Sunday, June 10, 2012

2012 Draft Thoughts : Mostly post 10th round guys

Angels:
Hmm..sign Jorge Soler since you had nothing to spend here.

Oakland:
B.J. Boyd has plus speed and is built like a running back. Imagine a stronger Ben Revere with less speed. I really like him in the 4th.
Matt Gonzalez joins the slough of very good players drafted in the 11th round in case teams have extra money to spend.

Mariners:
Isaiah Yates could be intersting because he has potential, he's uncommitted and was taken in the 17th round. He would be one of the better guys to throw a little exta cash at to get signed.
Mike Yastrzemski is one of those Yaz's. He is carl's son.
Logan Seifrit, Brett Lilek, Grayson Long and especially James Kaprielian could be worth extra cash if they have it.

Texas:
I wouldn't go so far as to say they won't sign Winston. They could throw 100K at him and only expect him to play some baseball in the summer and keep his options open in case football doesn't work out. He could be the only college football player in Florida with a sweet ride that is doing it the right way.
Chase Mullins is my overslot pick here. Big kid is going to Kentucky probably but he could be a top of the draft guy in 3 years.
Ryan Burr would be my other over slot target. He's an Arizona State guy but he'd be worth some extra coin.

White Sox:
Eric Jaffe is an arm to watch. He never took off at UCLA but he has big potential. Abe Ruiz is a solid college power hitter and could put up big power numbers. He is more likely an Org guy though.
Storm Throne climbed draft boards last fall but fell this spring. He could be one to watch. Also has an awesome name.

Indians:
Caleb Hamrick is a name to watch. Huge power potential. Big country strong kid..haha.
Nelson Rodriguez in the 15th has had Ramon Castro comps and is a very good hitter. He’s big to stick at catcher but I like him a lot.

Tigers:
I like what they did later in the draft. It will be interesting who they get signed. Devon Travis is a good college bat and could be a good sign. Hunter Scantling is a solid bullpen arm and is likely a major leaguer.
Dylan LaVelle has big potential and could be an impact player at Oregon State if he doesn’t sign. Will Clinard and Logan Ehlers are both good college arms. Ehlers was the best prospect out of Nebraska two years ago and would have likely been their ace this year had political crap not got in the way.
Zach Kirksey, Tyler Hanover and Connor Harrell are also good college bats that should be signable.
Clate Schmidt is likely Clemson bound but would be a coup if they could sign him.

Royals:
Selman has always been underwhelming but has been much more consistent lately and strength and conditioning could help him a ton.
Alfredo Escalera-Maldonado is the youngest player drafted, I believe. He has good hitting ability and is also good defensively. He has a plus arm and can run. He may be a steal in the 8th round.
Austin Fairchild could be worth throwing some extra cash at if available after the top 10 guys are signed.

Twins:
Erich Knab is an interesting guy that could be worth some of the extra cash if they have it.
James Marvel fits in that area as well.
Jared Grundy is an arm I’ve seen a few times this spring that I like.

Cubs:
Blake Hickman has a local tie and could be a good signing. He is a very good athlete with an Iowa commit.
Rhett Wiseman was a 1st round talent for some but his Vanderbilt commitment and lack of polish scared most off. He would be my target with extra bonus money.
Clayton Crum is a sleeper for me. He’ll go to Oregon if he doesn’t sign this summer.

Reds:
Jeremy Kivel is the sleeper in the top 10 rounds. He can hit mid 90’s but has had knee issues and blew out his ACL. He is raw but you can’t teach 95 MPH. I don’t see him that much different that Travieso, honestly.
College OF’s Adam Matthews and Kyle Wren are personal favorites.
Brock Dykxhoorn is the guy to target with extra cash, if they have it.

Astros:
Wow. Great job. Brett Phillips could be a great sign if they can get him. Hunter Virant could essentially be another supplemental type pick but that will take some skill to sign but I think they can get Virant, Hinojosa or Mitchell Traver. All were supplemental type players at one point or another but I think Virant is the best target. Traver will be an impact arm at TCU while Hinojosa could be an impact player for Texas as soon as his freshman year.

Brewers:
Buck Farmer should have went 10 rounds earlier.
Ty Duffy is another solid college arm.
No big overslot guys. Mark McCoy could be interesting.

Pirates:
Jon Sandfort is a great pick who would be a higher pick in 3 years out of Florida.
Kevin Ross is another pick that interests me. He is Michigan’s best recruit.
Walker Buehler is a good overslot target.
Tyler Gaffney is a great athlete that could be a top of the draft guy if he would have focused on baseball instead of football as well. He is inconsistent but he has a clue how to play and that is more than some two sport guys.
Jackson McClelland and Zarley Zalewski are also guys I’ve heard good things about.

Cardinals:
They have signed a ton of players already after the 10th. No big names though.
I love the Ramsey pick at the top where they should save 800K to 1 million and could help sign Kelly. I would bet they sign him and use the rest to throw at Trey Williams, who is a 1st round talent this time last year. If he doesn’t get it, Max Foody should get it. He is committed to Florida State where WIlliams is a Pepperdine commit.


Diamondbacks:Eckels is the only name after the 10th that jumps out to me.

Rockies: Matt Carasiti is another good name. He has a low 90’s fastball with good movement.
T.J. Oakes has a good arm and is the best college player in Minnesota.
Anthony Seise is a high ceiling guy. He’s 6’3", 185 and could pay big dividends if he signs. He is committed to State College of Florida so he may not be too hard to sign.
Ryan Garvey is another interesting name. He isn’t a big potential guy but was a top 10 round guy last year. He didn’t take well to college, so I would think he would be signable.
Dansby Swanson could be a top 3 round guy in 3 years.

Dodgers: C.J. Saylor could be a very good sign if they want to throw some cash at a late rounder.

Padres:
Brian Adams in the 8th is a very interesting pick. He is one of the best athletes in the draft and could be very interesting if he focuses on baseball. The skills are pretty good but he has a lot of swing and miss.
Kevin McCanna could be a good late round target.

Giants:
Ryan Tella is a really good hitter in the 11th.
Drew Jackson could be a top 3 round guy in 3 years.



Orioles:
Ryan Ripken is an obvious name to point out. Cal's son isn't a great prospect but he can hit a little.
I like Creede Simpson in the 25th. He is a solid college bar.


