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Rank Name Age League
1 Arodys Vizcaino 19 South Atlantic
2 Jordan Lyles 19 Texas
3 Randall Delgado 20 Carolina
4 Alejandro Sanabia 21 Southern
5 Jeremy Hellickson 23 International
6 Blake Beavan 21 Texas
7 Michael Pineda 21 Southern
8 Bryan Woodall 23 California
9 Brandon Kintzler 25 Southern
10 Jorge Bucardo 20 South Atlantic
11 Mark Cohoon* 22 South Atlantic
12 Edgar Osuna* 22 Texas
13 Cesar Cabral* 21 South Atlantic
14 Robert Erlin* 19 South Atlantic
15 Derek Holland* 23 Pacific Coast
16 Brandon Moore 24 South Atlantic
17 Charles Furbush* 24 Florida State
18 Travis Wood* 23 International
19 Tyler Skaggs* 18 Midwest
20 David Phelps 23 Eastern
21 Jarred Cosart 20 South Atlantic
22 Stephen Strasburg 21 International
23 Ian Krol* 19 Midwest
24 Ethan Hollingsworth 23 California
25 Nicholas Hernandez* 21 South Atlantic
26 Erasmo Ramirez 20 Midwest
27 Chris Resop 27 International
28 Liam Hendriks 21 Midwest
29 Julio Teheran 19 South Atlantic
30 Bryan Morris 23 Florida State
31 Daniel Hudson 23 International
32 Julio Teheran 19 Carolina
33 Zachary Quate 22 Florida State
34 Michael Montgomery* 20 Carolina
35 Charles Brewer 22 Midwest
36 Tyler Chatwood 20 California
37 James Fuller* 23 South Atlantic
38 Juan Oramas* 20 California
39 Frank Herrmann 26 International
40 Luke French* 24 Pacific Coast
41 Max Scherzer 25 International
42 Rudy Owens* 22 Eastern
43 Diego Moreno 23 Florida State
44 Mike Minor* 22 Southern
45 Joseph Wieland 20 South Atlantic
46 Jacob Turner 19 Midwest
47 Elih Villanueva 23 Southern
48 Barry Enright 24 Southern
49 Juan Nicasio 23 California
50 Madison Bumgarner* 20 Pacific Coast
51 Jake Arrieta 24 International
52 Eric Surkamp* 22 California
53 Jose Ramirez 20 South Atlantic
54 Nick Barnese 21 Florida State
55 Robert Ross* 21 South Atlantic
56 Matt Thompson 20 South Atlantic
57 Tom Milone* 23 Eastern
58 Shaeffer Hall* 22 South Atlantic
59 Bryan Salsbury 20 South Atlantic
60 Giovanni Soto* 19 Midwest
61 Brad Lincoln 25 International
62 Cody Eppley 24 California
63 Evan MacLane* 27 Pacific Coast
64 Kenneth McNutt 20 Midwest
65 Andrew Cashner 23 Pacific Coast
66 Chris Tillman 22 International
67 Wilking Rodriguez 20 Midwest
68 Garrett Richards 22 Midwest
69 Cory Burns 22 Midwest
70 Elisaul Pimentel 21 Midwest
71 Daniel Rosenbaum* 22 South Atlantic
72 Kendal Volz 22 South Atlantic
73 Brad Peacock 22 Carolina
74 Brad Hand* 20 Florida State
75 Anthony Vasquez* 23 Midwest
76 Matt Klinker 25 Southern
77 Allen Webster 20 Midwest
78 Anthony Bass 22 California
79 Todd Redmond 25 International
80 Matt Shoemaker 23 California
81 Patrick Corbin* 20 Midwest
82 Jay Jackson 22 Pacific Coast
83 Alexander Torres* 22 Southern
84 Liam Hendriks 21 Florida State
85 Casey Coleman 22 Pacific Coast
86 Matthew Montgomery 22 South Atlantic
87 Douglas Arguello* 25 Texas
88 Shane Dyer 22 Midwest
89 T.J. McFarland* 21 Carolina
90 Chad Jenkins 22 Midwest
91 Justin Thomas* 26 International
92 Thomas Diamond 27 Pacific Coast
93 Trevor Feeney 24 Midwest
94 Bryan Augenstein 23 Pacific Coast
95 Adam Wilk* 22 Florida State
96 Wade LeBlanc* 25 Pacific Coast
97 Simon Castro 22 Texas
98 Nathan Adcock 22 Florida State
99 Hector Noesi 23 Florida State
100 Sam LeCure 26 International

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