Thursday, February 11, 2010

Top 300- 2010 MLB Draft Prospects

Name POS Schools
1 Bryce Harper C Southern Nevada CC
2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3 Anthony Ranaudo P LSU
4 Drew Pomeranz LHP Mississippi
5 Nick Castellanos 3B Archbishop McCarthy HS, FLA
6 Bryce Brentz OF Middle Tennessee State
7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
8 Zack Cox 3B Arkansas
9 Austin Wilson OF Harvard-Westlake HS, CA
10 Deck McGuire RHP Georgia Tech
11 Karsten Whitson RHP Chipley HS, Bartow, Fla.
12 Christian Colon SS Cal State Fullerton
13 Matt Harvey P North Carolina
14 Levon Washington 2B/OF Chipola JC
15 Manny Machado SS Brito Prep, Miami
16 Josh Sale OF Bishop Blanchet HS, SEA
17 Chris Sale LHP Florida Gulf Coast
18 Jedd Gyorko 2B West Virginia
19 Brandon Workman P Texas
20 Stetson Allie 3B St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio
21 Brian Ragira OF Martin HS, Arlington
22 Dylan Covey P Maranatha HS, Pasadena, CA
23 Derek Dietrich SS Georgia Tech
24 DeAndre Smelter P Tattnall Square GA
25 Kevin Gausman RHP Grandview HS, Aurora, Colo
26 Cameron Bedrosian P East Coweta HS, Sharpsburg, GA
27 Josh Spence LHP ASU
28 Zach Alvord 2B/3B South Forsyth HS, GA
29 Justin O' Conner SS/C Cowan HS, Muncie, Ind.
30 Bryan Morgado LHP Tennesee
31 Chad Bettis P Texas Tech
32 Chris Hernandez P Miami
33 Stefan Sabol C Aliso Niguel HS
34 Kevin Keyes 1B Texas
35 Alex Wimmers P Ohio State
36 Yordy Cabrera SS Lakeland FL HS
37 Jesse Hahn P Virginia Tech
38 Garin Cecchini SS/3B Barbe HS, Lake Charles, La.
39 Chavez Clarke OF Marietta GA
40 Reggie Golden OF Wetumpka ALA
41 Yasmani Grandal C Miami
42 Kevin Jacob P Georgia Tech
43 Kris Bryant 3B Bonanza Hs, Las Vegas
44 Kaleb Cowart 3B Cook County, GA
45 Sam Dyson RHP South Carolina
46 Tyler Holt OF Florida State
47 James Paxton P Kentucky
48 Trey Griffin OF King HS, Stockbridge, GA
49 Brett Eibner RHP Arkansas
50 Austin Southall OF/1B Baton Rouge, LA
51 AJ Vanegas P Redwood Christian School, CA
52 Victor Sanchez 3B U of San Diego
53 Rob Brantly C UC Riverside
54 Andy Wilkins 1B Arkansas
55 Tyler Austin C/3B Heritage HS, GA
56 Justin Grimm P Georgia
57 Kevin Ziomek LHP Amherst Regional HS, Amherst, MA
58 Sammy Solis P San Diego
59 Todd Cunningham OF Jacksonville St.
60 Kyle Blair P San Diego
61 Micah Gibbs C LSU
62 Seth Blair RHP Arizona State
63 Tony Wolters 2B/SS Rancho Buena Vista HS, Vista, Calif.
64 Aaron Sanchez P Barstow, HS
65 Austin Wates OF Virginia Tech
66 Jarrett Parker OF Virginia
67 Rob Rasmussen LHP UCLA
68 Robbie Aviles P Suffern HS, NY
69 Rick Hague SS Rice
70 Hunter Morris 1B Auburn
71 Gary Brown OF Cal State Fullerton
72 Christian Yelich 1B Westlake HS, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
73 Tyrell Jenkins P Henderson, TX
74 Chance Ruffin RHP Texas
75 John Barbato P Varela HS, Miami
76 Casey Mulholland P Pendleton School, Bradenton FLA
