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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 11:09 pm 
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2nd Tier College-Infielders

Most draft information get compilied on the the top players available. But after the first five rounds, there are still 45 more rounds left to draft players. Teams use these later picks on a combination of high ceiling raw physically talented athletes and lower ceiling hard working baseball players that know how to play the game. Here are some lists of players that won't be top picks, but they could still get drafted and given a chance to reach the majors.

Troy Clint Robinson 1B 6*4 225 Senior .370-219-17-65-29-30-1
So Bama Cunningham, Jeff 1B L/R 6*3 215 Jr. .350-183-22-64-38-53-4
C of Charl Graham Maiden 1B L/L 6*3 215 Sr. .371-178-10-41-16-15-3
U of Az Ziegler, C.J. 1B R/R 6*4 225 Jr. .347-199-10-56-28-34-0
Hawaii Kris Sanchez 1B 6*3 220 Sr. .364-206-10-63-28-42-1
Memphis Adam Amar 1b R-R 6*4 235 Sr. .352-213-5-42-20-20-3
U of W Rindal, Curt 1B R/R 6*3 215 SR .350-214-9-48-16-28-0
MissippiSt Mitch Moreland 1B L-L 6*2 228 Jr. .342-202-7-50-29-25-1
La Tech Albie Goulder 1B 6*3 205 jr .327-196-14-51-26-34-3
NotreDame Mike Dury 1B S/L 6*5 240 SR .246-179-9-35-24-49-4
Michigan Nate Recknagel* 1B R-R 6*2 215 Jr. .358-193-10-54-40-36-4
MissippiSt Brian LaNinfa 1B L-R 6*0 220 Sr. .321-184-4-42-20-35-1
Ok St Ridling, Rebel 1B R/R 6*3 225 Jr. .336-232-11-62-15-57-1
Tex Chance Wheeless 1B 6*5 220 Sr.-3L .356-208-4-32-32-22-4
Flor Int'l Petika, John 1B L/L 6*2 210 Jr. .342-219-7-56-9-26-2
Or St Lennerton, Jordan 1B L/L 6*2 230 Jr. .327-159-6-42-26-31-0
Ark Hamblin, Danny 1B R/R 6*1 209 Sr. .278-205-20-54-28-61-2
USC Lucas Duda 1B 6*5 240 JR .275-171-6-31-29-32-3
Maine Joel Barrett 1B R/R 6*1 220 SR .364-184-7-38-25-19-2
LSU Jordan Mayer 1B R/R 6*3 257 Jr. .213-61-4-8-9-16-2
J Madison Moses, Mitchell 1B 6'3" 220 r-Sr. .347-150-4-20-33-18
Louisville Jorge Castillo 1B L/R 6*1 235 JR .290-183-4-42-8-24-1
South Flor Daniel, Brandin 1B L/L 6*1 220 Jr. .270-200-7-45-25-57-0
Wichita Jackson, Danny 1B R/R 6*3 220 RSr. .317-120-4-22-8-27-1
Elon Chris Vasami 1B R/R 6*4 235 Sr. .315-197-5-44-21-44-2
Memphis Joey Lieberman 1B R-R 5*10 210 Sr. .286-220-12-52-29-53-0
Florida St Brandon Reichert 1B RR 6*3 215 RS SR .313-201-3-46-15-24-1

Many college players end up playing out of position, wherever the team needs them to play. So they often play numerous positions during the year. Because of this many college rosters list players not at a position, but as "Infielders". So I will have lists of players for each position, add also "infielders".

