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Another gone: Rey Navarro

Another USF signee has had his name called: shortstop Rey Navarro of Puerto Rico went in the third round with the 103rd pick to the Arizona Diamondbacks. As we've been saying, USF's coaches were conceding this recruit as too good to make it to campus. According to Baseball America, last year's 103rd pick earned a signing bonus of $250,000. So I'll ask the question here -- if you were a senior in high school this year, if you'd signed on for a baseball scholarship at USF and got drafted, how much money would it take for you to skip college and go straight to the pros? Just give me your number and we'll see what the range is ...

-- Always cool to see the people who get high schools named after them. Red Sox just took a kid from Virgil Grissom High School in Alabama. I'm going to drive over to Cape Canaveral on Friday with my family, see if we can catch a space shuttle launch if weather allows ...

[Last modified: Thursday, May 27, 2010 11:29am]

    

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