Tournament Of Stars Top 10

Rank Name Pos. Hometown Ht Wt B/T
1 Tyler Matzek LHP Mission Viejo, Calif. 6-3 185 L/L
Projectable lefty with four quality pitches and a fastball in the low-90s, Matzek has Major League starter stuff.
2 Donavan Tate OF Cartersville, Ga. 6-3 200 R/R
Five-tool outfielderwith present ability that also projects, Tate is above-average in all facets of the game.
3 Max Stassi C Yuba City, Calif. 5-10 190 R/R
An energetic catcher with athleticism, Stassi is great behind the plate but also might be the best pure hitter in the 2009 class.
4 Matthew Purke LHP Spring, Tex. 6-3 180 L/L
Projectable lefty with overpowering stuff, including a low-90s fastball from a 3/4 arm slot, Purke is especially tough on lefthanded hitters.
5 Austin Maddox C/RHP Jacksonville, Fla. 6-2 220 R/R
Big and strong pro-bodied catcher, Maddox has a well above-average arm and huge raw power projection at the plate.
6 Jacob Turner RHP St. Charles, Mo. 6-4 205 R/R
A strong, pro-bodied righthander, Turner has overpowering stuff, including a big league fastball reaching 94 mph.
7 Jacob Marisnick OF Riverside, Calif. 6-4 200 R/R
Strong, athletic and loaded with tools, Marisnick is a force at the plate, hitting for average and power.
8 LeVon Washington OF/2b Gainesville, Fla. 5-10 170 L/R
The fastest prospect in the 2009 class, Washington has game changing speed and an advanced approach at the plate.
9 Deven Marrero SS Davie, Fla. 6-1 180 R/R
A smooth fielding shortstop with plus actions and a Major League arm, Marrero leads a thin 2009 class at the premium position.
10 Matthew Moynihan OF San Diego, Calif. 6-2 205 L/R
An above-average runner with the ability to hit for average and power, Moynihan projects to have five at-least average tools.

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