Dominating at Maranatha HS in Pasadena, Dylan Covey's talent is tailor-made for the 1st round. We…
2010 MLB Draft Preview: Top-Five Pitchers
Talk to any major league baseball scout and he will tell you that as his scouting season begins for an upcoming draft, he likes to be able to associate one player with the draft. The 2007 Draft was the David Price draft, 2008 was the Beckham draft, be it Tim or Gordon, and, of course, last year was the Stephen Strasburg draft. If you asked 10 scouts immediately after the 2009 draft for that one player to associate with the 2010 draft you would have received 10 different names. They would tell you the draft was loaded with right-handed power pitchers in both the college and high school ranks but that no one player stood out. That all changed in December 2009 when Bryce Harper, the Sports Illustrated cover boy, received his GED and enrolled in The College of Southern Nevada Junior College making himself eligible for the 2010 draft and officially making the 2010 MLB Draft the "Bryce Harper Draft." Over the course of the next few months we will do a series of articles on the draft...
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