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Updated: Jun 23rd, 2010
Top Prospects at 2010 PG National: 26-50
By: Anup Sinha |

St. Petersburg, FL - 26. Christian Lopes, SS, Huntington Beach Edison (CA) HS

Solid all-around shortstop came late to the event, but has shown high-draft potential in past.

 

27. Kyle Smith, RHP, Santaluces (FL) HS

Smith is undersized at 6’0”, but strong in his core and blessed with a three-pitch arsenal (fb, cb, ch) that will make him successful from day one in college or rookie ball.  Broad shoulders help projection.

 

28. Jeff Schalk, OF, Wheaton North (IL) HS

The 6’2”, 190 lb Schalk showed off the best outfield arm at the event (65 on 20-80 scale).  He also has lefthanded power potential and average speed.

 

29. Shawon Dunston, OF, Fremont Valley Christian (CA) HS

The lanky, athletic 6’1” Dunston showed a future plus arm and plus speed on the bases.  Has a chance to grow into power from the left side.

 

30. Ty Washington, SS, Plano East (TX) HS

Speedy 5’10” infielder made a lot of plays at shortstop and showed a quick righthanded bat. 

 

 

 

31. Nevin Wilson, LHP, Bishop Moore (FL) HS

Lanky 6’1” lefty showed a good delivery and easy arm-action, dealing in the high-80s with the makings of a big league curve.

 

32. Jamal Golden, SS, Wetumpka (AL) HS

Unlike outfielder cousin Reggie, Jamal has the body-type (6’1”, 189) and lower-half flexibility to project as an infielder.  Has a plan at the plate as well and just needs to grow into more bat-speed.

 

33. Sean Trent, SS, Bishop Moore (FL) HS

Solidly built 5’11”, 200 lb shortstop has a strong righthanded swing and excellent infield actions.  Lacks projection, but present-day tools stand out.  Struggles against curveball.

 

34. Justin Camp, RHP, Austin (AL) HS

Extra-large framed 6’1”, 250 lb righty had good command of 88-90 MPH fastball and an advanced change-up.  Strong body and delivery keeps strain off of arm.

 

35. Julius Gaines, SS, Luella (GA) HS

Slick-fielding shortstop showed very soft hands and plus speed.  The 5’11”, 150 lb Gaines lacks strength in his swing right now, but handles the bat well.

 

36. Devin Over, RHP, Windsor (CT) HS

Wiry 6’0” righty has crisp arm-action and a projectable 88-90 MPH fastball.  Both slider and curve have big league potential.

 

37. Austin Hedges, C, San Juan Capistrano Serra (CA) HS

Plus arm and exceptional transfer give him outstanding pop-times.  Also has a pesky bat and chance to become solid MLB receiver.

 

38. Francisco Lindor, SS, Montverde (FL) HS

Ultra-smooth defender has the tools to stay at shortstop all the way up.  Switch-hitter lacks juice in swing(s) but can play small ball.

 

39. Adam Griffin, RHP/OF, Forsyth Country Day (NC) HS

UNC commit showed 89-91 MPH fastball.  Strong 6’0”, 190 lb body, also has a chance as a hitter.

 

40. Jake Wakamatsu, SS/OF, Keller (TX) HS

Lefthanded hitter has natural lift on his swing and projects for power.  Son of Don also has average speed and future average arm for the outfield.

 

41. BreShon Kimbell, 3B, Mesquite (TX) HS

Did not participate in defensive drills, but showed very quick hands and major league bat-speed at the plate.  Strongly built 6’2”, 210 lb righthanded hitter.

 

42. Luke Weaver, RHP, Deland (FL) HS

Small-waisted 6’2” righty showed the potential for a plus curveball and dealt his fastball consistently in the 87-91 MPH range.

 

43. Shon Carson, OF, Lake City (SC) HS

Carson is a 5’9” speedster with an average outfield arm and a pesky switch bat.

 

44. Hunter Lockwood, C, L.D. Bell (TX) HS

Mature 5’11” catcher receives the ball well and hits with power from the right side.

 

45. Tyler Beede, RHP, Lawrence Academy (MA) HS

Broad shoulders and long arms make the 6’4” Beede a projectable commodity.  Threw in low-90s and showed an advanced change-up.

 

46. Daniel Mengden, RHP, Houston Westside (TX) HS

Primary catcher proved a sleeper on the mound.  Strong delivery and loose arm produced low-90s fastball.

 

47. Kevin Comer, RHP, Seneca (NJ) HS

Standing tall and broad-shouldered at 6’6”, Comer threw high-80s with a clean arm-stroke.  Has upside coming from cold weather state.

 

48. Ryan Keller, RHP, West Ranch (CA) HS

Projectable righty with good delivery and easy arm-action.  Threw 88-90 MPH with ability to spin curveball.

 

49. Sikes Orvis, 1B/C, Orlando Freedom (FL) HS

Few in the class can hit a harder line-drive than Orvis and he also shows a good approach.  Position is a question mark.

 

50. Cole Wiper, RHP, Newport (WA) HS

Good deception from short arm-stroke and the makings of big league off-speed.  The 6’2” Wiper threw mostly in the high-80s with his fastball.

About Anup Sinha
Anup Sinha worked five years as a major league area scout, most recently for the St. Louis Cardinals (2005-2008) in both California and Florida. Prior to that, Anup served as a scout and wrote for Team One Baseball for five years throughout the late 90's and early 2000s. Anup also recently worked as a scout/writer for Perfect Game. Anup was hired by Prospect Wire in April of 2010, and serves as the National Scouting Director for the east coast and assists in cross-checking west coast players.
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