Thursday, May 9, 2013

2013 MLB Draft: Southeast Region

1. Clint Frazier, OF, HS, 40/70: Ridiculous bat speed. Huge power potential. Will be streaky against better pitching.
2. Ryne Stanek, P, JR, 45/65: mid to upper 90's fastball with plus slider when on. Hasn't shown it much this spring.
3. Austin Meadows, OF, HS, 35/70: elite athelte. Power potential, not sold on hit tool.
4. Justin Williams, OF, HS, 30/70: Powerful, athletic, young. flaws in swing, throwing mechanics
5. Hunter Renfroe, OF, JR, 40/60: Huge power potential, big arm. Not sure if performance is real or fluke.



6. Josh Hart, OF, HS, 40/55: Top of the lineup hitter, good defense. Could be a star if he can stick in CF.
7. Bobby Wahl, P, JR, 45/55: power stuff, maybe a reliever
8. Daniel Palka, OF, JR, 35/55: Better than most think. Good hitter. Good defender.
9. Philip Ervin, OF, JR, 40/55: Fast bat. Good power/speed combo. No projection.
10. Kyle Serrano, P, HS, 35/55: Low 90's with a plus breaking ball. Can hit 95. Coming on fast
11. Kevin Ziomek, P, JR, 35/50: three pitch mix. Flashes plus change and curve. Inconsitent. Mechanical issues say bullpen.
12. Tim Anderson, SS, J1, 35/55: has a ton of tools, looks the part and could stick at short. athletic and has some pop
13. Travis Demeritte, 3B, HS, 35/55: I'd try him at SS, just to see if it works.
14. Garrett Williams, P, HS, 35/55: good athelte. Can sit 92 with solid breaking ball.
15. Ryan Eades, P, JR, 40/50: Underwhelming. Middle to back of rotation potential.
16. Zane Evans, P, JR, 35/55: Raw power, good arm, good defensively.
17. Ivan Wilson, OF, HS, 30/55: Looks the part. Arm and speed to be plus in RF. Big power potential. RAW
18. Cody Reed, LHP, J1, 35/50: easy low 90's fastball. Atheltic. Good potential.
19. Terry McClure, OF, HS, 30/55: great athelte. Toolsy CF. Bat needs work but special potential
20. Colby Suggs, P, JR, 40/50: Big arm up to mid 90's. Hard breaking ball. Command is iffy. Has work to do in por ball
21. Stephen Wrenn, OF, HS, 30/50: Really fast. Not sure how much the bat plays.
22. Conrad Gregor, 1B, JR, 40/50: I want to like him more than I do. Lacks power. Nice swing, professional hitter. Good defender. Good athlete.
23. Mike Mayers, P, JR, 35/50: Solid fastball in the low 90's. Good breaking ball.
24. Stuart Turner, C, JR, 35/50: Can really hit. Average defender.
25. Jordan Sheffield, P, HS, 25/60: T.J. surgery makes him likely to be at Vandy. Up to 98 with great curveball may make someone give him a chance though.
26. Cole Stapler, P, HS, 30/50: up to 92 with nice breaking ball. Big power at the plate.
27. Kevin Davis, P, HS, 30/50: Arm strength. Up to 94. Not the best secondary's but I think they will improve.
28. Keegan Thompson, P, HS, 35/50: Two potential plus pitches. Average change. Athletic
29. Tony Rizzotti, P, JR, 35/50: Big guy. Low 90's with more on occasion. Mediocre secondary's. Injury history.
30. Robert Tyler, P, HS, 30/50: Solid average fastball. Long arm action restricts breaking ball. Tons of potential though.
31. Mason Katz, 1B, , 35/50: Power hitter. Maybe a LF.
32. Anfernee Grier, OF, HS, 30/50: really good athlete. All the tools. Too much swing and miss. Very young for his draft class.
