Draft Tracker Chart: May 6

CATCHERS
Player College/H.S. Update
Bryce Harper JC of Southern Nevada Just keeps bashing—.417/.507/.899 now
Recent story: Scouting Harper
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Yasmani
Grandal
Miami
There’s
a lot to like in a switch-hitter with power and a strong
arm
Recent story: Another
Elite ACC Backstop

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Micah Gibbs Louisiana State Leading one of the country’s top teams in hitting at .404
Recent story: College Best Tools
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Justin O’Conner Cowan HS, Muncie, Ind. Also plays shortstop and has been up to 96 on the mound, too
Recent story: O’Conner Has A World Of Options
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CORNER INFIELDERS
Player College/H.S. Update
Zack Cox Arkansas Off to a great start, but scouts believe he’ll have to choose between hitting for average or hitting for power
Recent story: Checking In On College Draft Prospects In The Southeast
Nick Castellanos Archbishop McCarthy HS, Southwest Ranches, Fla. Has been a steady performer and is still growing into power potential
Recent story: Wrigley Runs
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Kris Bryant Bonanza HS, Las Vegas Had an inconsistent summer, but has huge power
Recent story: Corner Infielder Scouting Reports
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Hunter Morris Auburn Lost 30 pounds this offseason and has hit well this spring
Recent story: In The Dugout: Hunter Morris
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MIDDLE INFIELDERS
Player College/H.S. Update
Manny Machado Brito HS, Miami Silky-smooth defender could be a top-5 pick
Recent story: In The Spotlight
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Christian Colon Cal State Fullerton Will likely move to 2B, but tools play up
Recent story: Team USA Top 20
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Kolbrin Vitek Ball State Second-team All-American is tearing it up at the plate (1.224 OPS)
Recent story: He’s a Hitter
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Jedd Gyorko West Virginia Twice as many walks as strikeouts
Recent story: Gyorko’s Bat Leads The Mountaineers
Garin Cecchini Barbe HS, Lake Charles, La. Torn ACL ended his senior season early
Recent story: Cecchini To Have Knee Surgery
OUTFIELDERS
Player College/H.S. Update
Josh Sale Bishop Blanchet HS, Seattle Huge power, but swing needs to be calmed down a little
Recent story: Big Year
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Michael
Choice
Texas-Arlington 1.341
OPS with the most walks in the country
(62)
Recent story: Team
USA Top 20

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Gary
Brown
Cal State
Fullerton
.450 average ranks fifth in
the country
Recent story: College
Mailbag: March 3
Austin
Wilson
Harvard-Westlake HS,
Los Angeles
One of the draft’s best
athletes needs a little tinkering at the
plate
Recent story: Books And Baseball
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Kyle
Parker
Clemson If Clemson hasn’t already started looking for a new quarterback, they should
LeVon
Washington
Chipola (Fla.)
JC
Started slowly, but has heated up with the weather
Recent story: Washington
Stands Out At Gulf Coast
Tournament
Bryce Brentz Middle Tennessee State Back in action after being sidelined with a broken ankle
Recent story: Checking In On College Draft Prospects In The Southeast
Chevez
Clarke
Marietta (Ga.)
HS
Prototypical leadoff-type: speedy, switch-hitting center fielder
Recent story: 2010
Preseason All-Americans

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Austin
Wates
Virginia
Tech
Speedy athlete that shows knack for squaring balls up, despite unorthodox swing
Recent story: College
Best Tools

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Ryan LaMarre Michigan Has been red hot since coming back from early-season wrist injury
Jarrett
Parker
Virginia Has heated up lately—now hitting .322/.414/.574 on the year
Recent story: Cape
Cod League Top 30 Prospects

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Drew
Vettleson
Central Kitsap HS,
Silverdale, Wash.
Can pitch with both
arms, but future is as a power-hitting
outfielder
Recent story: Vettleson
Turning Heads

