2012 MLB Draft Board - 5-17-12


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My draft board has changed a lot in the last month. Watching more video, hearing what people are saying and reading scouting reports has changed my view of some players. For all the talk of this being a poor draft, I disagree. The talent is just less proven and at the high school level. No there aren't eight studs at the top, but there are a lot of potential impact players. Not superstars but good MLB starters.

As of right now, here is my draft board. It is 373 players long with and I have another 400 that I have marked to research. That won't happen by draft time but it may get to the mid 400's by draft time. This order can change as well but this is where it stands right now.

Rank Name Pos Level High School College State
1 Mike Zunino C JR 0 Florida FL
Prototypical backstop with a good bat, plus power and very good defense. Potentially a top 10 catcher at the MLB level
2 Lucas Giolito P HS Harvard Westlake 0 CA
Has the size and stuff to front a rotation. His plus fastball in the upper 90's and his sharp curveball could be MLB out pitches.
3 Carlos Correa SS HS PR Baseball Academy 0 PR
Correa has good actions at short but may outgrow the position. Could be a great 3B and bat should be enough to make him very valuable there. Could be the best player in this draft if he can stick at SS.
4 Kevin Gausman P SO 0 Louisiana State LA
Unpolished out of HS, he still has a ways to go but made big strides this year. Mid 90's fastball, plus curveball and good command make him a solid bet to he a #2-3 starter.
5 Marcus Stroman P JR 0 Duke NC
Short Righty has ace level stuff with a good knowledge of what to do with it. Just nasty curveball.
6 Byron Buxton OF HS Appling County 0 GA
One of the better athletes in the draft, he can throw in the mid-90's but the value is at the plate. Elite potential in all categories but bat and power lag behind speed and defense.
7 Kyle Zimmer P JR 0 San Francisco CA
Great athlete focused full time on pitching and got rave reviews. Plus curveball and upper 90's fastball gets him in 1-1 conversation. Athletecism should allow him to continue improving.
8 Max Fried P HS Harvard-Westlake 0 CA
Prep lefty has one of the better breaking balls in the entire draft. Low to mid 90's fastball is also a weapon. Good command and development could make him a #2-3 starter.
9 Courtney Hawkins OF HS Carroll 0 TX
Huge power potential. Has the arm for RF but could stick in CF for a while. An amazing athlete. Also has potential on the mound but is a better hitter.
10 Gavin Cecchini SS HS Barbe 0 LA
Should stick as an average shortstop defensively with an above average bat. Not a lot of power but more than most middle infielders.
11 Mark Appel P JR 0 Stanford CA
Front of the rotations stuff with #3 starter results. Doesn't have a consistent knockout pitch. More hittable than he should be but can't argue that he has a lot of potential.
12 Richie Shaffer 3B JR 0 Clemson SC
Potential power hitting 3B. May end up with too much swing and miss to be an impact corner OF'er or 1B if he has to move.
13 Albert Almora OF HS Mater Academy 0 FL
Great athlete with a great bat. Power is there to be above average. Can handle CF but may end up in LF.
14 David Dahl OF HS Oak Mountain 0 AL
An impressive athlete with a great swing. Speed could keep him in CF and bat would allow him to be well above there. Power will have to play up to be an above average RF.
15 Matthew Smoral P HS Solon 0 OH
Big lefty with an easy delivery with low 90's stuff up to mid 90's occasionally. He has a very good change and a developing slider. Tons of potential.
16 Lance McCullers P HS Jesuit 0 FL
Short and well muscled, very little projection left. Mid to upper 90's fastball and a tight slider can be plus pitches. Looks like a closer to me but could be a #2 if his change improves.
17 Andrew Heaney P JR 0 Oklahoma State OK
Polished lefty that knows how to pitch. Solid #3-4 starter, which in this draft is a lock for the mid 1st round or higher.
18 Trey Williams 3B HS Valencia 0 CA
MLB bloodlines, athletecism, sweet swing and a good arm. Inconsistency is his knock but he looks like a future MLB star to me.
19 Walker Weickel P HS Olympia 0 FL
With low 90's velocity touching 94 and a plus changeup, he has two above average pitches. His curve is a bit of a lollipop and his mechanics need to be quieter but he is a very good athlete.
20 Lucas Sims P HS Brookwood 0 GA
Upper 90's velocity and flashing two plus pitches ccould get him a #2 starter spot. Inconsistency could derail that.
21 Ty Hensley P HS Santa Fe 0 OK
Big bodied two way player is better on the mound. One of the better breaking balls in the draft could make him a #2-3 starter if all goes right.
22 Zach Eflin P HS Hagerty 0 FL
Projectable righty is really moving up this spring. Low to mid 90's velocity and good secondaries make him a potential #2 starter.
