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Posted: May 31, 2019, 5:42 PM Post
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Shewmake over McConnell would be an incredible disappointment. McConnell has better tools in every category, especially arm and power, but has a better hit tool too. Shewmake is a slightly more inspiring clone of Allemand, not someone with a big league future.

No worries though, Tod Johnson was promoted to the top spot because he doesn't ignore the numbers. We'll get someone exciting.

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Posted: May 31, 2019, 8:47 PM Post
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Big thanks to And That for posting the list. What a wonderful reference to have when watching the draft!

I'll go with Gunnar Henderson as my guess. I could also see Stearns loving Maurice Hampton, but with his potential as a football cornerback and the Brewers lacking just a bit of flexibility after trading/losing a couple picks...I just don't think he is "as likely" as some of the other candidates. But all the bats in that part of the draft, I really don't think one is any sort of step down from the other. Henderson, Hampton, Shewmake, Hoese, Callihan, etc...I'd be happy with any of those guys. Have to say that I really wish the Brewers had that comp pick, but easy to say that now. I'm sure I'd feel otherwise if Claudio had a sub-3.00 ERA, too bad Stearns lacks that crystal ball that all of us wish we had.


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Posted: June 01, 2019, 9:33 AM Post
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JosephC said:
Big thanks to And That for posting the list. What a wonderful reference to have when watching the draft!

Completely agree, can’t thank Toby enough for providing such a great draft resource.

This is by far the least I’ve followed the draft prospects in quite a few years.

One random observation, there are two prospects in the top 120 named Brennan Malone and Brennan Milone. Teams are going to have to be extra careful when submitting their card for the former in the 1st round. [smile]

With the Brewers drafting so far down the board it is nearly impossible to project their pick. I always prefer hitters to pitchers in the 1st round, but it seems the value in the Brewers range may skew towards the available arms. I’ll throw out a prediction before Monday night.


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Posted: June 01, 2019, 10:13 AM Post
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Look for these names of draft day -- Brewers always end up drafting some of the players they bring in:

G.J. Hill and Glenn Santiago, along with Mahki Backstrom and Joshua Romero, attended a pre-draft workout with the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park.

Twitter links

(Note: I know nothing of the names pre-draft, I dig in once the Brewers draft and/or sign...)


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Posted: June 01, 2019, 10:28 AM Post
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Mass Haas said:
Look for these names of draft day -- Brewers always end up drafting some of the players they bring in:

G.J. Hill and Glenn Santiago, along with Mahki Backstrom and Joshua Romero, attended a pre-draft workout with the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park.

Twitter links

(Note: I know nothing of the names pre-draft, I dig in once the Brewers draft and/or sign...)

Similar to Christian Yelich and Brice Turang, Mahki Backstrom and Joshua Romero were members of the Brewers Area Code Games team.

Here is some footage of Joshua Romero hitting at the Brewers Maryvale complex (Twitter Link).


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Posted: June 01, 2019, 11:08 AM Post
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Toby, nice job with that aggregate top prospect list. It looks like it could be the Brewers drafting effort.

I see Gunnar Henderson's name mentioned a few times/places. He's a guy that is creeping up a little as we approach the draft so I would be a little surprised if he got to #28. If he's there and they take him that's an exciting pick.

Callihan has a lot of Brett Lawrie qualities. An offense-first player with enough veratility to play a few different positions, partly because he can but also partly because he doesn't really stand out at any one spot. like Lawrie, he could catch, but I think you put him at 2B/3B and let his bat carry him as quickly as it can.

Here are some names I like, a lot of them aren't necessarily in the #28 range but with the gap until their next pick I could see them taking someone they really like that they know won't fall until their next pick:

College:
Ryan Garcia, RHP, UCLA – 4-pitch mix, can really pitch, FB sits 89-93
Ryan Jensen, RHP, Fresno State – similar to Corbin Burnes as a similar stage, throws low/mid-90s, touches higher, sharp breaking ball, really improved
Matt Wallner, OF, Southern Miss - big, physical LHH, prototype RF with big arm, power, turned it on lately, very produtive 3-year career
Greg Jones, SS, UNCW - quick-twitch SS, premium athlete, really fast, 1st-step quickness, good glove, range, 5-tool MIF
Aaron Schunk, 3B, Georgia - UGA's 3B & closer, can throw low/mid-90s, impacts the ball hard, big physical build, plays 3B well