Ok St Mach, Tyler 2B R/R 6*0 207 Sr. .408-223-15-73-21-24-1
ASU Eric Sogard 2B L/R 5*10 180 Jr./2V .399-203-10-51-37-22-16
C of Charl Chris Campbell 2B R/R 5*10 170 Sr. .388-255-10-77-17-14-4
Flor Atlant Robbie Widlansky 2B 6*2 210 JR .445-227-15-67-23-27-9
So Missip Trey Sutton 2B L/R 6*0 175 JR .370-235-7-37-34-19-12
Minnesota Dan Lyons 2B R/R 5*10 185 Sr. .311-180-8-44-25-23-9
St. Johns Sam DeLuca 2B R/R 5*11 190 Sr. .357-207-2-44-22-8-8
MissippiSt Jeffrey Rea 2B L-R 5*8 157 Sr. .343-210-1-21-24-14-10
Vandy Alex Feinberg 2B R/R 5*11 185 JR .340-203-4-39-15-19-1
Wichita Workman, Josh 2B L/R 6*1 200 RSo. .277-166-4-27-29-33-12
Tex Chais Fuller 2B 5*11 200 Sr.-1L .333-72-1-15-6-15-2
So Bama Jernigan, Ryne 2B R/R 5*10 180 Jr. .308-159-4-25-16-27-3
Long Beach Matt Cline 2B R/R 5*10 175 Sr. .341-179-0-25-15-17-9

Several players listed as shortstops should get drafted in the 4th-10th rounds next week. Vandy shortstop Dominic de la Osa could go as high as the second round. I have been following the draft for over fifteen years. In that time I do not remember any player shorter than Louisville's 5'3" shortstop Chris Cates. He makes good use of his tools by getting on base and helping the offense with his speed. He drew 16 walks, struck out just 12 times, and stole 14 bases through late May.

Vandy Dominic de la Osa SS R/R 5*11 190 JR .387-204-17-53-19-37-18
C of Charl Oliver Marmol SS R/R 5*11 165 Jr. .348-221-7-44-29-21-28
Florida St Mark Hallberg SS R/R 5*11 170 JR .373-220-3-51-40-17-10
Maine Curt Smith SS R/R 5*10 208 JR .342-193-7-43-14-17-8
La Tech Dennis Winn SS 6*2 200 sr .354-178-8-26-18-22-3
J Madison Stoneburner, Davis SS 6'0" 175 Sr. .324-204-7-40-25-31-9
South Flor Diaz, Walter SS R/R 5*10 187 Jr. .348-221-1-29-34-28-14
G Tech Michael Fisher SS S-R 6*2 188 JR .337-196-3-38-24-24-7
Or St Barney, Darwin SS R/R 5*10 175 Jr. .292-216-2-41-23-27-10
Miami Roger Tomas SS 5*8 185 SR .339-174-1-24-33-26-10
East Carol Dale Mollenhauer SS L/R 5*11 173 JR/2V .329-170-3-26-23-20-9
Louisville Chris Cates SS R/R 5*3 145 SR .292-195-0-16-16-12-14
Elon Jordy Snyder SS R/R 5*10 170 Sr. .271-214-3-35-22-40-19

Third base will be a popular draft position in this years draft. As many as a dozen could get drafted in the first three rounds. Teams that miss out on one of the top players at the hot corner will be able to find talented third basemen later in the draft.

NC Reid Fronk 3B L/R 6*1 190 JR .324-213-11-45-34-26-1
La Tech Courtney Jones 3B 6*3 230 jr .327-147-10-40-17-39-2
St. Johns Gil Zayas 3B R/R 6*3 215 Jr. .376-213-4-51-11-23-0
J Madison Bujakowski, Lee 3B 6'3" 215 r-So. .320-125-4-32-9-27-2
NC Chad Flack 3B R/R 6*3 215 JR .238-214-6-35-18-28-6
La Tech Drew Bunting 3B 5*10 200 jr .407-108-1-19-31-14-1
Memphis Kyle Norrid 3B R-R 5*11 205 Sr. .280-211-5-26-11-36-1
Miami Gus Menendez 3B 5*10 190 SR .270-115-2-21-19-28-3
Louisville Justin McClanahan 3B R/R 6*0 195 JR .248-101-5-23-6-19-3
Georgia Peisel, Ryan 3B R/R 6*3 204 Jr. .295-237-4-29-26-31-10
Fullerton Evan McArthur 3B R/R 6*2 195 SR .214-140-2-20-9-25-5
Rutgers Tim Querns 3B L/R 6*0 200 Sr. .303-195-1-44-22-32-3
South Flor Cleveland, Charles 3B R/R 6*0 202 Jr. .265-98-0-20-16-24-2
La-Laf Van De Keere, Devery 3B L/R 6*2 210 Sr. .256-117-1-22-10-23-2
Baylor Tim Jackson 3B R/R 6*0 215 SR-1L .248-157-5-29-11-25-0