23 Stryker Trahan C HS Acadiana 0 LA
Star potential with a great bat, big power potential and a ton of speed for a catcher. Good enough defense for C but may end up in RF.
24 Rio Ruiz 3B HS Bishop Amat 0 CA
Blood clot forced him to miss some of his senior year, but he has the skills to be one of the best players in this draft in the long run. Great bat, good D. Potential star.
25 Michael Wacha P JR 0 Texas A&M TX
Not a very controlled delivery. Secondary offerings are ok at best. Value is in him starting. I see a bullpen in his future.
26 Deven Marrero SS JR 0 Arizona State AZ
Great defensive shortstop has issues with the bat. Not much power, hitting ability average at best but could improve and gain consistency to validate first round pick.
27 Jose Orlando Berrios P HS Bayamo, PR 0 PR
Berrios has added some weight to his lean frame and been up to 97. He is an arm to watch. Impressed me last summer.
28 Stephen Piscotty 3B JR 0 Stanford CA
Average bat for 3B, less for a corner OF. May end up as a mediocre LF for a while.
29 Alex Bregman C HS Albuquerque Academy 0 NM
Broken finger took out much of his senior season but he can hit, has power and is a good defender at 2B. Really like his skills and the way he plays the game.
30 Chris Stratton P JR 0 Mississippi State MS
One of the better breaking balls in the draft, paired with his low to mid 90's fastball, he looks like a future #2-3 starter.
31 Addison Russell SS HS Pace (Fla.) HS 0 FL
Russell lost some weight this spring and now looks like he can stick at SS. This will have to be watched but the bat will play at 3B or LF where he could move as well.
32 Hunter Virant P HS Camarillo 0 CA
Farily new to pitching, there is a lot of growth needed here but it also comes with a ton of potential.
33 Jesmuel Valentin Diaz SS HS Puerto Rico Baseball Academy 0 PR
MLB bloodlines and smooth defense at SS will get him drafted early. Very good bat will pay dividends to the team that takes him.
34 Clate Schmidt P HS Allatoona 0 GA
Great athlete has some effort in his delivery but has potential for a plus fastball and plus breaking ball. Needs to add strength.
35 Shane Watson P HS Lakewood 0 CA
Up to 93 already and could add more. Plus breaking ball to go along with it makes hima potential future #2/3.
36 Austin Maddox P JR 0 Florida FL
I was wrong. I thought he'd be a 1st round C/1B with huge power. He is a supplemental round talent out of the bullpen with the stuff to be tried out as a starter with closer potential if that fails.
37 Tyler Naquin OF JR 0 Texas A&M TX
Best OF arm in the draft, he has a smooth LH swing. He won't hit many out of the park but isn't a slap hitter either.
38 James Ramsey OF SR 0 Florida State FL
A great summer run continued into spring as FSU's captain keeps playing well. Kind of a tweener, not enough power for a corner spot, not enough D for CF but he can play.
39 Anthony Alford OF HS Petal 0 MS
Amazing athlete has told teams he's going to college to play football and baseball. Could be a star if he'd focus on baseball.
40 Clint Coulter C HS Union 0 WA
Great bat. Big time power and should stick at C for a while. If he outgrows it the bat will have to really be good.
41 Nolan Fontana SS JR 0 Florida FL
Fontana's bat hasn't been as good this year but his glove has been better than last. Very good SS, great approach to lead off a lineup.
42 Tanner Rahier SS HS Palm Desert 0 CA
A very good hitter but I don't think he can stick at SS. Will be a good defnder at 3B and the skills will play there.
43 Nick Williams OF HS Ball (Galveston, Texas) 0 TX
Extremely inconsistent. Extremely talented. Could be an all-star CF with huge power or he could bat .230 with 20 HR's. Worth a gamble past the 20th pick.
44 Jesse Winker OF HS Olympia 0 FL
Big power potential but lacks consistent hard contact. Very good arm will play well in RF.
45 Matt Olson 1B HS Parkview 0 GA
Love the swing. He will really have to hit but I think he will.
46 Joey Gallo 3B HS Bishop Gorman 0 NV
Big power. With the bat and the arm. I'd prefer him on the mound but he will get a shot at 3B. Has 40 HR power. Not sure contact will allow that to happen.
47 Tomas Nido C HS Orangewood Christian School 0 PR
Huge bat, big power, very good arm and solid behind the plate.
48 Corey Seager 3B HS Northwest Cabarrus 0 NC
Will fill out and may have to move off 3B. Athletic enough to play OF. Bat is strong but not a carrying tool at a corner spot.
49 Mitchell Brown P HS Rochester Century 0 MN
Very polished for a MN prep arm. Could have 4 average or better offerings.
50 Lewis Brinson OF HS Coral Springs 0 FL
Crazy athlete with a long way to go to translate it to the diamond.