Red Sox:
Carson Fulmer and Alex Bregman are obvious favorites.
Jake Davies in an atheltic 1B that has a decent arm and could fall back to the mound but I think he has quite a bit at the plate that he hasn't proven yet.
Shaq Thompson is very raw but is an extraordinary athlete. He may be a two sport guy at Washington but he could be intriguing.
Holy, Khiry Cooper got drafted.  Another football player.
Kurt Schluter has been up to 94 in the past but who knows if that will happen again.
The name I like past the Bregman and Fuller is Xavier Turner. He is a Vanderbilt commit and man can he swing the bat. He could be an impact 3B at Vandy.


Yankees:
I like the Taylor Dugas pick. He is fun to watch.
Vince Jackson and Jose Mesa are intriguing names.
Ty Moore showed his skills at the NHSI this year including a big home run. He is intriguing.
Raph Rhymes had an amazing season at LSU but will likely go back now.
Eric Erickson has survived TWO Tommy John surgeries already and really knows how to pitch. He is 84-88 but I love the story and hope he does well in the minors.


Rays:
Dylan Floro was a top recruit in '09 but has regressed at Cal State Fullerton.
Tommy Coyle was a top recruit as well and had a poor season at UNC.


Blue Jays:
Ryan Kellogg was probably the best player from Canada this year.
Cole Irvin is a projectable lefty that could be a top pick in 3 years at Oregon.
Brandon Lopez doesn't get much love for what he could be. He could be a power hitting 3B with plus defense. He should be an impact player at Miami.


Braves:
Elander is underrated. He could be a solid backup catcher with a decent bat.
Fernelys Sanchez could still sign or would be eligible again next year. He is committed to Central Arizona CC. They could give him 300K without a cap penalty if everyone else is at slot or less. They are 175k under right now, so he could be an option.
Braden Bishop, Giovanni Brusa and especially Sean McLaughlin. He is a great athlete who could be an impact player at Georgia.


Marlins:
Ron Miller is one of the better power hitters in California.
Cody Gunter has an impressive bat and I would like to see him in pro ball. He is the top target I see after the 10th round.


Mets:
Tomas Nido has a great bat but I'm not sure he's a catcher long term.
Jayce Boyd has never got a lot of hype but he's a solid bat and athletic enough to be a plus defender at 1B.
Stefan Sabol was once a potential 1st rounder but two years and injuries have slowed him but the power is still there. He could be an intriguing signing.
I like Mikey White as an athletic high school kid and would be my over slot signing target.


Phillies:
Steven Golden is a good late round pick. I don't think he is committed anywhere and could be an interesting signing.
Daniel Starwalt is a Stanford commit and Eric Hanhold is a Florida guy. Both could be top picks after 3 years of college.


Nationals:
Freddy Avis, Skye Blot and Cody Poteet were all supplemental type talents. I really don't think they can sign any of these guys but they are good choices just in case.

More Draft Thoughts


Orioles:
Ryan Ripken is an obvious name to point out. Cal's son isn't a great prospect but he can hit a little.
I like Creede Simpson in the 25th. He is a solid college bar.

Red Sox:
Carson Fulmer and Alex Bregman are obvious favorites.
Jake Davies in an atheltic 1B that has a decent arm and could fall back to the mound but I think he has quite a bit at the plate that he hasn't proven yet.
Shaq Thompson is very raw but is an extraordinary athlete. He may be a two sport guy at Washington but he could be intriguing.
Holy, Khiry Cooper got drafted.  Another football player.
Kurt Schluter has been up to 94 in the past but who knows if that will happen again.
The name I like past the Bregman and Fuller is Xavier Turner. He is a Vanderbilt commit and man can he swing the bat. He could be an impact 3B at Vandy.

Yankees:
I like the Taylor Dugas pick. He is fun to watch.
Vince Jackson and Jose Mesa are intriguing names.
Ty Moore showed his skills at the NHSI this year including a big home run. He is intriguing.
Raph Rhymes had an amazing season at LSU but will likely go back now.
Eric Erickson has survived TWO Tommy John surgeries already and really knows how to pitch. He is 84-88 but I love the story and hope he does well in the minors.

Rays:
Dylan Floro was a top recruit in '09 but has regressed at Cal State Fullerton.
Tommy Coyle was a top recruit as well and had a poor season at UNC.

Blue Jays:
Ryan Kellogg was probably the best player from Canada this year.
Cole Irvin is a projectable lefty that could be a top pick in 3 years at Oregon.
Brandon Lopez doesn't get much love for what he could be. He could be a power hitting 3B with plus defense. He should be an impact player at Miami.


Braves:
Elander is underrated. He could be a solid backup catcher with a decent bat.
Fernelys Sanchez could still sign or would be eligible again next year. He is committed to Central Arizona CC. They could give him 300K without a cap penalty if everyone else is at slot or less. They are 175k under right now, so he could be an option.
Braden Bishop, Giovanni Brusa and especially Sean McLaughlin. He is a great athlete who could be an impact player at Georgia.

Marlins:
Ron Miller is one of the better power hitters in California.
Cody Gunter has an impressive bat and I would like to see him in pro ball. He is the top target I see after the 10th round.

Mets:
Tomas Nido has a great bat but I'm not sure he's a catcher long term.
Jayce Boyd has never got a lot of hype but he's a solid bat and athletic enough to be a plus defender at 1B.
Stefan Sabol was once a potential 1st rounder but two years and injuries have slowed him but the power is still there. He could be an intriguing signing.
I like Mikey White as an athletic high school kid and would be my over slot signing target.

Phillies:
Steven Golden is a good late round pick. I don't think he is committed anywhere and could be an interesting signing.
Daniel Starwalt is a Stanford commit and Eric Hanhold is a Florida guy. Both could be top picks after 3 years of college.

Nationals:
Freddy Avis, Skye Blot and Cody Poteet were all supplemental type talents. I really don't think they can sign any of these guys but they are good choices just in case.


Saturday, June 9, 2012

Random Draft Thoughts

I will write better team reports later but for now, these are mostly post 10th round comments:


Angels:
Hmm..sign Jorge Soler since you had nothing to spend here.

Oakland:
B.J. Boyd has plus speed and is built like a running back. Imagine a stronger Ben Revere with less speed. I really like him in the 4th.
Matt Gonzalez joins the slough of very good players drafted in the 11th round in case teams have extra money to spend.

