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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
1206Berl, BrandonSt. MarysRHPR/R6'00"1851988-04-09SR
936Benitez, LuisAshworth HS (GA)RHPS/R6'03"1901992-05-24HS
1056Barnes, DanielPrincetonRHPL/R6'01"1951989-10-21JR
816Arce, EricLakeland Senior HS (FL)CL/R5'09"2041991-11-29HS
456Adams, ZakFlower Mound HS (TX)LHPL/L6'02"1901992-03-19HS
1476Abraham, MattEckerd Col2BR/R5'08"1651987-01-275S
1186Woolley, RyanAlabama - BirminghamRHPR/R6'01"1901988-02-11SR
616Wilson, SamEldorado HS (NM)LHPL/L6'02"2001991-07-30HS
586Weibley, BrettKent StateRHPR/R6'03"1989-01-03JR
1426Ward, DanielGarfield Heights HS (OH)RHPR/R6'04"1991-11-18HS
1156Vitale, CarsonCreightonCR/R6'01"1951988-08-25SR
646Van Meter, JosephVirginia CommonwealthRHPR/R6'02"1951988-10-18SR
1516Teykl, TrevorKempner HS (TX)RHPR/R6'07"2151991-10-16HS
436Tepesch, NicholasMissouriRHPR/R6'05"2251988-10-12JR
Comments: Tepesch was a 28th-round selection of the Boston Red Sox in 2007 but did not sign.
1336Stuart, ShawnMerced CollegeRHPR/R6'02"2051988-12-26J2
496Strausborger, RyanIndiana StateCFR/R6'00"1801988-03-04SR
15Skole, JakeBlessed Trinity HS (GA)CFL/R6'01"1992-01-17HS
Comments: No one had more helium as the Draft approached than Skole, even though the Georgia high school product missed most of the season with an ankle injury.  He did come back late for a two-week look and performed well. He has five-tool potential and has drawn some comparisons to Grady Sizemore and Johnny Damon, though he's more of a front-foot slap hitter right now. The two-sport star has a commitment to Georgia Tech to play football and baseball, where he'd get to play with his brother, Matt, for a year, so signability could be an issue. It wasn't however, keeping his name from entering first-round conversations.
676Rowen, BenjaminVirginia TechRHPR/R6'03"1901988-11-15SR
256Roof, JonathanMichigan StateSSR/R6'01"1751989-01-23JR
1306Roglen, ChristopherRocky Mountain HS (CO)RFR/R6'04"2001991-12-04HS
1036Rodland, KevinNevadaSSR/R6'00"1901987-09-13SR
466Rodebaugh, RyanKennesaw StateRHPL/R6'00"1651989-03-30JR
136Robinson, DrewSilverado HS (NV)SSL/R6'01"1992-04-20HS
376Richmond, JoshuaLouisvilleRFR/R6'03"2051989-06-14JR
226Reyes, JamesElon UniversityLHPL/L5'10"1951989-03-07JR
916Ragira, BrianJames Martin Senior HS (TX)CFR/R6'02"1851992-01-22HS
Comments: Most agree that Ragira can hit, but just what kind of hitter teams think he'll become might be what determines his Draft status. While he plays center field now, he'll need to move to a corner spot at the next level. He has the raw arm strength for right -- he's up to 90 mph off the mound -- but his mechanics have kept him from throwing as well as expected from the outfield. If he's going to play a corner spot, he'll need to hit for power, and there's some question about just how much pop he will develop in the future. If a team believes in his power, it might take him and make a run at trying to sign him away from his commitment to Stanford.
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766Radcliffe, KendallMorgan Park HS (IL)CFL/R6'02"1851992-10-17HS
1126Pustay, JohnPine Creek HS (CO)CFL/R5'11"1801992-05-09HS
706Perez-Lobo, AndresChristopher Columbus HS (FL)RHPR/R5'11"1841992-03-03HS
286Osborne, ZackaryUniversity of Louisiana - LafayetteRHPR/R6'05"2001988-05-09SR
49Olt, MikeConnecticut3BR/R6'02"2151988-08-27JR
Comments: In a relatively thin year for college hitters, Olt stands out as one of the better options ... especially if a team is looking for power potential. Olt has plenty of pop, largely from the pull side. There's been some question about his abilities as an overall hitter, but he has a solid approach and good bat speed. A converted shortstop, he's worked hard with his move to third and should be able to stay there. With injuries that shortened his sophomore season behind him, Olt profiles as a solid power-hitting third baseman at the big league level and everyone knows how hard they are to find.