77 Cameron Rupp C Texas
78 Nick Tepesch P Missouri
79 Adam Plutko P Glendora (Calif.) HS
80 Mike Antonio SS/3B Washington HS, New York City
81 Tyler Shreve P East Valley HS, Redlands, Calif.
82 Taijuan Walker RHP Yucaipa HS, CA
83 Jake Eliopoulos P Chipola JC
84 Drew Cisco RHP Wando HS, Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
85 Kevin Jordan OF Northside Columbus HS GA
86 Matt Lipka SS/RHP McKinney (TX.) HS
87 John Gast LHP Florida State
88 Jesus Valdez RHP Hueneme HS, Oxnard, Calif.
89 Jacob Felts C Orangefield HS, Texas
90 Kevin Rhoderick P Oregon State
91 Kolbrin Vitek 3B/2B Ball St.
92 Jesse Biddle LHP Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia
93 Kevin Patterson 1B Auburn
94 Zach Lee RHP McKinney (TEX) HS
95 Daniel Palka 1B Greer HS, SC
96 Rob Segedin 3B Tulane
97 Andrew Smith P Roswell GA
98 Marcus Littlewood SS Pineview HS, UT
99 Kevin Gelinas P Conejo, CA
100 Evan Rutckyj P St. Joespeh HS, Ontario
101 Evan Grills P Simclair SS Ontario
102 Logan Darnell P Kentucky
103 Jared Lakind 1B Woods HS, Cypress TX
104 Brian Fletcher OF Auburn
105 Jabari Blash OF Miami-Dade CC
106 Cole Cook P Pepperdine
107 Angelo Gumbs OF Torrance HS, CA
108 Joc Pederson OF Palo Alto (Calif.) HS
109 Tanner Robles LHP Oregon State
110 Kyle Parker OF Clemson
111 Cody Buckel RHP Royal HS, Simi Valley, Calif.
112 Austin Kubitza RHP Colleyville Heritage HS, Texas
113 Josh Rutledge SS Alabama
114 Daniel Tillman Florida Southern
115 Conrad Gregor OF/1B Carmel HS, IND
116 Chad Lewis 3B Marina HS, Huntington Beach, Calif.
117 Leon Landry OF LSU
118 Mike Olt SS Connecticut
119 Peter Tago P Dana Hills Hs, CA
120 Tony Thompson 3B Kansas
121 Blake Dean 1B LSU
122 Eric Arce C Lakeland FL HS
123 Daniel Bibona P UC Irvine
124 Jimmy Hodgskin P Bishop Moore HS, FL
125 AJ Berglund P St. Francis High, CA
126 Nathan Foriest LHP Harpeth HS, Kingston Springs, TX
127 Deshun Dixon OF/RHP Terry HS, Jackson, Miss
128 Bobby Wahl P West Springfield HS, VA
129 Jake Thompson RHP Long Beach State
130 Mickey Wiswall 1B Boston College
131 Michael Choice OF Texas-Arlington
132 Cory Hahn OF Mater Dei HS, Santa Ana, Calif.
133 Ross Wilson 2B Alabama
134 Drew Vettleson OF Central Kitsap HS
135 Krey Bratsen OF Bryan HS, Texas
136 Shawn Tolleson RHP Baylor
137 Brian Dupra RHP Notre Dame
138 AJ Griffin P San Diego
139 Delino DeShields 2B/OF Norcross (Ga.) HS
140 Jonathan Jones OF Long Beach State
141 Jacoby Jones SS Richton HS, Miss
142 JD Williams OF/2B Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS, FLA
143 Cory Vaughn OF San Diego State
144 Adam Duke RHP Spanish Fork HS, Salem, UT
145 Michael Lorenzen RHP/OF Union HS, Fullerton, CA
146 Connor Mason P Home Schooled, Suwanee, GA
147 Blake Forsythe C Tennessee
148 James Harris SS Etowah HS, GA
149 Eric Decker OF Minnesota
150 Russell Wilson 2B
