7-26 from: - http://perfectgame.atinfopop.com/4/OpenTopic?q=Y&a=tpc&s=114295945&f=6174069131&m=3221081702&p=4 - Here are some names of draft eligibles for 2011 who have not been mentioned much and are definitely on the radar for 2011 MLB scouting depts. – Shortstops - Joel Sedden, St. Clair HS, Michigan, 6'1 170, R/R, solid arm strength and agile to left, soft hands, quick bat with occ pop, not a HR threat but is getting stronger each year.
8-11-10 from: - http://baseballanalysts.com/ - Derek “Bubba” Starling (Edgerton, Gardner, KN) led the White Sox to a victory, pitching two innings (2-1-1-1-1-2) and knocking in the first run with a ground-rule double that the left fielder lost in the sun. His fastball sat in the high 80s and touched 90. The righthander has reportedly thrown in the low 90s but hasn't pitched much this summer. He hit .339/.474/.532 with three HR and 16 BB and 12 SO in 78 PA and tossed 4.1 scoreless innings with 7 SO and only 1 BB for Team USA last month. The tall and lanky Starling (6-5, 195) is an outstanding two-sport athlete who has verbally committed to play baseball and quarterback at Nebraska. The five-tool player ran a 6.56 in the 60-yard dash, tied for the fifth-fastest time in the SPARQ testing on the first day of the Area Code Games.
8-11 from: - http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/draft/?p=2725 - Tyler Goeddel, St. Francis HS, Mountain View, Calif. - Sporting a remarkably loose, gangly and projectable 6-foot-4, 170 pound frame, Goeddel played third base in Long Beach and while he was acceptable at the hot corner, his best defensive home may be elsewhere—the OF perhaps. Goeddel, whose brother, Erik, was a 24th-round pick by the Mets this June, is a stunning athlete, recording a blazing 6.67 60 and a 34.7 vertical leap. While his bat requires substantial improvement, Goeddel has the raw tools and physical frame to fit almost any spot on the diamond.
8-12-10: - http://www.prospectwire.com/pw/article.php?id=117 - Rangers left-hander Cody Glenn (6'3" 178) from Westbury Christian HS-Houston (TX) was also impressive. He has a loose quick arm and fluid motion, which combined with his body type, screams "projectable lefty!" As for his present day stuff, well, its pretty good, with a 87-90 mph fastball, feel of a do-drop-in curveball, and a plus change-up that he not only throws with feel but also knows when to use.
http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/high-school/events/under-armour-preseason-all-america-tournament/2010/2610524.html - RHP - Wheeler (Miss.) HS Woodruff is a big, strong athlete who overpowers inexperienced hitters at the high school level. He has an easy, low-effort delivery that leads to consistent 90-94 mph velocity. He has the makings of a good breaking ball and is athletic enough to draw two-way interest from college recruiters as an outfielder with lefthanded power.