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2011 MLB Draft First Base Rankings Resource Page

For more on the top twenty college and top fifteen high school 2011 first base prospects…

Final 2011 MLB Draft College First Base Rankings

Final 2011 MLB Draft High School First Base Rankings

…and for a combined top thirty list of all 2011 draft-eligible first base prospects, do you and me both a quick personal favor and tilt your head downward slowly at a 45 degree angle.

  1. Utah JR 1B CJ Cron
  2. 1B Travis Harrison (Tustin HS, California)
  3. 1B Jacob Anderson (Chino HS, California)
  4. 1B Dan Vogelbach (Bishop Verot HS, Florida)
  5. 1B Dante Bichette (Orangewood Christian HS, Florida)
  6. Florida JR 1B Preston Tucker
  7. 1B Kevin Cron (Mountain Pointe HS, Arizona)
  8. Vanderbilt SR 1B Aaron Westlake
  9. 1B Rookie Davis (Dixon HS, North Carolina)
  10. 1B Wallace Gonzalez (Bishop Amat HS, California)
  11. Southern California JR 1B Ricky Oropesa
  12. Washington State JR 1B Taylor Ard
  13. Wichita State SO 1B Johnny Coy
  14. 1B Ryan Krill (Portage Central HS, Michigan)
  15. Cal State Fullerton JR 1B Nick Ramirez
  16. North Carolina State JR 1B Harold Riggins
  17. 1B Elliot Richoux (The Woodlands HS, Texas)
  18. 1B Rouric Bridgewater (Diamond Ranch HS, California):
  19. Walters State SO 1B Cody Stubbs
  20. St. Mary’s JR 1B Troy Channing
  21. Central Florida SO 1B DJ Hicks
  22. Oklahoma JR 1B Cameron Seitzer
  23. LSU-Eunice FR 1B Hommy Rosado
  24. Cal State Fullerton SO 1B Carlos Lopez
  25. 1B Skyler Ewing (Arlington HS, Texas)
  26. Connecticut SR 1B Mike Nemeth
  27. Georgia JR 1B Chase Davidson
  28. East Tennessee State SR 1B Paul Hoilman
  29. Minnesota JR 1B Nick O’Shea
  30. Northwestern JR 1B Paul Snieder
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3 Comments

  1. Kent Wolford says:

    Where do you see Ryan Durrence of Bethune Cookman going. Power hitting first baseman with good defensive skills

  2. Mike says:

    I’m a WSU fan, and calling Taylor Ard (WSU 1B) the sleeper in the 2011 draft. Has top team and Pac-10 stats, Pac-10 all conference, NWAACC MVP, & Rawling All-American Juco recognition. Tends to lead conferences in HRs & RBIs, strong D, soft hands, clutch. Remember the name: Taylor “Goin’ Yard” Ard. We’ll be seeing him in the bigs!

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