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Scouting Notes: Collegiate National Team

Scouting Notes: Collegiate National Team

Morehead City, N.C. -- After spending the week following the Team USA collegiate squad around North Carolina, it's more than clear to me that there will not be a lack of premium college talent in the 2013 draft. The roster has an abundance of power arms that could fit in the top half of next June's first round, as well as a couple powerful right-handed bats.

- As the USA squad made the rounds against Coastal Plains League competition, a number of arms made good impressions. None of them looked as impressive as Bobby Wahl. The Mississippi right-hander tossed a dominant relief outing against Wilmington on Tuesday, working at 93-95 mph with his fastball and topping out at 96. He creates an outstanding downhill plane and gets good extension out in front... Recommended Stories

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