High School:
Tre Fletcher, OF, ME - re-classified to 2019 from 2020 class this spring, big, strong, physical, 5-tool talent, scouts trying to catch up on him
JJ Goss, RHP, TX - low/mid-90s, can touch higher, high-spin breaking ball, loose and lanky, projectable
Anthony Volpe, SS, NJ - gamer-type, hard-nosed, good not great tools, knows how to hit/play the game, will be a star at Vanderbilt if he gets there
Tyler Callihan, IF/C, FL - mentioned above
Matthew Lugo, SS, PR - loose and rangy SS from Puerto Rico, can impact the ball, still filling out, looks the part, will get bigger


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Posted: June 01, 2019, 12:50 PM Post
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I’d just like to see Jack Washburn end up a Brewer. After watching him at State Track Meet I grew even more impressed with him. He is just a stud of an athlete. Not a power arm but like his dad, simply knows how to pitch & can mix in 3 very good off speed pitches. Not sure what round he is projected & how early he needs to go to skip out on Oregon state but just something I’d like to see


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Posted: June 02, 2019, 9:13 AM Post
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What part of the draft is Washburn being projected to go?


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Posted: June 02, 2019, 9:34 AM Post
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A look at some of the Wisconsin prospects:

http://baseballprospectjournal.com/2019 ... prospects/


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Posted: June 02, 2019, 3:23 PM Post
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Anybody up on the fast risers and free fallers over the last 6 months?


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Posted: June 02, 2019, 7:08 PM Post
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Here are some names I like, a lot of them aren't necessarily in the #28 range but with the gap until their next pick I could see them taking someone they really like that they know won't fall until their next pick:

College:
Ryan Garcia, RHP, UCLA – 4-pitch mix, can really pitch, FB sits 89-93
Ryan Jensen, RHP, Fresno State – similar to Corbin Burnes as a similar stage, throws low/mid-90s, touches higher, sharp breaking ball, really improved
Matt Wallner, OF, Southern Miss - big, physical LHH, prototype RF with big arm, power, turned it on lately, very produtive 3-year career
Greg Jones, SS, UNCW - quick-twitch SS, premium athlete, really fast, 1st-step quickness, good glove, range, 5-tool MIF
Aaron Schunk, 3B, Georgia - UGA's 3B & closer, can throw low/mid-90s, impacts the ball hard, big physical build, plays 3B well

High School:
Tre Fletcher, OF, ME - re-classified to 2019 from 2020 class this spring, big, strong, physical, 5-tool talent, scouts trying to catch up on him
JJ Goss, RHP, TX - low/mid-90s, can touch higher, high-spin breaking ball, loose and lanky, projectable
Anthony Volpe, SS, NJ - gamer-type, hard-nosed, good not great tools, knows how to hit/play the game, will be a star at Vanderbilt if he gets there
Tyler Callihan, IF/C, FL - mentioned above
Matthew Lugo, SS, PR - loose and rangy SS from Puerto Rico, can impact the ball, still filling out, looks the part, will get bigger

Patrick, thanks for providing the list and cliff notes! I watched a handful of short videos of these players, and Matthew Lugo’s swing looks incredibly polished. I thought your “looks the part” comment really rang true, even though it was obviously just some brief video glimpses. Any idea why he isn’t higher on draft boards? I saw some comments about lack of power and maybe debate over whether he has to move to 2B or 3B long term. His frame definitely looks like it has some room to grow with hopefully additional strength to come. I would be ecstatic if the Brewers took a shot on developing Lugo.


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Adam Lukes, from Grafton, is projected to go around the 5th round. Fastball recorded in the triple digits at Evansville this year.


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Posted: June 03, 2019, 1:16 AM Post
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YoungGeezy1 said:
I’d just like to see Jack Washburn end up a Brewer. After watching him at State Track Meet I grew even more impressed with him. He is just a stud of an athlete. Not a power arm but like his dad, simply knows how to pitch & can mix in 3 very good off speed pitches. Not sure what round he is projected & how early he needs to go to skip out on Oregon state but just something I’d like to see


Theres something to be said about kids like Washburn and Jack Leiter who grew up around the game. So much of success is mental over physical..... and kids like this already know what to expect, already have a comfortable living (unlike a poor kid getting a huge life changing bonus). Id take Leiter in rd 1.
The success of Vlad Jr., Bichette, Quantrill, Weathers, Hayes, etc is a testament to this. I doubt its "in their genes".


