Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread
Originally Posted by lollipopcurve
Yes, true. In Moore's case, he's schooled under Schuerholtz in Atlanta, and they've done well drafting HS players -- in part, perhaps, because they've always been at the bottom of the first round. This is his first experience in the stratosphere of the first round, and maybe he's finding himself a little oxygen-starved.
Good point. A #28 pick isn't nearly the priority decision that a #1 pick is.
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