151 Alex Lavisky C St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio
152 Kellin Deglan C Langley BC
153 Isaiah Turner
154 Cody Stanley C UNC Wilmington
155 Gauntlett Eldemire OF University of Ohio
156 Sean O'Brien MIF Clearwater FLA
157 Devin Harris OF East Carolina
158 Griffin Murphy LHP East Valley HS, Redlands, Calif.
159 Addison Reed RP SDSU
160 Craig Fritsch RHP Baylor
161 Kyle Roller 1B East Carolina
162 Mike McGee OF FSU
163 Cody Wheeler P Coastal Carolina
164 Joey Bergman 3B College of Charleston
165 Sean Gilmartin P FSU
166 Eric Pettis RP UC Irvine
167 Chad Bettis, rhp, Texas Tech P Texas
168 Aaron Westlake IF/C Vanderbilt
169 Blake Kelso 2B Houston
170 Sean Coyle 2B Germantown Academy, Fort Washington, Pa.
171 Connor Narron 3B Aycock HS, NC
172 William Swanner C La Costa Canyon HS, CA
173 Ty Linton OF Charlotte Christian School, NC
174 Lonnie Kaupilla 2B Burbank (Calif.) HS
175 Case Nixon C Hillcrest HS, ALA
176 Matthew Kirkland 3B/C South-Doyle HS, Knoxville
177 Josh Osich P Oregon State
178 Matt Roberts C Graham (N.C.) HS
179 Rhoderick "Rock" Shoulders 1B Brandon, FL
180 Mark Canha OF U of Cal
181 Ryan Bolden OF Central HS, Madison, Miss.
182 Michael Arencibia OF Key West FL
183 Michael Foltynewicz RHP Minooka (Ill.) HS
184 Jordan Shipers LHP South Harrison HS, MO
185 John Simms RHP College Park HS, The Woodlands, TX
186 Robby Rowland RHP Cloverdale HS, CA
187 Dominic Ficociello SS Union HS, Fullerton, Calif.
188 Kendrick Perkins OF La Porte HS, TX
189 Robbie Ray LHP Brentwood (Tenn.) HS
190 Gabriel Encinas RHP St. Paul HS, Santa Fe Springs,Calif.
191 Justin Nicolino LHP University HS, Orlando
192 Luke Jackson RHP Calvary Christian HS, Clearwater, Fla.
193 Kellen Sweeney OF Jefferson HS, Cedar Rapids, IA
194 Taylor Morton RHP Bartlett (Tenn.) HS
195 Daryl Norris RHP Fairhope (Ala.) HS
196 Shane Rowland C Tampa (FLA)
197 Cito Culver RHP Irondequit HS, Rochester, NY
198 Keenan Kish RHP Germantown Academy, Fort Washington, Pa.
199 Mason Williams OF West Orange (Fla.) HS
200 Daniel Gibson LHP Tampa Jesuit HS
201 Mark Podlas OF Westhampton Beach - NY
202 Scott Frazier RHP Upland HS, Upland, CA
203 Ryan Brett OF Highline HS, Seattle, WA
204 Cam Booser LHP Fife HS
205 Jordan Haseltine LHP Wood HS, Vacaville, Calif.
206 Tyler Skulina P Walsh Jesuit HS, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
207 Chris Bisson 2B U of Kentucky
208 Jake Skole 2B Blessed Trinity HS, GA
209 Phil Cerreto 1B Longwood Univ.
210 Miles Hamblin C Mississippi
211 Taylor Ard 1B Mt. Hood
212 Chris Triplett 2B Sandy Creek HS, GA
213 Jaren Matthews 1B Rutgers
214 Joel McKeithan C Roberson HS
215 Joe Leonard 3B University of Pittsburgh
216 Michael Olt of Connecticut 3B
217 Mike Nesseth RHP Nebraska
218 Stewart Ijames OF Louisville
219 Ryan Strausborger OF Indiana State
220 Mott Hyde 3B/2B Calhoun HS, GA
221 Cole Green RP Texas