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Posted: June 03, 2019, 7:31 AM Post
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To be honest, with the team doing well on the field and the brewers having a low pick, I have really not been up on this draft. That being said, I did try to do some research over the weekend so I atleast have an idea of who they could take at 28. I'll predict Greg Jones from UNC-Wilmington. DS has a type and he definitely fills it and will probably be taken around 23-29. That being said I did like what other posters said about Lugo and would like that pick too.


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28. Milwaukee Brewers: Kam Misner, OF, Missouri

The Brewers might be Lugo's floor. I heard them being in on Baty earlier this month, and they're a dark horse for Paris.


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I predict the Brewers will take 2 college pitchers in their first 3 picks. They need pitching that can potentially rise quickly through the system.

Personally, I like Aaron Schunk at 28 if he's there.

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Predicting Brett Baty.

Age will scare some but not the crew, this bat is game changing.


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I predict the Brewers will take 2 college pitchers in their first 3 picks. They need pitching that can potentially rise quickly through the system.

Personally, I like Aaron Schunk at 28 if he's there.


Hopefully better than the last time they did this. Depends on potential impact, but I’d like 2 hitters here, maybe one HS and 1 college. A corner OF or 1b/3b with strong hit tools.


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From FanGraphs 4.0 mock draft:

28. Brewers – Michael Busch, 1B, North Carolina
Busch is a great value here and has performed. Paris is also model-friendly, and Florida prep LHP Hunter Barco and Iowa Juco LHP Antoine Kelly have both been tied here, while Henderson also makes sense.


Busch would certainly be an interesting pick and fits the Brewers' MO of taking players who have fallen for some reason or another. Added bonus that he's a Midwest kid and they could try him at 2B, too.

Kelly has an outstanding arm, throwing 95-98 easily, and has drawn some comps variously to Aroldis Chapman, David Price, and Amir Garrett. He's a huge developmental risk, though, as he barely throws a below-average slider and doesn't throw a change at all.


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Top 350 draft prospects, aggregated from various sources:

