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2002 Top Prospects

Scott Kazmir  LHP - 2002 - Houston, TX

92-96 mph with life, plus breaking ball, plus command, what else would you want.

Sergio Santos  SS - 2002 - Hacienda Heights, CA
Southern California

Right now the best position player in the class and he ran a 6.6.

BJ (Melvin) Upton  SS - 2002 - Chesapeake, VA
Florida State

5 tool guy who is sure to be a very high draft pick. Ran a 6.5

John Jr. Mayberry  1B - 2002 - Overland Park, KS

Son of former MLB star hitter. Top bat in Tropicana, hit 90+ all over and out of the park.

Micah Schilling  SS - 2002 - Clinton, LA
Louisiana State

One of the top baseball players in America and definitely one of the best hitters.

Denard Span  OF - 2002 - Tampa, FL

Be a good pick to click for later on. He has the entire package and looks the part. 6.5 60

Wardell Starling  OF - 2002 - Missouri City, TX

Plus arm, plus power, plus body, plus speed. Threw 92 from the mound.

Corey Shafer  1B - 2002 - Choctaw, OK

Some say he's the best bat in the nation, we tend to agree.

Christopher Gruler  RHP - 2002 - Brentwood, CA
Arizona State

Low 90s and great arm action, quick and fluid

Scott Moore  SS - 2002 - Long Beach, CA
Cal State Fullerton

One of nations top SS prospects, big arm, good fluid actions and can hit with anyone.

Steven Doetsch  OF - 2002 - St. Petersburg, FL
Indian River State College

Has it all, MLB body, plus arm, plus run, plus bat, can go get the ball and hit it out.

Eduardo Martinez-Esteve  OF - 2002 - Miami, FL
Florida State

Put on a show, MLB body, average runner, plus arm, Mayberry and him tore up Tropicana.

Thomas Wilhelmsen  RHP - 2002 - Tucson, AZ
Arizona State

92 mph fastball, his body is looking much stronger, watchout sky is the limit.

Jeff Clement  C - 2002 - Marshalltown, IA
Southern California

One of top left-hand bats in the nation and plus arm, has thrown in the 90s from mound.

Camilo Vasquez  LHP - 2002 - Hialeah, FL
Indian River State College

One of top lefties in the country, low 90s, good spin, comes easy.

Adam Elliott  RHP - 2002 - Concord, CA

93 mph fastball and plus breaking ball. Good command of three pitches.

Nicholas Starnes  RHP - 2002 - Haw River, NC

93 mph fastball and can spin the ball, extremely projectable, sky is the limit.

Jensen Lewis  RHP - 2002 - Cincinnati, OH

One of the nations best arms, low 90s comes easily.

Christopher Lewis  SS - 2002 - Irvine, CA

Outstanding SS with good athletic ability and big arm, also hits and with power.

Warner Jones  SS - 2002 - Nashville, TN

Not big body, but plays big, you could say he's a 5 tool guy, plus speed and plus arm.

Nicholas Tisone  3B - 2002 - Covington, LA
Pearl River CC

Perhaps the nations top 2way player, can do it all and throw 90 from the hill.

Mark Sauls  RHP - 2002 - Panama City, FL
Florida State

He has a chance to become a premier power pitcher. In the 90s already.

Andy Putnel  RHP - 2002 - Lake Alfred, FL

Low 90s and plus breaking ball. Good command.

Gabriel Sanchez  SS - 2002 - Miami, FL

94mph across the infield and can play. Also a top hitting prospect.

Brian Hernandez  C - 2002 - Boynton Beach, FL

One of most steady defensive catchers in nation and can hit and play.

Alex Gordon  3B - 2002 - Lincoln, NE

Possible high pick if seen enough, smooth power type player.

Justin Gee  RHP - 2002 - Sarasota, FL
Louisiana State

90+ 6'4" = high draft possibilities. You will hear his name a lot.

Brian Dopirak  1B - 2002 - Crystal Beach, FL

#1 raw power guy in the class, put on display in Tropicana, 4 in a row out of the park.