222 Barret Loux RHP Texas A&M
223 Nick Pepitone P Tulane
224 TJ Pecoraro RHP Dix Hills, Long Island
225 Tyler Wilson P Gaffney HS, SC
226 Tommy Toledo P Florida
227 Dallas Gallant Sam Houston State
228 Bobby Doran P Texas Tech
229 Matt den Dekker OF U of Florida
230 Micheal Fuda OF Rice
231 Tyler Lyons LHP Oklahoma State
232 Alex Ramsay C/1B Severna Park Md.
233 Asher Wojciechowski P The Citadel
234 Daniel Child P Jesuit HS, Sacramento
235 Jack Cole RHP Sahuaro HS, Tucson, AZ
236 Dixon Anderson P University of California-Berkeley
237 Alex McRee P University of Georgia
238 Blake Hassebrock P UNC- Greensboro
239 Devin Rivera P Chandler Gilbert JC Arizona
240 Brett Welbley P Kent State
241 Patrick Cooper P Bradley
242 Kolby Wood P University of Michigan
243 Drew Smyly P University of Arkansas
244 Trent Rothlin P Clemson
245 Daniel Cropper P UNC-Wilmington
246 Jimmy Nelson P Alabama
247 Nicolas Vander Tuig P Oakdale HS, Calif.
248 Brandon Brennan P Capistrano Valley HS, Miss
249 Rett Varner P U of Texas Arlington
250 Tyler Green P Brazoswood HS, Texas
251 Justin Fradejas OF Auburn
252 Mark Hudson OF Sam Houston State
253 Ryan Wooley P U of Alabama-Birmingham
254 Thomas Carroll OF Mercer U.
255 Matt Evers P Rice
256 Ralston Cash P Lakeview Academy HS, GA.
257 Scott Woodward 3B Coastal Carolina
258 Austin Wood P St. Petersburg College
259 Tyler Thornburg P Charleston Southern U.
260 Wade Kirkland 3B Florida Southern
261 Kevin Munson P James Madison
262 Ryan LaMarre OF University of Michigan
263 Preston Overbey 3B U of Jackson HS (Tenn.)
264 Mark Haddow OF U of California- Santa Barbara
265 Matt Price P Virginia Tech
266 Cody Hawn 1B Tennesee
267 Chris Epps OF Clemson
268 Tyler Burgoon P U of Michigan
269 Seth Rosin P U of Minnesota
270 Dan Grovatt OF U of Virginia
271 Jordan Cooper P Wichita St. U.
272 Pat Dean P Boston College
273 Burch Smith P Howard College
274 Tyler Cannon SS U of Virginia
275 Thomas Girdwood P Elon U.
276 Alex Schmarzo P St. Mary's College
277 Jeff Shields P Chatahoochee Valley
278 Damien Magnifico P Howard College
279 Aaron Meade Missouri State
280 Martin Viramontes P Loyola Marymount U.
281 Mel Rojas OF Wabash Valley
282 Jake Hernandez C Los Osos HS, CA
283 Drew Maggi SS Arizona State U.
284 Randy McCurry P Oklahoma State
285 TJ Walz RHP Kansas
286 Andy Workman OF Arizona State U.
287 Eric Erickson P Miami
288 Andrew Toles OF Sandy Creek HS, GA
289 Kevin Moran P Boston College
290 Brett Winger P Olympia HS, FLA
291 Tommy Medica C Santa Clara U.
292 Tyler Ross C Barron Collier HS
293 Thomas Royse P University of Louisville
294 Jake Montgomery P Young Harris College
295 Dickie Thon SS Academia Perpetio Socorro, P.R.
296 Kevin Koziol 1B Brother Rice HS, Chicago
297 Jose Dore OF The First Academy HS, FLA
298 Kraig Sitton P Oregon State
299 DJ Peterson 3B Gilbert HS, AZ
300 Andrew Leary P San Diego State