Rank   	Name	                 Pos  	     Level    School
1 Adley Rutschman C C Oregon State
2 Bobby Witt Jr. SS H Heritage HS (TX)
3 Andrew Vaughn 1B C California
4 C.J. Abrams SS H Blessed Trinity HS (GA)
5 J.J. Bleday OF C Vanderbilt
6 Riley Greene OF H Hagerty HS (FL)
7 Corbin Carroll OF H Lakeside HS (WA)
8 Nick Lodolo LHP C Texas Christian
9 Hunter Bishop OF C Arizona State
10 Bryson Stott SS C UNLV
11 Alek Manoah RHP C West Virginia
12 Shea Langeliers C C Baylor
13 Jackson Rutledge RHP J San Jacinto JC
14 Zack Thompson LHP C Kentucky
15 Josh Jung 3B C Texas Tech
16 Matt Allan RHP H Seminole HS (FL)
17 Brennan Malone RHP H IMG Academy (FL)
18 George Kirby RHP C Elon
19 Brett Baty 3B H Lake Travis HS (TX)
20 Michael Busch 1B/OF C North Carolina
21 Will Wilson SS C North Carolina State
22 Daniel Espino RHP H Premier Academy (GA)
23 Logan Davidson SS C Clemson
24 Quinn Priester RHP H Cary-Grove HS (IL)
25 Kody Hoese 3B C Tulane
26 J.J. Goss RHP H Cypress Ranch HS (TX)
27 Kameron Misner OF C Missouri
28 Keoni Cavaco 3B H Eastlake HS (CA)
29 Jack Leiter RHP H Delbarton HS (NJ)
30 Gunnar Henderson SS H Morgan Academy (AL)
31 Seth Johnson RHP C Campbell
32 Hunter Barco LHP H Bolles HS (FL)
33 Braden Shewmake SS C Texas A&M
34 Maurice Hampton OF H Memphis University HS (TN)
35 Brooks Lee SS/2B H San Luis Obispo HS (CA)
36 Ethan Small LHP C Mississippi State
37 Tyler Callihan 3B H Providence HS (FL)
38 Matt Wallner OF/RHP C Southern Mississippi
39 Greg Jones SS C UNC-Wilmington
40 Nasim Nunez SS H Collins Hill HS (GA)
41 Michael Toglia 1B/OF C UCLA
42 Blake Walston LHP H New Hanover HS (NC)
43 Matthew Lugo SS H Carlos Beltran Academy (PR)
44 Drey Jameson RHP C Ball State
45 Brady McConnell SS C Florida
46 Chase Strumpf 2B C UCLA
47 Anthony Volpe SS H Delbarton HS (NJ)
48 Sammy Siani OF H Penn Charter HS (PA)
49 Isaiah Campbell RHP C Arkansas
50 Kendall Williams RHP H IMG Academy (FL)
51 Bryce Osmond RHP/SS H Jenks HS (OK)
52 Kyren Paris SS H Freedom HS (CA)
53 Rece Hinds 3B H IMG Academy (FL)
54 Josh Wolf RHP H St. Thomas HS (TX)
55 Jimmy Lewis RHP H Lake Travis HS (TX)
56 John Doxakis LHP C Texas A&M
57 T.J. Sikkema LHP C Missouri
58 Josh Smith SS C LSU
59 Matt Canterino RHP C Rice
60 Matthew Thompson RHP H Cypress Ranch HS (TX)
61 Noah Song RHP C Navy
62 Davis Wendzel 3B C Baylor
63 Tommy Henry LHP C Michigan
64 Nick Quintana 3B C Arizona
65 Ryan Pepiot RHP C Butler
66 Matt Cronin LHP C Arkansas
67 Logan Wyatt 1B C Louisville
68 Will Holland SS C Auburn
69 Cameron Cannon 3B/2B C Arizona
70 Dominic Fletcher OF C Arkansas
71 Andrew Dalquist RHP H Redondo Union HS (CA)
72 Spencer Jones LHP/1B H La Costa Canyon HS (CA)
73 Drew Mendoza 3B C Florida State
74 Ryan Zeferjahn RHP C Kansas
75 Jack Kochanowicz RHP H Harriton HS (PA)
76 Jerrion Ealy OF H Jackson Prep HS (MS)
77 Graeme Stinson LHP C Duke
78 Ethan Hearn C H Mobile Christian HS (AL)
79 Ryne Nelson RHP C Oregon
80 Yordys Valdes SS H McArthur HS (FL)
81 Ryan Garcia RHP C UCLA
82 Riley Cornelio RHP H Pine Creek HS (CO)
83 Aaron Schunk 3B C Georgia
84 Tre Fletcher OF H Deering HS (ME)
85 Tyler Baum RHP C North Carolina
86 Ryan Jensen RHP C Fresno State
87 Alec Marsh RHP C Arizona State
88 Chris Newell OF H Malvern Prep HS (PA)
89 Will Robertson OF C Creighton
90 Brandon Williamson LHP C TCU
91 Kyle Stowers OF C Stanford