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1396Norris, DarylFairhope HS (AL)RHPR/R6'01"2101991-06-12HS
196Nicholas, BrettMissouriCL/R6'02"2101988-07-18JR
1366Moore, JohnathanHouston BaptistCR/R6'00"2201988-03-24SR
1216Meiners, TravisDallas BaptistCFR/R6'00"2051988-06-07SR
976McKinnon, StevenCowichan SSRHPR/R6'04"1992-04-17HS
1066Lieske, JohnHarlem HS (IL)RHPR/R6'02"1991-09-30HS
856Kukuruda, JohnEast Nicolaus HS (CA)RHPR/R6'04"1801992-06-09HS
1096Kudlock, JasonCal State - BakersfieldOFR/R6'03"2001987-09-16SR
1456Koumas, ForrestLugoff-Elgin HS (SC)RHPR/R6'00"2001992-07-21HS
1246Killian, ColbyEmporia StateRHPR/R5'11"1901988-06-05SR
1276Johnson, KevinCincinnatiLHPL/L6'05"2151987-12-03SR
796Johnson, ChaseFallbrook HS (CA)RHPR/R6'03"1851992-01-09HS
45Jackson, LukeCalvary Christian Academy (FL)RHPR/R6'02"1801991-08-24HS
Comments: Jackson committed to play at the University of Miami.
316Hoying, JaredToledoSSL/R6'03"1901989-05-18JR
1006Hill, MatthewGeorgia Perimeter CollegeLHPR/L6'01"1801989-02-05J3
346Hanna, ChristopherStratford HS (SC)LHPR/L6'01"1801992-03-07HS
526Haase, AnthonyCochise CollegeRHPL/R6'04"2051990-03-01J2
166Grimm, JustinGeorgiaRHPR/R6'04"1951988-08-16JR
Comments: Grimm's size and power stuff are sure to generate plenty of interest on Draft Day. Georgia's Friday starter has the makings of a plus fastball and curve to go along with an average changeup. Command issues have hurt him at times, leading some to wonder if he'll be a starter long term. Pitching in the competitive SEC certainly doesn't hurt. The team who thinks his command issues are correctable will likely take him fairly early as a college starting pitching prospect with plus stuff.
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1486Gomes, JuanMiami Southridge Senior HS (FL)CR/R6'02"1801991-12-25HS
946Earls, JustinGeorgiaLHPR/L6'02"1901987-12-04SR
22Deglan, KellinR.E. Mountain SSCL/R6'02"1951992-05-03HS
Comments: Every year, there tends to be at least a couple of intriguing players to come out of Canada. Deglan's got the chance to be at or near the top. He has a good idea at the plate and behind it, with good overall hitting skills and future power projection. He has a good arm and is surprisingly athletic and agile. He'll need to make sure he doesn't get too thick or soft with his big frame. Left-handed-hitting catchers who actually can stay behind the plate tend to be a hot commodity, so expect Deglin's name to come up in early-round consideration.
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886Davis, TraeMexia HS (TX)RHPR/R5'11"1901992-05-19HS
736Cole, JacobSahuaro HS (AZ)RHPR/R6'04"2351991-09-11HS
Comments: Cole earned First Team All-State honors from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen in 2009 after claiming Second Team honors in 2008. He is also a standout hockey player and was drafted by the WHL's Portland Winterhawks in the 2006 supplemental player draft. Cole committed to play at the University of North Carolina.
