122. Pirates: Texas HS RHP Colten Brewer. Made a late push up boards. Works 87-91 mph fastball with sink. Touches 93 and figures to add velocity when he fills out 6-foot-4, 190-pound frame.
123. Mariners: Virginia C John Hicks. Live bodied athlete with gap power. Questions about chance of staying behind the plate, but doesn't have a lot of experience back there. Arm average at best.
124. Diamondbacks: Kansas State RHP Evan Marshall. Back of the bullpen arm where his stuff plays up. 93-94 mph fastball and plus slider. Some effort out of 6-foot-1, 207-pound frame.
125. Orioles: Arizona RHP Kyle Simon. Big frame at 6-foot-5, 220 pounds. Lots of sink to fastball and feel for pitching. Touches 93, but works 86-89. Also throws mid-80s cutter.
126. Royals: Florida HS RHP Kyle Smith. Generously listed at 6-feet but an athletic righthander with good stuff. Sits 88-92 but has touched 95 this spring. Good feel for a breaking ball and pitches with a swagger.
127. Nationals: Santa Barbara (Calif.) CC LHP Kylin Turnbull. Faded down the stretch but has lean, loose frame at 6-foot-4, 195. Average fastball but has touched 93-94. Average splitter and fringy slider.
128. Indians: James Madison C Jake Lowery. Good bat with power. Big numbers in college. Questions about defense, but can be a big league backup.
129. Cubs: Louisville RHP Tony Zych. Works 94-97, touching 99. Some funk to his delivery makes fastball seem faster. Athletic 6-foot-3, 188 pounds. Slider needs consistency.
130. Astros: Santa Fe (Fla.) CC Chris Lee.
131. Brewers: Cal State Fullerton 1B Nick Ramirez. Tough player to evaluate. Good feel for four-pitch mix as Titans closer but has plus raw power.
132. Mets: Cal State Fullerton RHP Tyler Pill. Sturdy build that evokes Ian Kennedy. 88-91 mph fastball but plays up with deception and command. Average curve and solid-average changeup that flashes plus.
133. Marlins: Georgia HS SS Tyler Palmer.
134. Dodgers: Oklahoma City University RHP Ryan O'Sullivan
135. Angels: Seminole (Fla.) State College RHP Michael Clevinger. 93-95 mph fastball and a potential swing-and-miss slider. Plenty of effort to delivery, which he has trouble repeating.
136. Athletics: Cal Poly OF Bobby Crocker. Very physical player. Plus runner with power. Impressive athlete.
137. Tigers: Kansas State 3B Jason King
138. Rockies: Texas HS LHP Dillon Thomas.
139. Blue Jays: Canadian RHP Thomas Robson. Fastball sits 88-91 mph out of big, 6-foot-4, 210-pound frame. Touches 93. Easy to project more velocity in future. Feel for the strike zone. Can spin a curveball and shows feel for changeup.
140. Cardinals: California HS SS Kenny Peoples. Plus runner and has shown ability to make contact. Below-average power but has good hand-eye coordination. Better fit for second base than shortstop.
141. White Sox: Kent State RHP Kyle McMillen. Teammate of Andrew Chafin, sits 91-94 mph. Refining a slider. Works out of the bullpen.
142. Red Sox: Cal State Fullerton RHP Noe Ramirez. Tremendous career in Titans uniform. Some elbow tenderness this spring but works 88-91 and peaks 92-93. Commands fastball, but has good offspeed stuff after learning from former Fulleteron lefty Ricky Romero.
143. Padres: Green River (Wash.) CC RHP Cody Hebner. Undersized at 6-feet, 160 pounds. Very good arm speed and touched 97 this spring. Sits 90-94. Slider shows flashes of being plus.
144. Rangers: California HS OF Desmond Henry. Raw, athletic prep player that can fly. Plus plus runner with very good range and adequate arm. Bat is a question, though he has hand-eye coordination and bat speed.
145. Reds: Villanova RHP Kyle McMyne. Thick, strong righthander whose fastball ranges from 90-96. Inconsistent breaking stuff and command. Better out of the bullpen.
146. Braves: Santa Clara RHP J.R. Graham. Fastball sits in the mid-90s and has a bulldog approach. Doesn't have a lot of plane to fastball and slider is inconsistent.
147. Giants: Arizona LHP Bryce Bandilla. Beast on the mound at 6-foot-4, 237 pounds and up to 97 mph fastball. Inconsistent this year. Plus changeup with good feel and a slurvy breaking ball.
148. Twins: UC Irvine RHP Matt Summers. Originally a center fielder for Anteaters. Ran fastball up to 96-97 mph in Cape Cod League. Sits 90-93. Power curveball is solid-average second pitch.
149. Yankees: New York HS 3B Matt Duran.
150. Rays: Arizona State 3B Riccio Torrez. Doesn't have standout tools but does a little bit of everything. Line drive swing with a chance for power in the future. Could be a utility player.
151. Phillies: Nebraska 3B Cody Asche. Hasn't had trouble with transition to new bats. Plus power from left side and should hit for solid average. Average arm strength but lacks soft hands and quick feet. Athletic enough for the outfield.
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