77 comments:

  1. Chad Bettis is on here twice and Gerrit Cole is not elgible for the 2010 draft.

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  2. Yeah I had 4 guys that are 2011 guys. Getting it worked out.

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  3. # 239 is Jake Cole - not Jack

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  4. Obviously you rely on Perfect Game for a lot of information, yet you don't even link them. Nearly every one of your top 200 is profiled on PG. Even some typos are the same, so you must be using their list. It looks like everyone who makes out these lists uses the PG list. There is not enough differences in the lists. The biggest difference is that the PG people see the players. You should probably give some credit at least.

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  5. Missed a real sleeper in Hunter May, RHP Hopewell HS, NC. Lively FB, ++CU. Loose arm action, good size 6'3". One to put on your follow list for this season. Topped out in Jupiter at 92 mph.

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  6. I do use Perfect Games forums for info. XMLB scout on there has a lot of good information amongst others.
    Here is the link to their scout talk board:

    http://perfectgame.atinfopop.com/4/OpenTopic?a=frm&s=114295945&f=6174069131

    I don't subscribe to them, I just can't afford it. I do use that site to come up with names and reports on these guys.
    I should add a link to their site on my main page. I thought I had it there.
    No, I couldn't do what I do without the likes of PG, Baseball America or even ESPN. There aren't enough outlets to get this information. All I can really do is scour youtube and watch the few games that are televised. I can't afford to actually go to games and watch these guys. I would love to do that, maybe someday.

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  7. I did miss May. He was 144 earlier on my list and slid down to the 400 range. He will be higher on the next update. Thanks

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  8. In my opinion, Robby Rowland (#186) needs to be in at least the 100s. i watched all of his baseball games last year and he is the best pitcher that i have ever seen and i saw Randy Johnson play high school baseball down in the bay area. He is a star in the making

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  9. You did not mention Justin Schafer SS UC Davis. He certainly belongs in the top 300.

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  10. I can't believe Joe Leonard is only 215 on your list. He is quick and is a big boy at 6'5" and 225 lbs and one heck of an arm clocked at 93 mph. This year he is showing he can hit for power which most top scouts wanted to see.

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  11. Leonard is putting up solid XBH numbers so far this spring and he has the bloodlines. I personally haven't seen any video or anything of him. It's as high as I can go without seeing more.

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  12. I missed Wade Broyles on the list. He is draft eligible and currently leads the nation in saves for NAIA - Belhaven University.He is solid topping out at 93 with a plus curve ball. I hope to see him on your list very soon.

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  13. He has nice numbers this season and did well in his minimal apperances for Ole Miss also. I'll keep an eye on him.

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  14. You have any info on Caleb Knox, catcher at NWSCC in Alabama? I hear he is great def. and can hit for some power. Clocked pop time in the fall at 1.87 - 2.00 Any info would be appreciated.

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  15. Do you have any info on Brian Conrad RHP 6'5 @ 235LBS with a power arm from Brookdale CC in NJ ?
    This guy is one to watch for the 2011 draft.

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  16. Knox is going to play next season at ULM and is a very good defensive catcher, which you already know. That's all I got.

    I don't have any info on Conrad. Sorry.

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  17. Miles Williams, Windsor HS, Cal. Good body size around 6"1 195. Very good instincts, switch hitter also, I'm surprised he didn't make this!

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  18. They draft tools, not metal bats stats!

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  19. Who are you talking about with the stats comment?
    I don't see Aaron Senne or Chris Benson at the top.
    Who's got the tools that I'm missing or low on. Thanks

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  20. You should give Robby Reece from Hartselle a look. Never seen a high school player crush the ball like him.

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  21. whats the word on Evan Mistich 2nd baseman at Panola Collage

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  22. What about Brandon RHP from Gunter HS, Gunter, Texas??

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  23. Where's Justin Marrero on this list. He was previously drafted out of high school in the 08 draft. He's a SS that has been transformed into a solid catcher not to mention he is a switch hitter. I think he deserves to be on this list. Look him up (Sinclair cc)

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  24. I don't have any info on Reece, Mistich, Brandon or Marrero...sorry guys.
    I'll snoop around for info, but I got nothin' right now.

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  25. Any info on Blake Treinen out of South Dakota State? He is a hard throwing righty 92 to 94 mph, touching 96 mph. He throws a hard curve and slider to go with his change up. He has the body to go with it @ 6"4' 215lbs.

