Scouts struck gold in the Silver State this spring. Nevada has never produced a No. 1 overall pick—nor has the first overall pick ever come from a junior college—but that should change this year with Bryce Harper. The growth of Las Vegas in recent years has made Nevada’s high schools more productive, and Harper brought the spotlight on a lot of other players in the area—particularly his teammates. Nevada could have as many as 10 players drafted in single-digit rounds.
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