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So what did we learn from the opening week of the college football season?
The Houston Astros had the honor of the first pick in this year’s draft, and they had more to deal with than just the normal pressure of a team trying not to miss on the first overall selection.
High school prospects are often less hurt by a less than astounding senior year because teams’ scouts already have an idea of the skills and upside of a prospect. It takes something more to make truly special players fall down the draft boards.
With the regular season winding down and the “Road to Omaha” kicking off, we take a look at some of the best players trying to propel their teams to the CWS.
Which curse is that again?
In DraftNasty baseball insider Tim Kaiser's final preseason Big Board, we learn that while several Division I prospects make appearances, it's the national prep level stars who may reign supreme in the early portion of the 2012 MLB Draft.
Florida SS Nelson Fontana (pictured batting) makes the latest list of prospects featured in DraftNasty baseball insider Tim Kaiser's most recent preseason Big Board rankings.
DraftNasty.com baseball insider Tim Kaiser previews prospects 41-60 of his 2012 MLB preseason Big Board. Virginia RHP Brandon Kline (#16 pictured) goes into the year ranked 42nd in the preseason Top 100.
In part two of MLB insider Tim Kaiser's preseason outlook, he previews prospects 61-80 on DraftNasty's 2012 MLB Big Board. Florida pitcher Hudson Randall (#11 pictured) uses a variety of pitches to earn a spot. Find out where he lands in the next twenty prospects.
DraftNasty.com MLB insider Tim Kaiser gives a brief synopsis on his Big Board prospects #81-#100.