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  26. I don't have that kind of info on Treinen. If he has that kind of stuff, he should get picked late in the draft, after the 20th round.
    Jesse Sawyer is the name I've heard and Eric Cain could have a chance next year though.

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  27. Matt, I have been working with a kid from Albany State University named Larry Johnson Jr. Larry is 6'4" with a 230lb frame throwing around 94 mph. He currently is 8-1 this season and pitched a complete game Fri. to win the SIAC conference championship with 11 strikeouts. Can you see if you could find some info on him to see what he may do in the draft.

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  28. Derek Wilson Scottsdale CC should be mentioned. +speed with a very good bat. Plays in same conference as Devin Rivera.

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  29. Hey Jason,
    If he can run it up to 94, he could be a top 10 round guy. I would guess he'll slide a little farhter than that but he's a big guy and a team might like the potential. His breaking ball is a little slurvy but he could tighten it up and he could be a solid lefty in pro ball

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  30. Derek Wilson is interesting in the fact he's from the North Pole. He may be a late round flier pick for a team to watch him this summer in Alaska. He will get plenty of scouts watching him, playing on the same team as 2012 1st rounder, Jake Stewart.
    That could help him next year, after his junior season.

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  31. I am curious if you have any knowledge of David Benson or Boone Whiting from Centenary College in Louisiana. They are going from a D1 to a D3 in 2 years, but they have some real good baseball players in their programs. I know personally some are looking for schools next year, and Whiting and Benson have been in communication with pro scouts. Just curious of your thoughts on them as I did not see these two in your list.

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  32. Sorry, I don't have any info on Benson or Whiting.

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  33. Ch.eck Out Copeland On The Illinois State Redbird Site

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  34. It's too bad that the kids and families that can't afford to go to PG events get overlooked! There is a lot of talent out there that has not had PG exposure.

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  35. Ryan Lockwood, USF???

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  36. I agree. Some of these kids will be found by area scouts, but some will be overlooked. If they don't get into showcases, they can't be crosschecked and no one gambles on them because they haven't faced top competition.
    If you know of anybody, post vids on youtube, post names on here and, although it's a small blog, you never know who'll see it.
    Thanks

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  37. Ryan Copeland looks like he could be a solid senior sign for someone. The fact that hitters can't do much with him with aluminum is a good sign.

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  38. Ryan Lockwood had a great freshman season, but has yet to show that kind of skill again.
    He was poor last summer in the cape but only played 5 games.
    He's hitting .324 this spring which is ok, and someone will roll the dice on him, I'm sure but I don't see him as a top 300 guy at this point.

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  39. I can`t believe you guys overlooked Dillon Yeaman out of Neosho County in Kansas. Unbelieveable!

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  40. Nothing on Yeaman but stats and height/weight. Sorry

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  41. Copeland been on a roll since he being used in relief. Last weekend 3 games, 5 innings, 11 strikeouts. I agree with Matt above, Kids with talent but don't always get the exposure they need

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  42. Current rankings from 'Perfect Game':


    2011 High School Players
    1 - Daniel Norris, P, TN
    2 - Travis Harrison, 3B, CA
    3 - Archie Bradley, P, OK
    4 - Dylan Bundy, P, OK
    5 - Dillon Howard, P, AR
    6 - Christian Lopes, 2B, CA
    7 - Deshorn Lake, P, VA
    8 - Henry Owens, P, CA
    9 - Francisco Lindor, SS, FL
    10 - Michael Kelly, P, FL

    2012 High School Players
    1 - Lance McCullers, P, FL
    2 - Addison Russell, SS, FL
    3 - Courtney Hawkins, P, TX
    4 - Trey Williams, 3B, CA
    5 - Albert Almora, OF, FL
    6 - Rio Ruiz, 3B, CA
    7 - Joey Gallo, 3B, NV
    8 - Nolan Gannon, P, CA
    9 - Nick Travieso, P, FL
    10 - Stryker Trahan, C, LA