Mariners:
Isaiah Yates could be intersting because he has potential, he's uncommitted and was taken in the 17th round. He would be one of the better guys to throw a little exta cash at to get signed.
Mike Yastrzemski is one of those Yaz's. He is carl's son.
Logan Seifrit, Brett Lilek, Grayson Long and especially James Kaprielian could be worth extra cash if they have it.

Texas:
I wouldn't go so far as to say they won't sign Winston. They could throw 100K at him and only expect him to play some baseball in the summer and keep his options open in case football doesn't work out. He could be the only college football player in Florida with a sweet ride that is doing it the right way.
Chase Mullins is my overslot pick here. Big kid is going to Kentucky probably but he could be a top of the draft guy in 3 years.
Ryan Burr would be my other over slot target. He's an Arizona State guy but he'd be worth some extra coin.

White Sox:
Eric Jaffe is an arm to watch. He never took off at UCLA but he has big potential. Abe Ruiz is a solid college power hitter and could put up big power numbers. He is more likely an Org guy though.
Storm Throne climbed draft boards last fall but fell this spring. He could be one to watch. Also has an awesome name.

Indians:
Caleb Hamrick is a name to watch. Huge power potential. Big country strong kid..haha.
Nelson Rodriguez in the 15th has had Ramon Castro comps and is a very good hitter. He’s big to stick at catcher but I like him a lot.

Tigers:
I like what they did later in the draft. It will be interesting who they get signed. Devon Travis is a good college bat and could be a good sign. Hunter Scantling is a solid bullpen arm and is likely a major leaguer.
Dylan LaVelle has big potential and could be an impact player at Oregon State if he doesn’t sign. Will Clinard and Logan Ehlers are both good college arms. Ehlers was the best prospect out of Nebraska two years ago and would have likely been their ace this year had political crap not got in the way.
Zach Kirksey, Tyler Hanover and Connor Harrell are also good college bats that should be signable.
Clate Schmidt is likely Clemson bound but would be a coup if they could sign him.

Royals:
Selman has always been underwhelming but has been much more consistent lately and strength and conditioning could help him a ton.
Alfredo Escalera-Maldonado is the youngest player drafted, I believe. He has good hitting ability and is also good defensively. He has a plus arm and can run. He may be a steal in the 8th round.
Austin Fairchild could be worth throwing some extra cash at if available after the top 10 guys are signed.

Twins:
Erich Knab is an interesting guy that could be worth some of the extra cash if they have it.
James Marvel fits in that area as well.
Jared Grundy is an arm I’ve seen a few times this spring that I like.

Cubs:
Blake Hickman has a local tie and could be a good signing. He is a very good athlete with an Iowa commit.
Rhett Wiseman was a 1st round talent for some but his Vanderbilt commitment and lack of polish scared most off. He would be my target with extra bonus money.
Clayton Crum is a sleeper for me. He’ll go to Oregon if he doesn’t sign this summer.

Reds:
Jeremy Kivel is the sleeper in the top 10 rounds. He can hit mid 90’s but has had knee issues and blew out his ACL. He is raw but you can’t teach 95 MPH. I don’t see him that much different that Travieso, honestly.
College OF’s Adam Matthews and Kyle Wren are personal favorites.
Brock Dykxhoorn is the guy to target with extra cash, if they have it.

Astros:
Wow. Great job. Brett Phillips could be a great sign if they can get him. Hunter Virant could essentially be another supplemental type pick but that will take some skill to sign but I think they can get Virant, Hinojosa or Mitchell Traver. All were supplemental type players at one point or another but I think Virant is the best target. Traver will be an impact arm at TCU while Hinojosa could be an impact player for Texas as soon as his freshman year.

Brewers:
Buck Farmer should have went 10 rounds earlier.
Ty Duffy is another solid college arm.
No big overslot guys. Mark McCoy could be interesting.

Pirates:
Jon Sandfort is a great pick who would be a higher pick in 3 years out of Florida.
Kevin Ross is another pick that interests me. He is Michigan’s best recruit.
Walker Buehler is a good overslot target.
Tyler Gaffney is a great athlete that could be a top of the draft guy if he would have focused on baseball instead of football as well. He is inconsistent but he has a clue how to play and that is more than some two sport guys.
Jackson McClelland and Zarley Zalewski are also guys I’ve heard good things about.

Cardinals:
They have signed a ton of players already after the 10th. No big names though.
I love the Ramsey pick at the top where they should save 800K to 1 million and could help sign Kelly. I would bet they sign him and use the rest to throw at Trey Williams, who is a 1st round talent this time last year. If he doesn’t get it, Max Foody should get it. He is committed to Florida State where WIlliams is a Pepperdine commit.


Diamondbacks:Eckels is the only name after the 10th that jumps out to me.

Rockies: Matt Carasiti is another good name. He has a low 90’s fastball with good movement.
T.J. Oakes has a good arm and is the best college player in Minnesota.
Anthony Seise is a high ceiling guy. He’s 6’3", 185 and could pay big dividends if he signs. He is committed to State College of Florida so he may not be too hard to sign.
Ryan Garvey is another interesting name. He isn’t a big potential guy but was a top 10 round guy last year. He didn’t take well to college, so I would think he would be signable.
Dansby Swanson could be a top 3 round guy in 3 years.

Dodgers: C.J. Saylor could be a very good sign if they want to throw some cash at a late rounder.

Padres:
Brian Adams in the 8th is a very interesting pick. He is one of the best athletes in the draft and could be very interesting if he focuses on baseball. The skills are pretty good but he has a lot of swing and miss.
Kevin McCanna could be a good late round target.

Giants:
Ryan Tella is a really good hitter in the 11th.
Drew Jackson could be a top 3 round guy in 3 years.

