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2016 State Draft Report: Arizona

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CROP RATING
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Rating compares this year's group to what a state typically produces, not to other states
The state of Arizona is unlikely to produce a first round pick in this year's class, but there is some depth in the state. Bobby Dalbec, the state's top prospect entering the spring, has had a rough season at the plate, but with the relative lack of righthanded power bats in this year's class, Dalbec could still be selected in the top five rounds. The first prospect taken out of the Grand Canyon state could be Arizona State shortstop Colby Woodmansee, who has three years of track record as a middle infielder in a power conference. In a draft class that is light on college shortstops, Woodmansee could be a very appealing option for a team's second or third pick.  
NATIONAL TOP 500 PROSPECTS
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1. Bobby Dalbec, 3b/rhp, Arizona (National Rank: 118) 2. Colby Woodmansee, ss, Arizona State (National Rank: 133) 3. Chad McClanahan, 3b, Brophy College Prep, Phoenix (National Rank: 136) 4. Sam Huff, c, Arcadia HS, Phoenix (National Rank: 146) 5. JoJo Romero, lhp, Yavapai (Ariz.) JC (National Rank: 158) 6. Brent Gibbs, c, Central Arizona (National Rank: 194) 7. Brian Serven, c, Arizona State (National Rank: 220) 8. Dakody Clemmer, rhp, Central Arizona (National Rank: 236) 9. David Greer, 3b, Arizona State (National Rank: 274) 10. Tyler Fallwell, rhp, Cochise (Ariz.) JC (National Rank: 303) 11. Hever Bueno, rhp, Arizona State (National Rank: 354) 12. Zane Strand, rhp, Hamilton HS, Chandler, Ariz. (National Rank: 447) 13. Kevin Ginkel, rhp, Arizona (National Rank: 451) 14. Cameron Cannon, ss, Mountain Ridge HS, Glendale, Ariz. (National Rank: 480)  
OTHER PROSPECTS OF NOTE
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15. Seth Martinez, rhp, Arizona State 16. Nate Easley, of, Yavapai (Ariz.) JC 17. Paul Panaccione, ss/3b, Grand Canyon 18. Logan Boyer, rhp/c, Hamilton HS, Chandler, Ariz. 19. Hayden Durkiewicz, lhp, Yavapai (Ariz.) JC 20. Jorge Perez, rhp, Grand Canyon 21. Rhyse Dee, rhp, Paradise Valley HS, Phoenix 22. Marcus Still, of, Scottsdale (Ariz.) CC 23. Mitchell Robinson, of, Central Arizona JC 24. Caleb Henderson, 1b, Central Arizona JC 25. Brock Ephan, 1b, Yavapai (Ariz.) JC 26. Eder Erives, rhp, Arizona State 27. Ryan Aguilar, of, Arizona 28. Trevor Horn, rhp, Scottsdale (Ariz.) CC 29. George Castillo, rhp, Central Arizona JC 30. Nicko Ortega, rhp, Yavapai (Ariz.) JC 31. Kona Quiggle, of, Greenway HS, Phoenix 32. Kobie Tinsley, ss, Horizon HS, Scottsdale, Ariz. 33. Nathan Bannister, rhp, Arizona 34. Ethan Evanko, lhp, Grand Canyon 35. Jordan Williams, of, Kellis HS, Glendale, Ariz. 36. Brandon Smith, of, Grand Canyon  

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