Home » Big Board » 2010 Big Board » 2010 MLB Draft: Top 201 College Prospects

2010 MLB Draft: Top 201 College Prospects

I have no idea how I decided to stop at 200, but I figured at some point lists like this get unwieldy. Check the post right below for the matching list for prep players and be sure to read later on to see the complete board…

  1. Community College of Southern Nevada FR C Bryce Harper
  2. North Carolina JR RHP Matt Harvey
  3. Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman
  4. Georgia Tech JR RHP Deck McGuire
  5. San Diego JR RHP Kyle Blair
  6. LHP James Paxton
  7. Ohio State JR RHP Alex Wimmers
  8. San Diego SO LHP Sammy Solis
  9. Mississippi JR LHP Drew Pomeranz
  10. Texas Arlington JR OF Michael Choice
  11. Arkansas JR RHP/OF Brett Eibner
  12. Louisiana State JR RHP Anthony Ranaudo
  13. Ball State JR 2B Kolbrin Vitek
  14. Miami JR C Yasmani Grandal
  15. The Citadel JR RHP Asher Wojchiechowski
  16. Tulane JR 3B Rob Segedin
  17. Arkansas SO 3B Zack Cox
  18. Florida State JR OF Tyler Holt
  19. Georgia Tech JR 3B Derek Dietrich
  20. Virginia Tech JR OF Austin Wates
  21. Cal State Fullerton JR SS Christian Colon
  22. Wabash Valley JC FR OF Mel Rojas
  23. San Diego State JR RHP Addison Reed
  24. Auburn JR OF Trent Mummey
  25. Louisville SO OF Stewart Ijames
  26. Middle Tennessee State JR OF Bryce Brentz
  27. UCLA JR LHP Rob Rasmussen
  28. Community College of Southern Nevada RHP Donnie Roach
  29. Virginia Tech JR RHP Jesse Hahn
  30. Indiana State JR RHP Jake Petricka
  31. Texas A&M JR RHP Barret Loux
  32. Ohio JR OF Gauntlett Eldemire
  33. West Virginia JR 2B Jedd Gyorko
  34. Portland JR RHP Zach Varce
  35. Texas Tech JR RHP Chad Bettis
  36. Clemson JR OF Kyle Parker
  37. Minnesota JR C Mike Kvasnicka
  38. Arizona State SO RHP/C Jordan Swagerty
  39. Oregon State JR LHP Josh Osich
  40. Kansas State JR SS Carter Jurica
  41. Arkansas JR 1B Andy Wilkins
  42. Louisiana State JR C Micah Gibbs
  43. UCLA SO RHP Dan Klein
  44. Charleston Southern JR RHP/OF Tyler Thornburg
  45. Villanova SO C Matt Szczur
  46. West Oklahoma State JC SO OF Randolph Oduber
  47. South Carolina JR RHP Sam Dyson
  48. Chipola JC FR 2B LeVon Washington
  49. UC Riverside SO C Rob Brantly
  50. Auburn JR 1B Hunter Morris
  51. Pittsburgh JR 3B Joe Leonard
  52. Virginia JR OF Jarrett Parker
  53. Louisiana State JR OF Leon Landry
  54. Jacksonville State JR OF Todd Cunningham
  55. St. Petersburg CC SO RHP Austin Wood
  56. Howard JC RHP Burch Smith
  57. Georgia JR RHP Justin Grimm
  58. Arizona State JR RHP Seth Blair
  59. Pepperdine SO RHP Cole Cook
  60. Oklahoma City JR 3B Matt Presley
  61. Stanford JR 2B Colin Walsh
  62. Duke JR SS Jake Lemmerman
  63. Louisville SO 3B Phil Wunderlich
  64. UNC Wilmington JR C Cody Stanley
  65. Arkansas SO LHP Drew Smyly
  66. Louisville SR 1B Andrew Clark
  67. Texas JR C Cameron Rupp
  68. Kansas JR 3B Tony Thompson
  69. San Diego JR 3B Victor Sanchez
  70. Connecticut JR 3B Mike Olt
  71. Vanderbilt JR C Curt Casali
