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2011 MLB Draft Top 150 Pitching Prospects

  1. UCLA JR RHP Gerrit Cole
  2. RHP Dylan Bundy (Owasso HS, Oklahoma)
  3. UCLA JR RHP Trevor Bauer
  4. RHP Archie Bradley (Broken Arrow HS, Oklahoma)
  5. Vanderbilt JR RHP Sonny Gray
  6. RHP Taylor Guerrieri (North Augusta HS, South Carolina)
  7. Texas JR RHP Taylor Jungmann
  8. LHP Daniel Norris (Science Hill HS, Tennessee)
  9. Georgia Tech JR LHP Jed Bradley
  10. Virginia JR LHP Danny Hultzen
  11. Connecticut JR RHP Matt Barnes
  12. LHP Henry Owens (Edison HS, California)
  13. RHP Robert Stephenson (Alhambra HS, California)
  14. Kent State SO LHP Andrew Chafin
  15. Kentucky JR RHP Alex Meyer
  16. RHP Jorge Lopez (Academia la Milagrosa, Puerto Rico)
  17. RHP Joe Ross (Bishop O’Dowd HS, California)
  18. RHP Michael Kelly (West Boca Raton Community HS, Florida)
  19. Oregon JR LHP Tyler Anderson
  20. Oregon State JR LHP Josh Osich
  21. RHP Dillon Howard (Searcy HS, Arkansas)
  22. RHP John Curtiss (Carroll HS, Texas)
  23. Texas State JR RHP Carson Smith
  24. RHP Pat Connaughton (St. John’s Prep, Massachusetts)
  25. LHP Jake Cave (Kecoughtan HS, Virginia)
  26. Oklahoma JR RHP Burch Smith
  27. Vanderbilt JR RHP Jack Armstrong
  28. Southern California JR RHP Austin Wood
  29. RHP Benton Moss (Rocky Mount HS, North Carolina)
  30. RHP Tyler Beede (Lawrence Academy, Massachusetts)
  31. RHP Kyle Smith (Santaluces HS, Florida):
  32. RHP Joe Musgrove (Grossmont HS, California)
  33. RHP Kyle Crick (Sherman HS, Texas)
  34. RHP Bryan Brickhouse (The Woodlands HS, Texas)
  35. RHP Dillon Maples (Pinecrest HS, North Carolina)
  36. RHP Jose Fernandez (Alonso HS, Florida)
  37. TCU SO LHP Matt Purke
  38. Texas A&M JR RHP John Stilson
  39.  TCU JR RHP Kyle Winkler
  40. Vanderbilt JR LHP Grayson Garvin
  41. Florida JR LHP Nick Maronde
  42. RHP Nick Burdi (Downers Grove HS, Illinois)
  43. LHP Amir Garrett (Leuzinger HS, California)
  44. RHP Brandon Woodruff (Wheeler HS, Mississippi)
  45. RHP Kevin Comer (Seneca HS, New Jersey)
  46. Texas JR LHP Sam Stafford
  47. RHP Carson Baranik (Parkway HS, Louisiana)
  48. RHP Deshorn Lake (Menchville HS, Virginia)
  49. RHP Hudson Boyd (South Ft. Myers HS, Florida)
  50. RHP Aaron Nola (Catholic HS, Louisiana)
  51. Stony Brook JR RHP Nick Tropeano
  52. LHP Andy Suarez (Columbus HS, Florida)
  53. Florida State JR LHP Sean Gilmartin
  54. LHP Cody Kukuk (Free State HS, Kansas)
  55. RHP Jake Reed (Helix HS, California)
  56. RHP Matt Troupe (Northridge HS, California)
  57. Johnson County CC SO RHP Vince Spilker
  58. Georgia Tech JR RHP Mark Pope
  59. Baylor JR RHP Logan Verrett
  60. Coastal Carolina JR RHP Anthony Meo
  61. Vanderbilt JR RHP Navery Moore
  62. Oregon JR RHP Scott McGough
  63. UC Irvine JR RHP Matt Summers
  64. RHP Dylan Davis (Redmond HS, Washington)
  65. RHP Christian Montgomery (Lawrence Central HS, Indiana)
  66. RHP Michael Cederoth (Steele Canyon HS, California)
  67. Clemson SO RHP Kevin Brady
  68. Gonzaga JR LHP Ryan Carpenter
  69. Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Noe Ramirez
  70. Wichita State JR LHP Charlie Lowell
  71.  RHP Jordan Cote (Winnisquam HS, New Hampshire)
  72. RHP Mason Hope (Broken Arrow HS, Oklahoma)
  73. RHP Michael Fulmer (Deer Creek HS, Oklahoma)