33. Anthony Sherlag, C, HS, 35/50: I really like his bat. Fringy defense.
34. Brandon Thomas, OF, SR, 40/45: great athelte. Good hitter but kind of an enigma. Minimal power.
35. Buck Farmer, P, SR, 40/45: Low 90's fastball with usable secondaries. Back end of rotation guy.
36. Sam Moll, P, JR, 35/50: up to 94. power slider is good pitch
37. Jared Brasher, P, HS, 30/50: Has two potential plus pitches in his breaking ball and FB that touches 94
38. Tyler Ross, C, JR, 40/45: Good power bat.
39. Dustin Fowler, OF, , 35/50: Love the sweet LH swing.
40. Keenan Innis, OF, HS, 30/50: Really good all around athlete. Solid bat.
41. Barrett Astin, P, JR, 35/45: Can pitch. 90 FB. No out pitch
42. Trevor Clifton, P, HS, 25/55: Low 90's. Nice breaking ball. Really good change. Could be special with refinement.
43. Will Crowe, P, HS, 30/50: Low 90's with a potential plus breaking ball. Big guy.
44. Colin Bray, OF, J1, 30/50: has all the tools. Just needs to improve them, make better contact. Plus in cf
45. Connor Jones, P, HS, 35/50: The other Connor Jones. increased velo. Good looking LHP.
46. Dominic Ficociello, 2B, JR, 35/50: Confusing. Has looked worse each year the last three years. Potential.
47. DeAndre Smelter, P, JR, 25/50: Athlete but has had very little game action to improve. Raw. Potential.
48. Jacoby Jones, OF, JR, 35/45: Just can't hit. Doesn't even try sometimes. Frustrating athlete.
49. Jacob Heyward, OF, HS, 25/45: Good power potential. Solid athlete. Jason's brother
50. Kyle Carter, OF, J1, 25/50: Potential on the mound and at the plate.
51. Reid Humphreys, SS, HS, 25/45: brother of Nats tyler moore. Interesting tools
52. Tony Kemp, 2B, JR, 40/45: short guy with professional approach. Could be useful utiliy guy. Can play CF and 2B well.
53. Ryan Tella, OF, JR, 40/45: good cf, solid across the board. Plus 4th OF type. Tweener.
54. Adam Frazier, SS, JR, 35/45: Probabaly a 3B or utility player. Can hit but not much power.
55. Dalton Dulin, 2B, HS, 30/45: nice swing from both sides. 2B/Util profile. Quick. Player more than tools
56. Carlos Williams, OF, HS, 30/45: Swing needs work but expletive fast
57. Jordan Howard, P, HS, 30/45: Big righty up to 92.
58. Evan Smith, P, , 25/50: up to 93, plus cb, shoulder concern
59. Ed Voyles, P, HS, 30/45: Extremely tall and can hit 91
60. Jim Voyles, P, HS, 30/45: Extremely tall and can hit 91
61. Wesley Jones, 3B, HS, 30/50: Good athelte and tools but bat is a question
62. Trey Griffin, OF, J3, 30/50: Favorite since HS. Not giving up on him yet.
63. Silento Sayles, OF, HS, 25/50: fast, set steals record. Not a burner though. 6.6 speed. Level swing, very raw with minimal power. Not weak though.
64. Aubrey McCarty, 1B, HS, 25/50: Long levers, long swing. Will need to shorten up to be effective at the plate. 1B only.