2012 Astros Shadow Draft


This is by far the toughest I have done in the three years I have been doing this. In the past, I took the best player available and didn't factor in signability. I just thought the checkbook would open up and pay the talent because the money was saved at the MLB level and this would replenish the farm system. 
This year, there is a limit to spending and I don't get to negotiate with the players. That is why I took the #2 player on my board with the #1 overall pick. I took Carlos Correa over Luc Giolito due to the fact I know he will sign for less than slot. The Astros also picked Lance McCullers, who was the top talent on my board in the supplemental round, so I took him as well. I know that the Astros will get these two signed.
After that I took targets. I like local product Mitchell Brown. Rio Ruiz slid due to an injury but is a top 2 round talent or better. I love Christian Walker and thought about taking him in the 3rd round. Then I took a couple senior signs that I know I could get signed and open up a little more cash for later picks. Then I was stumped. I didn't know what to do here. I didn't want more seniors and I have no idea which top talents were signable, so I looked at who other teams picked in this range. I love Tomas Nido's bat and I really expected Kevin Ross to go to school but they are the kinds of guys that are worth later picks here. Danny Poma is another senior I liked. Since the 10th round is only worth $125k, I took a chance on a top draft target.
After the top 10th, I loaded up on hard to sign talents and a few college and JC guys I like and see as signable. Not many though. I'm sure I won't get more than 15 guys from this draft signed. That's fine. I have a lot of talent in the system and one year like this won't hurt. I do need to look at doing it differently next season.
RoundOverallNamePosTeam
11Carlos CorreaSSHouston Astros
1s41Lance McCullersPHouston Astros
261Mitchell BrownPCincinnati Reds
396Rio Ruiz3BMiami Marlins
4129Christian Walker1BMinnesota Twins
5159Ross StriplingPNew York Mets
6189Taylor DugasOFNew York Yankees
7219Tomas NidoCSan Francisco Giants
8249Kevin RossSSWashington Nationals
9279Danny PomaOFArizona Diamondbacks
10309Hunter VirantPMinnesota Twins
11339Trey Williams3BToronto Blue Jays
12369Alex BregmanCArizona Diamondbacks
13399Clate SchmidtPTexas Rangers
14429Rhett WisemanOFBoston Red Sox
15459Dylan LaVelleSSLos Angeles Dodgers
16489James KaprielianPPittsburgh Pirates
17519Charles MoormanCTexas Rangers
18549Jharel CottonPCincinnati Reds
19579Connor HarrellOFSt. Louis Cardinals
20609Chase MullinsPSan Francisco Giants
21639Tyler HollsteggePOakland A's
22669Skye BoltOFNew York Mets
23699C.J. HinojosaSSBaltimore Orioles
24729David ThompsonOFTampa Bay Rays
25759Creede Simpson2BBaltimore Orioles
26789Mitchell TraverPArizona Diamondbacks
27819Cody PoteetPHouston Astros
28849Brandon LopezSSMilwaukee Brewers
29879Ryan GarveyOFSan Diego Padres
30909Xavier Turner3BPhiladelphia Phillies
31939Eric HanholdPSt. Louis Cardinals
32969James MarvelPHouston Astros
33999Braden BishopOFDetroit Tigers
341029Sean McLaughlinOFAtlanta Braves
351059Drew JacksonSSMiami Marlins
361089Dansby SwansonSSCleveland Indians
371119Kurt SchluterPSeattle Mariners
381149Grayson LongPMilwaukee Brewers
391179Darrell MillerCBaltimore Orioles
401209Taylor KaczmarekPMiami Marlins

