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2010 MLB Draft: Top 100 College Pitching Prospects

Expanded lists for both RHPs and LHPs with quick scouting profiles can be found here (RHP) and here (LHP). The top 100 are below…

1. North Carolina JR RHP Matt Harvey

2. Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman

3. Georgia Tech JR RHP Deck McGuire

4. San Diego JR RHP Kyle Blair

5. Kentucky/Grand Prairie AirHogs SR LHP James Paxton

6. Ohio State JR RHP Alex Wimmers

7. San Diego SO LHP Sammy Solis

8. Mississippi JR LHP Drew Pomeranz

9. Arkansas JR RHP/OF Brett Eibner

10. Louisiana State JR RHP Anthony Ranaudo

11. The Citadel JR RHP Asher Wojchiechowski

12. San Diego State JR RHP Addison Reed

13. UCLA JR LHP Rob Rasmussen

14. CC of Southern Nevada RHP Donnie Roach

15. Virginia Tech JR RHP Jesse Hahn

16. Indiana State JR RHP Jake Petricka

17. Texas A&M JR RHP Barret Loux

18. Portland JR RHP Zach Varce

19. Texas Tech JR RHP Chad Bettis

20. Arizona State SO RHP/C Jordan Swagerty

21. Oregon State JR LHP Josh Osich

22. UCLA SO RHP Dan Klein

23. Charleston Southern JR RHP/OF Tyler Thornburg

24. South Carolina JR RHP Sam Dyson

25. St. Petersburg CC SO RHP Austin Wood

26. Howard JC (TX) RHP Burch Smith

27. Georgia JR RHP Justin Grimm

28. Arizona State JR RHP Seth Blair

29. Pepperdine SO RHP Cole Cook

30. Arkansas SO LHP Drew Smyly

31. San Jacinto JC FR LHP Miguel Pena

32. Miami JR LHP Chris Hernandez

33. Florida JR LHP Kevin Chapman

34. James Madison JR RHP Kevin Munson

35. Tennessee JR LHP Bryan Morgado

36. Oregon State JR LHP Tanner Robles

37. North Carolina State JR RHP Jake Buchanan

38. Georgia Tech JR RHP Kevin Jacob

39. Ball State SO RHP Perci Garner

40. Northeast Texas CC SO RHP Zach Cates

41. SUNY Oneonta JR RHP Dave Filak

42. Lower Columbia FR RHP Jeff Ames

43. Michigan JR RHP Tyler Burgoon

44. Texas Tech JR RHP Bobby Doran

45. Houston SO RHP Michael Goodnight

46. Virginia Tech SO RHP Mathew Price

47. Bowling Green JR RHP Brennan Smith

48. Wichita State SO RHP Jordan Cooper

49. Georgia State JR RHP David Buchanan

50. Florida Southern JR RHP Daniel Tillman

51. Clemson JR RHP Josh Thrailkill

52. Florida State JR LHP John Gast

53. Nebraska JR RHP Michael Mariot

54. Sam Houston State JR RHP Dallas Gallant

55. Texas-Arlington JR RHP Rett Varner

56. San Jacinto JC RHP Clay Schrader

57. Virginia JR RHP Tyler Wilson

58. Louisville JR RHP Thomas Royse

59. South Florida JR RHP Randy Fontanez

60. North Carolina JR RHP Colin Bates

61. Eastern Illinois JR RHP Josh Mueller

62. Minnesota JR RHP Seth Rosin

63. San Diego SR RHP AJ Griffin

64. Mississippi SR RHP Aaron Barrett

65. Vanderbilt JR RHP Taylor Hill

66. Oregon SR RHP Justin LaTempa

67. Oregon State JR RHP Greg Peavey

68. Georgia SO RHP Michael Palazzone

69. James Madison JR RHP Turner Phelps

70. Missouri JR RHP Nick Tepesch

71. Loyola Marymound SO RHP Martin Viramontes

72. California SO RHP Dixon Anderson

73. Boston College JR LHP Pat Dean

74. Lynn SO RHP Tommy Kahnle

75. CC of Southern Nevada SO RHP Tyler Hanks

76. Elon JR RHP Thomas Girdwood

77. Iowa SR LHP Zach Robertson

78. Auburn JR LHP Cole Nelson

79. Lee SR RHP Scott Swinson

80. Chipola JC LHP Austin Wright

81. CC of Southern Nevada SO RHP Joe Robinson

82. Navarro JC SO RHP Chris Marlowe

83. Cornell JR RHP Corey Pappel

84. Florida Southern JR LHP Max Russell

85. UC Santa Barbara JR LHP Kevin Gelinas

86. Tampa SR LHP Carmine Giardina

87. Coastal Carolina JR LHP Cody Wheeler

88. Arkansas SR RHP Mike Bolsinger

89. Missouri State SO LHP Mike Kickham

90. College of Charleston JR RHP Heath Hembree

91. Georgia SR LHP Alex McRee

92. Rice JR LHP Matt Evers

93. Hawaii JR LHP Sam Spangler

94. Miami JR LHP Eric Erickson

95. Elon JR LHP Jimmy Reyes

96. Rhode Island SR RHP Tim Boyce

97. Alabama Birmingham JR RHP Ryan Woolley

98. Toledo JR RHP Matt Suschak

99. Texas Christian JR RHP Steven Maxwell

100. LSU-Eunice SO RHP Tony Dischler


1 Comment

  1. bill says:

    where’s joe dirocco? the ace from seton hall..

    HS- In 2006- First Team All-Conference, First Team All-County, First Team All-State, and First Team All Group-II honors in baseball… In 2006 State Tournament, struck out 46 batters, allowed six walks and six hits tossing four complete games including a no-hitter, a one-hitter, a two-hitter, and a three-hitter en route to posting a 4-0 record, and winning the Group-II State Championship…

    At 08-09 as Soph. at Seton Hall- 6.2 scoreless innings allowing 7 hits while striking out 4 batters against Penn St.. Pitched a CG four-hit shutout striking out 4 at VCU.. Tossed 7 scoreless innings allowing only 4 hits striking out 2 at Notre Dame.. Earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor on March 22… Pitched a CG shutout striking out 3 and allowing 6 hits against Louisville.. Named ECAC and BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week on March 29… Earned the win allowing only 2 earned runs in 7 innings work against Georgetown

    09-10 as Junior at Seton Hall- 5.1 innings against Mich. State giving up 1 run on 2 hits.. struck out 6 batters and allowed only 1 walk and 3 hits in a CG Shutout against West Virginia, never allowing a runner past 2nd base… scattered 4 hits over 7.1 innings against #13 ranked Louisville and giving up 2 earned runs.. tossed 8 innings giving up 3 hits allowing only 1 run and 7 strikeouts against USF.. toss 7.2 innings against UCONN striking out 6 allowing 6 runs, but 4 came off the bat of Mike Olt..

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