Matt Clark, 1B, Louisiana St U - At 6'5" and 230 lbs, one would expect that Clark has big power, and he doesn't disappoint. Matt hits tape measure home runs and is a threat every time he steps in the box. I don't have all of the updated stats after regional play last weekend, but Matt was in the top five in the country in home runs.
Erik Davis, RHP, Stanford U - The Friday night starter for Stanford, Erik matched up against all of the other top starters in the Pac 10 this year. His fastball ranges from 86-90, but what separates him is his changeup. He can throw the changeup for strikes any time in the count, and he does a great job of keeping hitters off balance.
Rob Musgrave, LHP, Wichita St U - Rob is another pitcher with very good command and an excellent changeup, which is a true plus offering. Over the past two years Rob has allowed just 35 walks in 200 innings while also striking out 173.
Brett Mooneyham, LHP, Buhach Colony HS, CA - Brett is 6'5", 215 lbs, throws up to 94 mph and has a plus curveball. Furthermore, Brett's dad, Bill, was a first round pick in 1980. Sounds pretty good, huh? That's why Baseball America rates him as one of top 100 prospects in the draft, and many people believe that he is the best left-handed high school pitcher in the country. At this point, though, Brett is planning to attend Stanford in the fall.