92 Erik Miller LHP C Stanford
93 Zach Watson OF C LSU
94 Hunter Brown RHP C Wayne State
95 Cade Doughty 3B H Denham Springs HS (LA)
96 Kyle McCann C C Georgia Tech
97 Connor Walsh SS H Niceville HS (FL)
98 Evan Fitterer RHP H Aliso Niguel HS (CA)
99 Will Rigney RHP H Midway HS (TX)
100 Jordan Brewer OF C Michigan
101 Christian Cairo SS H Clearwater HS (FL)
102 Bryant Packard OF C East Carolina
103 Zack Hess RHP C LSU
104 Ricky DeVito RHP C Seton Hall
105 Jared Triolo 3B C Houston
106 Hayden Dunhurst C H Pearl River Central HS (MS)
107 Tyler Fitzgerald SS C Louisville
108 Dasan Brown OF H Abbey Park HS (ON)
109 Ivan Johnson 2B J Chipola
110 Joe Charles RHP H The First Academy HS (FL)
111 Thomas Dillard OF C Mississippi
112 Antoine Kelly LHP J Wabash Valley CC
113 Alex McFarlane RHP H Habersham Central HS (GA)
114 Josh Mears OF H Federal Way HS (WA)
115 Korey Lee C C California
116 Grae Kessinger SS C Mississippi
117 Brett Thomas RHP H Riverwood HS (GA)
118 Avery Short LHP H Southport HS (IN)
119 Grant Gambrell RHP C Oregon State
120 Andrew Schultz RHP C Tennessee
121 Kenyon Yovan RHP C Oregon
122 Hudson Head 1B/OF H Churchill HS (TX)
123 Brennan Milone IF H Woodstock HS (GA)
124 Trey Faltine IF/OF/RHP H Fort Bend HS (TX)
125 Drew Millas C C Missouri State
126 Karl Kauffman RHP C Michigan
127 Tanner Morris SS C Virginia
128 Jake Agnos LHP C East Carolina
129 Dilan Rosario SS H Leadership Christian HS (PR)
130 Glenallen Hill Jr. OF H Santa Cruz HS (CA)
131 Hayden Mullins LHP H Hendersonville HS (TN)
132 Ben Brecht LHP C UC-Santa Barbara
133 Jonathan French C H Parkview HS (GA)
134 Nate LaRue C/RHP H McGill-Toolen Catholic HS (AL)
135 Spencer Brickhouse 1B C East Carolina
136 James Beard OF H Lloyd Star HS (MS)
137 Carter Bins C C Fresno State
138 Drake Fellows RHP C Vanderbilt
139 Tony Locey RHP C Georgia
140 Cooper Johnson C C Mississippi
141 Jacob Wallace RHP C Connecticut
142 Tyler Dyson RHP C Florida
143 Mike Massey 2B C Illinois
144 Mason Feole LHP C Connecticut
145 Nick Kahle C C Washington
146 Brandon Sproat RHP H Pace HS (FL)
147 Levi Stoudt RHP C Lehigh
148 Hunter Gaddis RHP C Georgia State
149 Austin Bergner RHP C North Carolina
150 Jamari Baylor SS H Benedictine HS (VA)
151 Andre Lipcius 3B C Tennessee
152 Matt Gorski OF C Indiana
153 Kyle Brnovich RHP C Elon
154 Antoine Harris RHP H Chalmette HS (LA)
155 Ty Adcock RHP C Elon
156 Carter Young SS H Selah HS (WA)
157 Conor Grammes RHP C Xavier
158 Gabe Holt 2B/OF C Texas Tech
159 Connor Phillips RHP H Magnolia West HS (TX)
160 Jake Mangum OF C Mississippi State
161 Ryan Kreidler SS C UCLA
162 Mack Anglin RHP H Highland HS (OH)
163 Sebastian Keane RHP H North Andover HS (MA)
164 Andre Pallante RHP C UC-Irvine
165 Erik Rivera OF/LHP H Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (PR)
166 Myles Austin SS H Westlake HS (GA)
167 Brandon Lewis 3B C UC-Irvine
168 Davis Daniel RHP C Auburn
169 Dalton Fowler LHP J Northwest Mississippi
170 Emanuel Dean OF H Servite HS (CA)
171 Trevor McDonald RHP H George County HS (MS)
172 Jason Hodges OF H Marist HS (IL)
173 Edouard Julien 3B C Auburn
174 Austin Shenton 3B C Florida International
175 Philip Clarke C C Vanderbilt
176 Zachary Maxwell RHP H North Paulding HS (GA)
177 Josh Rivera 3B H IMG Academy (FL)
178 Nick Bennett LHP C Louisville
179 David Hamilton SS C Texas
180 Carter Rustad RHP H Staley HS (MO)