  74. Long Beach State JR RHP Andrew Gagnon
  75. Loyola Marymount JR LHP Jason Wheeler
  76. Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Tyler Pill
  77. Southern Cal JR RHP Andrew Triggs
  78. Louisville JR RHP Tony Zych
  79. Washington State JR LHP Adam Conley
  80. Hawaii JR RHP Lenny Linsky
  81. RHP Adrian Houser (Locust Grove HS, Oklahoma)
  82. RHP Kody Watts (Skyview HS, Washington)
  83. LHP Adam McCreery (Bonita HS, California)
  84. RHP Hawtin Buchanan (Biloxi HS, Mississippi)
  85. RHP Jerrick Suiter (Valparaiso HS, Indiana)
  86. RHP Ricky Jacquez (Franklin HS, Texas)
  87. RHP Jake Junis (Rock Falls HS, Illinois)
  88. Green River CC SO RHP Cody Hebner
  89. Oklahoma State JR LHP Chris Marlowe
  90. Miami-Dade CC SO RHP Jharel Cotton
  91. Rice SR LHP Tony Cingrani
  92. Texas A&M JR RHP Ross Stripling
  93. Stanford JR LHP Chris Reed
  94. Kentucky JR RHP Braden Kapteyn
  95. Villanova RHP Kyle McMyne
  96. Oregon JR RHP Madison Boer
  97. Alabama JR LHP Adam Morgan
  98. California JR RHP Erik Johnson
  99. RHP Tayler Scott (Notre Dame Prep, Arizona)
  100. LHP Kevin Matthews (Richmond Hill HS, Georgia)
  101. RHP Ryan Keller (West Ranch HS, California)
  102. RHP Danny Keller (Newbury Park HS, California)
  103. North Carolina State JR RHP Cory Mazzoni
  104. Virginia SR RHP Tyler Wilson
  105. Kansas JR RHP Colton Murray
  106. Santa Clara JR RHP JR Graham
  107. Stanford JR LHP Brett Mooneyham
  108. Texas JR RHP Austin Dicharry
  109. Vanderbilt SR RHP Taylor Hill
  110. LHP Philip Pfeifer (Farragut HS, Tennessee)
  111. LHP Stephen Tarpley (Gilbert HS, Arizona)
  112. LHP Dillon Peters (Cathedral HS, Indiana)
  113. RHP Taylor Nunez (Salmen HS, Louisiana)
  114. RHP Cole Wiper (Newport HS, Washington)
  115. Dayton JR LHP Cameron Hobson
  116. Oregon State JR RHP Sam Gaviglio
  117. Merced JC FR RHP Jake Sisco
  118. Johnson County CC SO RHP Jeff Soptic
  119. Kansas State JR RHP Evan Marshall
  120. Indiana State JR RHP Colin Rea
  121. Lower Columbia JC SO RHP Jeff Ames
  122. RHP Thomas Robson (Delta SS, British Columbia)
  123. RHP Austin Robichaux (Notre Dame HS, Louisiana)
  124. RHP Vaughn Covington (Killarney SS, British Columbia)
  125. RHP Gandy Stubblefield (Lufkin HS, Texas)
  126. Mississippi JR RHP David Goforth
  127. RHP Matt Wisler (Bryan HS, Ohio)
  128. RHP Koby Gauna (St. John Bosco HS, California)
  129. Georgia Southern JR RHP Matt Murray
  130. South Carolina SO RHP Matt Price
  131. Georgia JR RHP Michael Palazzone
  132. Florida JR RHP Tommy Toledo
  133. Notre Dame SR RHP Brian Dupra
  134. LHP Zakery Qualls (Rancho HS, Nevada)
  135. RHP Tyler Arthur (Lexington Catholic HS, Kentucky)
  136. RHP Matt Spalding (St. Xavier HS, Kentucky)
  137. RHP Dakota Freese (Washington HS, Iowa)
  138. Gonzaga SR RHP Cody Martin
  139. Santa Barbara CC SO LHP Kylin Turnbull
  140. RHP Clay Holmes (Slocomb HS, Alabama)
  141. LHP Daniel Camarena
  142. LHP Blake Snell (Shorewood HS, Washington)
  143. Oxnard CC FR RHP Jesus Valdez
  144. Mississippi JR LHP Matt Crouse
  145. LHP Carlos Rodon (Holly Springs HS, North Carolina)
  146. Cal Poly JR RHP Jeff Johnson
  147. Longwood JR RHP Mark Montgomery
  148. Minnesota SR RHP Scott Matyas
  149. TCU JR RHP Erik Miller
  150. Catawba JR RHP JJ (Jordan) Jankowski