Clinton Everts  RHP - 2002 - Cypress, TX

Very good player and pitcher who touches 90 or better with good curve ball.

Jeffrey Jacobsen  RHP - 2002 - Las Vegas, NV
College of Southern Nevada

90+ tall and very thin, if he gains strength, you have a big time power pitcher.

Javier Socorro  OF - 2002 - Miami, FL

6.5 runner with more than playable arm and can hit. He can play!

Adam Kalkof  LHP - 2002 - Durham, NC
North Carolina

Watch out, he could develop into a high round lefty. We expect it to happen!

Matthew Horwath  SS - 2002 - Lake Mary, FL
Louisiana State

Not prototype body, just plays the game better than nearly everyone else.

Christian Madson  1B - 2002 - Valrico, FL

Watchout for big Madson, he can touch 90 now, but there's much more in him.

Kyle Patrick  RHP - 2002 - Apopka, FL

Will move up the charts as he regains strength. Extremely projectable. Will throw mid 90s.

Anthony Martinez  RHP - 2002 - Montpelier, VA

Top football QB recruit with very strong 90+ arm.

Michael Thomas  OF - 2002 - Lynn Haven, FL

Good tools, strong arm and can hit. More importantly he can play the game.

Atlee Johnson  OF - 2002 - Jacksonville, FL
Tallahassee CC

A true baseball player, does everything well. Plays for keeps.

Jonathan Woodcox  C - 2002 - Orinda, CA
Washington State

Very good catcher and even better hitter.

K.C. Jones  RHP - 2002 - Eatonville, WA

MajorLeague pitchers body, throws well, around 90, but needs to speed up his arm.

James Peterson  1B - 2002 - Winterset, IA
Wichita State

Power hitting prospect who attacks and a good arm. Ball jumps off his bat.

Glen Simon  RHP - 2002 - Lake Worth, FL

Watchout for him, he gets better with each time we see him. Will be low 90s soon.

Christopher Gutierrez  SS - 2002 - Orlando, FL
Oklahoma State

Excellent player, very steady in the field, good actions and can hit.

Robert Harmon  RHP - 2002 - Villa Hills, KY
Arkansas-Little Rock

We've seen him much better, this big guy is for real.

Lee Lawrence  1B - 2002 - San Jose, CA

Great baseball body, good first sacker who can hit.

Matthew McColgan  C - 2002 - La Canada, CA
Santa Clara

Excellent catcher who can swing the bat. Has MLB body and movements.

Chris Munn  RHP - 2002 - Cooper City, FL

Very good looking player with outstanding arm. Swings the bat, but could attack more.

Andrew Stilley  LHP - 2002 - Jacksonville, FL
Florida State

Watchout this lefty opened some eyes, could be giant surprise next spring.

Hasan Rasheed  OF - 2002 - Nashville, TN
Lake City CC

Next to Urdaneda the fastest @ Tropicana, 6.48. Surprising power!

Kirby Wedekind  RHP - 2002 - Jacksonville, FL
Wake Forest

Big, strong pitcher who looks awful good, possible bright future..

Eric Wordekemper  RHP - 2002 - Storm Lake, IA

High 80s live fastball with good command, breaking ball looking pretty good.

Jason Short  RHP - 2002 - Naples, FL
Florida Gulf Coast

High 80s and very projectable, watch out for him.

Andrew Fiorenza  OF - 2002 - Atlanta, GA

Good looking player with obvious tools.

Justin Meier  RHP - 2002 - Windermere, FL
Louisiana State

High 80s fastball, but one of the best breaking balls in the USA

Robert Kimmons  RHP - 2002 - Mandeville, LA

Extremely projectable, arm works and ball sinks.

Prince Fielder  1B - 2002 - Melbourne, FL
Arizona State

Awesome power potential and good athlete. Cecil's son, so blood lines are there.

Zachary Daeges  IF - 2002 - Harlan, IA

Big hard throwing RHP, 90+ in the future, has a whip but hasn't pitched much.

