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Keith Law of ESPN updated his Top 100 Draft Prospects. Here is who he projected at No. 11 where the Mets will pick in the Rule 4 Draft in June. Read the Full Rankings Here. (ESPN Insider Subscription Required) And with the No. 11 Pick of the 2013 First Year Player Draft… The New York Mets select: OF HUNTER RENFROE, MISSISSIPPI STATE   Player Profile: Position:  OF/C Height:  6-1 Weight:  216 Bats/Throws:  R-R Birthdate:  Jan. 28, 1992 College:  Mississippi State Projected Draft Round:  1 Scouting Grades: Hitting: Present 35 – Future 55 Power: Present 70 – Future 70 Speed: Present 60 – Future 60 Fielding: Present 55 – Future 60 Arm Strength: Present 60 – Future 60 John Sickels Says: Renfroe packs a big punch at the dish. He has massive power. He has quick wrists and a short powerful swing. He sells out for power most of the time but in his summer league runs, it has paid off. He was named Cal Ripken League MVP in both 2011 and 2012. He hit ..395 with a .581 SLG in 2011, followed by ...
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