by: Jon Davis
#11 Ryan LaMarre OF
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Next on the list we have 6-foot-2, 205-pound outfielder, Ryan LaMarre -- who the Reds drafted out of the University of Michigan in the second round in 2010. He is what I like to call "a flip-flopper", as he bats right handed and throws left, a la Ryan Ludwick. LaMarre's time in the minors has been clockwork to date spending one year at each level and then moving on. In the two and a half years since being drafted, he has been the model of consistency. Since the draft in 2010, he has hit .272, with a .355 OBP, .369 slugging, 17 homers and stolen 104 bases between Single-A and Double-A.
LaMarre has a lot of tools led by plus running speed, but his raw power has yet to make an appearance. He is a very strong defensive center fielder with a plus arm, who also uses his speed well on the base paths. The question marks? First, he needs to show better plate discipline; something he did...