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61Thompson, TrayceSanta Margarita HS (CA)CFR/R6'03"1951991-03-15HS
Comments: Thompson is the son of former NBA standout Mychal Thompson and this is the first year he's focused only on baseball and stopped playing basketball. As a result, he's improved tremendously and has shown glimpses of reaching the very high ceiling he has. He's got power potential and shown a good approach at the plate, though he will strike out quite a bit. A good center fielder now, if he reaches his potential, he'll be the quintessential corner outfielder. It looks like he might be just scratching the surface and a team is likely to agree and draft his potential fairly early.
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62Mendonca, ThomasFresno St U3BL/R6'01"2001988-04-12JR
Comments: Mendonca fits the profile as an athletic, left-handed power hitting third baseman. He takes advantage of a friendly home park, but the power should translate OK. Couple that with good defense at the hot corner and you're looking at one of the more interesting college infield prospects in the class. Only his tendency to strike out will hurt his status some, but he still should go well.
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63Kipnis, JasonArizona St UCFL/R5'10"1751987-04-03SR
Comments: It's hard to argue with the statistical success Kipnis has had at ASU, particularly in his junior season. But projecting him is a little more difficult. He's got average tools across the board and does tend to play above them. But he doesn't profile as an everyday guy at any one outfield position, making him more of a tweener or fourth-outfielder type. Still, he's tightened up his swing and his on-base ability should appeal to those teams who really value those skills.
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64Krauss, MarcOhio ULFL/R6'03"2351987-10-05JR
65Gould, GarrettMaize HS (KS)RHPR/R6'04"1991-07-19HS
Comments: Gould had a ton of helium as the spring wore on and his high school season in Kansas came to an end. He's got one of the best curveballs in the draft class and saw his velocity climb in his senior season as well. Add in a projectable body and excellent athleticism, and it seems extremely possible that some teams would not worry about some effort in his delivery and could take him at some point in the opening round.
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66Berglund, BryanRoyal HS (CA)RHPR/R6'04"1801990-11-02HS
Comments: Good feel for pitching, with three average to above pitches; good command and a projectable body. Doesn't have the fastball right now that some like to see from the top high school arms. Berglund is a step or two behind the top high school pitchers in this class, even in Southern California, but there's still a lot to like. He's got a tall and projectable frame, three pitches he can throw for strikes and a pretty good idea of how to pitch. While his fastball doesn't light up guns, there's a chance that, as he matures, he'll find more in the tank. He's not one of those high-octane arms you'll see go off the board in the top round, but he might not be that far behind.
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67Stock, RobertU Southern CaliforniaCL/R6'01"1951989-11-21JR
68Eliopoulos, JakeSacred Heart Catholic HSLHPL/L6'03"1851991-05-25HS
69Bushue, TannerSouth Central HS (IL)RHPR/R6'04"1801991-06-20HS
70Bullock, WilliamU FloridaRHPR/R6'06"2251988-02-27JR
71Holmberg, DavidPort Charlotte HS (FL)LHPR/L6'04"2201991-07-19HS
72Matz, StevenWard Melville HS (NY)LHPR/L6'02"1921991-05-29HS
73Walla, MaxwellAlbuquerque Academy (NM)RFL/L5'11"1951991-04-12HS
Comments: Every draft seems to have some high school players who are just plain hitters. Walla is one of those in 2009. Not the biggest guy in the world, he's stronger than you'd think and should hit for at least average power in the future. He can't run, so he'll be limited to a corner OF spot, but he's got the arm for it and should have more than enough bat as well. A really good student with plus makeup, he maximizes the tools he does have and could be a middle-of-the-order corner bat in the future.
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74Garfield, CameronMurrieta Valley HS (CA)CR/R6'00"1921991-05-23HS
Comments: Garfield is one more from the deep crop of high school catchers in this class. While an ankle injury threw him off and kept him from catching for a chunk of the season, scouts know all about his excellent catch-and-throw skills behind the plate. He does have some ability with the bat, though he sometimes tries to swing too big to get to some power. He admittedly struggled for much of his senior season, but healthy at the end, he was improving his Draft stock with impressive workouts for teams once his season was over.
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75Dugan, KellyNotre Dame HS (CA)CFS/R6'03"1951990-09-18HS
76Murphy, JohnThe Pendleton School (FL)CR/R5'10"1701991-05-13HS
77Wilson, WilliamTexas A&M URHPR/R6'00"2151986-11-03SR
Comments: Wilson red-shirted in 2008, his first season at A&M after coming over from Winthrop, following Tommy John surgery. If early starts were any indication, he seemed to be all the way back with an array of above-average pitches. He goes right after hitters and while he's a little maximum effort with his delivery, he maintains it deep into starts. He's the kind of college starter who could sneak up on people come Draft time.
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78Diekroeger, KennethMenlo School (CA)SSR/R6'02"1901990-11-05HS
79LeMahieu, DavidLouisiana St UIFR/R6'04"1961988-07-13SO
Comments: As a shortstop from a major college program, LeMahieu is going to get plenty of looks. Like most LSU products, he plays the game the right way and makes the most of his average tools. He's got a solid approach at the plate, but doesn't have a ton of raw power. That wouldn't matter, except for the fact he might have to move to third as he matures. Still, as a real "baseball player" who's excelled in a major program, he's bound to be drafted well.
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80Corbin, PatrickChipola JCLHPL/L6'03"1651989-07-19J2
81Holder, TrevorU GeorgiaRHPR/R6'02"2051987-01-08SR
82Seager, KyleUNC Chapel Hill2BL/R5'10"1987-11-03JR
Comments: Seager is another advanced bat from the University of North Carolina. While not as elite as teammate Dustin Ackley, he can swing the stick pretty well. He doesn't have a ton of power and that could help dictate what position he plays professionally. He's played both second and third well, but most feel he's best suited for the former, where his offensive skill set profiles better. As a pretty good offensive middle infielder, he could go pretty high on Draft day.
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83Sullivan, GeraldOral Roberts URHPR/R6'04"2201988-01-18JR
84Chambers, EvanHillsborough CCCFR/R5'11"2101989-03-24J2
85Townsend, TylerFlorida International U1BL/R6'03"1988-05-14JR
86Dominguez, ChristopherU Louisville3BR/R6'05"2351986-11-22SR
87Hale, DavidPrinceton URHPR/R6'02"2001987-09-27JR
88Joseph, DonU HoustonLHPL/L6'03"1901987-11-01JR
89Gaynor, WadeWestern Kentucky U3BR/R6'04"1988-04-19JR
90Paulsen, BenjaminClemson U1BL/R6'04"2051987-10-27JR
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