2011 MLB Draft Watch: Whose Stock Is Rising, Whose Is Falling?

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2011 MLB Draft Watch: Whose Stock Is Rising, Whose Is Falling?

We're now two weeks into the college baseball season, which means scouts and organizations have had two whole weeks to evaluate some of the top talent available in the 2011 draft pool.

And while some players have struggled mightily to keep their draft stock high (Matt Purke), there have been several bright spots (Taylor Jungmann), as well as a few players who have burst onto the scene in a big way (Mikie Mahtook), earning some serious draft consideration as the month of February comes to a close.

The draft is only a little more than three months away, and because there's no MLB Draft Combine like the NFL has, the only thing that matters for these collegiate players are the games that they play.

So, let's check out who's boosting their stock for the 2011 MLB Draft, and who's slipping down the boards.

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