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Todd Cunningham Jacksonville State Moved to shortstop—scouts will have to go back in and see how he looks there
Recent story: Cunningham Breaks Out
RIGHTHANDERS
Player College/H.S. Update
Jameson Taillon The Woodlands (Texas) HS Best stuff in this year’s class
Recent story: Taillon Throws No-Hitter, Strikes Out 19
Karsten Whitson Chipley (Fla.) HS Athletic with an above-average fastball and one of the best breaking balls in the class
Recent story: 2010 Preseason All-Americans
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Dylan Covey Maranatha HS, Pasadena, Calif. Big righthander has a plus fastball and plus curveball
Recent story: Covey Sharp In 2010 Debut
Deck McGuire Georgia Tech Commands all of his pitches well and has been lights out this season
Recent story: 2010 College Best Tools
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A.J. Cole Oviedo (Fla.) HS Projectable frame and has been in the mid-90s after a slow start to the season
Recent story: 2010 Preseason All-Americans
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Anthony
Ranaudo
Louisiana
State
Back on the mound, but has been inconsistent—a wild card
Recent story: LSU Ace
Will Miss Another Week
Kaleb
Cowart
Cook HS, Adel,
Ga.
As a hitter he’s a switch-hitter with
power; on the mound he’s 93-94 with a power
curveball
Recent story: 2010
Preseason All-Americans

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Asher
Wojciechowski
The
Citadel
Sits in the mid-90s with a good
slider; third in the country with 102
strikeouts
Recent story: Golden
Spikes Spotlight
Kevin
Gausman
Grandview HS,
Aurora, Colo.
Has been a little down recently this spring: More 89-92 than 92-94
Recent story: Prospect Q&A: Kevin Gausman
Jesse
Hahn
Virginia
Tech
High school teammate of Matt Harvey
has been electric for Hokies, sitting 92-96 mph with fastball as
starter
Matt
Harvey
North
Carolina
Up and down career has seen more
ups this spring, touching 97 mph and flashing new power
slider
Recent story: Three
Strikes: March 8
Alex
Wimmers
Ohio
State
Missed last start due to a sore hamstring
Recent story: Hard
Work Pays Off For Ohio State’s
Wimmers
Barret Loux Texas
A&M
Back to 100 percent after having bone chips removed from his elbow
Recent story: Team
USA Top 20

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Brandon Workman Texas Excellent start (9-1, 2.77) as part of Longhorns’ fearsome rotation
Recent story: Pitching Staff Is Why Texas Is Ranked No. 1
Brett Eibner Arkansas A two-way prospect, but scouts prefer him on the mound, where he’s up to 94 mph
Recent story: Checking In On College Draft Prospects In The Southeast
Stetson Allie St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio Talented two-way player; tops out in upper 90s and is working to improve control
Recent story: 2010 Preseason All-Americans
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Mike Foltynewicz Minooka (Ill.) HS Typical Northern-pitcher velocity spike: Up to 96 this spring
Recent story: Prospect Q&A: Mike Foltynewicz
Cam Bedrosian East Coweta HS, Sharpsburg, Ga. The son of former Cy Young winner Steve Bedrosian is very strong and holds his mid-90s velocity late into games
Recent story: Like Father, Like Son
Drew Cisco Wando HS, Mount Pleasant, S.C. Born to pitch—fills up the strike zone and is extremely polished for a high school pitcher
Recent story: Drew
Cisco Q&A
Peter Tago Dana Hills HS, Dana Point, Calif. Young, projectable pitcher sits 91-93
Recent story: A Look At Two SoCal Righthanders
Tyrell Jenkins Henderson (Texas) HS Off to a great start: 6-0, 1.98
with 46 Ks over 41 IP
Recent story: Texas Heat
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Jacob Petricka Indiana State Tommy John survivor has touched 97 mph this spring
Recent story: Draft Tracker: May 5
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LEFTHANDERS
Player College/H.S. Update
Drew Pomeranz Mississippi Leading the nation with 104 strikeouts
Recent story: Team USA Top 20
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Chris Sale Florida Gulf Coast Second in the nation with 103 strikeouts
Recent story: YouTube Friday: Chris Sale
James Paxton Grand Prairie AirHogs Left Kentucky to pitch for an Indy league team
Recent story: Paxton Will Pitch For AirHogs

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