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2012 MLB Draft Board
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RankNamePosNotesSchoolAge
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1Carlos CorreaSSBig power potential, strong arm, good defender, may outgrow SSHS17.79/22/19941st overall Houston
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2Byron BuxtonCFExplosive, 80 runner, could be elite defender who hits for averageHS18.512/18/19932nd overall Minnesota
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3Kevin GausmanRHPElite arm strength, excellent change, plus slider, dominated SECLSU21.41/26/19914th overall Baltimore
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4Mark AppelRHPFront line arm strength, good command, FB/CH/CB each plusSTAN20.97/15/19918th overall Pittsburgh
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5Max FriedLHPAdvanced feel & command, beautiful motion, more velo to comeHS18.41/18/19947th overall San Diego
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6Lucas GiolitoRHPBest arm/stuff/upside in draft, UCL strain could cause him to slideHS17.93/25/199116th overall Washington
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7Kyle ZimmerRHPConverted INF, 80 athlete, lost some of big velo spike, elite curveUSF20.79/13/19915th overall Kansas City
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8Mike ZuninoCAverage defender but will stay at catcher, good power, productiveUF21.23/25/19913rd overall Seattle
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9Richie Shaffer3BOne of few college bats with upside, strong hit tool, big raw powerCLEM21.23/15/199125th overall Tampa Bay
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10Lance McCullers JrRHPTremendous stuff, big velocity, quality stable of off-speed offeringsHS18.710/2/199341st overall Houston
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11Albert AlmoraCFSolid tools, excellent instincts, average runner, arm-heavy swingHS18.24/6/19946th overall Chicago Cubs
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12Andrew HeaneyLHPGood velo for southpaw, good command/off-speed stuff, dominantOKST21.06/5/19919th overall Miami Marlins
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13Courtney HawkinsOFBrute strength, crazy bat speed, will take some time, arm for RFHS18.611/12/199313th overall Chicago White Sox
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14Addison RussellSSLost some weight, chance to stay up middle, big offensive upsideHS18.41/23/199411th overall Oakland
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15Marcus StromanRHPTop 5 pick if he wasn't 5'8", earned chance to start, electric armDUKE21.15/1/199122nd overall Toronto
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16Zach EflinRHPFastball has velo/movement, potential plus change, projectableHS18.24/8/199433rd overall San Diego
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17Matt SmoralLHPSmooth motion, plus FB/SL combo, had a few (non-arm) injuriesHS18.23/18/199450th overall Toronto
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18Carson Kelly3BYouth, strength, solid hit tool, plus arm, good hands, fringy wheelsHS17.97/14/1994
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19Gavin CecchiniSSTerrific arm, plenty of range, simple stroke, gap power, high floorHS18.412/22/199312th overall Mets
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20Stryker TrahanCBig arm, power and name tools, future D home in question, upsideHS18.14/25/199426th overall Arizona
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21Michael WachaRHPAbove-average fastball, command, good breaking stuff, #3 upsideTAMU20.97/1/199119th overall St. Louis
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22Chris StrattonRHPLate-bloomer, pitches off slider, good arm strength, excellent yearMSST21.88/22/199020th overall San Fran
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23Anthony AlfordOFYoung, legit five tool potential, hasn't faced much quality pitchingHS17.97/20/1994
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24Tanner RahierSSIntriguing hit tool, doubles power, plus arm, might outgrow shortHS18.610/12/1993
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25Corey Seager3BStrong defensive tools and real offensive upside, very quick handsHS18.14/17/199418th overall Dodgers
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26Nick TraviesoRHPSolid arm strength, frame and motion for more, quality 3-pitch mixHS18.31/31/199414th overall Cincinnati
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27Deven MarreroSSInstincts, hands, arm for plus defense at SS, spray hitter, no popASU21.88/25/199024th overall Boston
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28David DahlCFProjectable frame, good arm, cover ground in CF, good raw toolsHS18.24/1/199410th overall Colorado
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29Pierce JohnsonRHPStarter's stuff, FB/CH/CB all average-to-plus, had minor arm injuryMSU21.15/10/199143rd overall Chicago Cubs
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30Nolan FontanaSSVery good defensive SS, no power, will take BBs, limited upsideUF21.06/6/1991
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31Hunter VirantLHPProjectable lefty, excellent change up, good curve, mediocre FBHS18.05/22/1994
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32Barrett BarnesOFGood athlete, may or may not be a CF, improved a ton this yearTTU20.87/29/199145th overall Pittsburgh
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33Lex RutledgeLHPNot highly rated, I'm buying a virtually perfect motion, plus FB/SLSU20.96/28/1991
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34Joey Gallo3BTwo-tool player but they're big, 70 arm, 80 power, little value on DHS18.511/19/199339th overall Texas
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35Lucas SimsRHPGood athlete, projectable frame, FB/SL combo both above-averageHS18.15/10/199421st overeall Atlanta
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36Walker WeikelRHPAverage arm strength but chance for more, good secondary stuffHS18.611/14/199355th overall San Diego