65. Kyle Wren, OF, JR, 40/45:
66. Nick Rumbelow, P, JR, 30/45: reliever up to 94
67. Will Craig, P, HS, 25/45: thick build. FB at 90 could go higher
68. Austin Sexton, P, HS, 25/45: torn acl, college guy, DES
69. Kyle Farmer, SS, SR, 30/45:
70. Hunter Brothers, P, J1, 30/45:
71. Matt Grimes, P, JR, 30/45: Nice three pitch mix when on. Up to 94. Out with TJ last octover
72. Myles Smith, P, J3, 25/50: 96 fastball
73. C.K. IRBY, P, JR, 30/45:
74. Mike Yastrzemski, OF, SR, 35/45:
4th OF
75. Zachary Godley, P, SR, 25/40:
76. T.J. Pecoraro, P, JR, 40/45:
77. Kurt McCune, P, JR, 30/45: Low 90's fastball ath is best with a fringy breaking ball
78. Jordan Hankins, 2B, JR, 30/40:
79. Mott Hyde, SS, JR, 35/40:
80. Conor Costello, OF, SO, 25/40:
81. Philip Pfeifer, P, SO, 35/45:
82. Drake Roberts, 2B, SO, 25/40:
83. Nathan Foriest, P, J1, 20/45:
84. Case Nixon, C, JR, 25/40:
85. Spencer Navin, C, JR, 25/40:
86. Angel Rosa, SS, JR, 25/45:
87. Randy LeBlanc, P, JR, 35/45: Hasn't been himself since TJ. Was low 90's with plus change.
88. Heath Quinn, OF, HS, 25/40:
89. Jordan Patterson, OF, JR, 30/40:


NamePOSPos. #2LevelBatsThrowsHeightWeight
Clint FrazierOF3BHSRightRight6'1"190
Ryne StanekPJRRightRight6'4"180
Austin MeadowsOFLHPHSLeftLeft6'3"200
Justin WilliamsOF3BHSLR6'2"215
Hunter RenfroeOFPJRRightRight6'2"200
Josh HartOFHSLL6'2"180
Bobby WahlPJRRightRight6'4"195
Daniel PalkaOFJRLeftLeft6'2"220
Philip ErvinOFJRRightRight5'11"190
Kyle SerranoPHSRR6'1"185
Kevin ZiomekPJRRightLeft6'3"190
Tim AndersonSSOFJ1RR6'1"180
Travis Demeritte3BRHPHSRR6'1"185
Garrett WilliamsP1BHSLL6'2"195
Ryan EadesPJRRightRight6'3"205
Zane EvansPCJRRightRight6'2"210
Ivan WilsonOFHSRightRight6'3"220
Cody ReedLHP1BJ1BothLeft6'3"215
Terry McClureOFHSRR6'2"185
Colby SuggsPJRRRight5'11"230
Stephen WrennOFRHPHSRR6'2"175
Conrad Gregor1BJRLeftRight6'3"225
Mike MayersPJRRightRight6'3"185
Stuart TurnerCJRRightRight6'2"220
Jordan SheffieldPSSHSRR6'1"180
Cole StaplerP3BHSRightRight6'4"220
Kevin DavisPHSRR6'1"185
Keegan ThompsonPSSHSRR6'2"175
Tony RizzottiPJRRightRight6'5"225
Robert TylerPOFHSLR6'1"185
Mason Katz1B
Anfernee GrierOFRHPHSRR5'11"180
Anthony SherlagC1BHSRR6'3"210
Brandon ThomasOFSRBothRight6'3"205
Buck FarmerPSRLeftRight6'4"220
Sam MollPJRLL5'11"180
Jared BrasherPHSRR6'200
Tyler RossCJRRightRight6'3"225
Dustin FowlerOFLeftLeft6'1"170
Keenan InnisOFRHPHSLR6'180
Barrett AstinPJRRightRight6'1"190
Trevor CliftonPOFHSRR6'4"185
Will CroweP3BHSRR6'3"235
Colin BrayOFPJ1RL6'4"200
Connor JonesPHSRL6'2"190
Dominic Ficociello2B3BJRBothRight6'3"175
DeAndre SmelterPOFJRRightRight6'3"225
Jacoby JonesOF2BJRRightRight6'3"190
Jacob HeywardOF3BHSRR6'182
Kyle CarterOFLHPJ1LeftLeft6'175
Reid HumphreysSSRHPHSRR6'1"190
Tony Kemp2BOFJRLeftRight5'6"160
Ryan TellaOFJRLeftLeft5'11"170
Adam FrazierSSJRLeftLeft5'11"175
Dalton Dulin2BSSHSBothR5'9"165
Carlos WilliamsOFHSRR5'10"185
Jordan HowardP1BHSRR6'2"220
Evan SmithPRL6'5"190
Ed VoylesPHSRR6'7"190
Jim VoylesPHSRightRight6'7"185
Wesley Jones3BRHPHSRR6'2"175
Trey GriffinOFJ3RightRight6'4"205
Silento SaylesOFSSHSRightRight5'9"175
Aubrey McCarty1BPHSBothB6'3"205
Kyle WrenOFJRLeftLeft6'165
Nick RumbelowPJRRightRight6'1"190
Will CraigP1BHSRR6'3"225
Austin SextonP3BHSRR6'2"165
Kyle FarmerSSSRRightRight6'1"191
Hunter BrothersPJ1RR6'1"200
Matt GrimesPJRRightRight6'5"185
Myles SmithPJ3RightRight6'1"175
C.K. IRBYPJRRightRight6'1"195
Mike YastrzemskiOFSRLeftLeft5'11"185
Zachary GodleyPSRRightRight6'3"219
T.J. PecoraroPJRRightRight5'11"170
Kurt McCunePJRLeftRight6'3"170
Jordan Hankins2BJRLeftRight5'11"195
Mott HydeSSJRRightRight6'175
Conor CostelloOFSORightRight6'3"175
Philip PfeiferPSOLeftLeft6'190
Drake Roberts2BSORightRight5'8"155
Nathan ForiestPJ1RL6'2"190
Case NixonCJRRightRight6'2"185
Spencer NavinCJRRightRight6'1"190
Angel RosaSSJRRightRight6'1"192
Randy LeBlancPJRRightRight6'4"185
Heath QuinnOFHSRightRight6'2"185
Jordan PattersonOFPJRLeftLeft6'4"200


NameBirthdayLGStateCollegeCommit
Clint Frazier9/6/1994HSGeorgiaGeorgia
Ryne Stanek7/26/1991CollegeArkansasArkansas
Austin Meadows5/3/1995HSGeorgiaClemson
Justin Williams8/20/1995HSLouisianaLouisiana State
Hunter Renfroe1/28/1992CollegeMississippiMississippi State
Josh Hart10/2/1994HSGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Bobby Wahl3/21/1992CollegeMississippiMississippi
