Cape Cod League Prospect Power Rankings - II ranks the top 15 performances by the top 2007 draft prospects playing in the Cape Cod League. In the second installment of these power rankings, pitchers continue to dominate the list and eight new players debut in the rankings.

Rank Name Team Comments Last Week's Rank
1 Shaun Seibert BRW The early favorite for the league's Outstanding Pitcher Award, and why not considering he has yet to surrender an earned run in 29 innings of work as a starter. NR
2 Josh Donaldson HAR Has established himself as the most consistent hitter in the Cape, hitting .333 with 2 home runs and a league leading 8 doubles in 81 at-bats. NR
3 Ty Davis OLN His miniscule 0.78 ERA is fourth in the league and he's allowed only 12 hits in 23 innings of work, but will need to improve his walk totals. NR
4 Brett Cecil   In a league full of elite closers, Cecil has stood out, compiling a 0.54 ERA in 9 appearances, racking up 5 saves in the process. NR
5 Warren McFadden FAL His 6 home runs lead the league and are already six times his total in 238 at-bats at Tulane this spring and he's also second in the league with 12 RBI. 5
6 Matt Wieters OLN Few have matched the offensive production of Wieters, arguably the top prospect in the country. His .333 average, 2 home runs, and 11 RBI are among the league leaders. 4
7 Jay Brown COT Another hurler with a 0.00 ERA, Brown has been the biggest surprise in the Cape and his three wins are tied for tops in the league. NR
8 James Simmons COT To go along with his unbeaten 3-0 record, Simmons has walked only one batter in 20 innings of work and compiled a 1.29 ERA despite allowing 28 hits. 8
9 David Macias HYA Versatile and scrappy, Macias has been on a tear since the summer season began, batting an impressive .378 in 48 at-bats. 9
10 Brad Chalk FAL Chalk has been a consistent threat from the leadoff spot for Falmouth, putting up a .316 batting average to go with 17 walks. 7
11 Ricky Hargrove CHA His 0.36 ERA is third in the league and his 25 innings of work are among the most in the Cape. NR
12 Tony Watson HAR He's had only one bad start, his most recent one, but besides that, he's been one of the top hurlers in the league. His 4:1 strikeout to walk ratio ranks near the top in the league. 11
13 Connor Graham WAR Graham is fourth in the Cape in appearances (11) and has a sparkling 0.73 ERA, proving to be one of the league's top closers. NR
14 Tom Farmer BOU He's 1-1 with a 1.59 ERA in 22.2 innings pitched and has only allowed 14 hits over that span. 2
15 Matt Rizzotti CHA Very quietly, Rizzotti has led the league in RBI since opening day (18). His batting average (.261) is slowly rising and he's also clubbed 2 home runs. NR

Falling Out of the Power Rankings: Chance Corgan (1), Cory Luebke (3), Terry Doyle (6), Sam Demel (10), Donnie Hume (12), Ross Detwiler (13), Cody Crowell (14), Steffan Wilson (15).

Considered for the Power Rankings: Dan Merklinger, Josh Fields, Taylor Harbin, Justin Snyder, David Kopp, Cory Riordan, Matt Mangini.

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