  72. Tennessee JR C Blake Forsythe
  73. Long Beach State JR SS Devin Lohman
  74. Wake Forest JR OF Steven Brooks
  75. Louisville SR 2B Adam Duvall
  76. Virginia JR 2B Phil Gosselin
  77. San Jacinton JC FR LHP Miguel Pena
  78. Oregon State JR 3B Stefen Romero
  79. Fresno City College FR 3B David Rohm
  80. Coastal Carolina JR OF Rico Noel
  81. Cal State Fullerton JR OF Gary Brown
  82. Michigan JR OF Ryan LaMarre
  83. Miami JR LHP Chris Hernandez
  84. Florida JR LHP Kevin Chapman
  85. Alabama JR 2B Ross Wilson
  86. Alabama JR SS Josh Rutledge
  87. Mississippi State SR 1B Connor Powers
  88. Virginia Tech JR SS Tim Smalling
  89. Wichita State FR 3B Johnny Coy
  90. Texas State JR 3B Jason Martinson
  91. North Carolina State JR 3B Russell Wilson
  92. James Madison JR RHP Kevin Munson
  93. Oregon State JR OF Adalberto Santos
  94. Coastal Carolina JR 3B Scott Woodward
  95. Rice JR SS Rick Hague
  96. Tennessee JR LHP Bryan Morgado
  97. Tennessee Tech JR 1B AJ Kirby-Jones
  98. Cerritos CC SO 2B Joe Terry
  99. Catawba SR OF Wade Moore
  100. Catawba SR OF Craige Lyerly
  101. Yavapai JC SO DeMarcus Tidwell
  102. James Madison JR SS David Herbek
  103. San Jacinto SO OF Randall Thorpe
  104. Miami-Dade SO OF Jabari Blash
  105. Virginia JR OF Dan Grovatt
  106. Oregon State JR LHP Tanner Robles
  107. North Carolina State JR RHP Jake Buchanan
  108. Virginia SR SS Tyler Cannon
  109. Azusa Pacific SR 3B Ryan Delgado
  110. Florida Southern JR 2B Wade Kirkland
  111. California JR 2B BJ Guinn
  112. Georgia Tech JR RHP Kevin Jacob
  113. Ball State SO RHP Perci Garner
  114. Northeast Texas CC SO RHP Zach Cates
  115. SUNY Oneonta JR RHP Dave Filak
  116. Lower Columbia FR RHP Jeff Ames
  117. Michigan JR RHP Tyler Burgoon
  118. Coastal Carolina SR C Jose Iglesias
  119. Santa Clara SR C Tommy Medica
  120. East Carolina SR 1B Kyle Roller
  121. Oxnard FR OF Harper White
  122. Rutgers JR 2B Brandon Boykin
  123. Tennessee JR 3B Matt Duffy
  124. Kansas SR 2B Robby Price
  125. Kentucky JR 2B Chris Bisson
  126. Texas Tech JR RHP Bobby Doran
  127. Houston SO RHP Michael Goodnight
  128. Virginia Tech SO RHP Mathew Price
  129. Texas Christian SR C Bryan Holaday
  130. Clemson JR OF Jeff Schaus
  131. Bowling Green JR RHP Brennan Smith
  132. Wichita State SO RHP Jordan Cooper
  133. Georgia State JR RHP David Buchanan
  134. Rutgers JR OF Pat Biserta
  135. California JR OF Mark Canha
  136. Florida Southern JR RHP Daniel Tillman
  137. Texas Christian SR 1B Matt Curry
  138. Georgia Tech SR 1B Tony Plagman
  139. Louisiana State SR 1B Blake Dean
  140. Clemson JR RHP Josh Thrailkill
  141. Alabama SR 1B Clay Jones
  142. Washington JR 1B Troy Scott
  143. Clemson SO 3B John Hinson
  144. Missouri SR OF Aaron Senne
  145. Arizona State SO SS Drew Maggi
  146. Southern JR 2B Curtis Wilson
  147. East Carolina JR OF Devin Harris
  148. Texas JR OF Kevin Keyes
  149. Auburn JR OF Kevin Patterson
  150. Pacific JR OF Nick Longmire
  151. Florida State JR LHP John Gast
  152. Rutgers JR OF Jaren Matthews
