|Not up to par|
|Rating compares this year's group to what a state typically produces, not to other states|
The Empire State has a decent group of players that should come off the board in the top 10 rounds, with prep outfielder Quentin Holmes leading the way. New York's colleges don't offer much in the way of top-of-the-draft talent, but there are solid players to be found, like St. John's infielder Jesse Berardi and Binghamton third baseman Justin Yurchak.
1. Quentin Holmes, OF, McClancy Memorial HS, East Elmhurst, N.Y. (50) 2. Jesse Berardi, SS, St. John's (105) 3. Charlie Neuweiler, RHP, McClancy Memorial HS, East Elmhurst, N.Y. (192) 4. Nick Storz, RHP/1B, Poly Prep Country Day School, Brooklyn, N.Y. (214) 5. Leugim Castillo, OF, Lancaster (N.Y.) HS (232) 6. Justin Yurchak, 3B, Binghamton (460) 7. Jason Pineda, 3B, Metropolitan HS, Bronx, N.Y. (465)
8. Brian Morrell, RHP/OF, Shoreham-Wadring River HS, Shoreham, N.Y. 9. Dan Jagiello, RHP, LIU Post (N.Y.) 10. Justin Lewis, LHP, Cornell 11. Parker Hendershot, 3B, Tioga (N.Y.) Senior HS 12. Jamie Galazin, OF, St. John's 13. Toby Handley, OF, Stony Brook 14. Michael Donadio, OF, St. John's 15. Troy Dixon, C, St. John's 16. Paul Balestrieri, RHP, Cornell 17. Peter Lannoo, RHP, Cornell 18. Logan Harasta, RHP, Buffalo 19. Joel Urena, LHP, Monroe (N.Y.) JC 20. John Valente, 1B, St. John's 21. Dan Swain, OF, Siena 22. Tom Cosgrove, LHP, Manhattan 23. Anthony Brocato, OF, St. John's 24. C.J. Krowiak, OF, Binghamton 25. Vinny Mallaro, OF, Buffalo 26. Brendan Skidmore, 1B, Binghamton 27. Daniel Procopio, RHP, Niagara