61. Astros: Nolan Fontana, ss, Florida: Reliable glove with patient offensive approach, college shortstop who could stay there if it all works out
62. Athletics: Bruce Maxwell, c/1b, Birmingham-Southern (Ala.): Nation's top Division III prospect has strength and lefthanded power; more bat than catcher
63. Twins: Mason Melotakis, lhp, Northwestern State: Hard-throwing college reliever with lefty power, short arm stroke precludes move to rotation
64. Mariners: Joe DeCarlo, ss/3b, Garnet Valley HS, Glen Mills, Pa. Below-average runner has bat control, potential power for third-base move
65. Orioles: Branden Kline, rhp, Virginia. Thrived as a reliever in 2011, lacked consistency for 2012. Has a feel for spin.
66. Royals: Sam Selman, lhp, Vanderbilt. Late bloomer flashes plus fastball-slider combination; inconsistent
67. Cubs: Duane Underwood, rhp, Pope HS, Marietta, Ga.: High-risk HS RHP with big upside; inconsistent quality of fastball, curve, performance
68. Padres: Jeremy Baltz, of, St. John's: Righthanded power slugger who will have to hit; LF profile; grinder
69. Pirates: Wyatt Mathisen, c, Calallen HS, Corpus Christi, Texas: Mostly played shortstop in high school, but profiles best behind the plate.
70. Padres: Dane Phillips, c/of, Oklahoma City: Not a great bet to catch, but LH bat could play at any position.
71. Mets: Matt Reynolds, 3b, Arkansas: Polished college defender with Mark Grudzielanek offensive upside
72. Twins: J.T. Chargois, rhp, Rice: Some scouts aren’t sold on his arm action and effort, but they all like 98 mph.
73. Rockies: Max White, of, Williston (Fla.) HS: Athletic, lithe center fielder with plus speed, sneaky power
74. Athletics: Nolan Sanburn, rhp, Arkansas: Big power arm up to 99 mph at times; inconsistent command, secondary
75. Mets: Teddy Stankiewicz, rhp, Fort Worth Christian HS, North Richland Hills, Texas: Arkansas signee has projectable frame, up to 94 mph at times with slider, curve
76. White Sox: Chris Beck, rhp, Georgia Southern: Down year from last summer; at his best, flashes 94-95 mph heat, plus cutter/slider; not that good this spring
77. Phillies: Dylan Doens, of/1b, Chapparal HS, Scottsdale, Ariz. Surprising pick this high, but lefthanded power gets him run up the board
78. Reds: Tanner Rahier, ss, Palm Desert (Calif.) HS: Baseball rat plays with a ton of energy. Knack for squaring it up with wood.
79. Indians: Mitchell Brown, rhp, Century HS, Rochester, Minn.: Top player in Minnesota, scouts love his size, stuff, projection and makeup. Video here.
80. Nationals: Tony Renda, 2b, California: Pac-12's top hitter the last two years, grinder with modest other tools
81. Blue Jays: Chase DeJong, rhp, Wilson HS, Long Beach: Solid, athletic build with potential for three plus pitches
82. Dodgers: Steve Rodriguez, lhp, Florida: Lefty reliever with deception, good cutter, 91-92 mph fastball, plus command
83. Rangers: Jamie Jarmon, of, Indian River HS, Dagsboro, Del.: Good body, could be power-speed corner fielder
84. Giants: Martin Agosta, rhp, St. Mary's: Added pitchability this spring, fastball at 92-94 at his best, chance to start?
85. Braves: Alex Wood, lhp, Georgia: Hard-throwing lefthander with fastball command, funk; delivery, breaking ball below-average
86. Cardinals: Carson Kelly, 3b, Westview HS, Portland, Ore. Draws David Wright comparisons for bat and makeup. Video:
87. Red Sox: Jamie Callahan, rhp, Dillon, S.C. Solid-bodied RHP who touches 93-94, chance for four pitches
88. Rays: Spencer Edwards, of/ss, Rockwall (Texas) HS: Switch-hitting 19-year-old with speed
89. Yankees: Austin Aune, of, Argyle (Texas) HS: TCU football recruit has plus raw power and arm strength
90. Diamondbacks: Joe Munoz, 3b, Los Altos HS, Hacienca Heights, Calif. Physical frame, flashes plus tools, inconsistent spring
91. Tigers: Jake Thompson, rhp, Rockwall-Heath HS, Heath, Texas: Physical TCU recruit, 6-foot-4, 235 pounds, touches 94
92. Brewers: Tyrone Taylor, of, Torrance (Calif.) HS: Prep running back with athleticism, center-field tools, split camp on bat
93. Rangers: Nick Williams, of, Ball HS, Galveston, Texas: Has first-round tools, but lacks instincts and feel for the game.
94: Yankees: Peter O'Brien, c/1b, Miami: Big righthanded power, below-average catch, average arm; senior
95: Phillies: Alec Rash, rhp, Adel DeSoto Minburn HS, Adel, Iowa: Long-toss monster gets out to 400 feet at times, which explains 95 mph velocity.
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