826Claudio, AlexanderIsabel Flores HSLHPL/L6'03"1992-01-31HS
406Clark, AndrewLouisville1BL/L6'03"2301987-08-12SR
556Buechele, StevenOklahoma3BR/R6'00"1989-10-23JR
72Buckel, CodyRoyal HS (CA)RHPR/R6'00"1701992-06-18HS
Comments: Perhaps a tier below the top prep arms in this Draft class, Buckel does have an interesting mix of stuff, with three pitches he can throw for strikes now, and athleticism. He's not the big, projectable right-hander many teams look for in high school pitchers, but he has a good feel for pitching and is a strong competitor on the mound. There tends to be a bias against smallish right-handers, but the team that looks past that could get a pretty good find here.
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103Akins, JordanUnion Grove HS (GA)RFR/R6'03"1921992-04-19HS
Comments: Jordan starred as a two-sport star in baseball and football at Union Grove High School and committed to the University of Central Florida to play both sports.
371Wunderlich, PhillipLouisville1BL/R6'00"2251988-11-04JR
791Woodall, JustinAlabamaLHPL/L6'02"2201987-11-06SR
131Wood, AustinSt. Petersburg JCRHPR/R6'04"2201990-07-11J2
Comments: It's been a bit of a winding trip for Wood, who was a Draft prospect out of high school known mostly for his arm strength. He went in the 36th round of that Draft but opted to head to Florida State instead. When that didn't work out, he moved over to St Petersburg Junior College. He began the year as a starter, but his coach seemed to lose faith in him, largely because of command issues, and he was relegated to a bullpen role. The arm strength his still there, though, and he's touched as high as 97 mph on the radar gun this season. A relief role might be his future, when the command issues won't be as much of an issue. This kind of velocity typically doesn't last for too long in the Draft.
821Winder, ChrisOdessa CollegeCFR/R5'11"1701989-09-28J2
42Vettleson, DrewCentral Kitsap School (WA)RFL/R6'00"1851991-07-19HS
Comments: Vettleson is one of the more interesting prospects in this class because not only is he a two-way player, but he's also a switch-pitcher. He throws 93 from the right side and up to 88 from the left. Some might see him as a pitcher, but most agree his more likely future is as an outfielder. That arm strength will work well as a right fielder, and he has the kind of outstanding batting skills that make you think he's a .300 hitter in the making. How much power he'll have is up for debate, but he should have at least some, with his knack for making consistent hard contact from the left side. Josh Sale is the prep bat most talk about in the Pacific Northwest, but Vettleson shouldn't be too far behind him when the Draft comes along.
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1031Tinoco, StevenCal State - Long Beach1BR/R6'00"2001988-04-11SR
66Thompson, JacobCal State - Long BeachRHPR/R6'03"2251989-08-08JR
Comments: Thompson's name was moving up Draft boards over the course of the spring as an intriguing college right-hander who appeared to figure some things out. Having left high school a year early, he's still very young, but the maturing process may have started in earnest this season. He shows the ability to throw three pitches for strikes and maintain his stuff and velocity deep into his starts. Even if the changeup doesn't completely come around, he could be a very good short relief option with his fastball-slider combination. Either way, Thompson was turning upside into performance, and that should help him move into the early rounds.
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761Spann, MatthewColumbia Central HS (TN)LHPL/L6'07"1851991-02-17HS
1001Simon, ScottCentral Valley HS (WA)RHPR/R6'08"2101991-10-04HS
911Schwaner, NicholasUniversity of New Orleans3BR/R6'01"2151988-02-27SR
17Sale, JoshBishop Blanchet HS (WA)RFL/R6'00"2151991-07-05HS
Comments: After performing well on the national showcase scene, Sale had positioned himself to be one of the better high school bats in this Draft class. He's done nothing this spring to hurt his stock. He has as much power as anyone in the class, though there is mild concern about his ability to make enough contact to tap into that power. Sale is a tireless worker who has improved his arm to the point where he now looks like he could fit the mold of the prototypical, power-hitting right fielder. His offensive potential looks like it could get him off the board in the opeing round.