Final 2011 MLB Draft High School Pitcher Rankings

1. RHP Dylan Bundy (Owasso HS, Oklahoma): 94-95 sitting velocity, 96-97 peak; good to plus 77-82 CB; CU with average upside at start of spring, may have surpassed that already; 85-87 SL that might have been the cutter; really like the FB/CB combo; smooth mechanics; plus 86-89 cutter; Dylan Covey comp?; extreme strike thrower, great control; now sitting 92-96, 97 peak; holds velocity late; 6-1, 205

2. RHP Archie Bradley (Broken Arrow HS, Oklahoma): 89-93 FB, hitting 94-97; power knuckle CB 80-86 with plus potential that improved drastically throughout spring; good SL; emerging circle CU; very easy 95 peak every outing; rumors of a 101 one-time peak in state title game; 6-4, 220 pounds

3. RHP Taylor Guerrieri (North Augusta HS, South Carolina): 87-90 FB last summer until sudden 97 peak this spring; now sitting 93-94 due to added physical strength with a consistent peak of 97-98, holds velocity late as well as any prep pitcher I remember; FB has plus life; emerging 77-83 CB with plus upside that has turned into a weapon already; heavy FB; very low effort mechanics; FB command greatly improved; mid-80s SL with upside; will show CU with upside and cutter; 6-3, 195 (up from 180)

4. LHP Daniel Norris (Science Hill HS, Tennessee): 90-93, 95-96 peak FB; very good to plus 73-77 CB; good 83 CU that keeps getting better, lots of deception; newly learned 70-74 SL with plus upside; great athlete, quick learner

5. LHP Henry Owens (Edison HS, California): 88-92 FB with more coming, 93-94 peak; crazy FB movement; plus FB command; plus control; potential plus 67-72 CB with big break, getting stronger each start; strong 77-79 CU with plus upside; shows 74-77 SL, but still a raw pitch; new cutter shows more promise; holds velocity well; Tyler Skaggs comp?; 6-5, 185 last summer, now up to 6-6, 200

6. RHP Robert Stephenson (Alhambra HS, California): 92-93 FB with great movement, 94-95 peak; plus 77-80 CB; 78-80 raw CU; has been seen sitting 94-97 early in games, still holding low-90s velocity late while hitting upwards of 94; 6-3, 185

7. RHP Jorge Lopez (Academia la Milagrosa, Puerto Rico): 88-91 FB with good command, 93 peak; very good 73-75 CB; plus CU; 6-5, 175

8. RHP Joe Ross (Bishop O’Dowd HS, California): 90-92 FB, peak 94-96; excellent 78-80 CB; above-average 82 CU; developing SL; good athlete; 6-2, 180

9. RHP Michael Kelly (West Boca Raton Community HS, Florida): 89-92 FB, peak 93-94; 74-78 CB with sharp break and plus upside; average 81-83 CU; good control; 6-5, 195 pounds

10. RHP Dillon Howard (Searcy HS, Arkansas): 90-92 FB, 93-95 peak; rumors of a 98 peak; also throws sinker that will break bats; outstanding sinking 81-83 CU; 76-78 CB; good 81-82 SL that he too often gets away from; good athlete; 6-3, 200

