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Top Pick, Top Talent Sign Big Deals

John Manuel -Premium Content

Andrew Miller has had quite a year. The North Carolina lefthander was the College Player of the Year, led the Tar Heels to the College World Series championship series and was the No. 6 overall pick in the draft. Then he signed with the Tigers for the largest guaranteed contract of any 2006 draftee, just edging out the No. 1 overall pick, righthander Luke Hochevar, who signed with the Royals a day before Miller's contract became official. To top it off, Miller will end his year in the major leagues.

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Missouri Scouting Reports

Jim Callis -

Top prospects for the 2006 draft from the Show-Me State, one of the nation's underhyped producers of baseball talent that should again produce a couple of first-round picks.

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Michigan Scouting Reports

Jim Callis -

Top prospects for the 2006 draft from the Great Lakes State, which is historically thin in talent this year and could have just a couple of players taken in the first 10 rounds.

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Lower New England Scouting Reports

Aaron Fitt -

Top prospects for the 2006 draft from Connecticut and Rhode Island, where a couple of solid college pitchers are the only things that stand between Lower New England and a dreaded one-star rating.

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Kentucky Scouting Reports

Alan Matthews -

Top prospects for the 2006 draft from the Bluegrass State, where a strong season for the University of Kentucky could be topped off with several prominent draft picks.

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Georgia Scouting Reports

Alan Matthews -

Top prospects for the 2006 draft from the Peach State, where the talent is down for the second year in a row but still has 11 players among our Top 200 Prospects for the draft.

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