Daniel Palka10/28/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Philip Ervin7/17/1992CollegeAlabamaSamford
Kyle Serrano7/6/1995HSTennesseeTennessee
Kevin Ziomek3/21/1992CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Tim AndersonCollegeMississippiEast Central
Travis Demeritte9/30/1994HSGeorgiaSouth Carolina
Garrett Williams9/15/1994HSLouisianaOklahoma State
Ryan Eades12/15/1991CollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
Zane Evans11/29/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Ivan Wilson5/26/1995HSLouisiana
Cody ReedCollegeAlabamaNorthwest Mississippi
Terry McClure9/29/1995HSGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Colby Suggs10/25/1991CollegeArkansasArkansas
Stephen Wrenn10/7/1994HSGeorgiaGeorgia
Conrad Gregor2/27/1992CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Mike Mayers12/6/1991CollegeMississippiMississippi
Stuart Turner12/27/1991CollegeMississippiMississippi
Jordan Sheffield6/1/1995HSTennesseeVanderbilt
Cole Stapler12/22/1994HSLouisianaNicholls State
Kevin Davis11/24/1994HSAlabamaAuburn
Keegan Thompson3/13/1995HSAlabamaAuburn
Tony Rizzotti4/21/1992CollegeLouisianaTulane
Robert Tyler6/18/1995HSGeorgiaGeorgia
Mason KatzLouisianaLouisiana State
Anfernee Grier10/13/1995HSAlabamaAuburn
Anthony Sherlag11/17/1994HSGeorgiaWake Forest
Brandon Thomas2/7/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Buck Farmer2/20/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Sam Moll1/3/1992CollegeTennesseeMemphis
Jared Brasher1/3/1995HSAlabamaSamford
Tyler Ross1/17/1992CollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
Dustin FowlerHSGeorgiaSouthern Georgia
Keenan Innis8/3/1994HSGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Barrett Astin10/22/1991CollegeArkansasArkansas
Trevor Clifton5/11/1995HSTennesseeKentucky
Will Crowe9/9/1994HSTennesseeSouth Carolina
Colin BrayHSAlabamaFaulkner State
Connor Jones11/17/1994HSGeorgiaGeorgia
Dominic Ficociello4/10/1992CollegeArkansasArkansas
DeAndre Smelter12/3/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Jacoby Jones5/10/1992CollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
Jacob Heyward8/1/1995HSGeorgiaMiami
Kyle Carter1/5/1994CollegeGeorgiaMiami-Dade
Reid HumphreysHSMississippiMississippi State
Tony Kemp10/31/1991CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Ryan Tella5/18/1991CollegeAlabamaAuburn
Adam Frazier12/14/1991CollegeMississippiMississippi State
Dalton Dulin5/9/1994HSTennesseeMississippi
Carlos Williams10/24/1994HSTennesseeMississippi
Jordan Howard1/5/1995HSGeorgiaGeorgia Southern
Evan SmithAlabamaFaulkner State CC
Ed Voyles3/20/1995HSGeorgiaFlorida State
Jim Voyles3/20/1995HSGeorgiaFlorida State
Wesley Jones8/12/1995HSGeorgiaGeorgia
Trey Griffin11/20/1991CollegeTennesseeTennessee Wesleyan
Silento Sayles8/28/1995HSMississippiChipola
Aubrey McCarty1/24/1995HSGeorgiaVanderbilt
Kyle Wren4/22/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Nick Rumbelow9/6/1991CollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
Will Craig11/16/1994HSTennesseeWake Forest
Austin Sexton7/17/1994HSAlabamaMississippi State
Kyle Farmer8/17/1990CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia
Hunter Brothers12/20/1991HSTenneseeLipscomb
Matt Grimes9/4/1991CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Myles Smith3/23/1992CollegeTennesseeLee
C.K. IRBY5/6/1992CollegeAlabamaSamford
Mike Yastrzemski8/23/1990CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Zachary Godley4/21/1990CollegeTennesseeTennessee
T.J. Pecoraro11/22/1992CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Kurt McCune12/3/1991CollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
Jordan Hankins2/18/1992CollegeTennesseeAustin Peay State
Mott Hyde3/10/1992CollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
Conor Costello11/4/1992CollegeArkansasNavarro
Philip Pfeifer7/15/1992CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Drake Roberts1/6/1992CollegeArkansasNavarro
Nathan Foriest7/23/1992UNLTenneseeMiddle Tennessee State
Case Nixon4/16/1991CollegeAlabamaAlabama
Spencer Navin8/11/1992CollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
Angel RosaCollegeMississippiAlcorn State
Randy LeBlanc3/7/1992CollegeLouisianaTulane
Heath Quinn6/7/1995HSAlabamaSamford
Jordan PattersonCollegeAlabamaSouth Alabama

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