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Draft 2008
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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
1105Hagens, BradinMerced ColRHPR/R6'01"1751989-05-12J1
505Kuebler, JacobLincoln Southeast HS (NE)RHPR/R6'05"1901989-09-03HS
655Hardy, BlaineLewis-Clark St ColLHPL/L6'02"1951987-03-14JR400K
1344Anderson, RaymondLassiter HS (GA)CFL/L5'09"1701989-11-21HS
145Lamb, JohnLaguna Hills HS (CA)LHPL/L6'03"1851990-07-10HS400K
Comments: As recently as last summer, Lamb was a two-way player who was drawing some interest as a John Mabry-type hitter. It appears that he's now more focused on pitching and it's paying off. If he continues to improve his breaking ball and his command, the lefty should garner plenty of attention leading up to the Draft.
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865Brett, BeauJoel E Ferris HS (WA)1BL/L6'03"1851989-07-14HS400K
80Sample, TylerJ K Mullen Prep School (CO)RHPR/R6'07"1989-06-27HS400K
Comments: If you're looking for a big right-hander with power stuff, Sample might be your guy. He's got a fastball that cranks up to 95 mph and a hammer curve. He doesn't use the change much, but it should be a pitch for him in the future. He's never going to be an above-average command guy, but he should throw enough strikes to be successful. He might be a bit of a project, but at 6-foot-7 with that kind of stuff, someone will be willing to try and see it through.
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325Bronson, MalcolmJasper HS (TX)OFL/R6'00"1851990-05-11HS
1195Halliman, PernellJackson St URHPR/R6'06"2401986-12-20JR
36Montgomery, MichaelHart HS (CA)LHPL/L6'05"1801989-07-01HS400K
Comments: Every spring, there seem to be high school lefties who gain some "helium" and move up Draft charts. Montgomery is one of them this season, thanks to a spike in velocity that has the southpaw getting up to 93 mph. Combine that with decent command and a projectable frame and he's becoming more intriguing to teams willing to work with him on developing his secondary offerings.
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265Alfaro, JohnGrayson County ColSSR/R5'09"1701988-04-28J2
295Matos, MauricioDe Witt Clinton HS (NY)CR/R6'00"1851990-09-10HS
1135Thompson, JamesColumbus St URHPR/R6'03"1951987-08-15SR
1315Johnson, PatrickColony HS (CA)OFR/R6'01"1751990-07-02HS
835Billo, GregoryCarl Sandburg HS (IL)RHPR/R6'04"1990-07-15HS
475Saito, DerrickCal Poly San Luis ObispoLHPL/L5'09"1551987-12-26JR400K
Comments: A walk-on who attended Cal Poly for the engineering program, Saito has opened a lot of eyes and left a lot of scouts scratching their heads. To say he's undersized is an understatement, but he's got a huge arm and the ability to throw four pitches for strikes. Someone will have to take a risk to take him, but they could have a top-notch lefty specialist if they do.
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445Espinosa, AlbertoBroward CC1BR/R6'00"2201986-09-15J2
535Testa, CarloBelmont UCFL/L6'03"2181986-12-16JR
745Bryant, CarsonAzusa Pacific URHPR/R6'03"1951986-06-06SR400K
205Esposito, JasonAmity Regional HS (CT)3BR/R6'01"1951990-07-19HS400K
3Hosmer, EricAmerican Heritage School (FL)1BL/L6'04"2151989-10-24HS400K
Comments: Arguably the top high school bat in the Draft class, the lefty first baseman has drawn comparisons to Casey Kotchman for his advanced hitting approach, though he might not quite be there. He's got a ton of upside with the bat, both in terms of hitting for average and power and he's surprisingly nimble defensively. Teams who like high school hitters with potential to move fairly quickly will be on Hosmer all spring.
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