2005 Draft Scouting Reports: Michigan

Zach Putnam looked like he would become the state's first first-round pick since the Yankees reached up for David Parrish 28th overall in 2000. But Putnam has leveled off as a pitcher, and now teams project him as a third-round talent as a third baseman. After Putnam and Chris Getz, the state's most attractive prospects are pitchers. Sophomore-eligibles Paul Phillips and Jayson Ruhlman could be premium picks in 2006 if they return to school and show more consistency.

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