11. RHP John Curtiss (Carroll HS, Texas): 88-92 FB with good sink, peak 93-95; plus 77-78 SL; good 82-84 CU; strong Texas commit; 6-4, 190

12. RHP Pat Connaughton (St. John’s Prep, Massachusetts): 87-92 FB, 93-94 peak; 74-76 CB; really like his 78-80 SL; CU flashes plus; great athlete and basketball talent; strong Notre Dame commit; raw; 6-5, 190

13. LHP Jake Cave (Kecoughtan HS, Virginia): 88-91 FB, peak 93-94; 75-77 SL or CB; potential plus 74-79 CU; good athlete; power potential; good speed; strong LSU commit; 6-1, 180

14. RHP Benton Moss (Rocky Mount HS, North Carolina): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; plus mid-70s spike CB; good CU

15. RHP Tyler Beede (Lawrence Academy, Massachusetts): last summer was 86-90 FB, 91-93 peak; now sitting 90-92, 94-95 peak; holds velocity late; very good FB command; good two-seamer at 90; outstanding 79-84 CU; flashed above-average 74-77 CB; working on SL; 6-4, 200 pounds

16. RHP Kyle Smith (Santaluces HS, Florida): 88-92 FB with late burst, 93-95 peak; potential plus CU; excellent 77-78 CB; great pitchability; quick worker; good athlete; 6-0, 170

17. RHP Joe Musgrove (Grossmont HS, California): 87-89 FB, 91 peak; now sitting 90-92, 94 peak; rumors of 97-98 peak; very heavy fastball; 76 splitter used as CU; CB jumped from low-70s to 76-82 and is now weapon; groundball machine; 6-5, 225

18. RHP Kyle Crick (Sherman HS, Texas): 90-92 FB, 94 peak; now sitting 93-95, 96-97 peak; mid-70s CB flashes plus; 81 splitter; CU 72-73; above-average 81-83 SL; concern over dip in velocity; control an issue; too fastball reliant; 6-4, 225

19. RHP Bryan Brickhouse (The Woodlands HS, Texas): 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; 75-77 knuckle CB; solid 80-85 SL with upside; emerging low-80s CU; good athlete; 6-2, 190

20. RHP Dillon Maples (Pinecrest HS, North Carolina): 90-93 FB, peak 94-96; velocity will sometimes dip to upper-80s; potential plus 77-82 CB that is already above-average pitch; 80-81 SL; iffy command; emerging CU that still needs work; bat breaker; good athlete: latest: great athlete; spotty FB command; 6-3, 195

21. RHP Jose Fernandez (Alonso HS, Florida): 90-93 FB, peak 94-97; good 80-83 CB; good enough FB/CB combo to pitch in bigs right now; 81 CU; learning a 78-79 SL; good hitter; 6-4, 235

22. RHP Nick Burdi (Downers Grove HS, Illinois): 90-94 FB with great life, 96-97 peak; solid to plus 80-85 SL; good 78-83 CU; control is a question mark; more of a thrower than a pitcher; 6-4, 210

23. LHP Amir Garrett (Leuzinger HS, California): 88-94 FB. 96 peak; very interesting low-80s CB; raw CU; very athletic; 6-5, 175

24. RHP Brandon Woodruff (Wheeler HS, Mississippi): 90-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 79-81 CU with sink; solid 74-80 CB

25. RHP Kevin Comer (Seneca HS, New Jersey): 89-92 FB, 93-94 peak; mid-70s CB with upside; CU is coming around, could be above-average in time; impressive command; 6-3, 205 pounds

26. RHP Carson Baranik (Parkway HS, Louisiana): 87-89 FB, 90-92 peak; improved conditioning now has him sitting 91-93, 95 peak; 73-74 CB; 77-78 SL that needs tightening; low-70s CU; 6-3, 205

27. RHP Deshorn Lake (Menchville HS, Virginia): 88-91FB, 93-94 peak; good 77-82 SL; 80-81 CU with upside, but needs reps; raw, but lots of projection; 6-2, 180 pounds

28. RHP Hudson Boyd (South Ft. Myers HS, Florida): 91-93 FB, peak 94-96; good command of average 75-81 SL that flashes plus; above-average 80-84 CU; low-70s CB; good command; 6-3, 250

