Top 100 Draft Prospects

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Here is the top 100 Draft prospects originally produced by Keith Law. I made my minor revisions to the list, and I here is your first look at the next Barry Zito, Jorge Posada, or Roy Oswalt:
David Price, LHP, Vanderbilt
2. Matt Wieters, C, Georgia Tech
3. Rick Porcello, RHP, Seton Hall Prep, West Orange, N.J.
4. Andrew Brackman, RHP, North Carolina State
5. Josh Vitters, 3B, Cypress (Calif.) High School
6. Ross Detwiler, LHP, Missouri State
7. Matt Harvey, RHP, Fitch High School, Groton, Conn.
8. Phillippe Aumont, RHP, Ecole Secondary Du Versant, Quebec
9. Daniel Moskos, LHP, Clemson
10. Jason Heyward, OF/1B, Henry County High, McDonough, Ga.
11. Matt Dominguez, 3B, Chatsworth (Calif.) High School
12. Jarrod Parker, RHP, Norwell (Ind.) High School
13. Michael Main, RHP, Deland (Fla.) High School
14. Matt LaPorta, 1B, Florida
15. Michael Burgess, OF, Hillsborough High School, Tampa, Fla.
16. Beau Mills, 3B/1B, Lewis-Clark (Idaho) State
17. Tim Alderson, RHP, Horizon High School, Scottsdale, Ariz.
18. Mike Moustakas, 3B/C, Chatsworth (Calif.) High School
19. Madison Bumgarner, LHP, South Caldwell High, Hudson N.C.
20. Blake Beavan, RHP, Irving (Texas) High School
21. Jack McGeary, LHP/1B, Roxbury (Mass.) Latin High School
22. J.P. Arencibia, C, Tennessee
23. Casey Weathers, RHP, Vanderbilt
24. Brett Cecil, LHP, Maryland
25. Mitch Canham, C, Oregon State
26. Julio Borbon, OF, Tennessee
27. Nick Noonan, SS, Francis Parker High School, San Diego
28. Jake Arrieta, RHP, TCU
29. Josh Smoker, LHP, Calhoun (Ga.) High School
30. Matt Mangini, 3B, Oklahoma State
31. Yasmani Grandal, C, Miami Springs High School, Hialeah, Fla.
32. Neil Ramirez, RHP, Kempsville (Va.) High School
33. Josh Fields, RHP, Georgia
34. Peter Kozma, SS, Owasso (Okla.) High School
35. Aaron Poreda, LHP, San Francisco
36. Jordan Walden, RHP, Grayson County CC, Denison, Texas
37. Nevin Griffith, RHP, Middleton High School, Tampa, Fla.
38. Zach Cozart, SS, Ole Miss
39. Greg Peavey, RHP, Hudson's Bay High School, Vancouver, Wash.
40. Nick Schmidt, LHP, Arkansas
41. Josh Donaldson, C, Auburn
42. Christian Colon, SS, Canyon High School, Anaheim, Calif.
43. Kentrail Davis, OF, Theodore (Ala.) High School
44. James Simmons, RHP, UC Riverside
45. Kyle Russell, RF, Texas
46. Eric Eiland, OF, Lamar High School, Houston
47. Matt Latos, RHP, Broward County CC, Fla.
48. Eddie Kunz, RHP, Oregon State
49. Matt Spencer, OF, Arizona State
50. Kyle Lotzkar, RHP, Langley Blaze, Tsawwassen, British Columbia
51. Ryan Dent, IF, Wilson High School, Long Beach, Calif.
52. Wes Roemer, RHP, Cal State Fullerton
53. Kevin Keyes, OF, Connally, Austin
54. James Adkins, LHP, Tennessee
55. Danny Rams, C, Gulliver Prep, Miami
56. Nathan Vineyard, LHP, Woodland High School, Emerson, Ga.
57. Tanner Robles, LHP, Cottonwood High School, Salt Lake City
58. Travis D'Arnaud, C, Lakewood High School, Long Beach, Calif.
59. Jordan Zimmerman, P, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
60. Joe Savery, LHP, Rice
61. Chris Withrow, RHP, Midland Christian High School, Odessa, Texas
62. Julian Sampson, RHP, Skyline High School, Sammamish, Wash.
63. Kevin Ahrens, 3B, Memorial High School, Houston
64. Justin Jackson, SS, Roberson High School, Asheville, N.C.
65. David Kopp, RHP, Clemson
66. Sean Doolittle, LHP/1B, Virginia
67. Todd Frazier, SS/OF, Rutgers
68. Jonathan Kaskow, 1B, Coppell (Texas) High School
69. Hunter Morris, OF, Grissom High School, Huntsville, Ala.
70. Kyle Blair, RHP, Los Gatos High School, Monte Sereno, Calif.
71. Kevin Patterson, 1B, Oak Mountain High School, Birmingham, Ala.
72. Matt West, SS/3B, Bellaire High School, Houston
73. Duke Welker, RHP, Arkansas
74. Andrew Lambo, 1B, Newbury Park (Calif.) High School
75. Danny Worth, SS, Pepperdine
76. Josh Horton, SS, North Carolina
77. Wynn Pelzer, RHP, South Carolina
78. David Newmann, LHP, Texas A&M
79. Matt Thompson, RHP, Santa Rosa JC, Calif.
80. Brian Friday, SS, Rice
81. Travis Mattair, IF, Southridge High School, Kennewick, Wash.
82. Drake Britton, LHP, Tomball (Texas) High School
83. Austin Bailey, RHP, Prattville (Ala.) High School
84. Grant Desme, OF, Cal Poly
85. Danny Payne, OF, Georgia Tech
86. Tommy Hunter, RHP, Alabama
87. Eric Farris, 2B, Loyola Marymount
88. Connor Graham, RHP, Miami (OH)
89. Angel Morales, OF, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Caguas, PR
90. Matt Rizzotti, 1B, Manhattan
91. Cole Rohrbaugh, LHP, Western Nevada CC, Nev.
92. John Tolisano, SS/2B, Estero (Fla.) High School
93. Eric Sogard, 2B, Arizona State
94. Evan Danieli, RHP, Seton Hall Prep, West Orange, N.J.
95. Ed Easley, C, Mississippi State
96. Kellen Kulbacki, OF, James Madison
97. Runey Davis, OF, Georgetown (Texas) High School
98. Evan Reed, RHP, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo
99. Justin Baum, 3B, Pacific
100. Charlie Furbush, RHP, LSU