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37Travis JankowskiCFPlus speed, value in CF, hit tool still raw but makes good contactSUNY20.79/13/199144th overall San Diego
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38Nolan SanburnRHPElectric arm, 65 FB and SL, change below-averge, may not be SPUA20.97/21/1991
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39Shane WatsonRHPProjectable, out-pitch curveball, could see velocity spike, upsideHS18.88/13/199340th overall Phillies
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40Tyler NaquinOFGap power, solid contact ability, hose, iffy range for CF, tweener?TAMU21.14/24/199115th overall Cleveland
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41J.O. BerriosRHPFB sits 92-94 MPH, best pitch is curve, solid change, undersizedHS18.05/27/199432nd overall Minnesota
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42Lewis BrinsonCFLanky, athletic build, good defender, some 5 o'clock pop, upsideHS18.15/8/199429th overall Texas
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43Duane UnderwoodRHPYoung, hard thrower, clean arm action, off-speed stuff needs workHS17.97/20/1994
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44Mitch BrownRHPCold-weather kid, plus curve, FB and cutter average, solid floorHS18.14/13/1994
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45Daniel Robertson3BGood strength, solid bat speed, solid pop, questionable D homeHS18.23/22/199434th overall Oakland
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46Ty HensleyRHPBig and strong, excellent curve, flashes good velo, poor third pitchHS18.87/30/199330th overall Yankees
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47Ty ButtreyRHPStrong, fastball/Curve combo has lots of potential, older for classHS19.23/31/1993
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48Kevin PlaweckiCFringy arm, made best contact of any elite prospect this milleniumPURD21.32/26/199135th overall New York Mets
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49Brian JohnsonLHPPolished, finesse pitcher, out-pitch curve, good athlete, high floorUF21.512/7/199031st overall Boston
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50Wyatt MathisenCFormer SS, frame, agility and plus arm for C, bat plays for positionHS18.412/30/1993
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51Chris BeckRHPStrong 3-pitch mix, high expectations, slightly disappointing year GSU21.79/4/1990
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52Pat LightRHPSmall school, big arm strength, big breaking slider, very few BBsMU21.23/29/199137th overall Boston
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53Chase DeJongRHPGood idea on mound, smooth motion, command, quality off-speedHS18.412/29/1993
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54Kolby CopelandOFUnderrated tools, very high ceiling, excellent pure hitter, athletic HS18.32/5/1994
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55Kieran LovegroveRHPLow 90's FB with sink, slider potential out pitch, average changeHS17.97/28/1994
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56Christian Walker1BPatient hitter with above-average hit tool and power, productiveUSC21.23/28/1991
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57Preston Tucker1BSweet swing, senior, controls zone, 50-55 PWR, played some OFUF21.97/6/1990
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58C.J. Hinojosa2BSmaller, average runner, takes healthy cut, soft hands, youthHS17.97/15/1994
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59Martin AgostaRHPUndersized starter, average velo but strong command, 55 CH/CBSMC21.24/7/1991
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60Brandon KlineRHPCollege reliever, chance to start, 55 FB, downhill plane, 60 curveUVA20.79/29/1991
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61Stephen JohnsonRHPTwo-pitch reliever, huge arm, fastball runs 94-97 MPH, plus sliderSEU21.32/21/1991
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62Mitch HanigerOFCorner guy, limited D value, good strength, plus power, takes BBsCPSLO21.412/23/199038th overall Milwaukee
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63Stephen Piscotty3BWill go higher, "Stanford Swing", questionable pop for 3B, good DSTAN21.41/14/199136th overall St. Louis
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64Mason Melotakis LHPTwo pitch guy, can run FB up to 96, curve flashes plus, is a RP?NWST20.96/28/1991
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65Nick WilliamsOFStereotypical raw, toolsy package, wheels, explosive, big upsideHS18.79/8/1993
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66Adam Brett Walker1BSolid athlete, game revolves around huge raw power, raw hit toolJACK20.610/18/1991
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67J.T. ChargoisRHPStrictly a reliever, max effort delivery, mid 90's FB, put away curveRICE21.512/3/1990
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68Mitch Nay3BStrong, great hip rotation, 65 raw power, 40 runner, 1B possibleHS18.79/20/1993
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69D.J. DavisCFInsane wheels, really cover ground in OF, slap hitter, no pop, oldHS18.96/27/199317th overall Toronto
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70Clint CoulterCExcellent strength, plus arm, little stiff, plus raw power, 40 hit toolHS18.87/30/199327th overall Milwaukee
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71Pete O'BrienCSenior transfer, big, strong, 55-60 pop, plus arm, should stay at CTHE U21.97/15/1990
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72Freddy AvisRHPStanford commit, projectable, athletic, low 90s, quality 3-pitch mixHS18.611/3/1993
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73Victor RoacheOF11s NCAA HR leader, missed nearly all 2012, 45 hit tool, corner DGSU20.79/17/199128th overall Milwaukee
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74Alex WoodLHPHigh effort delivery, exciting velocity, had TJ in 2010, productiveUGA21.41/12/1991
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75Damien MagnificoRHPOne trick pony, reliever, 80 arm strength, fastball sits 97-100 MPHOU21.05/24/1991
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