Draft 14 – Dylan Davis, Stone Garrett, Brady Aiken, Michael Gettys, Shane Benes


11-20-13 - We continue the countdown today with number 68, Oregon State RHP/outfielder Dylan Davis. In His sophomore campaign with the Beavers, Davis continued to prove that his freshman season was no fluke. An All-Pac-12 First Team selection, the Beaver outfielder played in 63 games during the 2013 season, starting in 62 of them. The 6’0” sophomore led the team with a .335 average and his 22 doubles, 61 RBI and 86 hits were good enough for first in the Pac-12. The talented two-way player was also named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Corvallis Regional. The Redmond, WA native attended Redmond High School where he was named All-League and All-State after his senior season. Davis not only showed promise at the plate but also proved to be a threat on the mound. Davis went 7-3 for Redmond while posting a 3.92 ERA and striking out 61 batters in 50 IP. At the plate, Davis batted .420 with 10 homeruns and 35 RBI. http://www.collegebaseballdaily.com/2013/11/19/cbd-top-100-countdown-68-dylan-davis-oregon-state/

11-19-13 - Adding to their lineup power, the Owls of Rice University signed Stone Garrett a potential five-tool prospect on Wednesday, Nov. 13, National Signing Day (Early Signing Period). “They’ve been to the College World Series regularly, and it’s a great program with a great coach,” Garrett said. Garrett is a comprehensive complete competitor with a stout, solid frame, tremendous arm strength and speed. Garrett sets himself apart from other players at the plate with a small, straight swing track to the ball and exceptional bat speed that permits him to consistently hit the ball solid. He has a flair for clutch at-bats when the game is on the line, and has electrifying power prospective to his pull-side. http://bigleaguefutures.net/1/2013/11/18/rice-owls-sign-stone-garrett/

11-14-13 - Michael Schwartze - Arms Dominate Class One of the biggest strengths of this year’s class is the quality and depth of frontline starting pitching. After the summer, it appears as if as many as 10 high school pitchers could go in the first round. The top prep lefty in the class may be Brady Aiken (Cathedral Catholic/San Diego, Calif.) who had a dominant summer while showing great stuff, including a low-90s fastball, improving curveball and an advanced changeup. He has a smooth, low effort delivery and a projectable, 6-foot-4, 205-pound frame. He commanded both secondary offerings well and both project as swing-and-miss offerings. http://www.studentsports.com/blog/2013/11/13/baseball-jupiter-wraps-up-2013-showcase-circuit/    

10-15-13 – Baseball America - 13. Michael Gettys, of/rhp, Gainesville (Ga.) HS: Plus speed and power and one of best arms in the class, but he struggled to hit this summer. http://www.baseballamerica.com/college/2014-draft-top-50-october-2013-carlos-rodon/

9-11-13 - Sully’s 2014 Top 100 MLB HS Draft Prospects – 88.Shane Benes – SS/RHP, Westminster Christian Academy (MO) http://www.ninebaseball.org/Wordpress/sullys-2014-top-100-mlb-hs-draft-prospects/


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