51 Jeffrey Gelalich OF JR 0 UCLA CA
Torrid JR year moved him up. Very good bat, solid D and overall game should make him a valuable 2nd round pick.
52 Travis Jankowski OF JR 0 Stony Brook NY
Good defense, good power, good bat. He doesn't do anything extremely well but does everything well. A lot of his future value is if he can stick in CF.
53 Christian Walker 1B JR 0 South Carolina CA
Can flat out hit. HR power might develop, who cares he'll hit a ton of doubles. Very good defensively, solid speed. Good all around package should allow him to have a long MLB career.
54 Avery Romero 3B HS Pedro Menendez 0 FL
The bat is very good. There is a lot of power there as well. He is slow and will need to work hard defensively to reach his ceiling at 3B. May have to move across the diamond.
55 Dane Phillips C SR 0 Arkansas AR
Showed amazingly well with the bat this year, still unsure he can catch but the work ethic is there for him to give it a good shot.
56 Wyatt Mathisen C HS Calallen 0 TX
An argument can be made for him being the best prep catcher in the draft. He is a great all around player.
57 Victor Roache OF JR 0 Georgia Southern GA
Big power potential was hampered when he broke his wrist this spring. Needs to get healthy and make better contact.
58 Mitchell Traver P HS Houston Christian 0 TX
Big strong righty hasn't shown the best this spring but could be a solid #3/4 in the bigs.
59 Brandon Thomas OF JR 0 Georgia Tech GA
Great athlete can play CF well. He has a solid arm and has some power potential but it is a ways off. Raw at the plate, bat is the big question.
60 David Thompson OF HS Westminster Christian 0 FL
A very good hitter but he may have to end up in LF. That hurts his stock. If he can stick at 3B, he could be a very good pick.
61 Austin Aune SS HS Argyle 0 TX
Very good athlete. Very nice swing and potential to be a LH hitting SS with good D is very intriguing.
62 Dylan Baker P J2 0 Western Nevada NV
Alaskan went JuCo route and is raising eyebrows with mid 90's velocity.
63 Jake Barrett P JR 0 Arizona State AZ
Wild and inconsistent, he looks like a bullpen arm with potential to close. He has a really good slider he shows occasionally to go with upper 90's velocity. Elbow health is a concern.
64 Chris Beck P JR 0 Georgia Southern GA
Mid 90's fastball and average breaking ball and changeup look like he could be a sold #3-4 starter.
65 CJ Hinojosa SS HS Klein Collins 0 TX
Texas commit is strong. Shoulder surgery also clouds future. 95% likely to head to Texas.
66 Ty Buttrey P HS Providence 0 NC
Big RHP has big arm. Looks like a mid-rotation starter if secondaries develop.
67 Fernando Perez 3B J1 Otay Ranch Central Arizona CC AZ
Sweet swinging solid defender at 3B. Has plus power potential and could be a steal past the mid 2nd round.
68 Tyler Gonzales P HS James Madison 0 TX
Low 90's fastball with a really nice breaking ball along with great athleticism helps project him with a #2 ceiling.
69 Nick Travieso P HS Archbishop McCarthy 0 FL
As his velocity gets closer to 100, he gets closer to a first round selection. Wary of the secondary stuff. Could be a future closer if he can get one to be above average.
70 Kayden Porter P HS Spanish Fork 0 UT
Big righty has a powerful build and a powerful arm but secondaries aren't as sharp.
71 Peter O'Brien C SR 0 Miami FL
Power bat makes this senior seem like a solid pick but it will really have to play up if he can't catch and many say he won't stick there.
72 Fernelys Sanchez OF HS George Washington 0 NY
Amazing athlete with great speed. Bat and power are questionable but the potential is intriguing.
73 Skye Bolt OF HS Holy Innocents 0 GA
5 tool type athlete but none of the 5 tools play much over average. He is a good hitter but might not have the range for CF or the bat for a corner.
74 Rhett Wiseman OF HS Buckingham Browne & Nichols 0 MA
Wiseman has great tools. He is a plus athlete with plus bat speed but contact is an issue. May end up at Vandy.
75 Brett Phillips OF HS Seminole 0 FL
Athletic build is easy to project. Has a great arm and could be an above average CF with a plus bat.
76 J.T. Chargois P JR 0 Rice TX
Mid 90's velocity and an impressive curve ball could get him drafted early. Will likely be a back end of the bullpen guy.
77 Patrick Wisdom 3B JR 0 St. Mary’s CA
Plus power and a solid defender at 3B is one of the better college bats in the draft.
78 Pierce Johnson P JR 0 Missouri State MO
With a low to mid 90's fastball, his middling command and tendency to overuse his breaking ball, he has a ways to go to his potential. He hasn't been overly durable either.
79 Duane Underwood P HS Pope 0 GA
Athletic with a power arm, his results and stuff has been erratic. There is a lot of potential but he may have to prove it at Georgia to get paid.