Sunday, June 3, 2012

2012 MLB Draft Prospects - Top 400


Name POS 2012 Level AGE Bats Throws Height Weight STATE College
1 Lucas Giolito P HS 18 Right Right 6'6" 230 CA
2 Carlos Correa SS HS 17 Right Right 6'4" 185 PR
3 Mike Zunino C JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 220 FL Florida
4 Max Fried P HS 18 Left Left 6'3" 170 CA
5 Marcus Stroman P JR 21 Both Right 5'9" 180 NC Duke
6 Byron Buxton OF HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 175 GA
7 Kevin Gausman P SO 21 Left Right 6'4" 180 LA Louisiana State
8 Richie Shaffer 3B JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 190 SC Clemson
9 Albert Almora OF HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 170 FL
10 Courtney Hawkins OF HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 210 TX
11 Matthew Smoral P HS 18 Left Left 6'8" 225 OH
12 Gavin Cecchini SS HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 180 LA
13 Lance McCullers P HS 18 Left Right 6'2" 205 FL
14 Kyle Zimmer P JR 20 Right Right 6'3" 210 CA San Francisco
15 David Dahl OF HS 18 Left Right 6'2" 185 AL
16 Andrew Heaney P JR 21 Left Left 6'2" 180 OK Oklahoma State
17 Mark Appel P JR 21 Right Right 6'5" 190 CA Stanford
18 Walker Weickel P HS 18 Right Right 6'6" 205 FL
19 Ty Hensley P HS 18 Both Right 6'5" 220 OK
20 Lucas Sims P HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 195 GA
21 Zach Eflin P HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 200 FL
22 Chris Stratton P JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 195 MS Mississippi State
23 Michael Wacha P JR 21 Right Right 6'6" 210 TX Texas A&M
24 Trey Williams 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 210 CA
25 Stryker Trahan C HS 18 Left Right 6'1" 215 LA
26 Rio Ruiz 3B HS 18 Left Right 6'2" 195 CA
27 Deven Marrero SS JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 185 AZ Arizona State
28 Jose Orlando Berrios P HS 18 Right Right 6' 180 PR
29 Mitchell Brown P HS Right Right 6'1" 200 MN
30 Alex Bregman C HS 18 Right Right 6' 180 NM
31 Hunter Virant P HS 18 Right Left 6'3" 172 CA
32 Corey Seager 3B HS 18 Left Right 6'3" 190 NC
33 Joey Gallo 3B HS 18 Left Right 6'5" 205 NV
34 Addison Russell SS HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 210 FL
35 Austin Aune SS HS 18 Left Right 6'2" 190 TX
36 Jesmuel Valentin Diaz SS HS 18 Both Right 5'10" 180 PR
37 Clint Coulter C HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 215 WA
38 Anthony Alford OF HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 210 MS
39 Shane Watson P HS Right Right 6'4" 195 CA
40 Stephen Piscotty 3B JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 185 CA Stanford
41 Tyler Naquin OF JR 21 Left Right 6'1" 185 TX Texas A&M
42 James Ramsey OF SR 22 Left Right 6' 195 FL Florida State
43 Christian Walker 1B JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 215 SC South Carolina
44 Austin Maddox P JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 230 FL Florida
45 Nolan Fontana SS JR 21 Left Right 5'10" 185 FL Florida
46 Tanner Rahier SS HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 210 CA
47 Jesse Winker OF HS 18 Left Left 6'3" 195 FL
48 Clate Schmidt P HS 18 Both Right 6'2" 180 GA
49 Lewis Brinson OF HS 18 Right Right 6'4" 180 FL
50 Nick Williams OF HS 18 Left Left 6'3" 195 TX
51 Matt Olson 1B HS 18 Left Right 6'4" 225 GA
52 Tomas Nido C HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 200 PR
53 Victor Roache OF JR 20 Right Right 6'1" 225 GA Georgia Southern
54 Avery Romero 3B HS 19 Right Right 6' 200 FL
55 Fernando Perez 3B J1 Left Right 6'1" 190 AZ Central Arizona CC
56 Travis Jankowski OF JR 21 Left Right 6'2" 190 NY Stony Brook
57 Tyler Gonzales P HS 19 Right Right 6'2" 180 TX
58 Wyatt Mathisen C HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 215 TX
59 Pierce Johnson P JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 170 MO Missouri State
60 Brandon Thomas OF JR 21 Both Right 6'3" 205 GA Georgia Tech
61 Dane Phillips C SR 21 Left Right 6'1" 195 AR Arkansas
62 Mitch Nay 1B HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 195 AZ
63 D'Vone McClure OF HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 190 AR
64 Jake Barrett P JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 235 AZ Arizona State
65 Jeffrey Gelalich OF JR 21 Left Right 6'1" 180 CA UCLA
66 D.J. Davis 3B HS 18 Left Right 6' 170 MS Cal State Fullerton
67 Edwin Diaz P HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 165 PR
68 Adam Brett Walker 1B JR Right Right 6'5" 225 FL Jacksonville
69 Rhett Wiseman OF HS 18 Left Right 6'1" 195 MA
70 James Kaprielian P HS Right Right 6'2" 185 CA
71 Skye Bolt OF HS 18 Both Right 6'2" 175 GA
72 Brett Phillips OF HS Left Right 6' 165 FL
73 Fernelys Sanchez OF HS 18 Both Right 6'4" 200 NY
74 CJ Hinojosa SS HS 18 Right Right 5'11" 185 TX
75 Ty Buttrey P HS 19 Left Right 6'6" 210 NC
76 Daniel Robertson 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 190 CA
77 David Thompson OF HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 195 FL
78 Nick Travieso P HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 210 FL
79 Chris Beck P JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 210 GA Georgia Southern
80 Duane Underwood P HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 205 GA
81 Dylan Baker P J2 Right Right NV Western Nevada
82 Mitchell Traver P HS 18 Right Right 6'7" 235 TX
83 Bryan De La Rosa C HS 18 Right Right 5'9" 180 FL
84 Nelson Rodriguez C HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 220 NY
85 Sam Selman P JR 21 Right Left 6'2" 168 TN Vanderbilt
86 Mitch Haniger OF CA Cal Poly
87 Kevin Plawecki C JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 200 IN Purdue
88 Cody Poteet P HS 17 Right Right 6'1" 180 CA
89 Tony Renda 2B JR 21 Right Right 5'10" 170 CA California
90 Taylor Dugas OF SR 22 Left Left 5'8" 170 AL Alabama