181 Jacob Meador RHP H Centennial HS (TX)
182 Quin Cotton OF C Grand Canyon
183 Evan McKendry RHP C Miami
184 Andre Tarver OF H Ringgold HS (GA)
185 Garrett Stallings RHP C Tennessee
186 John Rave OF C Illinois State
187 Adam Laskey LHP C Duke
188 Blake Sabol OF/C C USC
189 Seth Gray 3B C Wright State
190 Jared Southard RHP H Rouse HS (TX)
191 Dylan Eskew RHP H Sickles HS (FL)
192 Josh Burgmann RHP C Washington
193 Jaxx Groshans C C Kansas
194 Justin Slaten RHP C New Mexico
195 Michael Prosecky LHP H Nazareth Academy HS (IL)
196 Judson Fabian OF H Trinity Catholic HS (FL)
197 Chris Villaman LHP H Ledford HS (NC)
198 Wil Dalton OF C Florida
199 Bodi Rascon LHP H Decatur HS (TX)
200 Cooper Benson LHP H San Luis Obispo HS (CA)
201 Noah Murdock RHP C Virginia
202 Seth Tomczak RHP H Argonaut HS (CA)
203 Michael Limoncelli RHP H Horseheads HS (NY)
204 Austin Langworthy OF C Florida
205 Garrett Frechette OF H Orange Lutheran HS (CA)
206 Hylan Hall OF H Ocoee HS (FL)
207 Michael Curialle SS H JSerra Catholic HS (CA)
208 Christian Koss SS C UC-Irvine
209 Joe Naranjo 1B H Ruben S. Ayala HS (CA)
210 Jack Little RHP C Stanford
211 Vaughn Grissom 3B H Hagerty HS (FL)
212 Chris Lincoln RHP C UC-Santa Barbara
213 Gavin Collyer RHP H Mountain View HS (GA)
214 Spencer Steer 3B/2B C Oregon
215 Joe Lancellotti RHP C North Carolina
216 K.C. Hunt RHP H Ramapo HS (NJ)
217 Todd Peterson RHP C LSU
218 Gianluca Dalatri RHP C North Carolina
219 Zach Peek RHP C Winthrop
220 Cam Shepherd SS C Georgia
221 Landon Sims RHP H South Forsyth HS (GA)
222 Matt Dyer C C Arizona
223 Jake Sanford OF C Western Kentucky
224 Derek Diamond RHP H Ramona HS (CA)
225 Darius Hill OF C West Virginia
226 Jasiah Dixon OF H Orange Lutheran HS (CA)
227 Justin Fall LHP J Brookdale
228 Caleb Kilian RHP C Texas Tech
229 Peyton Burdick OF C Wright State
230 Jared Horn RHP C California
231 Chris Murphy LHP C San Diego
232 Will Ethridge RHP C Mississippi
233 Dylan Brewer OF H Latta HS (SC)
234 Nick Dean RHP H Bensalem HS (PA)
235 Darell Hernaiz SS H Americas HS (TX)
236 Brenton Doyle OF C Shepherd
237 Drew Parrish LHP C Florida State
238 Graham Ashcraft RHP C Alabama-Birmingham
239 Will Bednar RHP H Mars Area HS (PA)
240 Jack Kenley 2B C Arkansas
241 Dawson Netz RHP H Maranatha HS (CA)
242 Casey Legumina RHP C Gonzaga
243 Ivan Gonzalez C C West Virginia
244 Davis Rokose LHP H Chattahoochee HS (GA)
245 Shay Smiddy RHP C Louisville
246 Beau Philip SS C Oregon State
247 Ryan Hawks RHP H Warren East HS (KY)
248 Logan Kohler 3B H Little Elm HS (TX)
249 Maverick Handley C C Stanford
250 Ethan Paul 2B C Vanderbilt
251 Tyler Owens RHP H Trinity Catholic HS (FL)
252 Will Frisch RHP H Stillwater HS (MN)
253 Drew Gilbert LHP H Stillwater HS (MN)
254 Zachary Biermann 1B C Coastal Carolina
255 Michael McAvene RHP C Louisville
256 Michael Harris LHP/OF H Stockbridge HS (TX)
257 Joshua Hahn 1B H Huntington Beach HS (CA)
258 Ray Alejo SS C Central Florida
259 Will Childers RHP H Lakeside HS (GA)
260 Zach Zubia RHP/1B C Texas-Austin
261 Matt McCormick C H St. Laurence HS (IL)
262 Jacob Hasty LHP H Liberty Christian HS (TX)
263 Dominic Canzone OF C Ohio State
264 Isaac Collins 2B C Creighton
265 Mitchell Senger LHP C Stetson
266 Jose Dicochea RHP H Sahuarita HS (AZ)
267 Tristin English 1B C Georgia Tech
268 Parker Caracci RHP C Mississippi
