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Colorado's Top MLB Draft Prospects

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1. Troy Watson, RHP, Northern Colorado (BA Rank: N/A)
4YR • DE-So. • 6-2 • 185 • R-R • Never drafted

Watson is one of the bigger wild cards in the Four Corners region this year, having missed time this year due to eligibility issues as well as a sore elbow. The draft-eligible sophomore from Gunter, Texas was up to 95 mph last season, but this year in limited time has been more around 92-93. He has a good, repeatable delivery coming from a high-three-quarters slot, and includes an average curveball, slider and changeup combo in his four-pitch repertoire. Watson has good feel for the game, but the elbow issue casts a cloud over him for now. The combination of his strong fastball and four-pitch mix could put him into the middle of the top ten rounds with a strong showing in the WAC conference tournament.

2. Tanner O'Tremba, OF/RHP, Chery Creek HS, Greenwood Village, Colo. (BA Rank: N/A)
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3. Kyle Leahy, RHP, Colorado Mesa (BA Rank: N/A)
4YR • Jr. 



4. Justin Olson, OF/1B, Pine Creek HS, Colorado Springs (BA Rank: N/A)
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5. Dalton Chandler, RHP/OF, Lamar (Colo.) HS (BA Rank: N/A)
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6. Trysten Kimmel, RHP, Colorado Northeastern (BA Rank: N/A)
JC • Fr. • R-R • Never drafted



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