80 Edwin Diaz P HS Naguabo 0 PR
Normally Diaz could be the top Puerto Rican draft pick but will be the 3rd off the board this year. Impressive for a guy with mid 90's heat.
81 D'Vone McClure OF HS Jacksonville 0 AR
I love the swing. He may not be able to stay in CF but he should hit enough for a corner spot. I contemplated moving him up as high as the 40's.
82 Mitch Nay 1B HS Hamilton 0 AZ
Some of the best power in the prep ranks. Will have to work hard to not end up at 1B where bat will have to play to maximum potential.
83 Bryan De La Rosa C HS Bucky Dent Baseball School 0 FL
Great bat speed and a great arm lend themselves to being a well above average catcher.
84 Nelson Rodriguez C HS George Washington 0 NY
Huge kid that can really hit. He may be too big to stay behind the plate, then the bat will really have to pick up but I have a good feeling with him.
85 Sam Selman P JR 0 Vanderbilt TN
An enigma. From 85-95 with the fastball, consistency is not in his vocabulary right now. That will make or break him. #2 ceiling, Low A washout floor.
86 Mitch Haniger OF 0 0 Cal Poly CA
Some of the best power in the college ranks with solid average tools across the board. He isn't going to be flashy but is a solid pick.
87 Kevin Plawecki C JR 0 Purdue IN
Most of his value is in him staying behind the plate. He is a bit inconsistent back there but he could be an average backstop.
88 Cody Poteet P HS Christian 0 CA
Poteet flashes above average velocity and one of the best prep breaking balls in the draft, if not the best. His delivery needs some work but he is a very good athlete.
89 Austin Fairchild P HS St. Thomas 0 TX
Sitting in the low 90's with potential for more from the left side. His delivery is unusual but it works.
90 Carson Kelly 3B HS Westview 0 OR
A low 90's fastball with good movement, a feel for a changeup and a nasty slider are enough to think he could be a solid #3.
91 Martin Agosta P JR 0 St. Mary’s CA
Low to mid 90's fastball and solid 3 pitch mix should get him drafted by the 3rd round if not sooner.
92 Taylor Dugas OF SR 0 Alabama AL
A gamer. The player is more than the sum of the tools. He can hit, run and defend. May be a 4th Of'er but it wouldn't shock me to see him as a starting CF for someone.
93 D.J. Baxendale P JR 0 Arkansas AR
Low 90's fastball, good slider and polish could make him a #3-4 starter.
94 Kurt Heyer P JR 0 Arizona AZ
With a low 90's fastball and knowing how to pitch can get you far. He's a #4/5 starter probably but he is a solid bet to hit the bigs.
95 Jason Goldstein C HS Highland Park 0 IL
Good defensively and solid at the plate, he isn't flashy but is a solid HS catching prospects
96 Tom Murphy C JR 0 Buffalo NY
Murphy is a leseer version of Zunino. Solid across the board and could be a MLB catcher but just not a top level backstop.
97 Brady Rodgers P JR 0 Arizona State AZ
A great mixture of 4 average pitches keeps hitters off balance. Won't K a lot of guys but he almost walks no one.
98 Barrett Barnes OF JR 0 Texas Tech TX
Maybe the fastest runner in the college ranks, his bat has some pop as well.
99 D.J. Davis 3B HS Stone Cal State Fullerton MS
Davis is flying up draft boards. He is the fastest runner in the draft, probably, and could be a 1st round pick with current helium. He could be an electric player if the bat develops like it could.
100 Brandon Lopez SS HS American Heritage 0 FL
Solid defensively he could stick at SS. If he does the bat will be well above average for the position.
101 Teddy Stankiewicz P HS Fort Worth Christian 0 TX
Mid 90's heat is enough to get this high but the secondaries haven't developed well yet.
102 Taylore Cherry P HS Vandalia Butler 0 OH
Huge righty will need to watch his conditioning. He has good stuff, good enough to be a #3 starter.
103 Anthony Seise P HS West Orange 0 FL
Big potential from this tall thin lefty with tons of athletecism. Raw athleticism could make for an intersting prospect.
104 Nolan Gannon P HS Santa Fe Christian 0 CA
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105 Carson Fulmer P HS All Saints Academy 0 FL
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106 Ryan Burr P HS Highlands Ranch 0 CO
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107 Cole Miller 1B HS Darlington School 0 GA
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108 Josh Henderson OF HS Home school 0 VA
Toolsy OF'er has an impressive bat. He has as high a ceiling as almost anyone in the draft.
109 Daniel Robertson 3B HS Upland 0 CA
Aggressive hacks at the plate. Can really hit. Good arm at 3B. Solid all around player. Player more than tools.
