- 05-11-2012, 02:51 AM #1
Baseball Commits question
Here is the current list of our commits.
I know Thompson is looking likely to end up at school so my question is outside of Correa(who is not going to be here barring a miracle) is there any other kids that are projected to be drafted high enough to sign a pro contract? Everyone except Correa(Puerto Rico) and Pannone(Rhode Island) are from Florida, but it is so hard to know who is good and who isn't unless you read about them in the paper or they are at top national prospect. Since I'm from Va I don't hear anything about these guys, and was wondering whose good out of them.
BTW if we get Correa to campus he will be our best player immediately, but he is projected as high as #4 to Baltimore and Keith Law said he will be the best player from this draft class FWIW.
Sorry for the baseball post, I just didn't know where else to go to get info since every where I looked either had nothing or was premium content.
edit: I found Baseball America's latest draft and they have Almora, Correa, Travieso, Weikel either going in the first round or mentioned as potential first rounders. We must have the best recruiting class by far.... to bad most of them won't end up in school SMH
Last edited by nbrewer22; 05-11-2012 at 03:16 AM.
- 05-11-2012, 01:26 PM #2
Can I ask why this was moved to here, because it was recruiting question which is why I put it in the "recruiting talk" forum? This board gets no traffic so mods can delete this thread if you want.
- 05-14-2012, 10:57 AM #3
it has to do with Baseball, so it was moved to the Baseball forum
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- 05-14-2012, 11:36 AM #4
Don't expect Correa, Travieso, or Almora on campus. They are studs all of which are first round material and i've seen each play while at Columbus (cept for Correa). It still baffles me why Morris doesn't recruit Cali, and north Florida harder. But yes, nbrewer22, if we can hold on to those kids that go 1st-3rd in the draft Miami would be dominating again, but it's millions of dollars they're passing up.