Alright, now that I have some idea of what I'm doing, I'll write my thinking here.
Round 1, Pick 30, $1,760,500
Ideal Targets (fitting the rangers toolsy trend) are Monte Harrison and Braxton Davidson, doubt they fall down to us in this type of draft where more SD's will be going for potential.
So moving onto the next level of toolsy HS position players,
Marcus Wilson, Michael Gettys, and Ti'quan Forbes jump out at me as very interesting.
Forrest Wall and Derek Fisher have been connected via mocks, but only kinda fit the rangers strategy, maybe I'm being too closed minded with this target, but I see too much to like in the above to pass up for either.
Pitching is a possibility, but I feel with the depth in this draft, it's better suited to get the position player first. I really love AJ Reed for some reason, but for this draft purposes, I'll cede to the Rangers history over my own interests.
Round 2, Pick 59, $957,900
This is where it gets a bit tougher, if someone falls it would be easy of course, but there's no way of predicting that.
I've seen a few mocks with Justus Sheffield, Keith Weisenberg or others with signability issues. I understand the idea behind it, but I'm never too confident when making picks that aren't certain to sign.
Joe Gatto, Bryce Montes De Oca, and Cody Reed are guys that if around I have to seriously think about.
Round 3, Pick 95, $550,100
Round 4, Pick 126, $408,000
Somewhere here I'd like to mix in a college player, AJ Vanegas, Wyatt Strahan, etc. are definitely interesting, but honestly not guaranteed if I see a more exciting guy still around.
These picks really depend a lot on how the early one's go, if I somehow end up with 2 position players I'm definitely targeting arms here, if I pick OF early, I may be targeting infield strongly, or vise versa. I'm open for advice, but I'm probably going into the draft with an open mind and adjustable list for these later picks.