110 Theo Alexander OF HS Lake Washington Kirkland, WA WA
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111 Mitchell Gueller OF HS WF West 0 WA
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112 Adam Brett Walker 1B JR 0 Jacksonville FL
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113 Eric Hanhold P HS East Lake 0 FL
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114 Xavier Turner 3B HS Sandusky 0 OH
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115 Mitch Garver C JR 0 New Mexico 0
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116 Kieran Lovegrove P HS Mission Viejo 0 CA
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117 Branden Kline P JR 0 Virginia VA
Kline looks like a future set up man or a potential #4/5 starter with a low 90's fastball and great slider.
118 Brett Mooneyham P JR 0 Stanford CA
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119 Adrian Sampson P J2 0 Bellevue CC WA
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120 Josh Elander C JR 0 TCU TX
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121 Pat Light P JR 0 Monmouth NJ
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122 Kyle Twomey P HS El Dorado 0 CA
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123 Alec Rash P HS ADM 0 IA
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124 Tyler Gaffney OF JR 0 Stanford CA
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125 Mac Williamson OF JR 0 Wake Forest NC
Not a lot of experience since he was recruited as a pitcher, Williamson could break out focusing on playing every day. Can cover ground in CF now, will likely need to shift over. Hopefully bat picks up by then.
126 Ty Moore OF HS Mater Dei 0 CA
Good athlete shows promise on the mound but best potential is at the plate. Strong swing creates power. Could really do well as a CF but more likely a corner guy where bat will really have to play up.
127 Jacob Stewart OF JR 0 Stanford CA
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128 Luke Maile C JR 0 Kentucky KY
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129 Steven Duggar OF HS Byrnes 0 SC
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130 Damien Magnifico P JR 0 Oklahoma OK
100 MPH+ fastball but little else. Has command issues as well. If he gains consistency he could be very good.
131 Ron Miller 3B HS Serra 0 CA
Big power. Loud mechanically, loud sound off the bat. Not sure where he fits defensively.
132 Jameis Winston OF HS Hueytown 0 AL
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133 Keon Barnum 1B HS King 0 FL
Big power potential with big swing and bat speed. Will need to hit a ton as 1B is his only defensive option.
134 Kevin Brady P JR 0 Clemson SC
Injury issues have slowed Brady but 95+ velocity will get him another chance. Good command when healthy. Could be much higher if stuff is there.
135 A.J. Vanegas P SO 0 Stanford CA
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136 Kyle Hansen P JR 0 St. John's NY
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137 Brian Johnson P JR 0 Florida FL
Not sure if he is a LHP or a 1B. Bat seems a little light for 1B, arm seems a little light for LHP. We will see what his drafting team thinks. Think Mitch Moreland.
138 Steven Rodriguez P 0 0 Florida FL
Profiles almost exclusively as a lefty reliever but shold be a good one with excellent stuff. Command is an issue at times.
139 Nolan Sanburn P SO 0 Arkansas AR
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140 Matt Price P JR 0 South Carolina SC
Price has been a dominant closer in college. He has shown he can start but will likely end up at the back of the pen again as a set up man or closer.
141 Damian Carroll P HS 0 0 VA
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142 Ryan McNeil P HS Nipomo 0 CA
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143 Max Foody P HS IMG Baseball Academy Florida State FL
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144 Jeremy Kivel P HS Spring 0 TX
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145 Walker Buehler P HS Henry Clay 0 KY
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146 Tyler Pike P HS Winter Haven 0 FL
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147 Kenny Diekroeger SS JR 0 Stanford CA
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148 Adrian Marin OF HS Gulliver Prep 0 FL
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149 James Marvel P HS Campolindo 0 CA
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150 Braden Bishop OF HS St. Francis 0 CA
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151 Lex Rutledge P JR 0 Samford AL
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152 Hoby Milner P JR 0 Texas TX
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153 Matt Koch P JR 0 Louisville KY
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154 Eddie Butler P JR 0 Radford VA
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155 Logan Ehlers P J2 0 Howard TX
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156 Spencer Edwards SS HS Rockwall 0 TX
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157 Austin Dean 3B HS Klein Collins 0 TX
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158 Jeremy Baltz OF JR 0 St. John's NY
Good hitter but mediocre tools after that. Will be a corner guy where bat will have to improve to make it. Looks like a power bench bat to me.
159 Cameron Perkins 3B JR 0 Purdue IN
Might outgrow 3B but power plays at any corner. Long swing will be compromised by good pitching.
160 Rock Rucker OF HS Redan 0 GA
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161 Andrew Pullin OF HS Centralia 0 WA
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162 Christopher Chinea C HS Gulliver Prep 0 FL
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163 Corey Oswalt 3B HS James Madison 0 CA
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164 Tony Renda 2B JR 0 California CA
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165 Jonathan Sandfort P HS Winter Springs 0 FL
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166 Freddy Avis P HS Menlo 0 CA
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167 Erich Knab P HS Carolina Forrest 0 SC
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168 Jake Thompson P HS Rockwall-Heath 0 TX
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169 Vincent Jackson OF HS Luella 0 GA
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170 Steve Nyisztor 2B JR 0 Louisburg JC NC
More of a gap hitter than a power hitter, the hit tool is there. He is good defensively at 2B but could play 3B as well. He could be a useful multi-positional starter.
