1.Drew Stubbs(OF-University of Texas)(6'4, 200 lbs)
Comments:A toolsy college outfielder, scouts think Stubbs is a gold glove quality CF right now. He's got a power and speed combination that is tempered by his strikeout rate.
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2.Sean Watson(CL-University of Tennessee)
Comments:A college closer with four usable pitches. He hasn't been consistent in his junior year, but when on, he's very effective with a good curveball and a nasty knucklecurve.
3.Chris Valaika(SS-UC Santa Barbara)
Comments:He's come back from a torn ACL last year and is a solid infielder with some pop in his bat. He may profile best as a second baseman or a utility guy.
4.Justin Reed(CF-Hillcrest Christian Academy-MS)
Comments:He's very athletic with a football scholarship to Mississippi. Speed is his best tool, though he has shown improvement with the bat and in CF.
5.Josh Ravin(RHP-Chatsworth HS-CA)
6.Jordan Smith(RHP-Southern Nevada CC-NV)
7.Justin Turner(2B-Cal St Fullerton)
8.Travis Webb(LHP-Washington St)
9.Jeremy Burchett(RHP-UC Berkley)
11., Brandon Rice, Spalding HS, Georgia:
12, Logan Parker, University of Cincinnati: Rated above average athletically as a first baseman. He could end up playing a corner outfield spot.
13. Kevin Gunter, RHP, Old Dominion University: In 15 starts for ODU, went 6-5 with a 3.46 ERA. Struck out 101 batters, compared to 30 walks, over 104 innings.
14, Carson Kainer, OF, University of Texas: Teammate of Stubbs is considered an offensive-type of player.
15, Rafael Sanchez, 3B, Queensborough CC: The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder also pitched in college, but was drafted as an infielder.
16, Jamie Arneson, LHP, Bakersfield College: Struck out 102 batters in 81 innings this season.
17, Chris Heisey, OF, Messiah College, Pa.: Batted .428 this season and was named Commonwealth Conference Player of the Year. Stole 21 bases in 22 attempts.
18, Ryan Wehrle, SS, University of Nebraska: Led the Huskers in batting average (.367), hits (83) and on-base percentage (.447). He was a first-team All-Big 12 selection.
19 564 Derrik Lutz rhp George Washington DC
20 594 Eddy Rodriguez c Miami FL
21 624 Christopher White rhp Texas A&M KingsvilleTX
22 654 Adam Pointer rhp Alvin (Texas) CC TX
23 684 Tony Brown of Crestview (Fla.) HS FL
24 714 Anthony Esquer c Cal Poly Pomona CA
25 744 Michael McKennon of UT San Antonio TX
26 774 Anthony Gressick rhp Ohio OH
27 804 Keltavious Jones of Darton (Ga.) JC GA
28 834 Tyler Hauschild C Edmonds (Wash.) CC WA
29 864 Jason Louwsma 3b Florida Gulf Coast FL
30 894 Lee Tabor lhp Francis Marion (S.C.) JC SC
31 924 Eric Schaler rhp Dallas Baptist TX
32 954 Danny Dorn of Cal State Fullerton CA
33 984 Justin Curry rhp Buford (Ga.) HS GA
34 1014 Ben Ihde 1b Neenah (Wis.) HS WI
35 1044 John Touchton rhp Kingwood (Texas) HS TX
36 1074 Nicholas Wandless rhp South Carolina-Aiken SC
37 1104 Jarrod Gaskey of Azle (Texas) HS TX
38 1134 Trevor Coleman c Dripping (Texas) Springs HS TX
39 1164 Todd Waller 3b Cape Coral (Fla.) HS FL
40 1194 Tyler Dewitt of Ponderosa HS, Shingle Springs, Calif. CA