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Aug 10, 2005 - Aug 13, 2005   West
  

East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Grant Green
SS 6-3 170   R/R

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60
40
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1B
C
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Nov 06, 2004 - Nov 07, 2004   Gold
  10

Riverside Community College - Riverside, CA
Grant Green
SS 6-3 170   R/R

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40
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Grant is a 2006 grad from Canyon High School in Anaheim California. He stands 6'3" 170 lbs with a athletic wiry frame and build and a lot of room for added muscle in the future. He's a good looking projectable athlete who shows advanced knowledge and skills. We think that Grant will be able to stay at SS in the future unless he just gets too big and strong. He has sure quick hands and balanced feet and pure infield actions. His arm strength is well above average, with very good and quick releases out front. It can be a real weapon for him. Grant has an unorthodox stance at the plate, hitting out of a crouch with tight elbows, but he shows you a strong top hand, good rhythm and a sense of timing to contact. Grant's bat speed is good right now and will improve even more as he physically matures. Our scouts, one of whom is an ex-Big League shortstop, thought that Grant had lots of similarities to current Tigers manager and former All-Star SS Alan Trammell. Grant has a chance to be high draft pick and definite major college player when his time comes around in 2006. He is a strong student.
PG Grade 10.0




Sep 18, 2004 - Sep 19, 2004   Purple
  9

College Of the Desert - Palm Desert, CA
Grant Green
SS 6-3 170   R/R

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60
6.85
40
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IF
78
1B
C
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CH
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Grant is a 2006 grad from Anaheim, California with a lean large athletic frame and wiery build. No body fat with long arms and legs. Grant likes to hold his hands high and tight at the plate, which is somewhat unorthodox, but he's very short and quick to the ball and really gets the bat head moving quickly. He'll have no trouble swinging wood in the future. Defensively, Grant has quick, sure hands and polished footwook. His release is short and quick and his throws stay on line. Pro scouts will look at Grant and think that he can stay at shortstop in their game. Grant plays aggressively on the field and shows that he likes to play. He has the body and work ethic to keep improving and it will be fun to watch him play over the next few years.
PG Grade 9.5