State Report: Arizona

While Arizona junior colleges are always loaded with talent, it's not often that the top player in the state comes from a two-year school. The last time the first player off the board in Arizona was a juco product was in 1995, when the Tigers picked righthander Rosario Ortiz in the fifth round out of Arizona Western JC. The four-year schools offer depth but no stars, and it's another disappointing year for high school talent in the state.

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