State Report: New York

The Empire State boasts the top two prospects in the Northeast and two more top 200 talents. All of that adds up to a better than average year in New York, and the state's first four-star rating in the last decade. Prep righthander Robbie Aviles and Oneonta State righty Dave Filak could go in the top two rounds, and prep shortstop Cito Culver offers premium arm strength and true middle infield actions that are rare commodities among Northeast high schoolers. St. John's reliever Daniel Burawa gives the state a fourth Top 200 prospect—its most since BA instituted the Top 200 in 2003.

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