91 Brandon Lopez SS HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 165 FL
92 Anthony Seise P HS Right Left 6'3" 185 FL
93 Jameis Winston OF HS 18 Both Right 6'4" 208 AL
94 Luke Bard P JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 180 GA Georgia Tech
95 J.T. Chargois P JR 21 Both Right 6'2" 200 TX Rice
96 Carson Kelly 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 200 OR
97 Mitchell Gueller OF HS Right Right 6'3" 205 WA
98 Nolan Gannon P HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 195 CA
99 Alec Rash P HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 190 IA
100 Teddy Stankiewicz P HS 18 Right Right 6'4" 190 TX
101 Brady Rodgers P JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 175 AZ Arizona State
102 Peter O'Brien C SR 22 Right Right 6'3" 215 FL Miami
103 Alex Wood P SO 21 Left Left 6'4" 205 GA Georgia
104 Barrett Barnes OF JR 20 Right Right 5'11" 195 TX Texas Tech
105 Kyle Twomey P HS 18 Left Left 6'3" 180 CA
106 Xavier Turner 3B HS Right Right 6'2" 212 OH
107 Taylore Cherry P HS 19 Right Right 6'9" 260 OH
108 Tom Murphy C JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 210 NY Buffalo
109 Jason Goldstein C HS 18 Right Right 6' 190 IL
110 Carson Fulmer P HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 185 FL
111 Ryan Burr P HS 18 Right Right 6'4" 215 CO
112 Walker Buehler P HS 17 Right Right 6'2" 160 KY
113 Cole Miller 1B HS Left Right 6'4" 225 GA
114 Patrick Wisdom 3B JR Right Right 6'2" 215 CA St. Mary’s
115 Josh Henderson OF HS 18 Left Left 6' 184 VA
116 Martin Agosta P JR Right Right 6'1" 185 CA St. Mary’s
117 Theo Alexander OF HS 17 Left Right 6'2" 195 WA Kirkland, WA
118 Eric Hanhold P HS Right Right 6'4" 175 FL
119 Kieran Lovegrove P HS Right Right 6'4" 180 CA
120 Branden Kline P JR 20 Right Right 6'3" 190 VA Virginia
121 Mac Williamson OF JR 22 Right Right 6'4" 240 NC Wake Forest
122 Ty Moore OF HS 19 Left Right 6' 190 CA
123 Brett Mooneyham P JR 22 Left Left 6'5" 220 CA Stanford
124 Adrian Sampson P J2 20 Right Right 6'3" 200 WA Bellevue CC
125 D.J. Baxendale P JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 190 AR Arkansas
126 Austin Schotts SS HS Right Right 5'11" 180 TX
127 Josh Elander C JR 21 Right Right 6' 205 TX TCU
128 Pat Light P JR 21 Right Right 6'5" 190 NJ Monmouth
129 Tyler Gaffney OF JR 21 Right Right 6' 210 CA Stanford
130 Jacob Stewart OF JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 210 CA Stanford
131 Luke Maile C JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 195 KY Kentucky
132 Kolby Copeland OF HS 18 Left Right 6'2" 186 LA
133 Damien Magnifico P JR 21 Both Right 6'2" 190 OK Oklahoma
134 Ron Miller 3B HS 18 Right Right 6' 200 CA
135 Keon Barnum 1B HS 19 Left Left 6'5" 225 FL
136 Kevin Brady P JR 21 Left Right 6'3" 195 SC Clemson
137 Kyle Hansen P JR 21 Right Right 6'8" 215 NY St. John's
138 Brian Johnson P JR 21 Left Left 6'3" 225 FL Florida
139 Steven Rodriguez P Left FL Florida
140 Nolan Sanburn P SO 21 Right Right 6' 190 AR Arkansas
141 Matt Price P JR 22 Right Right 6'2" 215 SC South Carolina
142 Damian Carroll P HS Right Right 6'3" 200 VA
143 Kayden Porter P HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 240 UT
144 Ryan McNeil P HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 205 CA
145 Max Foody P HS 19 Left Left 6'4" 224 FL Florida State
146 Jeremy Kivel P HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 200 TX
147 Tyler Pike P HS 18 Left Left 6'1" 185 FL
148 Kenny Diekroeger SS JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 200 CA Stanford
149 Adrian Marin OF HS 18 Right Right 6' 170 FL
150 James Marvel P HS Right Right 6'3" 185 CA
151 Steven Duggar OF HS Left Right 6'2" 175 SC
152 Braden Bishop OF HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 185 CA
153 Tim Cooney P JR 21 Left Left 6'3" 195 NC Wake Forest
154 Lex Rutledge P JR 21 Left Left 6'2" 205 AL Samford
155 Chase DeJong P HS 18 Left Right 6'5" 190 CA
156 Matt Carasiti P Right NY St. John's
157 Hoby Milner P JR 21 Left Left 6'2" 165 TX Texas
158 Matt Koch P JR 21 Left Right 6'3" 190 KY Louisville
159 Eddie Butler P JR 21 Both Right 6'1" 175 VA Radford
160 Kevin Ross SS HS Right Right 6'1" 195 IL
161 Preston Tucker 1B SR 22 Left Left 6' 215 FL Florida
162 Logan Ehlers P J2 20 Left Left 6'3" 215 TX Howard
163 Spencer Edwards SS HS Both Right 6' 180 TX
164 Austin Dean 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 185 TX
165 Jeremy Baltz OF JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 195 NY St. John's
166 Cameron Perkins 3B JR 21 Right Right 6'5" 195 IN Purdue
167 Rock Rucker OF HS 19 Left Left 6'5" 225 GA
168 Kyle Cody P HS Right Right 6'6" 215
169 Sean McLaughlin OF HS 18 Left Right 5'11" 185 GA
170 Dylan LaVelle SS HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 185 WA
171 Andrew Pullin OF HS 18 Left Both 6' 185 WA
172 Christopher Chinea C HS 18 Right Right 6' 205 FL
173 Zach Green SS HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 190 CA
174 Corey Oswalt 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'4" 205 CA
175 Drew Jackson SS HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 190 CA
176 Jonathan Sandfort P HS Right Right 6'5" 220 FL
177 Freddy Avis P HS 18 Left Right 6'2" 180 CA
178 Erich Knab P HS Right Right 6'3" 190 SC
179 Jake Thompson P HS 18 Right Right 6'4" 235 TX
180 Vincent Jackson OF HS 18 Left Left 6'4" 195 GA
181 Geonte' Jackson SS HS Right Right 6' 170 TX
182 Steve Nyisztor 2B JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 200 NC Louisburg JC
183 Jonny Locher OF HS 18 Both Left 6' 175 WA
184 Matt Reynolds 3B JR Right Right 6'1" 200 AR Arkansas
185 Max White OF HS Left Left 6'2" 175 OK
186 Cody Gunter 3B HS Left Right 6'3" 195 TX
187 Steve Bean C HS Left Right 6'2" 190 TX
188 Keaton Haack P HS Right Right 6'5" 200 NC
189 Stephen Johnson P JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 205 TX St. Edward's (Texas)
190 Buck Farmer P JR 21 Left Right 6'4" 220 GA Georgia Tech
191 Ben Johnson OF HS Right Right 6'1" 183 TX
192 Patrick Kivlehan College r r Rutgers
193 Krey Bratsen OF SO 21 Right Right 6'1" 165 TX Texas A&M
194 Max Muncy 1B JR 21 Left Right 6'1" 195 TX Baylor
195 Dansby Swanson SS HS Right Right 6'1" 170 GA
196 Kyle Wren OF SO 21 Left Left 6' 165 GA Georgia Tech
197 Dylan Floro P JR 21 Left Right 6'3" 190 CA Cal State Fullerton
198 Ross Stripling P SR 22 Right Right 6'3" 190 TX Texas A&M
199 Andrew Toles OF SO 20 Left Right 5'10" 185 FL Chipola
200 Chase Mullins P HS 18 Left Left 6'9" 250 KY
201 Jose Mesa Jr P HS Right Right 6'4" 220
202 Jamie Callahan P HS Right Right 6'2" 190 SC
203 Paul Blackburn P HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 180 CA
204 Josh Conway P JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 175 SC Coastal Carolina
205 Scott Griggs P JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 205 CA UCLA
206 Kyle Carter OF HS 18 Left Left 6' 175 GA
207 Blake Baxendale C HS Right Right 6'3" 220 AR
208 Evan Hill P HS Left Left 6'3" 175
209 Kurt Heyer P JR 21 Left Right 6'2" 200 AZ Arizona
210 RJ Alvarez P JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 200 FL Florida Atlantic
211 Stephen Perez SS JR 21 Both Right 5'11" 172 FL Miami
212 Hayden Hurst P HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 235 FL
213 Tucker Simpson P HS 19 Right Right 6'7" 220 AL
214 Michael Yastrzemski OF JR 21 Left Left 5'11" 185 TN Vanderbilt
215 Matt Moynihan OF JR 22 Left Right 6'2" 205 TX Texas
216 Brian Adams OF JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 210 KY Kentucky
217 DJ Hicks 1B SR 22 Left Right 6'5" 228 CA UCF
218 Christopher Barr OF HS Left Left 6'1" 185 FL
219 Raph Rhymes JR Right Right LSU
220 Alfredo Escalera OF HS Right Right 6'1" 175 FL
221 Eric Neitzel 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 210 FL
222 Mitch Garver C JR Right Right 6'1" 205 New Mexico
223 Stefan Sabol C J2 20 Right Right 6'2" 210 CA Orange Coast
224 Daniel Starwalt P HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 200 CA
225 Chase Nyman SS HS 18 Left Right 6' 185 MS
226 Ryan Tella OF JR 21 Left Left 5'11" 170 Ohlone Col
227 Curt Britt P HS 19 Left Right 6'2" 210 NC
228 T.J. Oakes P JR 22 Right Right 6'5" 210 Minnesota
229 Robert Refsnyder OF JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 205 AZ Arizona
230 Blake Hickman C HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 210 IL
231 Steven Golden OF HS 17 Right Right 6'3" 185 CA
232 Blake Forslund P JR 22 Right Right 6'4" 215 VA Liberty
233 Austin Fairchild P HS 18 Right Left 6'1" 175 TX
234 Patrick Biondi OF JR 21 Left Right 5'10" 170 Michigan
235 BJ Boyd OF HS Left Right 5'10" 190 CA
236 Eric Jaffe P SO 21 Right Right 6'3" 220 CA UCLA
237 Reid Scoggins P Right Right 6'3" 210 TX Howard
238 Clayton Crum P J1 20 Right Right 6'1" 190 TX Howard
239 Tyler Duffey P JR Right Right 6'3" 210 TX Rice
240 Mikey White SS HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 190 AL
241 Matt Reckling P Right TX Rice
242 Jamodrick McGruder 2B TX Texas Tech
243 Jason Coats OF SR 22 Right Right 6'2" 200 TX TCU
244 Michael Palazzone P SR 23 Right Right 6'2" 183 GA Georgia
245 Adam Matthews OF SR 22 Right Right 6'1" 195 SC South Carolina
246 Ruben (RJ) Ybarra C HS 18 Right Right 6' 195 CA
247 Jharel Cotton P JR 20 Right Right 6' 180 NC East Carolina
248 David Gonzalez P HS 18 Right Right 6'1" 210 GA
249 Michael Roth P SR 22 Left Left 6'1" 210 South Carolina Columbia
250 Matt Boyd P JR 21 Left Left 6'3" 225 OR Oregon State
251 Jayce Boyd 1B JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 185 FL Florida State
252 Joshua Urban P JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 215 TX Texas
253 Collin Yelich C HS Left Right 6'3" 185 CA
254 Matt Crownover P HS 19 Right Left 6' 195 GA
255 Joe DeCarlo 3B HS Right Right 6'1" 205 PA
256 Joey DeMichele 3B AZ Arizona State
257 Kevin Koziol SS J1 20 Right Right 6'2" 195 IL Parkland
258 Justin Gonzalez SS JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 180 FL Florida State
259 L.J. Mazzilli 2B JR 21 Right Right 6' 185 CT Connecticut
260 Ryan Kellogg P HS Left Left 6'5" 220 ON
261 Troy Conyers P HS 18 Left Left 6'5" 230 CA
262 Jack Wynkoop P HS Left Left 6'6" 190 VA
263 Vahn Bozoian OF HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 210 CA
264 Cole Irvin P HS 18 Left Left 6'4" 175 CA
265 Russell Reynolds P HS Right Both 6'3" 185 LA
266 Jackson Willeford 2B HS Left Right 5'10" 165
267 Max Schrock SS HS Left Right 5'9" 180 NC
268 Tom Lemke P JR Right Right 6'6" 230 NE Nebraska
269 Brett Lilek P HS 18 Left Left 6'4" 180 IL
270 Trey Griffin OF J2 20 Right Right 6'4" 205 NM Santa Fe CC
271 Torsten Boss OF MI Michigan State
272 Ronnie Freeman C JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 195 GA Kennesaw State
273 Tommy Coyle 2B JR Left Right 5'9" 170 North Carolina
274 Austin Nola SS SR 22 Right Right 6'2" 200 LA LSU
275 Ryan Ripken 1B HS Left Left 6'5" 193 MD
276 Tyrone Taylor OF HS Right Right 6'2" 180 CA
277 Tyler Wagner P Right NV Utah
278 Carlos Pena P HS Right Right 6'5" 220 OH
279 Ryan Garvey OF J1 19 Right Right 6'1" 190 CA Riverside CC
280 Ronnie Richardson OF JR 22 Both Right 5'7" 175 FL Central Florida
281 Ian Gardeck P JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 215 AL Alabama
282 Tanner Kiest P HS Right Right 6'3" 195 CA
283 Andrew Aplin OF JR 21 Left Left 6' 190 AZ Arizona State
284 Ty France 3B HS Right Right 5'11" 190 CA
285 Cameron (CJ) Saylor C HS 18 Right Right 5'10" 180 CA
286 Christopher Leduc OF HS Right Right 6'3" 218 FL
287 Justin Alleman P HS Right Right 6'3" 195 MI
288 Michael Taylor P HS Right Right 6'6" 190 VA
289 Cody Moffett P HS Left Left 6'4" 215 AZ
290 Blake Hauser P JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 175 VA Virginia Commonwealth
291 Joe Mantiply P JR 21 Right Left 6'5" 205 VA Virginia Tech