Here are the players listed as "Infielders" that could get drafted next week. These players will mostly end up fighting for playing time at 1B, 2B, 3B, and learning to play the outfield to improve their chances for a big league career.

West Car Kenny Smith INF R/R 5*10 185 SR .412-221-18-79-29-24-14
Stetson Braedyn Pruitt INF L/R 6*2 190 Sr. .342-199-8-44-35-19-1
Ohio State Jason Zoeller *** INF R-R 6*0 180 Sr./Sr. .345-165-9-37-17-25-1
Flor Atlant Daniel Bomback Inf 5*11 185 JR .366-243-15-55-18-24-7
Wichita Sublett, Damon INF L/R 6*1 190 Jr. .358-240-5-41-42-37-14
Evansville Kasey Wahl INF R/R 6*4 230 Sr. .355-219-8-60-24-14-1
Ole Mis Henry, Justin INF L/R 6*3 190 Jr. .375-226-0-33-25-19-21
C Michigan Humphrey, Ben INF R/R 6*5 225 Sr. .360-222-10-46-31-44-12
Coastal Car Chris Raber INF L/R 6*3 225 Sr./Sr. .340-200-17-54-38-55-13
Louisville Logan Johnson INF L/R 5*9 180 SR .377-207-13-54-30-21-7
Ole Mis Cozart, Zack INF R/R 6*1 190 Jr. .311-222-5-41-23-20-15
Pepperdine Worth, Danny INF R/R 6*1 165 JR .346-231-3-36-25-19-11
Tex A&M Dalton, Parker INF R-R 6'-1" 185 Sr-3L .379-174-5-35-12-32-17
Flor Int'l Pullin, Bryan INF R/R 6*0 195 Sr. .362-213-7-46-17-21-10
McNeese Cartie, Bryan INF 6*0 185 JR .354-195-3-41-37-28-24
Wichita Schermerhorn, Derek INF R/R 6*1 210 RSr. .342-190-6-31-14-26-19
Troy Edgar Ramirez INF 5*9 175 Senior .340-200-11-42-15-30-3
Memphis Bill Moss INF R-R 6*0 195 Sr. .329-210-12-49-25-30-2
SC Travis Jones INF R-R 5*9 190 JR .323-223-18-61-23-41-12
West Car Jonathan Greene INF R/R 6*0 200 JR .322-214-12-52-26-48-10
Stanford Adam Sorgi INF L/R 6*1 190 JR .386-140-0-25-14-21-0
Rice J.P. Padron INF R/R 6*1 210 JR/Tr. .350-60-1-9-8-15-2
Kentucky Carroll, Sawyer INF 6*4 200 JR .352-210-3-56-38-25-4
Kentucky Brown, Mike INF 5*9 185 SR .374-190-3-37-31-31-14
Wake Forst Willy Fox INF R / R 5*11 197 JR .359-170-5-40-13-31-8
Kentucky Spear, Brian INF 6*1 205 JR .358-173-5-48-51-43-2
Dallas Bap Matt Tucker INF S/R 6'2 180 Senior .350-214-9-47-28-38-16
Loyola Mar Eric Farris INF R/R 5*10 170 JR-2V .349-232-3-28-23-14-33
Ark Coon, Casey INF R/R 5*11 196 Jr. .307-199-9-67-29-40-4
Irvine Cody Cipriano INF 6*1 205 SR .342-184-10-45-30-39-9
NC State Pond, Ryan INF R/R 6*2 238 Jr. .339-168-6-37-44-24-4
Kent State Davis, Andrew INF S/R 6*0 192 Sr. .335-215-7-51-26-28-2
Rice Jordan Dodson INF R/R 6*1 205 JR/2L .285-172-7-44-33-30-6
C of Charl Ben Lasater INF R/R 6*3 205 Sr. .384-203-14-52-11-43-2
Houston Josh Stirneman INF L-L 6*2 235 Sr.-1L .324-216-7-40-17-36-1
Riverside Aaron Wible INF R/R 6*3 215 Jr./2V .322-205-10-50-19-39-2
Tulane Brad Emaus INF R/R 6*0 210 Jr. .320-206-4-33-36-21-3
NC State Roskopf, Mike INF L/R 6*7 216 Jr. .312-141-11-36-12-35-0
