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Far West League Top Prospects

Summer Collegiate : : Rankings
Allan Simpson        
Published: Wednesday, August 29, 2012

2012 Summer Collegiate Top Prospect Coverage
Far West League top prospect reports (Insider/CBT)

RK Player POS B-T HT WT Hometown ST 2013 School YR Last Drafted Class
1 Bradley Zimmer OF L-R 6-4 200 San Diego CA San Francisco SO Cubs '11 (23) 2014
2 Blake Bass 1B R-R 6-6 235 Lubbock TX Texas Tech SO Never drafted 2014
3 Jordan Haseltine LHP L-L 6-5 210 Vacaville CA San Francisco JR Never drafted 2013
4 Grant Nelson C R-R 6-2 200 San Mateo CA St. Louis SR Never drafted 2012
5 Joe Goldenberg RHP/OF R-R 6-3 210 Laguna Niguel CA *Concordia (Calif.) SR Never drafted 2012
6 James Barragan RHP R-R 6-0 205 Bakersfield CA Cal State Bakersfield SO Never drafted 2014
7 Jeff Keller C/3B R-R 5-10 175 Atherton CA Dartmouth JR Never drafted 2013
8 Clay Cedarquist 1B L-L 6-3 190 Fresno CA Cal State Sacramento SR Mariners '09 (46) 2012
9 Bob Cruikshank 3B R-R 6-2 185 Kirkland WA San Francisco SO Never drafted 2014
10 Chris Garrison RHP R-R 6-4 195 Rocklin CA *Concordia (Calif.) SR Cubs '11 (28) 2012

*Transfer

Others in consideration: Will Anderson, Scott Masik, Chris Mendoza, Tanner McIntyre, Kurt Yinger
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