Auburn and UCLA led the way among the most popular sources of 2010 draft talent, as both schools had 11 players picked. Auburn's top selection was surprisingly outfielder Trent Mummey, who went in the fourth round to the Orioles. UCLA's top selection was second-round lefthander Rob Rasmussen, drafted 73rd overall by the Marlins.
Four schools checked in next with 10 players picked: Arizona State, Georgia Tech, Louisville and San Diego. Two junior colleges, Southern Nevada and San Jacinto (Texas), as well as Division II Tampa, were among the six schools next in line with nine.
Six U.S. high schools had three players picked apiece: Barbe High in Lake Charles, La.; Brandon (Fla.) High; Lakeland (Fla.) High; Scripps Ranch (Calif.) High; Upland (Calif.) High; and Walsh Jesuit High in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
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