Tomorrow we'll wrap it up (for good) but here's the final player; Ryan Reid.
Mozingo's 10.6 strikeouts per nine innings ranked third in the CAA, behind Jason Godin and Ryan Reid, who were sixth and seventh nationally with about 12 per nine. Reid, a sophomore-eligible at James Madison, was the only prep pitcher to beat Mark Rogers in 2004, the year the Maine product went fifth overall in the draft. He ended up at James Madison because his 5-foot-11, 205-pound frame says wide and stocky more than projectable. His fastball features average velocity at 89-91 mph, peaking at 94, and his slider is a swing-and-miss pitch. Reid shows clean mechanics, a durable body and a bulldog temperment. He looked primed to go as high as the third round before some ugly late-season starts scuttled his stock.