Curtis Thigpen - Some question his arm, but I think Thigpen is athletic enough to remain at catcher. He'll hit for a soft .275+ in the majors. Not worth targeting in a league that's as shallow as yours.
Kurt Suzuki - Appears in line for a starting job in 2008 right now. I'd much rather have Suzuki than Thigpen.
Bryan Lahair - This is
probably too much information.
Joel Guzman - ...isn't in line to make my top 100 list -- close, though.
Alexi Casilla - Not the type of player I'd consider in a league with only 12 teams.
Yung Chi Chen - Ditto -- don't get distracted by the steals...he has a lot to learn about swiping bags.
Jed Lowrie - You're targeting second basemen who project to be average big leaguers at best.
Jeff Bianchi - Not a big dot on my radar just yet.
Billy Rowell - The most talented player on this list so far. Rowell is already a top 50 prospect for me.
Evan Longoria - He could be in Tampa Bay by next season - great work ethic and focus. By the time Longoria gets called up, he'll likely be one of the top 10 prospects in the game.
Reid Brignac - I think Brignac has more potential than Troy Tulowitzki. He's a top 25 prospect for me.
Travis Buck - Just had surgery to repair a hernia. I like Buck but I wouldn't gamble on him right now.
Travis Snider - I think Snider will blaze through the minors like Billy Butler and become one of the games best prospects before he's 21.
Chris Lubanski - Worth a flier pick but that's about it at this point.
Hehe, I'm spent. I usually don't answer questions like this but some of the names on your list caught my eye.
EDIT: LaHair link fixed.
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