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Draft : : Top Prospects
Top 100 Prospects
Allan Simpson        
Published: Saturday, April 30, 2011

Allan Simpson is the Director of Perfect Game Crosschecker and can be reached at allansimpson@nc.rr.com

Right-hander Gerrit Cole has struggled to become even a .500 pitcher this spring at UCLA, and third baseman Anthony Rendon has been relegated to mostly a DH role at Rice because of a lingering shoulder injury, but they remain the two top prospects as the 2011 baseball draft is little more than a month away.

In Perfect Game’s latest ranking of the draft’s Top 100 Prospects, Cole holds down the No. 1 spot and Rendon is No. 2. Entering the season, the rankings were reversed. College left-handers Jed Bradley of Georgia Tech and Danny Hultzen of Virginia are nipping at their heels at No. 3 and 4.


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