Draft 13 – Cavan Biggio, Dominic Smith, Reese McGuire, Scott Frazier


Cavan Biggio, St. Thomas Catholic (Houston, Texas)
The son of former MLB all-star Craig Biggio, Cavan could play second base at the next level, but is also a possible third baseman. Biggio's stock has risen considerably since last year. He had an outstanding tour with Team USA 18U during the summer and had another strong year at the high school level with a .407 batting average, 33 RBI, eight doubles, three triples and seven home runs. More than likely a compensatory round pick, Biggio could sneak into the bottom of the first round. LINK

Dan Kirby@DanMKirby - Dominic Smith just tripled in 2 runs for Serra HS. Now has a pretty decent .784 OBP over last 9+ games w/ 2 2B, 2 3B, 4 HR.

Reese McGuire, Kentwood HS (WA) - McGuire possesses the best defensive skills of all catchers in this year’s draft crop. McGuire has a cannon for an arm and great athletic ability behind the plate that includes premier blocking ability and maneuverability. He has a good, strong frame and has showcased the ability to drive the ball with power, but still remains raw in terms of offense, as he may need to develop the mechanics of his plate discipline. McGuire should project to be an everyday catcher in the future based upon his plus defensive ability, and could become an all-around star player if the right adjustments are made to his offensive game. LINK

Player:  Scott Frazier
Position:  RHP
School:  Pepperdine
Date of Birth:  12/3/1991
Height/Weight:  6’7/230
Bats/Throws:  R/R
2013 Class:  College Junior
Previously Drafted:  2010, 5th Rd, Phillies
Scouting Report:
Size, velocity, and potential to be drafted early
Low 90′s fastball, touches 96
Change projects as average or slightly above
Change sits 80-82
Slider projects as below average to average
3/4 armslot

Improved mechanics will be key to future success - 


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