Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
2 80 Los Angeles Angels Pat Corbin LHP Fla. $450,000
Corbin attracted much less fanfare out of high school and went to Mohawk Valley (N.Y.) CC in 2008 to play baseball and basketball. He transferred to Chipola for 2009 and emerged as the state's top juco pitching prospect. He has a lean 6-foot-3, 170-pound frame with plenty of projection and a solid-average fastball, touching 92 mph and sitting in the upper 80s. His changeup has made real progress, as has his fastball command. He already had a feel for spinning a breaking ball, which is how he struck out 86 in 74 innings.
6 194 New York Mets David Buchanan RHP Fla.
Teammate David Buchanan, a righthander, has a much bigger arm, running his four-seam fastball up to 96 mph and sitting at 90-94. He lacks control due to a poor delivery, but his arm works well and he has athleticism so he could smooth things out. At times his curveball gives him a second plus pitch. He works hard but has to learn to get people out, rather than pitching for the radar gun and scouts.
37 1109 Cincinnati Reds Dayne Read OF Fla. $225,000
41 1251 Los Angeles Angels Joey Rapp OF Fla.
42 1272 Minnesota Twins Marc Bourgeois OF Fla.
Chipola also has a solid hitting option for scouts in outfielder Marc Bourgeois, who resembles fellow Canadian and Chipola alum Rene Tosoni, now in the Twins system. Bourgeois has a smooth lefthanded swing as pure as Tosoni's, with more raw power. He also has impressive speed and instincts, leading the team with 11 homers and 22 steals in 23 attempts.