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611Riefenhauser, CharlesChipola JCLHPL/L6'00"1801990-01-30J2
1241Rearick, ChrisNorth Georgia College & StateLHPL/L6'03"1901987-12-05SR
401Price, RobbyKansas2BL/R5'10"1881988-04-20SR
731Poncedeleon, DanielLa Mirada HS (CA)RHPR/R6'04"1901992-01-16HS
701Patterson, KevinAuburn1BL/R6'04"2201988-09-28JR
551Patterson, JamesArizona StateLHPR/L6'01"1901989-02-09JR
1271Overbey, PrestonUniversity School of Jackson (TN)3BR/R6'03"2101991-09-11HS
31O'Conner, JustinCowan HS (IN)CR/R6'00"1901992-03-31HS
Comments: After hitting the summer showcase circuit, O'Conner is one of the best-known high school players in the Midwest. He has serious tools, most notably an ability hit for average, plenty of power, and a plus throwing arm. He has the athleticism to play shortstop, though his range may dictate a move. Behind the plate, he could be a very intriguing, yet raw, prospect. There are some teams who like his arm strength from the mound, though most see his future as a position player. Don't be surprised if a team takes his bat pretty early, puts him behind the plate and lets him develop at whatever pace he needs.
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1421Montes, HectorBonita Vista HS (CA)1BR/R6'00"2501992-02-21HS
1181Markel, ParkerYavapai CollegeRHPR/R6'04"2201990-09-15J1
1511Maltz, CoryWeatherford CollegeRHPR/R6'03"2051989-10-15J2
581Lyerly, CraigeCatawba College2BR/R6'00"1851988-08-24SR
221Lorenzen, MichaelFullerton HS (CA)CFR/R6'02"1801992-01-04HS
Comments: Lorenzen is an intriguing high school outfield prospect who opened some eyes early at the Urban Youth Acadmy Showcase. He's always shown a good feel for the game, but his toolset had been lacking. That began to change at the showcase, as he ran better, showed a plus arm and good defensive skills to go along with his overall hitting ability. If the tools continue to pop out to scouts along with his instincts for the game, he could move up the charts as June approaches.
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641Liberatore, AdamTennessee TechLHPL/L6'03"2301987-05-125S
881Lawson, ScottMiami2BL/R5'10"1801987-08-12SR
671Koch, MatthewLoyola Marymount UniversityCR/R6'00"1901988-11-21JR
941Kiermaier, KevinParkland CollegeRFL/R6'01"2001990-04-22J2
161Kendall, IanAshland HS (OR)RHPR/R6'00"2051991-11-11HS
251Kelly, KennethArizona StateRHPR/R6'02"1901988-10-14JR
1391Jensen, GeorgeDes Moines Area CCRHPR/R6'04"2151990-04-12J2
1331Jannis, MickeyCal State - BakersfieldRHPR/R6'00"1901987-12-16SR
431Hubbard, AustinAuburnRHPR/R6'01"1911988-06-14SR
1301Hornback, RyanSan Jacinto College NorthCR/R6'00"1801991-07-19JC
1481Hoilman, DannyEast Tennessee State1BR/R6'04"2401989-02-11JR
461Henderson, BrandonChesnee HS (SC)LHPL/L6'03"1751992-04-19HS
191Hahn, JesseVirginia TechRHPR/R6'05"1901989-07-30JR
Comments: Prior to this season, Hahn had been a classic thrower who impressed with radar gun readings and raw stuff. That hadn't translated into success on the mound, but 2010 has shown a more mature Hahn on the hill, one who still could crank it up into the mid-90s, but was pitching rather than throwing. Command has been an issue in the past and that, along with the lack of track record of success, leads some to think he's destined to be a short reliever. If he continues to pitch like he did to start the season, he could change people's minds about his future role and move quickly up Draft boards.
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491Garcia, NateSanta Clara UniversityRHPR/R6'01"1901988-05-09SR
1361Freeman, BlakeSunnyslope H.S. (AZ)LHPL/L6'02"1751992-06-02HS
971Fogle, BryanErskine CollegeOFR/R6'02"2251988-01-14SR
341Flores, TravisDesert Ridge HS (AZ)1BR/R6'01"1992-07-12HS
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First Round

2010 mlb draft cap
Schedule
  • June 7, 7 p.m. ET
    Round 1, First-Year Player Draft, Secaucus, N.J.
    June 8, noon ET
    Rounds 2-30, First-Year Player Draft
    June 9, noon ET
    Rounds 31-50, First-Year Player Draft