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New York Mets Top Players 25 and Under

1 Matt Harvey RHP
2 Zack Wheeler RHP
3 Ike Davis 1B
4 Brandon Nimmo OF
5 Jonathon Niese LHP
6 Wilmer Flores SS
7 Juan Urbina LHP
8 Fernando Martinez OF
9 Jenrry Mejia RHP
10 Ruben Tejada SS
11 Jeurys Familia RHP
12 Christian Montgomery RHP
13 Cesar Puello OF
14 Reese Havens 2B
15 Jefry Marte 3B
16 Phillip Evans SS
17 Kirk Nieuwenhuis OF
18 Akeel Morris RHP
19 Pedro Beato RHP
20 Josh Thole C
21 Aderlin Rodriguez 3B
22 Jordany Valdespin 2B
23 Logan Verrett RHP
24 Gregory Peavey RHP
25 Matt Den Dekker OF
26 Michael Fulmer RHP
27 Tyler Pill RHP
28 Michael Hebert RHP
29 Cory Vaughn OF
30 Robert Carson LHP
31 Zach Dotson LHP
32 Darrell Ceciliani OF
33 Wilfredo Tovar SS
34 Bradley Marquez OF
35 Gilbert Gomez OF
36 Josh Stinson RHP
37 Robbie Shields SS
38 Blake Forsythe C
39 Mark Cohoon LHP
40 Bradley Holt RHP
41 Alex Panteliodis LHP
42 Jeffrey Diehl C
43 Sean Ratliff OF
44 Matt Budgell RHP
45 Scott Moviel RHP
46 Joe Tuschak OF
47 Jack Leathersich LHP
48 Steve Matz LHP
49 Gabriel Ynoa P
50 Erik Goeddel RHP
51 Armando Rodriguez RHP
52 Manuel Hilario C
53 Kyle Allen RHP
54 Daniel Muno SS
55 John Gant RHP
56 Chad Sheppard RHP
57 Javier Rodriguez OF
58 Michael Bernal OF
59 Persio Reyes P
60 Isaac Monrroy P
61 Cory Mazzoni RHP
62 Rainy Lara P
63 Julian Hilario P
64 Ramon Estevez P
65 Flabio Ortega P


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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
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