2011 MLB Draft: Most Likely to Hit 40 HR, Steal 60 Bases and Other Superlatives

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2011 MLB Draft: Most Likely to Hit 40 HR, Steal 60 Bases and Other Superlatives
Bubba Starling has possibly the highest ceiling of any player in the 2011 MLB Draft.

Last year, I posted an article listing the players I believed would be the best bet to reach the Majors from the 2010 draft class and do incredible things like hit 40 home-runs (Bryce Harper), steal 60 bases (Delino DeShields Jr.), win 20 games in a single-season (Deck McGuire) and make the Hall of Fame (Christian Colon).

You can find that article here.

It was well received so I thought it would be interesting to expand the categories a little and take a shot at the 2011 MLB Draft class, one of the deepest and most interesting in quite some time.

This class has it's share of front-of-the-rotation pitchers (Sonny Gray, Gerrit Cole, Matt Barnes, Taylor Jungmann, Archie Bradley and Dylan Bundy), middle-of-the-lineup bats (Anthony Rendon, George Springer, Dante Bichette Jr.), defensive wizards (Joe Panik, Francisco Lindor, and Rendon...again) and sensational athletes (Bubba Starling, Josh Bell, and Bradley).

Enjoy the ride!

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