Jacoby Jones - 2B - 1st Team
JACOBY JONES, LOUISIANA STATE: The consensus among scouts is that Jones is college baseball's best athlete, but they have concerns about his hitting ability following his .253/.308/.363 sophomore season. He showed off his tremendous bat speed and strength by winning the Cape Cod League home run derby last summer. A righthanded hitter, he hurts himself at the plate with an all-or-nothing approach and a tendency to press when he struggles. His plus speed makes him an asset on the bases, while he has the range, soft hands and solid arm to handle second base or center field. His 6-foot-3, 205-pound frame likely will fit better in center when he gets to pro ball.
"He's a pretty good athlete but you're looking at something like a Drew Stubbs where you're not sure how much he'll ever hit," a second AL scouting director said. "There were times in the summer on the Cape where he looked like he turned the corner as a hitter. This is a big year for him. He can run, he can throw and he has power. His upside is similar to Brett Jackson from the right side of the plate."
Ryan Eades - P - 2nd Team
Ty Ross - C - 3rd Team
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