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DJ LeMahieu
2007 GRAD
 |  SS
 |  Bloomfield Hills, MI
MLB DRAFT

ROUND 2 - 2009
DRAFT HISTORY
MLB DEBUTED

May 30, 2011
COMMITMENT
Best PG Grade
10
ABOUT PG GRADES
NATIONAL RANKING
MI STATE RANKING
82 NA
NA NA
OVERALL
SS
OVERALL
SS
Does anyone out project him? Predict 1st rd out of college, unless sooner. Aflac All American, good in Jupiter
Brother Rice
6-3  
185
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM LAST PLAYED HEIGHT/WEIGHT
R/R
31 and 4 mos
18 and 10 mos
BATS/THROWS AGE Age at 2007 Draft
PG EVENT RESULTS
85
FB VELO
7.15
60 YARD DASH
83
IF VELO
LATEST PG SHOWCASE REPORT
2006 National Showcase  
D.J. LeMahieu is a 2007 right hand hitting shortstop/3rd baseman from Brother Rice HS, residing in Bloomfield Hills, MI. LeMahieu has a long, rangy, athletic build on a plus 6'4" 185 lb. frame that has an awful lot of room to fill out. He is one of the more exciting players to watch and then consider his future because he is so good now, but has so much development ahead of him. LeMahieu was ranked #15 among PG National Top 100 position players and when it is all said and done in a number of years from now, he could be one of the best from what looks to be a stellar '07 high school position player class. Nothing that LeMahieu does takes a lot of effort. At the plate he can hit, simple. His hands are alive and he easily gets his swing underway. His hands fly from their starting position and fly through the hitting zone, accelerating through contact. His feel for hitting is advanced for a young player. LeMahieu not only has natural hitting instincts and ability, he has a technically sound swing, keeping his hands inside the ball and staying long through in the zone. He produces easy power and uses the whole field. He showed the ability to hit all pitches and just looks like he is an offensive monster waiting to happen. LeMahieu has as good a chance to be three hole in the Big Leagues someday as any player in the '07 class. On defense he is a primary shortstop and many already want to move him to 3rd base, but he can stay at short for awhile longer. He goes to and through the ball well and has good feet. His arm is a plus and his release is quick. He will be a plus defensive 3rd baseman, but can also be a solid average shortstop, providing corner position type power. If he gets to be 6'4" 230, then he probably has to move. LeMahieu ran 4.59 home/1st with a respectable 7.15 60 yard time. He is one of the top high school draft prospects and likely has had his pick of a D1 program to attend.
PG CAREER PROGRESSION
-.14 SEC
60 TIME SINCE 08/19/2005
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PERCENTILE RANKINGS
CLASS OF 2007 in the recorded year
CATEGORY TOP RESULT CLASS AVG PERCENTILE
FB 85 mph 83
66.36%
60 7.15 sec 7.39
74.68%
IF 83 mph 76
89.43%
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