Joshua Bartusick  1B - 2002 - Huntington Beach, CA
Cal State Fullerton

Bartusick's future looks like it might be on the hill, his arm works good.

David Bernat  RHP - 2002 - Miami, FL

Jason Caldwell  RHP - 2002 - St. Cloud, FL

Michael Craig  LHP - 2002 - Rolling Hills, CA

Jonathan Crosby  RHP - 2002 - Germantown, TN
Georgia Tech

Adam Donachie  C - 2002 - Orlando, FL

Jason Duncan  LHP - 2002 - Winston-Salem, NC
North Carolina State

Ryan Falcon  LHP - 2002 - Rougemont, NC

Michael Fuentes  C - 2002 - Miami, FL
Coastal Carolina

Anthony Gonzalez  C - 2002 - Glendale, NY

Jeremy Hunt  RHP - 2002 - Tampa, FL

Luis Mateo  RHP - 2002 - Guaynabo, PR

Small, but high 80s fastball explodes and he can pitch.

Clifton Pennington  SS - 2002 - Corpus Christi, TX
Texas A&M

Jonathan Ruiz  C - 2002 - Miami, FL
Florida International

Rafael Sierra Jr.  C - 2002 - Miami, FL

Coltyn Simmons  OF - 2002 - Las Vegas, NV

Ryan Stanley  1B - 2002 - Tampa, FL
Georgia Tech

Marvin Urdaneta  OF - 2002 - Tampa, FL

Ran a 6.35, has good enough arm for CF and has hitting ability, but is raw.

Joey Votto  3B - 2002 - Toronto, ON CAN
Coastal Carolina

A bit raw, but can't overlook the bat speed, body and arm.

2003 Top Prospects

Lastings Milledge  OF - 2003 - Palmetto, FL

Top 03 in the country, 5 plus tool guy. 1st round if out this year. Bat speed #1 in nation.

James Houser  LHP - 2003 - Sarasota, FL

Also possible 1st round if out this year, low 90s lefty with much more and it's very smooth.

Joseph Gutierrez  RHP - 2003 - Miami Lakes, FL

Big, strong with outstanding power arm, low 90s now, will get better.

Pat Bresnehan  RHP - 2003 - Sherborn, MA
Arizona State

Good athlete with magic arm, 92 mph fastball and plus breaking ball. Good command.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia  C - 2003 - West Palm Beach, FL
Florida State

Might be the top 03 catcher in America, power arm, power bat and big league body.

Philip Stringer  SS - 2003 - Spring, TX

Can really play, big league actions and ball jumps off his bat, needs to improve 6.9 - 60.

Darin Downs  LHP - 2003 - Boynton Beach, FL
South Carolina

Two years from now he will be one of the premier lefties in America.

Johnny Zepeda  LHP - 2003 - Fallbrook, CA

90 mph lefty, throws a bit up hill, but he has a big time future.

Brandon Yarbrough  C - 2003 - Ellerbe, NC
Wake Forest

Can hit with the best of them, also has good strong arm and ran a 6.7 - 60.

Tom King  SS - 2003 - Mount Dora, FL
South Carolina

Solid player, who would normally be in the top 5 easy, but this was a strong bunch of 03s.

Lee Land  RHP - 2003 - Rougemont, NC

Looking very good, he's someone to keep a close eye on.

Brandon Dorries  SS - 2003 - Valliant, OK

MLB body and much more, watchout for this kid!

JP Alvarez  2B - 2003 - Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Robert Clayton  RHP - 2003 - Miami, FL

Jerod Estey  OF - 2003 - Craig, CO

Free Agents Top Prospects

Nestor Coredor  C - Free Agents - Acarigue, Porguesa, VE VEN

One of the top catchers at Tropicana

Jhonathan Figueroa  LHP - Free Agents - Tampa, FL

Low 90s big lefty with a great future.

Jose Paez  RHP - Free Agents - Santa Rita, VE VEN

Mid to high 80s and extremely projectable. Easy arm action.

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