Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
5 158 Florida Marlins Chase Austin SS N.C. $155,000
The Southern Conference had a strong season, with two regional teams and four others than won at least 30 games. Elon won the conference with a veteran lineup full of juniors and seniors. The team's top junior is Chase Austin, who has played all over the infield but mostly at third base. He's athletic, runs well and has shown a consistent ability to get the barrel of the bat to the ball. Scouts question whether his power will translate to wood.
14 418 Atlanta Braves Cory Harrilchak OF N.C.
Outfielder Cory Harrilchak is just 5-foot-11 but hit .410 as a junior before adding power as a senior, when he hit 16 homers. He also has arm strength but is more of a grinder than a tools guy. His feel for hitting should land him in the first 15 rounds.
20 601 Colorado Rockies Dallas Tarleton C N.C.
33 985 Pittsburgh Pirates Pat Irvine OF N.C.
Senior outfielder Pat Irvine should get drafted based on his feel for hitting. Irvine batted .402 this spring.
40 1194 San Diego Padres Tom Porter RHP N.C.
41 1233 Oakland Athletics Justin Hilt OF N.C.
Justin Hilt has average speed, a plus arm and solid power. He also struck out 74 times in just 228 at-bats.
42 1279 Tampa Bay Rays Bennett Davis 3B N.C.
Senior infielder Bennett Davis should get drafted based on his feel for hitting. Davis hit 18 homers and showed solid-average defensive tools this spring.