269 Cody Freeman SS H Etiwanda HS (CA)
270 Andrew McDaniel RHP H St. Thomas More HS (LA)
271 Aaron Ochsenbein RHP C Eastern Kentucky
272 Matthew Barefoot OF C Campbell
273 Cameron Eden SS/OF C California
274 Bobby Zmarzlak OF H Westhill HS (CT)
275 Brock Jones OF H Buchanan HS (CA)
276 John McMillon RHP C Texas Tech
277 D.J. Herz LHP H Sanford HS (NC)
278 Nick Grande SS C Stony Brook
279 Julian Infante 1B C Vanderbilt
280 Garrett Schoenle LHP C Cinncinnati
281 Luke Little LHP J San Jacinto JC
282 Chad Knight C H Staples HS (CT)
283 Blake Mayfield RHP H Marcus HS (TX)
284 Bryce Hubbart LHP H Windermere HS (FL)
285 Tyler Nesbitt RHP H Labelle HS (FL)
286 Ben Jordan RHP C Kentucky
287 Logan Driscoll C C George Mason
288 Christopher Benavides OF/RHP H Klein Collins HS (TX)
289 Joey Estes RHP H Paraclete HS (CA)
290 Logan Britt OF H Colleyville Heritage HS (TX)
291 Brandon Walker RHP H North Florida Christian HS (FL)
292 Zach Linginfelter RHP C Tennessee
293 Dan Hammer RHP C Pittsburgh
294 Nelson Alvarez RHP C South Florida
295 Colin Barber OF H Pleasant Valley HS (CA)
296 Ryan Anderson LHP C Nevada
297 Cody Bradford LHP C Baylor
298 Colin Peluse RHP C Wake Forest
299 Jeff Belge LHP C St. John's
300 Yan Contreras SS H Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (PR)
301 Andrew Daschbach 1B C Stanford
302 Cesar Valero SS H Foothills Composite HS (AB)
303 Andre Duplantier RHP H Summer Creek HS (TX)
304 Darius Perry C H La Mirada HS (CA)
305 Chandler Freeman 3B H Colleyville Heritage HS (TX)
306 Chris Mokma RHP H Holland Christian HS (MI)
307 Logan Boyer RHP C San Diego State
308 Chris Cornelius SS C Missouri
309 Davis Heller RHP H Mesquite HS (AZ)
310 Kurtis Byrne C H Christian Brothers College HS (MO)
311 Jason Rackers RHP J Jefferson JC
312 Hayden Travinski C H Airline HS (LA)
313 Joey Ortiz SS C New Mexico State
314 Jake Randa OF J Northwest Florida
315 Ray Gaither RHP C Dallas Baptist
316 Hayden Wesneski RHP C Sam Houston State
317 Andrew Saalfrank LHP C Indiana
318 Henry Gargus 1B H Davis HS (WA)
319 Armani Sanchez SS H Reagan HS (TX)
320 Jacob Kostyshock RHP C Arkansas
321 Maxwell Romero, Jr. C H Pembroke Pines Charter HS (FL)
322 Logan Tanner C H George County HS (MS)
323 Ken Waldichuk LHP C St. Mary's
324 Brandon Eisert LHP C Oregon State
325 Kale Davis RHP H Westmoore HS (OK)
326 Grant McCray OF H Lakewood Ranch HS (FL)
327 Kellan Tulio LHP H Emmaus HS (PA)
328 Cy Nielsen LHP H Spanish Fork HS (UT)
329 Michael Carpentier C H Yucaipa HS (CA)
330 Burle Dixon OF J Cosumnes River
331 Will Dalton OF C Florida
332 Shane Sasaki OF H Iolani HS (HI)
333 Brock Bell RHP J State College of Florida
334 Nick Paciorek RHP C Northwestern
335 Nick Morreale RHP C Georgetown
336 Pat DeMarco OF C Vanderbilt
337 Adam Lukas RHP C Evansville
338 Morgan McSweeney RHP C Wake Forest
339 Chase Murray OF C Georgia Tech
340 Ramsey David RHP H Buford HS (GA)
341 Alex Helmin 1B/OF H Providence Catholic HS (IL)
342 Connor Thomas LHP C Georgia Tech
343 Xavier Carter 1B H Capital Christian HS (CA)
344 Cameron Warren 1B C Texas Tech
345 Ray Torres C H Providence HS (NC)
346 Connor Gillispie RHP C VCU
347 Kadon Morton OF/RHP H Arlington Seguin HS (TX)
348 Peyton Burdick OF C Wright State
349 J.J. Cruz SS H Gahr HS (CA)
350 Jake Prizina LHP C Seattle


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