Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
5 163 Detroit Tigers Alex Avila C Ala. $169,000
Alabama's best prospect is Alex Avila, who is a catcher for the Crimson Tide but may not be able to stay there as a pro. Wherever he is defensively, Avila's game will always be on offense. He has a professional approach with power, especially to the opposite field, and advanced hit instincts. He's the son of Tigers assistant general manager Al Avila.
36 1086 Minnesota Twins Miers Quigley LHP Ala.
At 6-foot-5, 220 pounds, Quigley has a pitcher's body and throws his fastball between 89-91 mph. His curveball is average and changeup has improved this season. After being a highly touted draft prospect out of high school, Quigley struggled with command and pitchability in his first two seasons at Alabama, but this year has shown signs of putting it all together.
47 1420 Los Angeles Angels Josh Copeland RHP Ala.