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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
738Kemp, DanielTantasqua Reg HS (MA)SSR/R6'03"1801991-08-07HS
673Kayne, ZachDavidson ColSSS/R5'10"1801986-11-22SR
231Karcich, JonSanta Clara USSR/R6'02"1951987-09-10JR
786Kaczrowski, DanielHamline USSR/R5'09"1701987-06-17SR
118Jones, MycalMiami Dade CC SouthSSR/R5'10"1651987-05-30J3
159Jackson, RyanU MiamiSSR/R6'02"1751988-05-10JR
Comments: Jackson might be among the best defensive shortstops in the Draft class. With a plus arm, good hands and excellent instincts, he's a true shortstop who'll have no problem playing the position at the big-league level. The main question is if he'll hit, though he's been productive with a line-drive, inside-out approach in the past. Just how much people believe in the bat could determine how early he gets drafted.
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1322Hudgins, DerrickMiddleton HS (FL)SSR/R5'11"1651991-03-10HS
277Hernandez, BryantU OklahomaSSR/R5'09"1751988-03-05JR
191Hernandez, EnriqueAmerican Military AcademySSR/R5'11"1701991-08-24HS
1071Harris, RobbieCardinal Gibbons HS (MD)SSL/R6'00"1901991-07-07HS
576Hamrick, RandallBrewton Parker ColSSR/R6'01"1951986-08-275S
57Hamilton, BillyTaylorsville HS (MS)SSR/R6'01"1601990-09-09HS
Comments: Hamilton is the quintessential high-risk, high-reward athlete at this level who is sure to interest many in June. A three-sport star in Mississippi, he's got all sorts of tools, though his hitting approach is a bit crude and he's got some holes in his swing. But the bat speed, strength and running speed would make any scout at least intrigued, especially if you think he can stay at shortstop. Someone will take a chance on that -- and that they can sign him away from his football commitment to Mississippi State on Draft day.
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600Gulliver, JimmyEastern Michigan USSL/R5'11"1801986-06-06SR
427Grider, CasioNewberry ColSSR/R6'01"1651987-08-17SR
426Greer, BrentWestern Carolina USSR/R6'00"1851987-10-16JR
13Green, GrantU Southern CaliforniaSSR/R6'03"1851987-09-27JR
Comments: Premier college shortstops don't come around all that often and when they do, they get drafted early. That should be the case for Green, who has the potential to shine on both sides of the ball with all five tools. He shook off some early struggles to perform up to expectations, though his lack of energy at times has bothered scouts. Even with that, he's a confident and accomplished college player who shouldn't wait long to hear his name called.
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828Gragnani, ReedMills E Godwin HS (VA)SSS/R5'10"1990-09-05HS
385Gourley, JohnEastern Wayne HS (NC)SSR/R6'00"1801991-06-28HS
999Goodwin, DevinDelta St USSR/R5'11"1851986-10-02SR
1391Gonzalez, JustinChristopher Columbus HS (FL)SSR/R6'02"1751991-06-24HS
120Gomez, EdwinPuerto Rico BB Academy HSSSS/R6'03"1751991-08-26HS
130Goins, RyanDallas Baptist USSL/R5'10"1988-02-13JR
54Givens, MychalH B Plant HS (FL)SSR/R6'01"1901990-05-13HS
Comments: Givens is one of the better all-around athletes in the Draft class who will get looks both at shortstop and on the mound on Draft day. He's a good defender with a plus arm who uses his athleticism well. A plus runner, he's got the kind of frame that should allow him to get stronger ... which could lead to more power. The key to unlocking that will be a better overall hitting approach. There is some risk with his bat, but if a team feels he'll hit, he'll go early.
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496Gennett, RyanSarasota HS (FL)SSL/R5'09"1641990-05-01HS
1507Garcia, DavidKennedy HS (CA)SSR/R6'00"1401991-08-09HS
1086Freeman, MichaelClemson USSL/R6'00"1701987-08-04JR
27Franklin, NicholasLake Brantley HS (FL)SSS/R6'01"1991-03-02HS
Comments: It seems every Draft class has a few middle infielders from Florida who don't wow you with tools, but impress with how they play the game. Franklin might be in that group with a solid, if unspectacular, tool set. Nothing jumps out at you tools-wise, but he just goes out and does a good job and can do a little bit of everything. He won't be the first prep shortstop to go in the Draft, but his kind of solid all-around profile usually gets taken early.
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1280Ford, TreyChaparral HS (AZ)SSR/R6'02"2001990-07-25HS
1205Folgia, GregoryU Missouri ColumbiaSSS/R5'10"1941988-03-31JR
180Fields, DanielU Detroit Jesuit HS (MI)SSL/R6'01"1991-01-23HS
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