I've been writing for months now about the stacked college crop for the 2011 draft, which is particularly loaded with high-end starters who project, or could project, as No. 1 starters. The group is headed by Vanderbilt's Sonny Gray, who is followed closely by teammate Jack Armstrong, UCLA's Gerrit Cole, Virginia's Danny Hultzen, Kentucky's Alex Meyer, Texas' Taylor Jungmann, and TCU southpaw Matt Purke (who'll be age-eligible as a sophomore), with another dozen college arms who'd be first-rounders in a typical draft.
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