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Draft : : Top Prospects
Top 100 Junior College Prospects
Allan Simpson        
Published: Wednesday, May 02, 2012

2012 JC Draft Crop Light At Top, But Plenty of Depth in Later Rounds

For purposes of the draft, junior-college baseball will never be front and center more prominently than it was in 2010, when 17-year-old College of Southern Nevada catcher Bryce Harper was selected by the Washington Nationals with the No. 1 pick overall.

Not only had that happenstance never occurred before, but it will likely never happen again as it took all the stars to be perfectly aligned—a rare talent like Harper, an exceptional draft circumstance, a team in the No. 1 position prepare


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