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Draft 2008
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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
1392Kauffman, DanJuniata Col1BL/L6'02"2251987-01-01SR
318Hultzen, DanielSt Albans HS (MD)LHPL/L6'02"1951989-11-28HS400K
498Hughes, RyanChabot ColLHPL/L6'06"2201988-05-20J2
1098Hose, TerryEast Carolina URHPR/R5'10"1851986-04-15SR
438Harden, TrevorNew Mexico JCRHPS/R6'02"2151987-09-01J2400K
348Greene, KyleLewis-Clark St Col3BL/L6'02"2001986-05-26SR
738Gomez, NelsonKeystone Col3BR/R6'01"2101986-10-21JR
1188Godfrey, KyleWabash Valley ColLHPL/L5'11"2101987-11-27J2
588Gautier, JosephBethune-Cookman ColLHPL/L5'10"1651987-12-31JR
1038Elmore, JacobArizona St USSR/R5'10"1801987-06-15JR
104Eichhorn, KevinAptos HS (CA)RHPR/R6'00"1701990-02-06HS400K
Comments: A huge start in front of a large audience at the National Classic in late March certainly didn't hurt, but Eichhorn will have to work past the "undersized righty" stigma. He does have two decent offerings, plus command and poise to help him with that, as well as good bloodlines -- his father Mark spent 11 seasons in the bigs. A few years at Santa Clara might not hurt, but that will depend on when he's drafted.
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1248Duffy, BrendanOral Roberts UCFL/L5'11"1985-05-165S
1068Davis, ChrisU Central ArkansasCR/R6'00"2001986-09-22SR
168Cowgill, CollinU KentuckyCFR/L5'09"1951986-05-22SR400K
Comments: Cowgill is one of those college outfielders whose performance surpasses how his tools grade out. He's got a good hitting approach, but scouts don't expect him to hit for power in the future. He most likely profiles best as a fourth-outfielder type, the kind of guy who could fill in every day in center, but wouldn't be seen as a long-term solution. After turning down the A's (29th round) last year, he's certainly improved his Draft status this year.
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1337Cooper, DavidMt Olive ColSSL/R5'08"1701985-06-185S
828Cook, RyanU Southern CaliforniaRHPR/R6'02"2101987-06-30JR400K
1128Commings, SandersWestside HS (GA)CFR/R6'01"1990-03-08HS
948Cole, TaylorCol of Southern NevadaRHPR/R6'01"1851989-08-20J1400K
558Brown, SamuelNorth Carolina St URHPR/R6'05"2151987-06-10SO
528Babineau, RyanUC Los AngelesCR/R6'02"2101986-12-13JR400K
Comments: Teams looking for good defense behind the plate surely know all about Babineau, one of the better catch-and-throw guys in the Draft class. Though he's improved offensively, the bat lags behind the defensive tools. He looks like a guy who could use his defense and leadership to become a solid backup catcher at the big-league level, a guy who'll shut down the running game and maybe give you a .250 average and 10 homers annually.
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1473Argo, WilliamsAssumption HS (IA)CFR/R6'01"2051989-10-15HS
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