  153. Auburn JR OF Brian Fletcher
  154. Ohio JR OF Robert Maddox
  155. Nebraska JR RHP Michael Mariot
  156. Sam Houston State JR RHP Dallas Gallant
  157. Texas-Arlington JR RHP Rett Varner
  158. San Jacinto JC RHP Clay Schrader
  159. Virginia JR RHP Tyler Wilson
  160. Louisville JR RHP Thomas Royse
  161. South Florida JR RHP Randy Fontanez
  162. Fresno State JR SS Danny Muno
  163. Cal State Fullerton JR 2B Corey Jones
  164. North Carolina JR C Jesse Wierzbicki
  165. Boston College JR 1B Mickey Wiswall
  166. Canisius JR 2B Steve McQuail
  167. Clemson SR 2B Mike Freeman
  168. Miami SR 2B Scott Lawson
  169. Mt. Hood CC SO 1B Taylor Ard
  170. Tampa JR OF Jared Simon
  171. Sonoma State JR OF Kyle Jones
  172. Florida Southern SR OF Trae Gore
  173. North Carolina JR RHP Colin Bates
  174. Eastern Illinois JR RHP Josh Mueller
  175. Minnesota JR RHP Seth Rosin
  176. East Carolina JR SS Dustin Harrington
  177. Alabama SR 3B Jake Smith
  178. Georgia Southern SR 2B AJ Wirnsberger
  179. College of Charleston SR 2B Joey Bergman
  180. Florida JR 2B Josh Adams
  181. San Diego SR RHP AJ Griffin
  182. Mississippi SR RHP Aaron Barrett
  183. Vanderbilt JR RHP Taylor Hill
  184. Oregon SR RHP Justin LaTempa
  185. Oregon State JR RHP Greg Peavey
  186. Georgia SO RHP Michael Palazzone
  187. Central Florida SR OF Chris Duffy
  188. Furman JR 3B Brian Harrison
  189. San Francisco JR 3B Stephen Yarrow
  190. James Madison JR RHP Turner Phelps
  191. Missouri JR RHP Nick Tepesch
  192. Long Beach State JR RHP Jake Thompson
  193. Loyola Marymount SO RHP Martin Viramontes
  194. California SO RHP Dixon Anderson
  195. Boston College JR LHP Pat Dean
  196. Bucknell SR OF Andrew Brouse
  197. North Carolina State JR C Chris Schaeffer
  198. Nebraska-Omaha JR OF Ryan Hook
  199. Oklahoma SO 3B Garrett Buechele
  200. Lewis-Clark State JR C Kawika Emsley-Pai
  201. Community College of Southern Nevada SO RHP Tyler Hanks
About these ads

1 Comment

  1. Martha Gray says:

    my comment is why so many kids are drafted from the mid west and south, when college baseball players from the north are not given as much opportunity or as much consideration when in actuallity they don’t get to play all year round. So if you take in account players from the north play a shorter time then kids from the mid west and the south and you look at their stats which are just as good if not better than the kids that get to play baseball year round, wouldn’t that mean something, given the chance to play year round, kids from the north would be just as good or even better. Shouldn’t that be in the back of the committee’s mind when drafting baseball players? I just don’t think there is alot of people looking at the college players from the north. there are so many talented kids that would like the same opportunity that is given to the baseball players from the mid west and the south that don’t receive that attention.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 76 other followers

%d bloggers like this: