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NFL Draft Prospect Russell Wilson MLB Draft Retrospective

From NC State QB (above) to Rockies 2B to Wisconsin QB to NFL Draft Pick
Source: Track 'Em Tigers

I was trading emails with an old pal this past weekend about one of my favorite non-MLB Draft topics: the NFL Draft. We were discussing potential project backup quarterbacks for our favorite team when Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson came up. I’d personally be thrilled to take a chance on him in the middle rounds — fifth ideally, fourth most likely, third only if there’s a run on second tier QBs earlier than I think will happen — in much the same way I would have been happy to have my favorite baseball team take a chance on him in the MLB Draft’s middle rounds (my idea of our draft’s “middle rounds” are anything from round 10 onward). Here’s why I was high on him as a baseball prospect back in the day…

Betting on Wilson is betting on upside, a worthy risk to take when you are considering which mid-round college hitter to gamble on. See, the sad little truth about lists like this are that the players, while undeniably impressive and accomplished and talented, are more than likely never going to play in the big leagues. Heck, many of them won’t see AA. Once you get past the top two or three names on any of these college lists, it’s all a big guessing game. Educated guessing, to be sure, but guessing all the same. To make a long intro slightly less long, if you’re are going to bet on a mid-round college player, go for the rare guy with untapped potential. That’s Wilson. Here’s why…

I tend to overuse this word when writing about draft prospects, but it applies to Wilson so well here that I can’t help myself. Wilson is an interesting prospect. More than one team affiliated employee I spoke to used that word to describe Wilson in some way – “interesting upside,” “interesting bat,” and “interesting future.” Watch him for just a couple of innings and you’ll see evidence of all five tools right away. His bat is, well, interesting, and his power, while mostly to the gaps at this point, could top out with homer totals in the teens professionally. As a former quarterback unafraid to take off with the ball when needed, it comes as no surprise that his speed rates as an easy 60, with startlingly quick acceleration. Defensively he may have the speed, instincts, and athleticism to play up the middle (2B or CF), but his presence on this particular list is a bet on his plus arm playing best at third base over the long run. Wilson’s numbers this year were solid across the board, but his performance must be judged with his lack of college ball experiences prior to 2010 in mind. He needs more reps on the diamond, but if a team is patient with him they could be rewarded with a player who closely mirrors the Melvin Mora developmental path, something that will no doubt interest a big league club or two come draft day.

Wilson was a surprise fourth round pick by Colorado in 2010. He wound up only playing parts of two baseball seasons before “retiring,” transferring from NC State to Wisconsin, and having the crazy 2011 college season that will get him drafted next month. As a 22-year old in the South Atlantic League (Low-A) he hit .228/.366/.342 in 193 at bats with 15 steals in 17 attempts. Obviously not great numbers, but not terrible for his first full pro season. When you factor in his potential defensive value as a 2B, you see that maybe the Rockies were on to something with their widely panned “overdraft” of Wilson. For better or worse, we’ll never know what could have been for Wilson on the diamond; selfishly, I’ll admit that this kind of unknown isn’t a lot of fun for somebody as fascinated with the MLB Draft as I am, but it is never a bad thing when we get the chance to watch a talented athlete follow his dream in a sport he loves.

First Impressions: 2010 MLB Draft Round 2

The opinions below are all extremely preliminary and completely off the cuff, but, hey, isn’t that what the days directly following a draft are all about? I’m not sure how many rounds I’ll be able to get to because these take way longer than I had initially hoped, but I’m happy to keep them up if well received. Figuring out interesting post-draft content completely vexes me, so any and all ideas for draft recap stuff are welcomed. Me, I’d rather get started on the 2011 MLB Draft than anything else, but I realize how silly it is now to work all year towards covering every draft angle only to drop it the minute after draft day. There’s no closure that way. Help me help you get some closure!

Round 2

Five (5) Favorite Value Picks (all rankings are in order of selection; personal ranking for each category listed in parentheses)

2.51 Washington Nationals – San Diego LHP Sammy Solis (2)
2.54 Kansas City Royals – Arkansas OF/RHP Brett Eibner (3…4 if he plays the outfield instead of pitches)
2.57 Boston Red Sox – Texas RHP Brandon Workman (1)
2.76 Colorado Rockies – Texas Tech RHP Chad Bettis (5)
2.82 New York Yankees – Torrance HS (CA) OF Angelo Gumbs (4…3 if Eibner’s definitely playing the OF)

I feel like I’ve spent much of the past few weeks writing about college pitching, so I’ll leave the first four names on the list alone for now. Gumbs makes the list because he’s a toolsy prep position player who can, hang on to your hats, actually hit. Amazing how often something so seemingly inconsequential like making consistent hard contact with the bat can be. I also like Gumbs for his advanced plate discipline for a high school prospect and, as mentioned, five average at worst tools. If you didn’t like the Cito Culver first round pick for the Yankees, I’m here to say that Gumbs in the second more than makes up for it. Quality player.

Four (4) Questionable Picks

2.55 Cleveland Indians – Chipola JC (FL) CF LeVon Washington (4)
2.56 Arizona Diamondbacks – Nitro HS (WV) RHP JR Bradley (2)
2.64 Milwaukee Brewers – Alabama JR RHP Jimmy Nelson (1)
2.70 Atlanta Braves – Western Oklahoma State FR SS Andrelton Simmons (3)

Washington isn’t here because he’s a bad player by any means, but simply because he’s an overdraft at the early part of the second round. Bradley’s arm strength and plus control should help him through the low minors, but his secondary stuff needs a complete overhaul. Nelson’s upside isn’t on par with many of the prospects drafted around him. Simmons remains a big glove, little bat player who would be best served making the inevitable switch to the mound sooner rather than later. In other words, he’s Mychal Givens 2.0.

Three (3) Closest to the Show Picks

Sammy Solis
2.68 Detroit Tigers – Arkansas SO LHP Drew Smyly (2)
2.81 Los Angeles Angels – Florida Southern JR RHP Daniel Tillman (1)

RHPs Jacob Petricka, Bettis, Jordan Swagerty, and Perci Garner all should be quick movers as relief prospects often tend to speed through the minors, but, and I acknowledge the possibility I’m going overboard here, each pitcher has shown just enough of a third pitch in college to at least warrant a crack at starting out in the rotation. Their new teams may not agree with that assessment, but I’m stubborn enough that I’m going to believe in each guy as a potential big league starter despite mounting against my case. Other candidates for first to the big leagues include potential fourth outfielders Ryan LaMarre and Todd Cunningham, as well as 2B Jedd Gyorko. Gyorko’s advanced bat could help him speed through the low minors, but, anecdotal evidence alert, many of the players he has been compared to (Dan Uggla is the first that pops into my head) were slow to develop, one level at a time prospects. If you don’t buy that, then perhaps Gyorko’s iffy glove, or more specifically the numerous minor league ground balls he’ll have to take to get his glove ready for the majors, will be what keeps him down in the minors longer than expected.

Solis has the stuff and pitchability to advance in a hurry, but Washington may want to allow him some extra time to make up for college innings lost to injury. I went with Smyly over the more highly rated lefthanded pitching prospect Rob Rasmussen because of Detroit’s tendency to push young pitching. Call it an educated hunch. Tillman is the only college reliever taken in the round without any shot at starting professionally. The very quick pre-draft scouting report on Daniel Tillman, my 39th highest rated college righthanded pitching prospect:

Florida Southern JR RHP Daniel Tillman: 91-94 sinking FB, peaking 95-96; hard plus SL; 6-1, 185 pounds; dominant K numbers out of bullpen (56 K’s in 39.2 IP) ***

Two (2) High Risk Signability Picks

2.58 Houston Astros – Garey HS (CA) RHP Vincent Velasquez (2)
2.80 Toronto Blue Jays – University HS (FL) LHP Justin Nicolino (1)

The earlier the round, the more difficult it is to find players who aren’t likely to sign. Velasquez has a moderately strong commitment to Cal State Fullerton while Nicolino’s scholarship to Virginia ought to take a legitimately overslot deal to get his name on the dotted line. Both should sign without much of a problem, but that’s coming from a guy who thinks all of the names taken in round two will get deals done before too long.

One (1) Player You’d Bet Your Internet Reputation On Pick

2.57 Boston Red Sox – Texas RHP Brandon Workman

Workman over Solis by a fairly slim margin. Both profile as above-average, middle of the rotation or better big league starters. Excellent value for a second round pick, I think. Brandon Workman’s quick scouting report:

Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman: low-90s FB with serious sink, peak 95-97; plus high-70s CB; sinking CU with legit promise; usable low-80s SL; two biggest issues out of high school (mechanics and poor control) both ironed out after three years in Austin; 6-5, 225 pounds (4.30 FIP; 9.43 K/9; 1.89 BB/9)

That last part is what makes me happiest. Well, not the last last part (his park/schedule adjusted stats) or even the one before that (his size), but the one before that. How can you not root for a player who legitimately improved after three years of college? Look, I love college baseball. Countless interesting names to watch per major college team, heated rivalries, and the ultimate marriage of meaningful regular season play and dramatic postseason format all with the beautiful soundtrack of ping after ping in the background. How can you beat that? I love college baseball, but I can still admit that I hate the way certain college coaches worry more about winning one game than the long-term health and well being of their players. I know college athletics is big business, but I’m still of the belief the main purpose of college is to best prepare the youth of the country for life after college. If that’s the goal, then maybe having your prized starter throw 140+ pitches or start twice in a four day span or come out of the bullpen 48 hours after pitching a complete game or any number of the countless questionable decision isn’t the best way to prepare said prized starter for a successful career after graduation. Nothing frustrates me more to see a young arm abused before even getting the chance to play professional baseball. HOWEVER, it’s very rare that college coaching staffs receive any credit for player development. The perfect example of this was on the MLB Network telecast of the first round two nights ago. The talking heads couldn’t get over how many college players had gone undrafted out of high school. They credited big league scouting staffs for finding such players later rather than sooner. Right. How about giving some credit to the college coaching staffs that helped bring along these diamonds in the rough? Workman was an excellent prospect coming out of high school. He’s a better prospect now. Some of that should be attributed to his natural developmental growth curve, some should be given to the hard work and smarts of the player itself, and some is totally unknown, if we’re really being honest. But to only highlight college coaches when something bad happens and not acknowledge the many ways they help certain players grow is just plain silly. Workman improved for a lot of reasons; for me, there’s no doubt the Texas coaching staff has certainly been a major contributing factor in his improvement.

2010 MLB Draft: Initial Round Two Thoughts and Shadow Draft

Just a few very quick notes on a select number of interesting round two choices. More to come later…

Washington Nationals – San Diego LHP Sammy Solis

First, the quick Sammy Solis (#3 on my list of ’10 lefthanded pitchers) scouting report…

90-92 FB pre-injury, now sitting more regularly 87-89, but pitch maintains serious late life through zone; plus 77-78 CU; excellent 71-75 CB when on; 76-78 mystery pitch that has been identified as either a harder CB with bite or the beginnings of a SL; coming back from ruptured disc in back; 6-5, 228 pounds; (4.07 FIP; 9.88 K/9; 2.09 BB/9)

Absolute home run of a selection, I think. Good enough FB, plus CU, and CB that flashes well above-average at times all packed into a durable frame with relatively low college mileage on his arm. Easy to start dreaming about a Nationals rotation of Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, and Sammy Solis at the top and a lineup featuring Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, Derek Norris, with Ian Desmond and Danny Espinosa consistently catching the ball up the middle…

Pittsburgh Pirates – St. Edward HS (OH) RHP Stetson Allie

I suppose the question as to whether or not the Pirates were going to play it safe or keep gambling on mid- to late-round prep pitching has been answered for now. I ignored too many red flags with Allie (iffy secondary stuff and poor control) in my final draft ranking and if I could do it all over again I would have had him slotted much lower. As it stands, he’s not a bad gamble here in the top of the second.

Tampa Bay Rays – Georgia Tech 3B Derek Dietrich

Boston Red Sox – Texas RHP Brandon Workman

I know I’m jumping ahead a bit, but this excites me. Tampa and Boston continue to just absolute kill it through the first two rounds. Derek Dietrich and Brandon Workman are two of my favorite college prospects. I like Dietrich’s relatively low floor as a potential starting big league third baseman and I love Workman’s front of the rotation stuff, as outlined in this handy dandy scouting report:

Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman: low-90s FB with serious sink, peak 95-97; plus high-70s CB; sinking CU with legit promise; usable low-80s SL; two biggest issues out of high school (mechanics and poor control) both ironed out after three years in Austin; 6-5, 225 pounds (4.30 FIP; 9.43 K/9; 1.89 BB/9)

Workman was #2 on my list of ’10 righthanded pitchers, for what it’s worth. I wonder if Tampa thinks a) Dietrich can stick at short next to Longoria b) handle second base professionally, or c) they were in a position to draft a quality bat and figured it never hurts to stockpile assets, position be damned. I lean towards that last option, but who knows…

I missed terribly on Andrelton Simmons, it appears. Never in a million years would I have slapped a second round grade or higher grade on him, but Atlanta clearly valued his defense highly enough to roll the dice he’ll bat will wake up someday.

I’m skipping ahead to do my annual Phillies shadow draft. Here’s what I would have done if given their allotment of picks…

Philadelphia Phillies Shadow Draft

1.27 – Harvard Westlake HS (CA) OF Austin Wilson
2.77 – Oviedo HS (FL) RHP AJ Cole
3.108 – San Diego JR RHP Kyle Blair
4.141 – Florida State JR OF Tyler Holt
5.171 –  Tattnall Square HS (GA) RHP DeAndre Smelter
6.201 – San Diego JR 3B Victor Sanchez
7.231 – Barbe HS (LA) 3B Garin Cecchini
8.261 – Archbishop Mitty HS (CA) SS James Roberts
9.291 – Vanderbilt JR C Curt Casali
10. 321 – Louisville SO OF Stewart Ijames

Wilson and Cole at the time are meant to act as insurance for one another. In a perfect world, both would be signed and in uniform within a few weeks, but, knowing full well both are major signability concerns, I’d live with getting one to sign on the dotted line. I know I’m way higher on both than just about anybody else, but I think landing either gives you a legitimate top half of the first round talent with your first pick. I’m sure there is more to say about this and much more, but it’s time to go watch Mike Stanton play baseball.

2010 MLB Draft – Day One Quick Recap

FAVORITE DAY ONE DRAFTS (Multiple Picks)

Toronto Blue Jays

  • RHP Deck McGuire | RHP Aaron Sanchez | RHP Noah Syndergaard | RHP Asher Wojciechowski

Tampa Bay Rays

  • OF Josh Sale | C Justin O’Conner | OF Drew Vettleson

Boston Red Sox

  • 2B Kolbrin Vitek | OF Bryce Brentz | RHP Anthony Ranaudo

Detroit Tigers

  • 3B Nick Castellanos | RHP Chance Ruffin

Colorado Rockies

  • OF Kyle Parker | RHP Peter Tago

I know it’s probably a mistake to assume each player will have a successful big league career, but I have a hard time looking at Toronto’s quartet of righthanders and not seeing at least two above-average starting pitchers and one dominant reliever. A success rate like that would have the brains behind the Blue Jays thrilled. Tampa and Boston went in totally different directions, but achieved similarly fantastic results. The Rays added three plus prep bats (Sale and O’Conner were both at the top of their respective positions within the prep class) while the Red Sox took two advanced college hitters and a potential top of the rotation collegiate starting pitcher. I’ve noted the similarities between Vitek and Brentz in this space on more than one occasion, so it’s funny to see the two of them wind up with the same big league franchise. Now the question will be whether or not the two ever share the same outfield at Fenway or if Boston gives Vitek an honest shot at sticking in the infield. I don’t love the Ruffin pick by the Tigers (spending a top 50 pick on a college reliever without a dominant pitch?), but the upside of Castellanos more than makes up for it. Will he sign? What are his demands? Is it really possible for the Tigers to get this late in the draft without drafting a fireballing righthanded pitcher? So many questions, precious few answers. Actually, to go back to Ruffin for a minute, armed with the knowledge that fast tracking him in the bullpen would always be there as a safety net, I’d seriously consider giving him a shot in the rotation first. Colorado went for some serious upside with their first two selections. Parker in the Coors Field outfield is a scary thought, but it’s possible he was drafted with the idea he’d follow in Todd Helton’s footsteps at first after his contract is up. I’ve got a really strong intuitive feeling with Parker, but I’ve been wrong before so who knows. Tago had a first round grade from me, so picking him up earns the Rockies big points in my book.

FAVORITE DAY ONE 2010 MLB DRAFTS (One and Done)

Pittsburgh Pirates

  • RHP Jameson Taillon

San Diego Padres

  • RHP Karsten Whitson

Minnesota Twins

  • RHP Alex Wimmers

Chicago White Sox

  • LHP Chris Sale

Cincinnati Reds

  • C Yasmani Grandal

Milwaukee Brewers

  • RHP Dylan Covey

I wouldn’t normally give a team credit for taking the second best player in the draft with the second overall pick, but Pittsburgh did the absolute right thing by taking Taillon over Machado or the mystery college pitcher they were considering. Every other pick listed above represents the best value for the spot in the round that each team could have conceivably imagined heading into draft day. I’d argue the biggest winner of the group is Chicago taking Sale at 13. That’s some serious value.

LEAST FAVORITE DAY ONE 2010 MLB DRAFTS (Multiple Picks)

Los Angeles Angels

  • 3B Kaleb Cowart | RHP Cameron Bedrosian | OF Chevy Clarke | SS Taylor Lindsey | OF Ryan Bolden

Texas Rangers

  • OF Jake Skole | C Kellin Deglan | RHP Luke Jackson | 3B Mike Olt

Houston Astros

  • 2B Delino DeShields | RHP Mike Foltynewicz | C Michael Kvasnicka

I’m a big Bedrosian supporter, but the other four players drafted by the Angels all have big enough question marks to give me pause. I should probably give them the benefit of the doubt after snagging Mike Trout (a player I was not very high on) with their first pick last year, but their choices just didn’t seem to follow any kind of logical pattern to me. Texas did what they had to do because of their tight finances, but that’s a relatively weak haul on paper. The Astros continue to confound me with their draft day choices. They followed through on their desire to build up the middle defensively with the addition of DeShields, but I’ve got a hunch this pick will be remembered in much the same way Buffalo’s selection of Donte Whitner is held up as an unnecessary overdraft. That may not be the best example, but it’s the first that came to mind. Sorry, Bills fans. Anyway, the comparison may not even be fair because you have to believe the Astros had some kind of insider knowledge that another team was hot on DeShields in the middle of the first. Or not. You’re call. Either way, weird pick. Kvasnicka, too. A great deal of his value is tied up in his becoming a regular catcher, something that Houston probably hopes never happens on their watch with Jason Castro in the pipeline.

LEAST FAVORITE DAY ONE 2010 MLB DRAFTS (One and Done)

New York Yankees

  • SS Cito Culver

Arizona Diamondbacks

  • RHP Barret Loux

Chicago Cubs

  • RHP Hayden Simpson

Florida Marlins

  • 1B/OF Christian Yelich

San Francisco Giants

  • OF Gary Brown

None of the above picks are “bad” per se, they are just some of my least favorites. That’s a tiny disctinction to some, but it means a lot to me. Culver and Simpson will both go down as examples of extreme overdrafts and rightfully so; a potential defensive-first utility player and an above-average big league reliever should not be targeted in the first round of the draft. Loux will forever be compared with similarly talented (and, presumably, priced) righthanded college pitching prospects like Jesse Hahn, Addison Reed, and Asher Wojchiechowski.  I need a plus bat out of a prep 1B/corner OF, and Christian Yelich just doesn’t have it. Brown started the year as one of my favorite semi-sleeper prospects (I thought for a long time he might go within spitting distance of his more publicized teammate, Christian Colon), but somehow managed to turn me off while hitting .438. Go figure. It’s just so darn hard finding any amateur prospect with a walk rate as low as Brown’s having any kind of sustained big league success. He could be a major outlier as the rare no patience/little power player to succeed professionally, but that’s not something I’m willing to bet a first round pick on finding out.

Complete listing of supplemental first round selections after the jump…

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2010 MLB Draft Day Two Big Board

  1. Oviedo HS (FL) RHP AJ Cole
  2. Harvard Westlake HS (CA) OF Austin Wilson
  3. St. Edward HS (OH) RHP Stetson Allie
  4. Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman
  5. San Diego JR RHP Kyle Blair
  6. LHP James Paxton
  7. San Diego SO LHP Sammy Solis
  8. Arkansas JR RHP/OF Brett Eibner
  9. Aliso Niguel HS (CA) C Stefan Sabol
  10. Torrance HS (CA) OF Angelo Gumbs
  11. Barbe HS (LA) 3B Garin Cecchini
  12. Tattnall Square HS (GA) RHP DeAndre Smelter
  13. Tulane JR 3B Rob Segedin
  14. Florida State JR OF Tyler Holt
  15. Bonanza HS (NV) 3B Kris Bryant
  16. Pineview HS (UT) 3B Marcus Littlewood
  17. Martin HS (TX) OF Brian Ragira
  18. Georgia Tech JR 3B Derek Dietrich
  19. Virginia Tech JR OF Austin Wates
  20. Wabash Valley JC FR OF Mel Rojas
  21. Lakeland HS (FL) 3B Yordy Cabrera
  22. Fullerton Union HS (CA) 3B Dominic Ficociello
  23. San Diego State JR RHP Addison Reed
  24. Auburn JR OF Trent Mummey
  25. Louisville SO OF Stewart Ijames
  26. UCLA JR LHP Rob Rasmussen
  27. Community College of Southern Nevada RHP Donnie Roach
  28. Virginia Tech JR RHP Jesse Hahn
  29. Indiana State JR RHP Jake Petricka
  30. Rafael Lopez Landron HS (PR) OF Eddie Rosario
  31. Rancho Buena Vista HS (CA) 2B Tony Wolters
  32. Spanish Fork HS (UT) RHP Adam Duke
  33. Redwood Christian HS (CA) RHP AJ Vanegas
  34. Sierra Vista HS (NV) RHP Nick Kingham
  35. Upland HS (CA) RHP Scott Frazier
  36. Ohio JR OF Gauntlett Eldemire
  37. West Virginia JR 2B Jedd Gyorko
  38. Portland JR RHP Zach Varce
  39. Texas Tech JR RHP Chad Bettis
  40. Heritage HS (GA) C Tyler Austin
  41. Charlotte Christian HS (NC) Ty Linton
  42. Fullerton Union HS (CA) OF Michael Lorenzen
  43. Germantown Academy (PA) 2B Sean Coyle
  44. Wando HS (SC) RHP Drew Cisco
  45. Arizona State SO RHP/C Jordan Swagerty
  46. Oregon State JR LHP Josh Osich
  47. Grants Pass HS (OR) 3B Brandon Drury
  48. La Porte HS (TX) OF Kendrick Perkins
  49. Mater Dei HS (CA) OF Cory Hahn
  50. Wetumpka HS (AL) OF Reggie Golden
  51. St. Edward HS (OH) C Alex Lavisky
  52. La Costa Canyon HS (CA) C Will Swanner
  53. Cloverdale HS (CA) RHP Robby Rowland
  54. Hanahan HS (SC) RHP Bryce Hines
  55. Glendora HS (CA) RHP Adam Plutko
  56. Capistrano Valley HS (CA) RHP Brandon Brennan
  57. St. Paul HS (CA) RHP Gabriel Encinas
  58. Don Bosco Prep (NJ) RHP Eric Stevens
  59. Royal HS (CA) RHP Cody Buckel
  60. Heritage HS (TX) RHP Austin Kubitza
  61. Kansas State JR SS Carter Jurica
  62. Arkansas JR 1B Andy Wilkins
  63. Louisiana State JR C Micah Gibbs
  64. UCLA SO RHP Dan Klein
  65. Charleston Southern JR RHP/OF Tyler Thornburg
  66. Villanova SO C Matt Szczur
  67. West Oklahoma State JC SO OF Randolph Oduber
  68. South Carolina JR RHP Sam Dyson
  69. Chipola JC FR 2B LeVon Washington
  70. UC Riverside SO C Rob Brantly
  71. Auburn JR 1B Hunter Morris
  72. Pittsburgh JR 3B Joe Leonard
  73. Marina HS (CA) 3B Chad Lewis
  74. South Forsythe HS (GA) 2B Zach Alvord
  75. Virginia JR OF Jarrett Parker
  76. Louisiana State JR OF Leon Landry
  77. Jacksonville State JR OF Todd Cunningham
  78. St. Petersburg CC SO RHP Austin Wood
  79. Howard JC RHP Burch Smith
  80. Georgia JR RHP Justin Grimm
  81. Lakeland HS (FL) 1B Eric Arce
  82. Pepperdine SO RHP Cole Cook
  83. West Orange HS (FL) SS Mason Williams
  84. Archbishop Mitty HS (CA) SS James Roberts
  85. Richton HS (MS) SS Jacoby Jones
  86. Perpetuo Socorro HS (PR) SS Dickie Thon
  87. Oklahoma City JR 3B Matt Presley
  88. Stanford JR 2B Colin Walsh
  89. Duke JR SS Jake Lemmerman
  90. Flower Mound HS (TX) LHP Zak Adams
  91. Ashland HS (OR) RHP Ian Kendall
  92. Roswell HS (GA) RHP Andrew Smith
  93. Louisville SO 3B Phil Wunderlich
  94. UNC Wilmington JR C Cody Stanley
  95. Arkansas SO LHP Drew Smyly
  96. Louisville SR 1B Andrew Clark
  97. Texas JR C Cameron Rupp
  98. Kansas JR 3B Tony Thompson
  99. San Diego JR 3B Victor Sanchez
  100. Vanderbilt JR C Curt Casali
  101. Tennessee JR C Blake Forsythe
  102. Long Beach State JR SS Devin Lohman
  103. Felix Varela HS (FL) RHP John Barbato
  104. Bishop O’Dowd HS (CA) RHP Eric Jaffe
  105. Bullard HS (TX) RHP Nick Rumbelow
  106. Brazoswood HS (TX) RHP Tyler Green
  107. College Park HS (TX) RHP John Simms
  108. Blue Valley HS (KS) RHP Ryne Stanek
  109. Nitro HS (WV) RHP JR Bradley
  110. West Springfield HS (VA) RHP Bobby Wahl
  111. Suffern HS (NY) RHP Robbie Aviles
  112. Garey HS (CA) Vincent Velasquez
  113. Jefferson HS (IA) 2B Kellen Sweeney
  114. Wake Forest JR OF Steven Brooks
  115. Carl Albert HS (OK) C JT Realmuto
  116. Louisville SR 2B Adam Duvall
  117. Virginia JR 2B Phil Gosselin
  118. Barron Collier HS (FL) C Tyler Ross
  119. San Jacinton JC FR LHP Miguel Pena
  120. Bishop Eustace HS (NJ) C Greg Brodzinski
  121. Oregon State JR 3B Stefen Romero
  122. Fresno City College FR 3B David Rohm
  123. Coastal Carolina JR OF Rico Noel
  124. University HS (LA) 1B Austin Southall
  125. Elk Grove HS (CA) C Jake Rodriguez
  126. St. Mary’s Prep (MI) OF Korey Hall
  127. Carmel HS (IN) OF Conrad Gregor
  128. Michigan JR OF Ryan LaMarre
  129. Carroll HS (IN) OF Justin Glass
  130. Key West HS (FL) OF Michael Arencibia
  131. Los Osos HS (CA) C Jake Hernandez
  132. Miami JR LHP Chris Hernandez
  133. Florida JR LHP Kevin Chapman
  134. Alabama JR 2B Ross Wilson
  135. Alabama JR SS Josh Rutledge
  136. Mississippi State SR 1B Connor Powers
  137. Virginia Tech JR SS Tim Smalling
  138. Wichita State FR 3B Johnny Coy
  139. Texas State JR 3B Jason Martinson
  140. North Carolina State JR 3B Russell Wilson
  141. James Madison JR RHP Kevin Munson
  142. Oregon State JR OF Adalberto Santos
  143. Coastal Carolina JR 3B Scott Woodward
  144. Rice JR SS Rick Hague
  145. Tennessee JR LHP Bryan Morgado
  146. San Clemente HS (CA) C Aaron Jones
  147. Monterey HS (TX) C Tyler Pearson
  148. Bishop Moore HS (FL) LHP Jimmy Hodgskin
  149. Chandler HS (OK) RHP Jonathan Gray
  150. Bartlett HS (TN) RHP Taylor Morton
  151. Northwood HS (CA) RHP Zach Weiss
  152. Blue Valley Northwest HS (KS) RHP Jason Adam
  153. Pequannock Township HS (NJ) RHP Jordan Tabakman
  154. Jesuit HS (CA) RHP Dan Child
  155. TC Robertson HS (NC) SS Joel McKeithan
  156. Tennessee Tech JR 1B AJ Kirby-Jones
  157. Santana HS (CA) RHP Kyle Hayes
  158. Covington HS (LA) RHP Randy LeBlanc
  159. Grandview HS (CO) RHP Kevin Gausman
  160. Clearwater HS (FL) SS Sean O’Brien
  161. Cerritos CC SO 2B Joe Terry
  162. Brentwood HS (TN) LHP Robbie Ray
  163. Defiance HS (OH) RHP Dace Kime
  164. Centennial HS (NV) RHP Michael Wagner
  165. Northwood HS (NC) RHP Austin Brice
  166. Germantown Academy (PA) RHP Keenan Kish
  167. Catawba SR OF Wade Moore
  168. Catawba SR OF Craige Lyerly
  169. Yavapai JC SO DeMarcus Tidwell
  170. Granite City (IN) C Jake Depew
  171. Tampa Catholic HS (FL) C Shane Rowland
  172. Orangefield HS (TX) C Jacob Felts
  173. James Madison JR SS David Herbek
  174. Riverdale HS (FL) OF Kyle Waldrop
  175. San Jacinto SO OF Randall Thorpe
  176. Miami-Dade SO OF Jabari Blash
  177. Virginia JR OF Dan Grovatt
  178. Martin Luther King HS (GA) OF Trey Griffin
  179. Fayette County HS (GA) Niko Goodrum
  180. North Gwinnett HS (GA) OF Chris Hawkins
  181. Union Grove HS (GA) OF Jordan Akins
  182. Northside HS (GA) OF Kevin Jordan
  183. Oregon State JR LHP Tanner Robles
  184. North Carolina State JR RHP Jake Buchanan
  185. Virginia SR SS Tyler Cannon
  186. Azusa Pacific SR 3B Ryan Delgado
  187. Florida Southern JR 2B Wade Kirkland
  188. California JR 2B BJ Guinn
  189. Georgia Tech JR RHP Kevin Jacob
  190. Ball State SO RHP Perci Garner
  191. Northeast Texas CC SO RHP Zach Cates
  192. SUNY Oneonta JR RHP Dave Filak
  193. The Lakes HS (IN) LHP DJ Snelten
  194. Farragut HS (TN) RHP Nick Williams
  195. Dowling Catholic HS (IA) RHP Jonathan Musser
  196. Legacy HS (CO) RHP Kevin Walter
  197. Effingham HS (IN) RHP Chad Green
  198. Linden HS (CA) RHP Aaron Judge
  199. Poway HS (CA) RHP Evan Thomas
  200. Terry HS (MS) OF Deshun Dixon
  201. University HS (FL) LHP Justin Nicolino
  202. South Harrison HS (MO) LHP Jordan Shipers
  203. South Doyle HS (TN) 3B Matt Kirkland
  204. Pope HS (GA) 2B Steve Wilkerson
  205. Whitewaster HS (GA) 2B D’Monte Grissom
  206. Brooks-DeBartolo HS (FL) 2B JD Williams
  207. Great Oak HS (CA) 2B Brad Salgado
  208. Burbank HS (CA) 2B Lonnie Kauppila
  209. Floyd Central HS (IN) RHP Jeff Thompson
  210. Mount Zion HS (IN) RHP Ryan Hartman
  211. Weathernford HS (OK) LHP Dillon Overton
  212. Tampa Jesuit HS (FL) LHP Daniel Gibson
  213. Redlands East Valley HS (CA) LHP Griffin Murphy
  214. Amherst Regional HS (MA) LHP Kevin Ziomek
  215. South City North HS (IA) 3B Damek Tomscha
  216. Lower Columbia FR RHP Jeff Ames
  217. Michigan JR RHP Tyler Burgoon
  218. Coastal Carolina SR C Jose Iglesias
  219. Santa Clara SR C Tommy Medica
  220. Kent Denver HS (CO) C Paul Donahue
  221. Scripps Ranch HS (CA) C Wynston Sawyer
  222. Lassiter HS (GA) C Brandon Stephens
  223. Chaparral HS (AZ) SS James McDonald
  224. Severna Park HS (MD) SS Kyle Convissar
  225. Wayne County HS (MS) SS DeMarcus Henderson
  226. Wheeler HS (GA) OF DK Carey
  227. Mahwah HS (NJ) OF Anthony D’Alessandro
  228. Silverado HS (NV) OF Drew Robinson
  229. Boonville HS (MO) OF Chuckie Jones
  230. Portsmouth HS (NH) 1B Mike Montville
  231. East Carolina SR 1B Kyle Roller
  232. Gahr HS (CA) OF Brenton Allen
  233. Copiah Academy (MS) C Hunter Renfroe
  234. Joliet Township HS (IN) C Mike Hollenbeck
  235. Eastside Catholic HS (WA) RHP Sam Lindquist
  236. Kempner HS (TX) RHP Trevor Teykl
  237. Hopkinsville HS (KY) RHP Justin Hageman
  238. Mill Creek HS (GA) RHP Matt Grimes
  239. Xavier HS (IA) RHP Jon Keller
  240. Hueneme HS (CA) RHP Jesus Valdez
  241. Oxnard FR OF Harper White
  242. Rutgers JR 2B Brandon Boykin
  243. Tennessee JR 3B Matt Duffy
  244. Kansas SR 2B Robby Price
  245. Kentucky JR 2B Chris Bisson
  246. Texas Tech JR RHP Bobby Doran
  247. Houston SO RHP Michael Goodnight
  248. Virginia Tech SO RHP Mathew Price
  249. Texas Christian SR C Bryan Holaday
  250. Clemson JR OF Jeff Schaus
  251. Bowling Green JR RHP Brennan Smith
  252. Wichita State SO RHP Jordan Cooper
  253. Georgia State JR RHP David Buchanan
  254. Eloisa Pascual HS (PR) C Roberto Pena
  255. George Washington HS (NY) SS Mike Antonio
  256. North Hunterdon HS (NJ) OF Tom Zengel
  257. Eldorado HS (NM) OF Sam Wilson
  258. Galena HS (NV) OF Brian Pointer
  259. Red Bank Regional HS (NJ) OF Jake Kalish
  260. Highline HS (UT) OF Ryan Brett
  261. Graham HS (NC) C Matt Roberts
  262. Nebraska City HS (NE) LHP Logan Ehlers
  263. Santa Margarita HS (CA) LHP Kyle Richter
  264. Rancho Cucamonga HS (CA) RHP Austin Reed
  265. Rocky Mountain HS (CO) Marco Gonzales
  266. Pennsauken HS (NJ) LHP Rolando Gautier
  267. Oak Hills HS (OH) LHP Joel Bender
  268. Sinclair HS (Ontario) LHP Evan Grills
  269. Hillcrest HS (AL) C Case Nixon
  270. Rutgers JR OF Pat Biserta
  271. California JR OF Mark Canha
  272. Florida Southern JR RHP Daniel Tillman
  273. Texas Christian SR 1B Matt Curry
  274. Georgia Tech SR 1B Tony Plagman
  275. Louisiana State SR 1B Blake Dean
  276. Charlotte Christian HS (NC) 3B Jake Watson
  277. Pinnacle HS (AZ) 1B TC Mark
  278. Poquoson HS (VA) SS Chad Pinder
  279. Clemson JR RHP Josh Thrailkill
  280. Alabama SR 1B Clay Jones
  281. Washington JR 1B Troy Scott
  282. Clemson SO 3B John Hinson
  283. Missouri SR OF Aaron Senne
  284. Arizona State SO SS Drew Maggi
  285. Southern JR 2B Curtis Wilson
  286. Turner Ashley HS (VA) 2B Ty McFarland
  287. East Carolina JR OF Devin Harris
  288. Texas JR OF Kevin Keyes
  289. Auburn JR OF Kevin Patterson
  290. Pacific JR OF Nick Longmire
  291. Murrieta Valley HS (CA) RHP Sebastian Santos
  292. Sahuaro HS (AZ) RHP Jake Cole
  293. Florida State JR LHP John Gast
  294. Rutgers JR OF Jaren Matthews
  295. Auburn JR OF Brian Fletcher
  296. Ohio JR OF Robert Maddox
  297. Forrest City HS (AR) RHP Barrett Astin
  298. Nebraska JR RHP Michael Mariot
  299. Sam Houston State JR RHP Dallas Gallant
  300. Texas-Arlington JR RHP Rett Varner

2010 MLB Draft Day One Big Board

So excited! I thought about breaking out the gigantic version of the big board, but instead will stick with our first day only board for now. Tonight 50 players are going to get picked. I don’t think they will be the 50 guys listed below, of course, but that doesn’t stop me from thinking they are the best 50 players in this year’s draft. My personal 2010 MLB Draft Day One Big Board…
  1. Community College of Southern Nevada FR C Bryce Harper
  2. The Woodlands HS (TX) RHP Jameson Taillon
  3. Oviedo HS (FL) RHP AJ Cole
  4. Chipley HS RHP Karsten Whitson
  5. Harvard Westlake HS (CA) OF Austin Wilson
  6. Archbishop McCarthy HS (FL) 3B Nick Castellanos
  7. St. Edward HS (OH) RHP Stetson Allie
  8. North Carolina JR RHP Matt Harvey
  9. Florida Gulf Coast LHP Chris Sale
  10. Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman
  11. Georgia Tech JR RHP Deck McGuire
  12. Cowan HS (IN) C Justin O’Conner
  13. Brito Private HS (FL) SS Manny Machado
  14. Bishop Blanchet HS (WA) OF Josh Sale
  15. San Diego JR RHP Kyle Blair
  16. LHP James Paxton
  17. Ohio State JR RHP Alex Wimmers
  18. San Diego SO LHP Sammy Solis
  19. Mississippi JR LHP Drew Pomeranz
  20. Maranatha HS (CA) RHP Dylan Covey
  21. Texas Arlington JR OF Michael Choice
  22. Arkansas JR RHP/OF Brett Eibner
  23. Louisiana State JR RHP Anthony Ranaudo
  24. Ball State JR 2B Kolbrin Vitek
  25. Miami JR C Yasmani Grandal
  26. The Citadel JR RHP Asher Wojchiechowski
  27. Cook County HS (GA) 3B Kaleb Cowart
  28. Aliso Niguel HS (CA) C Stefan Sabol
  29. Torrance HS (CA) OF Angelo Gumbs
  30. Barbe HS (LA) 3B Garin Cecchini
  31. East Coweta HS (GA) RHP Cameron Bedrosian
  32. Dana Hills HS (CA) RHP Peter Tago
  33. Tattnall Square HS (GA) RHP DeAndre Smelter
  34. Germantown Friends HS (PA) LHP Jesse Biddle
  35. Henderson HS (TX) RHP Tyrell Jenkins
  36. Tulane JR 3B Rob Segedin
  37. Arkansas SO 3B Zack Cox
  38. Florida State JR OF Tyler Holt
  39. Bonanza HS (NV) 3B Kris Bryant
  40. Pineview HS (UT) 3B Marcus Littlewood
  41. Marietta HS (GA) OF Chevez Clarke
  42. Martin HS (TX) OF Brian Ragira
  43. Westlake HS (CA) 1B Christian Yelich
  44. Georgia Tech JR 3B Derek Dietrich
  45. Virginia Tech JR OF Austin Wates
  46. Cal State Fullerton JR SS Christian Colon
  47. Wabash Valley JC FR OF Mel Rojas
  48. Lakeland HS (FL) 3B Yordy Cabrera
  49. Fullerton Union HS (CA) 3B Dominic Ficociello
  50. Yucaipa HS (CA) RHP Taijuan Walker
  51. McKinney HS (TX) RHP Zach Lee

2010 MLB Draft: Top 201 College Prospects

I have no idea how I decided to stop at 200, but I figured at some point lists like this get unwieldy. Check the post right below for the matching list for prep players and be sure to read later on to see the complete board…