Alabama Matt Bentley INF L/R 6*2 216 Jr. .303-188-12-36-20-31-4
Rice Brian Friday INF R/R 5*11 180 JR/2L .341-220-3-24-26-31-12
Nebraska Brown, Andrew INF R/R 5*11 196 Sr. .310-187-9-39-27-25-2
NC State Foschi, Tommy INF R/R 6*0 173 Jr. .362-58-3-19-9-11-1
S Diego St Spiers, Joe INF R-R 5*8 190 JR .339-118-1-18-11-12-13
Memphis Michael Murray INF R-R 5*9 175 Sr. .385-213-4-30-29-21-6
San Diego Justin Snyder INF L/R 5-9.5 190 JR .348-230-4-33-35-29-7
Oral Robrt Chad Rothford INF B/R 6*5 250 Sr. .275-211-11-41-25-42-1
TexasTech Martin, Kyle INF 5*11 175 SR .279-201-13-46-32-52-2
VCU Sergio Miranda inf S/R 5*10 180 JR .357-235-2-35-17-22-10
Delaware Ryan Jablonski * INF R-R 6*0 208 Sr. .351-222-4-30-20-34-2
U of SF Mitchell Bialosky INF 6*4 215 JR .345-177-5-40-11-28-0
Nebraska Tezak, Jeff INF S/R 5*10 180 Jr. .345-171-3-34-20-23-5
UCLA Alden Carrithers INF L/R 5*10 165 JR .350-200-2-30-29-23-7
Tennessee Andy Simunic INF R-R 6*0 170 Jr. .340-212-1-27-19-39-26
Oral Robrt Jake Kahaulelio INF R/R 5*10 185 Sr. .325-191-4-41-26-29-8
Stanford Randy Molina INF L/R 6*3 220 JR .268-41-0-2-3-11-0
Houston Jimmy Cesario INF L-R 5*11 185 So.-JC .358-212-3-34-23-45-5
Jacksonville Ryan McArdle INF R/R 6*1 225 SR .320-203-6-48-9-42-1
USC Matt Cusick INF 5*10 190 JR .308-185-0-31-26-15-8
Kansas Price, Ryne INF 5*11 185 JR .270-185-10-31-32-62-8

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No college seniors, please.

I'd rather take a shot at high schoolers with upside, even if I can't sign then.

Guys like this are mostly going to be NDFA.

I can sign them after the Draft if I need to fill out my rosters...\


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R Nitelight wrote:
No college seniors, please.

I'd rather take a shot at high schoolers with upside, even if I can't sign then.

Guys like this are mostly going to be NDFA.

I can sign them after the Draft if I need to fill out my rosters...\


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I seem to agree a lot with you. This is no exception.

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tejdog1 wrote:
R Nitelight wrote:
No college seniors, please.

I'd rather take a shot at high schoolers with upside, even if I can't sign then.

Guys like this are mostly going to be NDFA.

I can sign them after the Draft if I need to fill out my rosters...\


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I seem to agree a lot with you. This is no exception.


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I have a feeling that between rounds 30-50 you'll see a lot of college seniors drafted. I expect to see a lot less NDFA signed this year.


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