171 Dylan LaVelle SS HS Lake Stevens 0 WA
Nice swing. Projects bigger but bat could carry him at 3B if he adds power.
172 Matt Reynolds 3B JR 0 Arkansas AR
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173 Max White OF HS Williston 0 OK
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174 Cody Gunter 3B HS Flower Mound 0 TX
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175 Nathan Kirby P HS James River 0 VA
No longer draft eligible
176 Stephen Johnson P JR 0 St. Edward's (Texas) TX
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177 Buck Farmer P JR 0 Georgia Tech GA
Has a 4 pitch mix but nothing dominant. Solid chance at being a big leaguer. Minimal chance of anything more than a #4-5 starter
178 Ben Johnson OF HS Westwood 0 TX
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179 Krey Bratsen OF SO 0 Texas A&M TX
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180 Max Muncy 1B JR 0 Baylor TX
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181 Kyle Wren OF SO 0 Georgia Tech GA
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182 Dylan Floro P JR 0 Cal State Fullerton CA
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183 Ross Stripling P SR 0 Texas A&M TX
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184 Alex Wood P SO 0 Georgia GA
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185 Chase Mullins P HS Bourbon County 0 KY
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186 Jose Mesa Jr P HS 0 0 0
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187 Jamie Callahan P HS Dillon 0 SC
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188 Paul Blackburn P HS Heritage 0 CA
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189 Josh Conway P JR 0 Coastal Carolina SC
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190 Scott Griggs P JR 0 UCLA CA
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191 Preston Tucker 1B SR 0 Florida FL
Tucker can really hit. I don't know that he will be able to against MLB pitchers but should do very well in the minors.
192 RJ Alvarez P JR 0 Florida Atlantic FL
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193 Stephen Perez SS JR 0 Miami FL
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194 Hayden Hurst P HS Bolles 0 FL
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195 Tucker Simpson P HS Oxford 0 AL
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196 Michael Yastrzemski OF JR 0 Vanderbilt TN
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197 Matt Moynihan OF JR 0 Texas TX
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198 Brian Adams OF JR 0 Kentucky KY
Amazing athlete shows flashes of excellence and horror. Future will depend on how much he commits to baseball.
199 Christopher Barr OF HS Royal Palm Beach 0 FL
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200 Raph Rhymes 0 JR 0 LSU 0
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201 Alfredo Escalera OF HS IMG Academy 0 FL
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202 Eric Neitzel 3B HS Gulliver Prep 0 FL
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203 Stefan Sabol C J2 0 Orange Coast CA
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204 Sean McLaughlin OF HS Northview 0 GA
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205 Daniel Starwalt P HS Granite Hills 0 CA
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206 Zach Green SS HS Jesuit 0 CA
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207 Chase Nyman SS HS Pascagoula 0 MS
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208 Drew Jackson SS HS Miramonte 0 CA
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209 Blake Hickman C HS Simeon 0 IL
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210 Blake Forslund P JR 0 Liberty VA
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211 Curt Britt P HS Scotland 0 NC
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212 Reid Scoggins P 0 0 Howard TX
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213 Kolby Copeland OF HS Parkway 0 LA
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214 Andrew Toles OF SO 0 Chipola FL
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215 Mikey White SS HS Spain Park 0 AL
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216 Jonny Locher OF HS Highline 0 WA
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217 Jason Coats OF SR 0 TCU TX
Good college hitter but I'm not sure how it will play as a pro.
218 Adam Matthews OF SR 0 South Carolina SC
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219 Ruben (RJ) Ybarra C HS Riverside Poly 0 CA
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220 David Gonzalez P HS Gainesville 0 GA
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221 Matt Boyd P JR 0 Oregon State OR
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222 Joshua Urban P JR 0 Texas TX
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223 Matt Crownover P HS Ringgold 0 GA
TJ surgery will likely send him to Clemson. Very good college arm. Could be a #3-4 starter but more likely a reliver in the long run.
