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2007 MLB Draft: Sizing up the OF Prospects

The 2007 draft class is absolutely loaded with outfielders. Whether you're looking for toolsy prep players, polished college stars, or anything in between, there figures to be plenty to choose from next June. Now, let's take a closer look at next year's outfield crop.

Michael Burgess - Burgess already has big league tools at the age of 17. When he swings the bat, scouts rave about his explosive hands and ultra compact stroke. When he unleashes a throw from the outfield, every head is turned. He is essentially the prototypical big league right-fielder. At 5-foot-11, 190 pounds, Burgess isn't built for speed, but he can still get around the bases and move in... Recommended Stories

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