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Jeff Hendrix Prospect Profile

Jeff Hendrix is a junior at Oregon State who plays centerfield.  He was draft eligible last year as a Sophomore and was taken by the Royals in round 39.  He decided to go back to school and it paid off as he is a fourth round pick now.

Stats:  This year Hendrix batted .324/.430/.518.  He had nine doubles, three triples and four homeruns.  This came after a stink in the Northwood league over the summer.  There Hendrix batted .280/.389/.466 with a wood bat.  He did hit for more power there as he had ten doubles, two triples and five homeruns.

Rankings: MLB didn’t have him ranked in their top 200 players.  FG had him as the 173rd ranked player.  Baseball America had him 156th.

My Take:  I was chatting with Robert as the draft went on and said this pick seems like it was a pick like Michael O’Neil was.  Yankees like kids who hit with wood and that’s what Hendrix did.  Could he turn into a prospect, maybe.  But right now looks more like a guy who is there to save a little money

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