292 Christian Powell P JR 21 Left Right 6'5" 210 WV Charleston
293 Tim Brechcuehler r r 6'8 220 Louisberg JC
294 Morgan Bunting 1B HS Left Right 6'4" 180 GA
295 Giovanni Brusa OF HS Both Right 6'3" 195
296 Riley Ferrell P HS 18 Right Right 6'2" 195 TX
297 Tanner Poppe P SR 22 Right Right 6'6" 225 Kansas
298 Ryne Combs P HS Left Left 6' 160 KY
299 Isaiah Yates OF R L CA
300 Jackson Stephens P HS Right Right 6'3" 185 AL
301 Justin Jones P JR 21 Left Left 6'3" 175 CA California
302 Alex Yarbrough 2B JR 20 Both Right 6'1" 175 MS Mississippi
303 Nick Goody P JR 21 Both Right 6' 190 LSU
304 Jamie Jarmon OF HS Right Right 6'3" 205 DE
305 Dominic Leone P JR 20 Right Right 5'11" 185 SC Clemson
306 Chris Taylor SS JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 170 VA Virginia
307 Connor Harrell OF JR Right Right 6'3" 200 TN Vanderbilt
308 Darnell Sweeney SS JR 21 Both Right 6'1" 170 FL Central Florida
309 Corbin Olmstead P HS Right Right 6'3" 200 FL
310 Logan Vick OF JR 21 Left Right 5'11" 185 TX Baylor
311 Gerald Bautista 3B HS Right Right 5'11" 190 FL
312 Matt Duffy SS JR 21 Right Right 6'2" 170 CA Long Beach State
313 Christopher Triplett 2B J2 20 Right Right 6' 185 FL Chipola (Fla.) JC
314 Caleb Hamrick P HS Right Right 6'3" 225 TX
315 Daniel Aldrich OF SO 21 Left Right 6'2" 210 WV Charleston
316 Hudson Randall P JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 180 FL Florida
317 Stephen Bruno SS JR 21 Right Right 5'10" 168 VA Virginia
318 Kyle Overstreet 2B HS Right Right 6' 195 AL
319 Tyler Hanover SS SR 22 Right Right 5'7" 170 LSU
320 Christian Dicks OF HS Left Left 6'2" 190 FL
321 Sam Stafford P SR 22 Left Left 6'4" 190 TX Texas
322 Brady Lail P HS Right Right 6'3" 170 UT
323 Timmy Lopes SS HS 18 Right Right 5'11" 175
324 J.T. Phillips 3B HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 190 GA
325 Taylor Ard 1B SR 22 Right Right 6'2" 225 WA Washington State
326 Mason Melotaikis P JR 21 Right Left 6'3" 190 LA Northwestern State
327 Kash Kalkowski OF JR 23 Right Right 6'1" 200 NE Nebraska
328 Cal Becker P HS Right Right 6'1" 185 CA
329 Austin Southall 1B J2 20 Left Right 6'3" 220 FL Chipola (Fla.) JC
330 Creede Simpson OF AL
331 Evan Marzilli OF JR 21 Left Left 5'11" South Carolina
332 Matt Gonzalez SS HS 18 Right Right 6' 175 GA
333 Cameron Tekker P HS Right Right 6'3" 185 NC
334 Willie Schwanke 3B HS Left Right 6'1" 185 TX
335 Anthony Gomez SS JR Right Right 5'11" 185 Vanderbilt
336 Jonathan Rodriguez OF Left Right 6'1" 230 AZ Yavapai
337 Palmer Betts 3B HS Right Right 6'3" 180 GA
338 Cameron Dishon OF HS Right Right 6' 170 TX
339 Alex Young P HS Left Left 6'3" 190 IL
340 Cody Johnson P HS Right Right 6'3" 210 NY
341 Connor Baits P HS 18 Right Right 6'5" 220 CA
342 David Houser C HS Both Right 6'1" 210 SC
343 E.J. Encinosa P JR 20 Right Right 6'4" 230 FL Miami
344 Trey Killian P HS Right Right 6'4" 180 AR
345 Robert Whalen P HS Right Right 6'2" 200 FL
346 Colin Rodgers P HS 18 Left Left 6' 180 LA
347 Felipe Perez P HS 18 Right Right 6'3" 200 CA
348 Joe Rogers P Left FL Central Florida
349 Kurt Schluter P JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 185 FL Stetson
350 Christian Jones P JR 21 Left Left 6'2" 205 OR Oregon
351 Brent Stong P HS Left Left 6'1" 175 MN
352 Jabari Henry OF JR 21 Right Right 6' 198 FL Florida International
353 Jake Lamb 3B JR 21 Left Right 6'3" 210 WA Washington
354 Derek Dennis SS JR 22 Right Right 6'3" 185 MI Michigan
355 Jeff Gibbs P JR Right MA Maine
356 Forrest Garrett P JR 21 Left Left 6'2" 168 LSU
357 Reed Gragnani 2B JR 21 Both Right 5'11" 180 Virginia
358 Dan Langfield P Right TN Memphis
359 Michael Ratterree OF JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 200 TX Rice
360 Michael Morin P JR 21 Right Right 6'4" 190 NC North Carolina
361 Zack Jones P JR 21 Right Right 6'1" 185 CA San Jose State
362 Andrew Rash OF SR 22 Right Right 5'11" 190 VA Virginia Tech
363 Dan Gulbransen OF JR FL Jacksonville
364 Drew Verhagen P JR 21 Right Right 6'6" 215 TN Vanderbilt
365 Brandon Kuter P JR 21 Right Right 6'7" 220 D.C. George Mason
366 Ty Blach P JR 21 Right Left 6'1" 180 NE Creighton
367 Dietrich Enns P JR 21 Left Left 6'1" 190 MI Central Michigan
368 Joe Munoz 3B HS Right Right 6'3" 185 CA
369 Kyle Smith SS HS Right Right 6'4" 205 TN
370 Matt Bowman P JR Right Right 6' 165 NJ Princeton
371 Robbie Buller OF Right TX Houston Baptist
372 Nick Palewicz P SO 21 Right Right 6'4" 205 WA Washington
373 Ryan Farrar P JR 21 Left Left 6'2" 180 VA Virginia Commonwealth
374 Nick Wittgren P JR 21 Right Right 6'3" 205 IN Purdue
375 Anthony Bazzani P JR 21 Right Right 6'5" 210 KY Eastern Kentucky
376 Will Clinard P SR 22 Right Right 6'4" 230 TN Vanderbilt
377 Shane Brown OF HS Both Right 5'8" 150 IL
378 Bralin Jackson OF HS Right Left 6'1" 185 MO
379 Reynaldo Ordonez Jr SS HS Right Right 6'2" 185 FL
380 Grayson Long P HS Right Right 6'6" 205 TX
381 Richie Martin SS HS Right Right 5'10" 170 FL
382 Max Tishman P HS Left Left 6'2" 175 MA
383 Max White 1B JR Right Right 6'1" 205 Oklahoma
384 Kyle Barraclough P SR 22 Right Right 6'3" 210 St. Mary’s
385 R.C. Orlan P JR Left Left 6' 175 North Carolina
386 Ivory Thomas OF JR 20 Right Right 5'9" 175 CA Cal State Fullerton
387 DJ Crumlich SS SR 22 Right Right 6' 190 UC Irvine
388 Brian Billigen OF SR Cornell
389 Corey Black P SO Right Right 5'11" 170  Faulkner (Ala.)
390 Trek Stemp SS HS Right Right 5'8" 160
391 Aaron Jones C SO 21 Right Right 6'1" 190 Oregon
392 David Armendariz OF SO Both Right 6'1" 192 CA Cal Poly
393 Eric Jagielo OF SO 20 Left Right 6'2" 195 Notre Dame
394 Kyle Haynes P J2 21 Right Right 6'2" 190 Virginia Commonwealth
395 Micah Green OF SO 21 Right Right 6'2" 215 Wichita State
396 Tommy Nance P FR Right Right 6'4" 200 Santa Clara
397 Beau Amaral SS JR 21 Left Left 5'11" 170 UCLA
398 Cristian Munoz C HS Left Right 5'10" 190 PR
399 Justin Williams P HS Right Right 6' 170
400 Nick Grant P HS Right Right