29. RHP Aaron Nola (Catholic HS, Louisiana): 88-92 FB; very good to plus 78-81 circle-CU; later in year sat upper-80s, 89 peak but great movement; solid but inconsistent 72 CB; funky arm action; 6-0, 170

30. LHP Andy Suarez (Columbus HS, Florida): 88-92 FB; good CB; good CU; good command; deceptive delivery; 6-2, 200

31. LHP Cody Kukuk (Free State HS, Kansas): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good 78 SL; CB; CU; good athlete; 6-4, 185

32. RHP Jake Reed (Helix HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good sinker; really good CU; average SL; Drew Cisco comp due to plus pitchability; 6-2, 175

33. RHP Matt Troupe (Northridge HS, California): 90-92 FB, 94 peak; very good CB; plus CU; SL; inconsistent FB velocity so he sometimes sits 87-88, peak 91

34. RHP Dylan Davis (Redmond HS, Washington): 90-93 FB, peak 94-95 with good sink; good 82-84 SL; 76-78 CB; CU; plus athlete; iffy command; 6-0, 200

35. RHP Christian Montgomery (Lawrence Central HS, Indiana): 89-93 FB, 95 peak; potential plus 72-81 CB that goes both hard and soft; low-80s CU; plus pitchability; 6-1, 240

36. RHP Michael Cederoth (Steele Canyon HS, California): 87-90 FB jumped up to 90-93 with 95-96 peak; average CB; 72 SL; good 86-88 cutter; very raw; violent delivery; 6-5, 185

37. RHP Jordan Cote (Winnisquam HS, New Hampshire): 88-90 FB, 92-93 peak; good CB; SL; raw CU; 6-5, 200

38. RHP Mason Hope (Broken Arrow HS, Oklahoma): 90-92 FB, 94 peak; flashes plus CB

39. RHP Michael Fulmer (Deer Creek HS, Oklahoma): 90-94 FB, 97 peak; 83-85 SL; CU needs work; 6-2, 200

40. RHP Adrian Houser (Locust Grove HS, Oklahoma): 90-93 FB with great sink, 95 peak; good CB; raw CU; good athlete; 6-3, 200

41. RHP Kody Watts (Skyview HS, Washington): 89-93 FB, 94-95 peak; good CB; average SL; above-average future splitter; 6-3, 185

42. LHP Adam McCreery (Bonita HS, California): 88-92 FB with some cutting action; very good 79 CB; good SL; interesting CU; injury plagued senior season; 6-8, 200

43. RHP Hawtin Buchanan (Biloxi HS, Mississippi): 89-91 FB with room to grow, 93-94 peak; good command; raw CB, but much improved as year went on; strong Mississippi commit; 6-8, 230

44. RHP Jerrick Suiter (Valparaiso HS, Indiana): 91-92 FB, 93-94 peak with very heavy sinking FB; 73 CU; good bat; iffy command; good athlete; 6-4, 220 pounds

45. RHP Ricky Jacquez (Franklin HS, Texas): 90-93 FB, 95-97 peak; potential plus 78 CB that is already very effective pitch; promising CU; great athlete; 5-9, 160

46. RHP Jake Junis (Rock Falls HS, Illinois): 88-91 FB; good upper-70s CB with plus upside; solid CU; great athlete; 6-3, 200

47. RHP Tayler Scott (Notre Dame Prep, Arizona): 90-92 FB; flashes plus CB but below-average on balance; very raw; plus athlete; 6-2

48. LHP Kevin Matthews (Richmond Hill HS, Georgia): 87-90 FB, jumps to 94-95 peak; above-average CB; great athlete; high effort delivery; 5-10, 160

49. RHP Ryan Keller (West Ranch HS, California): 87-91 FB with sink, 92 peak; good 73-76 CB; three quarters delivery; good 72 SL; average CU; 6-2, 210 pounds

50. RHP Danny Keller (Newbury Park HS, California): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good sinker; raw but interesting CU; good 79-80 CB; 75 SL; raw; violent delivery; 6-5, 185

51. LHP Philip Pfeifer (Farragut HS, Tennessee): 87-89 FB, later up to 90-92; peak 93; good to plus 75-79 CB; CU; SL; splitter; 6-0, 200