  1. Community College of Southern Nevada FR C Bryce Harper
  2. North Carolina JR RHP Matt Harvey
  3. Texas JR RHP Brandon Workman
  4. Georgia Tech JR RHP Deck McGuire
  5. San Diego JR RHP Kyle Blair
  6. LHP James Paxton
  7. Ohio State JR RHP Alex Wimmers
  8. San Diego SO LHP Sammy Solis
  9. Mississippi JR LHP Drew Pomeranz
  10. Texas Arlington JR OF Michael Choice
  11. Arkansas JR RHP/OF Brett Eibner
  12. Louisiana State JR RHP Anthony Ranaudo
  13. Ball State JR 2B Kolbrin Vitek
  14. Miami JR C Yasmani Grandal
  15. The Citadel JR RHP Asher Wojchiechowski
  16. Tulane JR 3B Rob Segedin
  17. Arkansas SO 3B Zack Cox
  18. Florida State JR OF Tyler Holt
  19. Georgia Tech JR 3B Derek Dietrich
  20. Virginia Tech JR OF Austin Wates
  21. Cal State Fullerton JR SS Christian Colon
  22. Wabash Valley JC FR OF Mel Rojas
  23. San Diego State JR RHP Addison Reed
  24. Auburn JR OF Trent Mummey
  25. Louisville SO OF Stewart Ijames
  26. Middle Tennessee State JR OF Bryce Brentz
  27. UCLA JR LHP Rob Rasmussen
  28. Community College of Southern Nevada RHP Donnie Roach
  29. Virginia Tech JR RHP Jesse Hahn
  30. Indiana State JR RHP Jake Petricka
  31. Texas A&M JR RHP Barret Loux
  32. Ohio JR OF Gauntlett Eldemire
  33. West Virginia JR 2B Jedd Gyorko
  34. Portland JR RHP Zach Varce
  35. Texas Tech JR RHP Chad Bettis
  36. Clemson JR OF Kyle Parker
  37. Minnesota JR C Mike Kvasnicka
  38. Arizona State SO RHP/C Jordan Swagerty
  39. Oregon State JR LHP Josh Osich
  40. Kansas State JR SS Carter Jurica
  41. Arkansas JR 1B Andy Wilkins
  42. Louisiana State JR C Micah Gibbs
  43. UCLA SO RHP Dan Klein
  44. Charleston Southern JR RHP/OF Tyler Thornburg
  45. Villanova SO C Matt Szczur
  46. West Oklahoma State JC SO OF Randolph Oduber
  47. South Carolina JR RHP Sam Dyson
  48. Chipola JC FR 2B LeVon Washington
  49. UC Riverside SO C Rob Brantly
  50. Auburn JR 1B Hunter Morris
  51. Pittsburgh JR 3B Joe Leonard
  52. Virginia JR OF Jarrett Parker
  53. Louisiana State JR OF Leon Landry
  54. Jacksonville State JR OF Todd Cunningham
  55. St. Petersburg CC SO RHP Austin Wood
  56. Howard JC RHP Burch Smith
  57. Georgia JR RHP Justin Grimm
  58. Arizona State JR RHP Seth Blair
  59. Pepperdine SO RHP Cole Cook
  60. Oklahoma City JR 3B Matt Presley
  61. Stanford JR 2B Colin Walsh
  62. Duke JR SS Jake Lemmerman
  63. Louisville SO 3B Phil Wunderlich
  64. UNC Wilmington JR C Cody Stanley
  65. Arkansas SO LHP Drew Smyly
  66. Louisville SR 1B Andrew Clark
  67. Texas JR C Cameron Rupp
  68. Kansas JR 3B Tony Thompson
  69. San Diego JR 3B Victor Sanchez
  70. Connecticut JR 3B Mike Olt
  71. Vanderbilt JR C Curt Casali
  72. Tennessee JR C Blake Forsythe
  73. Long Beach State JR SS Devin Lohman
  74. Wake Forest JR OF Steven Brooks
  75. Louisville SR 2B Adam Duvall
  76. Virginia JR 2B Phil Gosselin
  77. San Jacinton JC FR LHP Miguel Pena
  78. Oregon State JR 3B Stefen Romero
  79. Fresno City College FR 3B David Rohm
  80. Coastal Carolina JR OF Rico Noel
  81. Cal State Fullerton JR OF Gary Brown
  82. Michigan JR OF Ryan LaMarre
  83. Miami JR LHP Chris Hernandez
  84. Florida JR LHP Kevin Chapman
  85. Alabama JR 2B Ross Wilson
  86. Alabama JR SS Josh Rutledge
  87. Mississippi State SR 1B Connor Powers
  88. Virginia Tech JR SS Tim Smalling
  89. Wichita State FR 3B Johnny Coy
  90. Texas State JR 3B Jason Martinson
  91. North Carolina State JR 3B Russell Wilson
  92. James Madison JR RHP Kevin Munson
  93. Oregon State JR OF Adalberto Santos
  94. Coastal Carolina JR 3B Scott Woodward
  95. Rice JR SS Rick Hague
  96. Tennessee JR LHP Bryan Morgado
  97. Tennessee Tech JR 1B AJ Kirby-Jones
  98. Cerritos CC SO 2B Joe Terry
  99. Catawba SR OF Wade Moore
  100. Catawba SR OF Craige Lyerly
  101. Yavapai JC SO DeMarcus Tidwell
  102. James Madison JR SS David Herbek
  103. San Jacinto SO OF Randall Thorpe
  104. Miami-Dade SO OF Jabari Blash
  105. Virginia JR OF Dan Grovatt
  106. Oregon State JR LHP Tanner Robles
  107. North Carolina State JR RHP Jake Buchanan
  108. Virginia SR SS Tyler Cannon
  109. Azusa Pacific SR 3B Ryan Delgado
  110. Florida Southern JR 2B Wade Kirkland
  111. California JR 2B BJ Guinn
  112. Georgia Tech JR RHP Kevin Jacob
  113. Ball State SO RHP Perci Garner
  114. Northeast Texas CC SO RHP Zach Cates
  115. SUNY Oneonta JR RHP Dave Filak
  116. Lower Columbia FR RHP Jeff Ames
  117. Michigan JR RHP Tyler Burgoon
  118. Coastal Carolina SR C Jose Iglesias
  119. Santa Clara SR C Tommy Medica
  120. East Carolina SR 1B Kyle Roller
  121. Oxnard FR OF Harper White
  122. Rutgers JR 2B Brandon Boykin
  123. Tennessee JR 3B Matt Duffy
  124. Kansas SR 2B Robby Price
  125. Kentucky JR 2B Chris Bisson
  126. Texas Tech JR RHP Bobby Doran
  127. Houston SO RHP Michael Goodnight
  128. Virginia Tech SO RHP Mathew Price
  129. Texas Christian SR C Bryan Holaday
  130. Clemson JR OF Jeff Schaus
  131. Bowling Green JR RHP Brennan Smith
  132. Wichita State SO RHP Jordan Cooper
  133. Georgia State JR RHP David Buchanan
  134. Rutgers JR OF Pat Biserta
  135. California JR OF Mark Canha
  136. Florida Southern JR RHP Daniel Tillman
  137. Texas Christian SR 1B Matt Curry
  138. Georgia Tech SR 1B Tony Plagman
  139. Louisiana State SR 1B Blake Dean
  140. Clemson JR RHP Josh Thrailkill
  141. Alabama SR 1B Clay Jones
  142. Washington JR 1B Troy Scott
  143. Clemson SO 3B John Hinson
  144. Missouri SR OF Aaron Senne
  145. Arizona State SO SS Drew Maggi
  146. Southern JR 2B Curtis Wilson
  147. East Carolina JR OF Devin Harris
  148. Texas JR OF Kevin Keyes
  149. Auburn JR OF Kevin Patterson
  150. Pacific JR OF Nick Longmire
  151. Florida State JR LHP John Gast
  152. Rutgers JR OF Jaren Matthews
  153. Auburn JR OF Brian Fletcher
  154. Ohio JR OF Robert Maddox
  155. Nebraska JR RHP Michael Mariot
  156. Sam Houston State JR RHP Dallas Gallant
  157. Texas-Arlington JR RHP Rett Varner
  158. San Jacinto JC RHP Clay Schrader
  159. Virginia JR RHP Tyler Wilson
  160. Louisville JR RHP Thomas Royse
  161. South Florida JR RHP Randy Fontanez
  162. Fresno State JR SS Danny Muno
  163. Cal State Fullerton JR 2B Corey Jones
  164. North Carolina JR C Jesse Wierzbicki
  165. Boston College JR 1B Mickey Wiswall
  166. Canisius JR 2B Steve McQuail
  167. Clemson SR 2B Mike Freeman
  168. Miami SR 2B Scott Lawson
  169. Mt. Hood CC SO 1B Taylor Ard
  170. Tampa JR OF Jared Simon
  171. Sonoma State JR OF Kyle Jones
  172. Florida Southern SR OF Trae Gore
  173. North Carolina JR RHP Colin Bates
  174. Eastern Illinois JR RHP Josh Mueller
  175. Minnesota JR RHP Seth Rosin
  176. East Carolina JR SS Dustin Harrington
  177. Alabama SR 3B Jake Smith
  178. Georgia Southern SR 2B AJ Wirnsberger
  179. College of Charleston SR 2B Joey Bergman
  180. Florida JR 2B Josh Adams
  181. San Diego SR RHP AJ Griffin
  182. Mississippi SR RHP Aaron Barrett
  183. Vanderbilt JR RHP Taylor Hill
  184. Oregon SR RHP Justin LaTempa
  185. Oregon State JR RHP Greg Peavey
  186. Georgia SO RHP Michael Palazzone
  187. Central Florida SR OF Chris Duffy
  188. Furman JR 3B Brian Harrison
  189. San Francisco JR 3B Stephen Yarrow
  190. James Madison JR RHP Turner Phelps
  191. Missouri JR RHP Nick Tepesch
  192. Long Beach State JR RHP Jake Thompson
  193. Loyola Marymount SO RHP Martin Viramontes
  194. California SO RHP Dixon Anderson
  195. Boston College JR LHP Pat Dean
  196. Bucknell SR OF Andrew Brouse
  197. North Carolina State JR C Chris Schaeffer
  198. Nebraska-Omaha JR OF Ryan Hook
  199. Oklahoma SO 3B Garrett Buechele
  200. Lewis-Clark State JR C Kawika Emsley-Pai
  201. Community College of Southern Nevada SO RHP Tyler Hanks