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2015 Mariners Prospect List

Rank Name Projection
1 Alex Jackson Elite RF
2 D.J. Peterson Elite 1B
3 Gabriel Guerrero 1st Div. RF
4 Ketel Marte 1st Div. 2B
5 Austin Wilson 1st Div. LF
6 Gareth Morgan 1st Div. LF
7 Tyler O'Neill 1st Div. LF
8 Luiz Gohara #3 Starter
9 Danny Hultzen #4 Starter
10 Victor Sanchez #3 Starter
11 Edwin Diaz Impact Reliever
12 Tyler Pike Impact Reliever
13 Brayan Hernandez 1st Div. LF
14 Tyler Marlette 2nd Div. C
15 Carson Smith #5 Starter
16 Austin Cousino 2nd Div. CF
17 Jochi Ogando Impact Reliever
18 Marvin Gorgas #4 Starter
19 Lars Huijer #4 Starter
20 Daniel Missaki #4 Starter
21 Patrick Kivlehan 2nd Div. 3B
22 David Rollins #5 Starter
23 Dylan Unsworth #5 Starter
24 John Hicks 2nd Div. C
25 Jabari Blash 2nd Div. LF
26 Xavier Avery 2nd Div. LF
27 Emilio Pagan #5 Starter
28 Tim Lopes 2nd Div. 2B
29 Leon Landry 2nd Div. LF
30 Dan Altavilla Reliever
31 Erick Mejia Backup SS
32 Dario Pizzano 2nd Div. LF
33 Ryan Yarbrough Reliever
34 Rayder Ascanio Backup SS
35 Jack Reinheimer Backup SS
36 Edgar Olmos Reliever
37 Julio Morban Backup LF
38 Wayne Taylor Backup C
39 Hershin Martinez Backup LF
40 Freddy Peralta Reliever
41 Ji-Man Choi Backup 1B
42 Mayckol Guaipe Reliever
43 Trey Cochran-Gill Reliever
44 Stephen Landazuri Reliever
45 Logan Bawcom Reliever
46 Tyler Smith Backup SS
47 Joe Decarlo Backup 3B
48 Stephen Kohlscheen Reliever
49 Jordy Lara Backup 1B
50 Jordan Pries Reliever
51 Guillermo Pimentel Backup LF
52 Zack Littell Reliever
53 Ronald Dominguez Reliever
54 Jabari Henry Backup LF
55 Rohn Pierce Reliever
56 Nick Kiel Reliever
57 Aaron Barbosa Backup LF
58 Peter Miller Reliever
59 Marcus Littlewood 3RD CATCHER
60 Tyler Herb Reliever
61 Michael Dowd 3RD CATCHER
62 Steve Baron 3RD CATCHER
63 Daniel Torres 3RD CATCHER
64 Matt Anderson Reliever
65 Matt Brazis Reliever
66 Jack Marder Backup 2B
67 Johan Quevedo 3RD CATCHER
68 Aaron Brooks Reliever
69 Scott DeCecco Reliever
70 Luis Liberato Backup LF
71 Wilton Martinez Backup RF
72 Arby Fields Backup LF
73 Ugueth Urbina Reliever
74 Estarlyn Morales Backup LF
75 Daniel Paolini Backup 1B
76 Zach Shank 3RD 2B/SS
77 Leury Vargas #N/A


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4 Drew Pomeranz LHP Mississippi
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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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