224 Keaton Haack P HS Northwest Guilford 0 NC
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225 Kevin Ross SS HS Niles West 0 IL
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226 Justin Gonzalez SS JR 0 Florida State FL
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227 Jack Wynkoop P HS Cape Henry Collegiate 0 VA
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228 Robert Refsnyder OF JR 0 Arizona AZ
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229 Russell Reynolds P HS Parkview Baptist 0 LA
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230 DJ Hicks 1B SR 0 UCF CA
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231 Steven Golden OF HS St Francis 0 CA
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232 Brett Lilek P HS Marian Catholic 0 IL
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233 Ronnie Freeman C JR 0 Kennesaw State GA
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234 Austin Nola SS SR 0 LSU LA
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235 Patrick Biondi OF JR 0 Michigan 0
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236 Tyrone Taylor OF HS Torrance 0 CA
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237 Carlos Pena P HS West 0 OH
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238 Eric Jaffe P SO 0 UCLA CA
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239 Clayton Crum P J1 0 Howard TX
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240 Ian Gardeck P JR 0 Alabama AL
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241 Andrew Aplin OF JR 0 Arizona State AZ
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242 Cameron (CJ) Saylor C HS South Hills 0 CA
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243 Justin Alleman P HS Holt 0 MI
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244 Tyler Duffey P JR 0 Rice TX
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245 Blake Hauser P JR 0 Virginia Commonwealth VA
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246 Christian Powell P JR 0 Charleston WV
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247 Morgan Bunting 1B HS Woodward Academy 0 GA
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248 Riley Ferrell P HS A&M Consolidated 0 TX
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249 Matt Reckling P 0 0 Rice TX
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250 Justin Jones P JR 0 California CA
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251 Jamodrick McGruder 2B 0 0 Texas Tech TX
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252 Jamie Jarmon OF HS Indian River 0 DE
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253 Michael Palazzone P SR 0 Georgia GA
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254 Chase DeJong P HS Woodrow Wilson 0 CA
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255 Jharel Cotton P JR 0 East Carolina NC
Low 90's fastball and a ridiculous changeup, one of the best I've seen this year. That alone gives him a chance of getting to AA. I would bet he becomes a situational reliver.
256 Corbin Olmstead P HS Thomas Jefferson 0 FL
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257 Gerald Bautista 3B HS Steinbrenner 0 FL
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258 Michael Roth P SR 0 South Carolina Columbia 0
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259 Caleb Hamrick P HS Cedar Hill 0 TX
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260 Daniel Aldrich OF SO 0 Charleston WV
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261 Kyle Overstreet 2B HS Boaz 0 AL
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262 Christian Dicks OF HS Providence 0 FL
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263 Brady Lail P HS Bingham 0 UT
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264 J.T. Phillips 3B HS Columbus 0 GA
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265 Mason Melotaikis P JR 0 Northwestern State LA
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266 Cal Becker P HS Redwood 0 CA
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267 Jayce Boyd 1B JR 0 Florida State FL
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268 Collin Yelich C HS Westlake 0 CA
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269 Joe DeCarlo 3B HS Garnet Valley 0 PA
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270 Joey DeMichele 3B 0 0 Arizona State AZ