52. LHP Stephen Tarpley (Gilbert HS, Arizona): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good 74-76 CB needs polish; 81 CU; good athlete; 6-0, 170

53. LHP Dillon Peters (Cathedral HS, Indiana): 90-92 FB, 94 peak; good 80 CU; very good 73-76 CB; 5-10, 195 pounds

54. RHP Taylor Nunez (Salmen HS, Louisiana): 87-89 FB, 90 peak; reports of 93-94 peak made to stay quiet to keep his draft stock down; very good to plus upper-70s CB; 6-4, 175

55. RHP Cole Wiper (Newport HS, Washington): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; low-80s SL that ranges 83-86; potential plus 78-80 CB that is already above-average; uses splitter as CU;

56. RHP Thomas Robson (Delta SS, British Columbia): 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good 78-81 SL; CB; CU; 6-4, 200

57. RHP Austin Robichaux (Notre Dame HS, Louisiana): 87-89 FB, 90 peak; now sits 91-93 with lots of movement; good 75 CB; 6-5, 180

58. RHP Vaughn Covington (Killarney SS, British Columbia): 90-92 FB with good sink, 93-94 peak as starter and 96 peak in short bursts; promising CB; recovering from Tommy John surgery in September; 6-5

59. RHP Gandy Stubblefield (Lufkin HS, Texas): 6-4, 190; 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; CB with upside

60. RHP Matt Wisler (Bryan HS, Ohio): 88-90 FB. 92 peak; good 73-75 CB; emerging CU; SL; 6-3, 175

61. RHP Koby Gauna (St. John Bosco HS, California): 90-91 FB with good movement; plus 77-78 CU

62. LHP Zakery Qualls (Rancho HS, Nevada): mid-80s FB, 89 peak; slurvy SL; CB; really good CU; three quarters delivery; 6-3, 155 pounds

63. RHP Tyler Arthur (Lexington Catholic HS, Kentucky): 88-89 FB; 75-77 CB; good 78-80 CU; good command; 6-3, 190

64. RHP Matt Spalding (St. Xavier HS, Kentucky): 91-94 FB, 95-96 peak; 73-77 SL; violent delivery; 6-0, 190

65. RHP Dakota Freese (Washington HS, Iowa): 88-90 FB, 92 peak; good CB; 6-4, 190

66. RHP Clay Holmes (Slocomb HS, Alabama): 90-93 FB with good sink; knuckle CB; inconsistent SL; good command; good athlete; 6-5, 220

67. LHP Daniel Camarena: high-80s FB with late life, 90-91 peak; above-average future 70-73 CB; average 70-75 CU; line drive hitter; good approach; power upside, but hasn’t shown too much yet; RF arm; 6-0, 200 pounds

68. LHP Blake Snell (Shorewood HS, Washington): 86-90 FB, 92-94 peak; slow CB flashes above-average; average CU; less polished than expected; good athlete; 6-4, 190

69. LHP Carlos Rodon (Holly Springs HS, North Carolina): 87-89 FB, peak 92-93; loses velocity early; 75-76 CB; good 76-80 SL; emerging CU; raw enough that he may be better off at NC State; inconsistent offspeed stuff; spotty command; good athlete; 6-2, 210

70. RHP Zach Davies (Mesquite HS, Arizona): 90 FB; CB; SL; CU; good athlete; 6-0, 170

71. LHP Corey Stump (Lakeland Christian HS, Florida): 85-88 FB, 89-90 peak; good 68-74 CB that has since added velocity and is now low- to mid-70s consistently; 6-5, 195

72. LHP Travis Radke (Oaks Christian HS, California): 86-88 FB, 90 peak; good 74-75 CB; emerging 70-72 CU; low-70s SL that needs tons of work

73. RHP John Taylor (Franklin County HS, Georgia): 89-91 FB; good 75-77 CB; 79 CU

74. RHP Jordan Ramsey (North Davidson HS, North Carolina): 87-88 FB, 91 peak; good 68-70 CB; 75 CU; 6-4, 180

75. LHP Max Homick (Rancho Bernardo HS, California): mid-80s FB, 87-89 peak; good low-70s CB; 73 CU; 6-2, 210 pounds

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