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Looking into the crystal ball to see who drops where.

With 24 hours to go before the selections begin, the draft remains a muddled mess, making the process of doing a mock a series of hedged wagers. "This is easily one of the most unpredictable first rounds I've ever seen," said one team official. Basically, the draft pool has two clumps of players, one made up of the top ten, followed by a larger group of up to 40 players. With even the first overall pick still up in the air, any one last-minute flip could change the board dramatically.

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A review of the middle infielders, backstops, and legacies in the draft picture.

Last week's Draft Notebook had a section touching on the plethora of one-dimensional slugging first baseman at the college level. On the flip side of things, this year's college class is incredibly shallow up the middle. That positional scarcity, as well as some impressive early-season performances have two such college players moving way up on draft boards, and making a strong case for consideration among the Top 10 picks.

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April 24, 2006 12:00 am

Future Shock: Monday Morning Ten Pack, 4/24

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Kevin Goldstein

Kevin wraps up college and minor league news from the weekend.

College Pitchers

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