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271 Matt Gonzalez SS HS Harrison 0 GA
0
272 Kevin Koziol SS J1 0 Parkland IL
0
273 Troy Conyers P HS El Capitan 0 CA
0
274 Cameron Tekker P HS Cuthbertson 0 NC
0
275 Willie Schwanke 3B HS Wakeland 0 TX
0
276 Anthony Gomez SS JR 0 Vanderbilt 0
0
277 Vahn Bozoian OF HS Ayala 0 CA
0
278 Cole Irvin P HS Servite 0 CA
0
279 Jonathan Rodriguez OF 0 0 Yavapai AZ
0
280 BJ Boyd OF HS Palo Alto 0 CA
0
281 Palmer Betts 3B HS Cook County 0 GA
0
282 Cameron Dishon OF HS Bridge City 0 TX
0
283 Max Schrock SS HS Cardinal Gibbons 0 NC
0
284 Alex Young P HS Carmel Catholic 0 IL
0
285 Cody Johnson P HS North Shore 0 NY
0
286 Tom Lemke P JR 0 Nebraska NE
0
287 Trey Griffin OF J2 0 Santa Fe CC NM
0
288 Connor Baits P HS Point Loma 0 CA
0
289 David Houser C HS AC Flora 0 SC
0
290 E.J. Encinosa P JR 0 Miami FL
0
291 Trey Killian P HS Mountain Home 0 AR
0
292 Tommy Coyle 2B JR 0 North Carolina 0
0
293 Robert Whalen P HS Haines City 0 FL
0
294 Colin Rodgers P HS Parkview Baptist School 0 LA
0
295 Felipe Perez P HS Fairmont Prep 0 CA
0
296 Joe Rogers P 0 0 Central Florida FL
0
297 Kurt Schluter P JR 0 Stetson FL
0
298 L.J. Mazzilli 2B JR 0 Connecticut CT
0
299 Christian Jones P JR 0 Oregon OR
0
300 Ryan Ripken 1B HS Gilman 0 MD
0
301 Matt Carasiti P 0 0 St. John's NY
0
302 Tyler Wagner P 0 0 Utah NV
0
303 Geonte' Jackson SS HS Elkins 0 TX
0
304 Ryan Garvey OF J1 0 Riverside CC CA
0
305 Ronnie Richardson OF JR 0 Central Florida FL
0
306 Tanner Kiest P HS Yucaipa 0 CA
0
307 Ty France 3B HS South Hills 0 CA
0
308 Christopher Leduc OF HS Palatka 0 FL
0
309 Michael Taylor P HS Christ Church School 0 VA
0
310 Cody Moffett P HS Highland 0 AZ
0
311 Joe Mantiply P JR 0 Virginia Tech VA
0
312 Tim Brechcuehler 0 0 0 Louisberg JC 0
0
313 Giovanni Brusa OF HS 0 0 0
0
314 Jackson Stephens P HS Oxford 0 AL
0
315 Tim Cooney P JR 0 Wake Forest NC
0
316 Alex Yarbrough 2B JR 0 Mississippi MS
0
317 Nick Goody P JR 0 LSU 0
0
318 Dominic Leone P JR 0 Clemson SC
0
319 Chris Taylor SS JR 0 Virginia VA
0
319 Luke Bard P JR 0 Georgia Tech GA
0
320 Connor Harrell OF JR 0 Vanderbilt TN
0
321 Darnell Sweeney SS JR 0 Central Florida FL
0
322 Jabari Henry OF JR 0 Florida International FL
0
323 Jake Lamb 3B JR 0 Washington WA
0
324 Jeff Gibbs P JR 0 Maine MA
0
325 Logan Vick OF JR 0 Baylor TX
0
326 Matt Duffy SS JR 0 Long Beach State CA
0
327 Forrest Garrett P JR 0 LSU 0
0
328 Reed Gragnani 2B JR 0 Virginia 0
0
329 Dan Langfield P 0 0 Memphis TN
0
330 Michael Ratterree OF JR 0 Rice TX
0
331 Michael Morin P JR 0 North Carolina NC
0
332 Christopher Triplett 2B J2 0 Chipola (Fla.) JC FL
0
333 T.J. Oakes P JR 0 Minnesota 0
0
334 Hudson Randall P JR 0 Florida FL
Upper 80's to low 90's(occasionally) depends on polish and guile. Has won in college with average stuff and throwing strikes. Will need more in pro ball.
335 Zack Jones P JR 0 San Jose State CA
0
336 Stephen Bruno SS JR 0 Virginia VA
0
337 Tyler Hanover SS SR 0 LSU 0
0
338 Sam Stafford P SR 0 Texas TX
0
339 Timmy Lopes SS HS Edison (Huntington Beach, Calif.) 0 0
0
340 Taylor Ard 1B SR 0 Washington State WA
0
341 Kash Kalkowski OF JR 0 Nebraska NE
0
342 Andrew Rash OF SR 0 Virginia Tech VA
0
343 Derek Dennis SS JR 0 Michigan MI
0
344 Austin Southall 1B J2 0 Chipola (Fla.) JC FL
0
345 Dan Gulbransen OF JR 0 Jacksonville FL
0
346 Drew Verhagen P JR 0 Vanderbilt TN
0
347 Brandon Kuter P JR 0 George Mason D.C.
0
348 Ty Blach P JR 0 Creighton NE
0
349 Dietrich Enns P JR 0 Central Michigan MI
0
350 Joe Munoz 3B HS Los Altos 0 CA
0
351 Kyle Smith SS HS Mt. Juliet 0 TN
0
352 Matt Bowman P JR 0 Princeton NJ
0
353 Creede Simpson OF 0 0 0 AL
0
354 Robbie Buller OF 0 0 Houston Baptist TX
0
355 Nick Palewicz P SO 0 Washington WA
0
356 Ryan Farrar P JR 0 Virginia Commonwealth VA
0
357 Nick Wittgren P JR 0 Purdue IN
0
359 Anthony Bazzani P JR 0 Eastern Kentucky KY
0
360 Will Clinard P SR 0 Vanderbilt TN
0
361 Shane Brown OF HS Simeon HS 0 IL
0
362 Bralin Jackson OF HS Raytown South 0 MO
0
363 Reynaldo Ordonez Jr SS HS American 0 FL
0
364 Grayson Long P HS Barbers Hill 0 TX
0
365 Richie Martin SS HS Bloomingdale 0 FL
0
366 Max Tishman P HS Lawrence Academy 0 MA
0
367 Max White 1B JR 0 Oklahoma 0
0
368 Kyle Barraclough P SR 0 St. Mary’s 0
0
369 Evan Marzilli OF JR 0 South Carolina 0
0
370 R.C. Orlan P JR 0 North Carolina 0
0
371 Ivory Thomas OF JR 0 Cal State Fullerton CA
0
372 DJ Crumlich SS SR 0 UC Irvine 0
0
373 Brian Billigen OF SR 0 Cornell 0
0
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