    Current College Freshmen
    1 - Matthew Purke, P, TCU
    2 - Kenny Diekroeger, P, Stanford
    3 - Jacob Stewart, P, Stanford
    4 - Deven Marrero, P, Arizona St
    5 - Mark Appel, P, Stanford
    6 - Brian Goodwin, P, UNC
    7 - Andrew Susac, P, Oregon St
    8 - Austin Maddox, P, Florida
    9 - Jake Barrett, P, Arizona St
    10 - Brian Johnson, P, Florida

    Current College Sophomores
    1 - Gerritt Cole, P, UCLA
    2 - Anthony Rendon, 3B, Rice
    3 - Taylor Jungmann, P, Texas
    4 - Sonny Gray, P, Vandy
    5 - Jack Armstrong, P, Vandy
    6 - Alex Meyer, P, Kentucky
    7 - Cecil Tanner, P, Georgia
    8 - Ryan Carpenter, P, Gonzaga
    9 - Zach Cox, 3B, Arkansas
    10 - Danny Hultzen, P, Virginia

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  43. where is tyler padgett , hes got a pop time of 1.96 , throws 86-89, and has batted 450-500 , but his high school has him playing 3rd
    base. very deserving young man.

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  44. Your forgetting two fantastic Prospects. Corey Taylor, Currently a Junior at Binghamton University who should be the America East player of the year and Jeremy Baltz, who is currently a freshman at St Johns and leading the big east in RBI with a 400+ batting average. Look them up

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  45. FWIW, #203 Ryan Brett, Highline HS, Burien Washington, is a middle infielder. Likemost great HS prospects, he plays everywhere, but his primary position is SS and is projected at 2B in pro ball.

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  46. Where is Cody Scott RHP from Midland?

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  47. I don't have any info on Scott.

    Thanks for the names guys. I'll keep an eye out for them and add them to my lists.

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  48. Good to see Drew Leary from San Diego State on this list. Incredible presence on the mound- his ball moves like crazy and he's shown a lot of guts out there this year (after being hit by a line drive in the crotch- he gets up and throws the guy out at first!). He's a gem.

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  49. This is amazing...another nerd pretending to be a scout. I play pro baseball and get so sick of seeing guys like this. No one in pro baseball respects people pretending to know what they are doing. Just going to websites and getting names and making up a "draft list" is joke. You will never get a job in baseball, don't waste your time. No scouting director will be impressed with your "list." Stick to the books.

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  50. That's nice. A jock who needs to go on the internet to pick on a nerd. Must not be on the list.

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  51. I'm not pretending to be a scout. I'm a baseball fan. I'm not looking for a job in baseball. I'm a former engineer fighting thru a shitty economy on my way to becoming an accountant in a year or so.
    I do this for fun, but it's jerks like you that take away from that. Congrats on being a pro ball player. You are a lucky man. Now if you don't like my site, go hit the cages or do some running. It's 3 AM and you're posting on a site you hate apparently. Well I can see your priorities are in the right place.
    I don't expect the respect of baseball players. I love the game and this is my outlet. I can't play anymore because my knee has needed replacing since I was 17 and have had 3 surgeries and continuous injections to keep mobile. I tore my rotator cuff at 12, learned to throw left handed just to play that summer. Pitched my senior year with torn cartilage in my knee and did it because I love the game. This is what I do know because I love the game. What do you do other than bitch at "nerds" who 99% of the world would call a hardcore fan?

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  52. Oh, by the way "pro ball player", I have no problem stating my name, why did you post anonymously?

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  53. Somebody told me theres a big lefty from uva-wise named scott cole that is apparently recovering from tommy john now throws upper 90's??

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  54. chad jones LSU

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  55. Thanks for putting this all together. I enjoy your site. I doubt that any MLB player would take the time to read and comment during the month of May. Ignore the wantabe. Keep up the good work.

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  56. I don't have any info on Cole.
    Chad Jones is on my list 600 range.

    I agree, I don't think it was a pro player. Just a jerk. Thank yo0u and I hope you keep enjoying the site.

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  57. What about Jace Brinkerhoff from Utah Valley. Lead the country in batting average and total hits?

