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2007 Draft
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Rank Name Pos B/T H/W NCAA/HS School/State Comments
-02 Brackman, Andrew RHP R/R 6-9/235 College NC State Skyscraper RHP with mid-90s heater
02 Arencibia, J.P. C R/R 6-1/195 College Tennessee Slugging catcher with advanced offensive skills
03 Fields, Josh CL R/R 6-0/185 College Georgia Dynamic closer with mid 90s heat & wicked slider
04 Burgess, Michael RF L/L 5-11/200 High School Hillsborough (FL) Incredibly powerful RF prospect with a cannon for an arm
05 Dominguez, Matt 3B R/R 6-2/180 High School Chatsworth (CA) Athletic 3B with strong arm, powerful bat
06 LaPorta, Matt 1B R/R 6-1/215 College Florida Powerful, slugging 1B that needs to rebound from poor season
07 Alderson, Tim RHP R/R 6-7/210 High School Horizon (AZ) Tall yet polished righty with good repertoire
08 Blair, Seth RHP R/R 6-2/190 High School Rock Falls (IL) Athletic RHP with very good, hard sinker
09 Peavey, Greg RHP R/R 6-2/185 High School Hudson's Bay (WA) Established NW RHP with good polish, natural movement
10 Borbon, Julio CF L/L 6-1/180 College Tennessee Prototypical leadoff hitting CF
11 Watson, Tony LHP L/L 6-4/210 College Nebraska Projectable lefty with good control, stuff
12 Mangini, Matt 3B L/R 6-4/222 College Oklahoma State Pure hitting 3B with gap power
13 Brown, Jay RHP R/R 6-4/200 College South Carolina Good-sized RHP with solid stuff
14 Nash, Garrett SS S/R 6-0/180 College Jordan (UT) Exciting 5-tool SS/CF prospect with great speed
15 Kulbacki, Kellen LF L/L 5-11/205 College James Madison Hard-nosed outfielder coming off huge '06 season
16 McGeary, Jack LHP L/L 6-3/200 High School Roxbury Latin (MA) Projectable and athletic LHP with great control and solid stuff
17 Noonan, Nick SS L/R 6-1/185 High School Parker (CA) Natural left-handed hitting middle infielder
18 Morris, Hunter 3B L/R 6-4/200 High School Hunter (AL) Big lefty slugger whose value is greater at 3B
19 Schmidt, Nick LHP L/L 6-5/220 College Arkansas Tall, projectable lefty with good stuff
20 Easley, Ed C R/R 6-0/195 College Mississippi State Contact hitting catcher with questionable D'
21 Russell, Kyle RF L/L 6-5/185 College Texas Big time power hitting RF prospect with good arm
22 Zawacki, Brett RHP R/R 6-2/180 High School LaSalle-Peru Township Rising RHP with improve FB, CB
23 Vitters, Josh 3B R/R 6-3/190 High School Cypress (CA) Polished all-around hitter that has hit the best in the nation with a wood bat
24 Moustakas, Mike 3B L/R 6-0/185 High School Chatsworth (CA) Athletic infielder with impact left-handed bat
25 Weathers, Casey CL R/R 6-1/200 College Vanderbilt Senior closer with near triple-digit heater
26 Dent, Ryan SS R/R 6-0/185 High School Wilson (CA) Speedy sparkplug SS that is an exciting player in all facets of the game
27 Horton, Josh SS L/R 6-1/190 College North Carolina Left-handed hitting shortstop with some pop
28 Cook, Cole RHP L/R 6-4/200 High School Palisades Charter (CA) Perfectly projectable RHP with good stuff
29 Main, Michael RHP R/R 6-2/180 High School Deland (FL) Fire-balling athletic righty that continually wows scouts
30 Bumgarner, Madison LHP R/L 6-5/220 College South Caldwell (NC) Tall, hard throwing lefty that needs to develop offspeed pitches
  Notes-5/06/2007       notes archive
We're a month away from draft day, and not too much has changed at the very top of the draft board. David Price continues to dominate during Vanderbilt's SEC schedule, and he remains the favorite to go first overall to the Devil Rays. Matt Wieters is also one of the top prospects, but his prospect luster has seemed to fade a little bit this spring, which probably has been affected somewhat by the fact that his advisor will be Scott Boras. The Royals reportedly are looking at pitchers with the second overall pick, and have been scouting prep righty Rick Porcello and college lefty Ross Detwiler very hard. The Cubs are all over prep third baseman Josh Vitters, a player the Pirates also covet. The further you go down the list the more players that have been rumored with each team, and May is the month in which signability is determined as teams start to prepare for their plan of attack during the draft. Keep in mind that the revised free agent compensation system means there is an extraordinarily long sandwich round. Since the Brewers signed Jeff Suppan this offseason, their second selection (third-round pick) will be right around the 100th overall pick, depending on whether or not Max Scherzer signs with the Diamondbacks. Speaking of Scherzer, he touched 94 in his first outing with the Fort Worth Cats pitching in the independent league, and he struck out six batters (including striking out the side in the second) in three and two-third innings. Should he be available for the draft, he would be ranked just behind Price on this list. The lack of high-end college righties could mean Scherzer re-enters the draft looking for a huge pay day similar to Luke Hochevar a year ago.

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