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Will Kline (Bruce Newman/AP)

Biographical Data
Player Name:Will Kline
Position:Starting Pitcher
School:University of Mississippi
School Type:Four-Year College
Academic Class:Junior
Weight:215 lbs.
Report Date(s):04/06/07
Scouting Video:

Focus Area
Fastball:Kline has an average fastball that can touch 92 mph.
FB Movement:He's got fringy-average life on his fastball.
Slider:Kline's slider is slightly below average.
Changeup:Kline's changeup grades out as average.
Control:Kline's command is average.
Poise:Kline has a bulldog mentality and is not afraid to pitch inside.
Physical Description:Kline has a body type similar to Ryan Dempster.
Medical Update:Kline had "Tommy John" surgery before his senior year of high school, then redshirted for his freshman year and threw sparingly the following year. He is completely healthy now.
Strengths:He has the chance to have a good three-pitch mix. He puts all three together at times and looks fantastic in doing so.
Weaknesses:While his repertoire could all be average, he's not been consistent with them.
Summary:In his first two years at Ole Miss, Kline threw just 17 2/3 innings because of Tommy John surgery before his senior year of high school. He redshirted his freshman year and pitched sparingly the following year. He moved into the rotation in 2006, and now he's going full force. He has the chance to have a decent three-pitch mix with a bulldog mentality, making him an interesting candidate for the back end of a rotation some day.