State Report: Nevada

The biggest baseball news in Nevada this year didn't involve players; it involved coaches. On the field, while shortstop Jake Hager is the state's top prospect, the biggest story is lefthander Amir Garrett, who was better known as a basketball player coming into the spring but was rising fast up draft boards in spite of minimal experience on the mound. It's also worth noting that this year's high school class could have included Nationals phenom Bryce Harper, had he stayed on a traditional path to the draft. Instead, Harper was hitting .346/.432/.623 for low Class A Hagerstown with 13 home runs.

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