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2006 AFLAC All-American: Stars of tomorrow

The AFLAC All-American hit San Diego this week, showcasing some of the top high school prospects in the nation. Thursday was headlined by a five-inning scrimmage that highlighted talent and deficiency in these baseball stars of tomorrow.

Star of the day: After flashing a fastball that sat in the 87-90 range, Michael Burgess hit a monster shot over the right field wall off Steven Triolo, a pitcher who isn't on the AFLAC roster but came in to preserve some of the arms. It was the only home run of the scrimmage and left scouts impressed with the Hillsborough High (Tampa, Fl.) prospect. An outfielder when he isn't on the mound... Recommended Stories

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