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  58. Where does Dan Burkhart, the outstanding catcher from Ohio State rank on your list?

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  59. You got Drew Lee from Morehead State anywhere? He is a semi-finalist for the best shortstops in the country. thanks

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  60. Matt Arguello? 6-3 195lbs LHP from Mobile, Al?

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  61. Ryson Mauricio, played at Oregon Institute of Technology. This guy can flat out play. 2009 Cascade Conference Player of the Year. Had a great career at OIT. Why isn't he being drafted.

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  62. Mauricio can hit in a small conference, but he is short, not real fast, at least statistically and is already 23. Pretty old to give much of a shot considering he hasn't proven himself at a higher level.
    If he wants to play pro ball, an independant team looks like his best fit and try to get noticed.

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  63. Mauricio played against the same competition as Ashenbrenner from LC State, 18th round. He wasn't fast and is the same age. He beat out Ashenbrenner two years in a row for the all-region second base and as an all american. If you can hit, you can it it doesn't matter what level. "Short, not real fast"? All I got to say is PEDROIA.

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  64. If you were over looking Dillon Yeaman maybe your not now.. If you want to check out some more recent stats he is now playing in the Canada Western Major Baseball League for the Weyburn Beavers. They say he is throwing low 90's.You can check out his stats on Pointstreak.com after going baseball>WMBL icon>Weyburn> stats. Look out; this kid is good.

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  65. Any info yet on Brian Conrad from Brookdale CC? He was 9-2 ranked 5 in the nation. Brookdales #1 just was picked in the 2010 draft now Conrad is next for 2011. This guy is truly a gifted pitcher
    Many draft picks have come out of BCC Junior College.

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  66. Wonder why Jose Iglesias from Coastal did not get drafted. He is a finalist for Bench award and 3rd team all-american?

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  67. Iglesias wasn't drafted because he stated he wasn't sure if he wanted to play pro ball.

    Still nothing on Conrad. Other than a big arm and good stats at Brookdale.

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  68. For me, Robby Rowland (#186) needs to be in at least the 100s. i watched all of his baseball games last year and he is the best pitcher that i have ever seen and i saw Randy Johnson play high school baseball

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  69. Rowland ended up at #82 in my final top 300 here:

    http://milbprospects.blogspot.com/2010/05/top-300-draft-prospects.html

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  70. There's a med. redshirt lhp/1st out of Crenshaw - Kenji Corbisiero 5-11 245...his legs are like redwood trees..saw him last night at UCLA American Legion Ball 19u. Says will be at LBCC in fall for soph. year. Says using Am. legion ball as rehab trial. Anyway,injured forearm last fall at Marist (D1-N.Y.)Now,arm looks good.90+ low 3/4 slot with circle, curve and fork. Curve not so good. Nice 2 seamer. Change real nice. Fork is nasty.This kid is raw but according to Connie Mack Socal Bomber coaches this kid was the horse for Bombers Black 18u in 2009 last summer at LMU against the likes of Playa Vista Orioles and all the Socal D1 starlets in 2009. Saw him at LMU last summer....he was lights out in woodbat before his injury...looks like he's back. His Team was Playa Del Rey Dirty Birds 19u.

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  71. Wow, 5-11, 245. That alone will scare scouts, but I'll watch and listen for him. Thanks

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  72. Corbisiero picked up the win tonight in the opener of the California State American Legion Championships in Yountville against the San Mateo Shockers and ace Barry Timko UC Davis/Junipero Serra. Closed it out. Playa was down 2-3 in the 7th when he came in. Struck out the side twice with a 92 mph 4 seamer to a 87 mph 2 seamer. The fork was mid 80's. Didn't see change or curve. No way he's 245. 225 maybe.

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  73. Actually, his All State Teamate Rob Gselman got the save and KC had the win in relief pitching innings 7&8.

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  74. Corbisiero's a dead ringer for Eddie Guardado.Has a little more on it than Eddie.He's no top round guy though.

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  75. Really a Very Helpful Post. This is so very sweet and I will have to make one for my little peanut. Thanks for the instructions.

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