  • 43. Arizona Diamondbacks (LaRoche - WAS)
  • 44. New York Mets (Feliciano - NYY)
  • 45. Colorado Rockies (Dotel - TOR)
  • 46. Toronto Blue Jays (Buck - FLA)
  • 47. Chicago White Sox (Putz - ARI)
  • 48. San Diego Padres (Garland - LAD)
  • 49. San Francisco Giants (Uribe - LAD)
  • 50. Minnesota Twins (Hudson - SD)
  • 51. New York Yankees (Vazquez - FLA)
  • 52. Tampa Bay Rays (Hawpe - SD)
  • 53. Toronto Blue Jays (Gregg - BAL)
  • 54. San Diego Padres (Torrealba - TEX)
  • 55. Minnesota Twins (Crain - CWS)
  • 56. Tampa Bay Rays (Benoit - DET)
  • 57. Toronto Blue Jays (Olivo - SEA)
  • 58. San Diego Padres (Correia - PIT)
  • 59. Tampa Bay Rays (Choate - FLA)
  • 60. Tampa Bay Rays (Qualls - SD)

Second Round

  • 61. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 62. Seattle Mariners
  • 63. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 64. Baltimore Orioles
  • 65. Kansas City Royals
  • 66. Philadelphia Phillies (Werth - WAS)
  • 67. Cleveland Indians
  • 68. Chicago Cubs
  • 69. Houston Astros
  • 70. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 71. New York Mets
  • 72. Florida Marlins
  • 73. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 74. Toronto Blue Jays (Downs - LAA)
  • 75. Tampa Bay Rays (Balfour - OAK)
  • 76. Detroit Tigers
  • 77. Colorado Rockies
  • 78. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 79. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 80. Chicago White Sox
  • 81. Boston Red Sox
  • 82. San Diego Padres
  • 83. Texas Rangers
  • 84. Cincinnati Reds
  • 85. Atlanta Braves
  • 86. San Francisco Giants
  • 87. Minnesota Twins
  • 88. New York Yankees
  • 89. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 90. Philadelphia Phillies

Third Round

  • 91. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 92. Seattle Mariners
  • 93. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 94. Baltimore Orioles
  • 95. Kansas City Royals
  • 96. Washington Nationals
  • 97. Cleveland Indians
  • 98. Chicago Cubs
  • 99. Houston Astros
  • 100. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 101. New York Mets
  • 102. Florida Marlins
  • 103. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 104. Los Angeles Angels
  • 105. Oakland Athletics
  • 106. Detroit Tigers
  • 107. Colorado Rockies
  • 108. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 109. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 110. Chicago White Sox
  • 111. Boston Red Sox
  • 112. San Diego Padres
  • 113. Texas Rangers
  • 114. Cincinnati Reds
  • 115. Atlanta Braves
  • 116. San Francisco Giants
  • 117. Minnesota Twins
  • 118. New York Yankees
  • 119. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 120. Philadelphia Phillies

Comp Round B

  • 121. Seattle Mariners (Stanek - unsigned)

Rounds 4-50

  • 122. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 123. Seattle Mariners
  • 124. Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 125. Baltimore Orioles
  • 126. Kansas City Royals
  • 127. Washington Nationals
  • 128. Cleveland Indians
  • 129. Chicago Cubs
  • 130. Houston Astros
  • 131. Milwaukee Brewers
  • 132. New York Mets
  • 133. Florida Marlins
  • 134. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 135. Los Angeles Angels
  • 136. Oakland Athletics
  • 137. Detroit Tigers
  • 138. Colorado Rockies
  • 139. Toronto Blue Jays
  • 140. St. Louis Cardinals
  • 141. Chicago White Sox
  • 142. Boston Red Sox
  • 143. San Diego Padres
  • 144. Texas Rangers
  • 145. Cincinnati Reds
  • 146. Atlanta Braves
  • 147. San Francisco Giants
  • 148. Minnesota Twins
  • 149. New York Yankees
  • 150. Tampa Bay Rays
  • 151. Philadelphia Phillies
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Schedule
  • June 6, 7 p.m. ET
    Round 1, First-Year Player Draft, Secaucus, N.J.
    June 7, noon ET
    Rounds 2-30, First-Year Player Draft
    June 8, noon ET
    Rounds 31-50, First-Year Player Draft