First-Round Picks
1. Devil Rays
2. Royals
3. Cubs
4. Pirates
5. Orioles
6. Nationals
7. Brewers
8. Rockies
9. Diamondbacks
10. Giants
11. Mariners
12. Marlins
13. Indians
14. Braves
15. Reds
16. Blue Jays (Frank Catalanotto, A, to Tex)
17. Rangers (Carlos Lee, A, to Hou)
18. Cardinals
19. Phillies
20. Dodgers (Julio Lugo, A, to Bos)
21. Blue Jays
22. Giants (Jason Schmidt, A, to LAD)
23. Padres
24. Rangers (Gary Matthews Jr., A, to LAA)
25. White Sox
26. Athletics
27. Tigers
28. Twins
29. Giants (Moises Alou, A, to NYM)
30. Yankees
Supplemental First-Round Picks
31. Nationals (Alfonso Soriano, A, to ChC)
32. Giants (Alou)
33. Braves (Danys Baez, A, to Bal)
34. Reds (Rich Aurilia, A, to SF)
35. Rangers (Lee)
36. Cardinals (Jeff Suppan, A, to Mil)
37. Phillies (David Dellucci, A, to Cle)
38. Blue Jays (Justin Speier, A, to LAA)
39. Dodgers (Lugo)
40. Padres (Woody Williams, A, to Hou)
41. Athletics (Barry Zito, A, to SF)
42. Mets (Roberto Hernandez, A, to Cle)
43. Giants (Schmidt)
44. Rangers (Matthews)
45. Blue Jays (Catalanotto)
46. Padres (Dave Roberts, A, to SF)
47. Mets (Chad Bradford, A, to Bal)
48. Cubs (Juan Pierre, B, to LAD)
49. Nationals (Jose Guillen, B, to Sea)
50. Diamondbacks (Craig Counsell, B, to Mil)
51. Giants (Mike Stanton, B, to Cin)
52. Mariners (Gil Meche, B, to KC)
53. Reds (Scott Schoeneweis, B, to NYM)
54. Rangers (Mark DeRosa, B, to ChC)
55. Red Sox (Alex Gonzalez, B, to Cin)
56. Blue Jays (Ted Lilly, B, to ChC)
57. Padres (Chan Ho Park, B, to NYM)
58. Angels (Adam Kennedy, B, to StL)
59. Athletics (Frank Thomas, B, to Tor)
60. Tigers (Jamie Walker, B, to Bal)
61. Diamondbacks (Miguel Batista, B, to Sea)
62. Red Sox (Keith Foulke, B, to Cle)
63. Padres (Alan Embree, B, to Oak)
64. Padres (Ryan Klesko, B, to SF)
65. Diamondbacks (have yet to sign 2006 first-rounder Max Scherzer)
Second-Round Changes
68. Nationals (Soriano to ChC)
70. Braves (Baez to Bal)
72. Cardinals (Suppan to Mil)
75. Athletics (Zito to SF)
78. Mets (Hernandez to Cle)
82. Padres (Williams to Hou)
89. Blue Jays (Speier to LAA)
Third-Round Changes
100. Mets (Bradford to Bal)
105. Reds (Aurilia to SF)
108. Phillies (Dellucci to Cle)
Fourth-Round Changes
135. Padres (Roberts to SF)

courtesy of Baseball America


Anonymous 5:06 PM CDT  

this is nice, i want my royals to take porcello

Anonymous 8:09 PM CDT  

can you posibly publish a list of the draft order?

Anonymous 8:11 PM CDT  

Phillipe Aumont is a beast. 6'7 95 mph plus fastball. ive seen him pitch at one of my teams winter workouts. the kid can pitch. but his lack of changeup will make him drop

Anonymous 10:54 AM CDT  

With the trades and acquisitions made going into the draft, plus the bulk of the team that is carried over from last season, and the trades and draft picks made during the draft, it sure seems like the Pats are going to be the team to beat in the AFC this season, and perhaps in all of the NFL.

Considering the Pats were almost in the Superbowl last season with a pathetic receiving corps and that they've added very talented players into said receiving corps this season, barring some nasty injury(ies), they look to be the team to take it all.I say injury(ies) because I think they could survive an injury or two to some positions, but if they lost Brady they'd probably have a hard time recovering.

I wish I could say that the Redskins did well in the draft and/or in free agency but so many holes still exist that I'm not sure they'll be significantly better than last season. I suppose on face they should be if they can keep their corners healthy. With Landry (argh, hard to type that name as a Redskin!!) back there with a healthy secondary they might be able to cheat up more and put more pressure on opposing QBs. Might.

They still have what should be a lot of talent in the receiving positions, and Campbell should be better, but they don't have the quality on either line (offense or defense) that I wish they'd have, so it could be yet another year of .500 at best, or worse.

Still, the NFC East looks to be the NFC Least again this season. None of the teams there look like they'll be that good, and none really look ready to step up and take the division.

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