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Wagoner caught everyone’s attention when he touched 94 mph at Super 60 before the season. He didn’t consistently show that velocity this spring, but he did show enough velocity (90-91 mph) to keep some teams interested. Wagoner’s control and command have a long way to go, but there’s reason to believe it will get better and he’ll firm up his below-average breaking ball. He’s 6-foot-5 with some projection remaining. If he gets to Eastern Michigan, he’ll be a big addition for the Eagles.