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Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1196 Washington Nationals Alejandro Diaz SS Ferguson HS, Miami Fla.
2 1197 Pittsburgh Pirates Harrison Cooney RHP Vero Beach (Fla.) HS Fla.
3 1198 Baltimore Orioles Joe Velleggia C Old Dominion Va.
4 1199 Kansas City Royals Dale Cornstubble C Central Michigan Mich.
5 1200 Cleveland Indians Jordan Casas OF Long Beach State Calif.
6 1201 Arizona Diamondbacks Ryan Casillas 1B Hamilton HS, Chandler, Ariz. Ariz.
7 1202 New York Mets Brock Stewart SS Normal (Ill.) West HS Ill.
Third baseman Brock Stewart has hitting ability and arm strength but needs to fill out his 6-foot-2, 175-pound frame. Stewart's father Jeff is a former Redbirds coach who now scouts for the Padres.
8 1203 Houston Astros Jeremiah Meiners LHP Francis Marion (S.C.) S.C.
9 1204 San Diego Padres Justin Echevarria C Stony Brook N.Y.
10 1205 Oakland Athletics Andrew Smith RHP Roswell (Ga.) HS Ga.
Smith is a North Carolina recruit who has shown good arm strength at 90-92 mph, touching 93. He has flashed a strong curveball with depth at times, but didn't wow scouts despite his good raw stuff.
11 1206 Toronto Blue Jays Brandon Berl RHP St. Mary's Calif.
St. Mary's righthander Berl should be a good senior sign, with a fastball in the 88-92 mph range with two good breaking pitches, which fits a bullpen profile. He is a strike thrower with good makeup.
12 1207 Cincinnati Reds Lee Orr OF McNeese State La.
Redshirt sophomore Lee Orr has hit 31 homers in two seasons at McNeese State, and he has legitimate power to all fields. The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder also struggles against breaking balls and struck out 68 times in 224 at-bats this spring, so it's not clear how well he'll be able to handle pro pitching. He also has a plus arm and solid-average speed, though his defense can get rough in right field.
13 1208 Chicago White Sox Conrad Gregor OF Carmel (Ind.) HS Ind.
Outfielder/first baseman Gregor has an intriguing bat, but he's strongly committed to Vanderbilt. He has a great body at 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, and the swing, bat speed and strength to hit for power and average from the left side of the plate. Though he's an average runner, Gregor is awkward in the field and has a below-average arm. His hands and feet are a liability at first base, so he fits better in left field.
14 1209 Milwaukee Brewers Scott Matyas RHP Minnesota Minn.
Righthander Scott Matyas set a Minnesota record with 15 saves as a draft-eligible sophomore in 2009, then turned down the Yankees as a 29th-round pick to return to the Gophers. He showed more velocity this spring, working in the low 90s and commanding his fastball well after recovering from an early-season forearm strain. An athletic 6-foot-4, 215-pounder, he uses a loopy curveball as his second pitch. He had Tommy John surgery in 2005.
15 1210 Chicago Cubs Brian Smith LHP St. Mary Catholic SS, Pickering, Ont. Ontario
Lefthander Smith has been mostly 84-87 mph in the past and took his stuff up a notch when the Canadian junior team recently traveled to the Dominican Republic. He worked at 87-90 mph, sitting at 88 with a solid changeup and an above-average curveball. He's a work in progress but could go pretty good in a year thin on lefthanded pitching.
16 1211 Tampa Bay Rays Wade Broyles RHP Belhaven (Miss.) Miss.
17 1212 Seattle Mariners Nate Reed RHP Kutztown (Pa.) Pa.
Reed spent his first three seasons at Pittsburgh, where he showed flashes but was inconsistent. He transferred to Kutztown for his senior season and threw a no-hitter against Bloomsburg in April, but his fastball has not shown the velocity it had in the past, sitting in the mid- to high 80s and topping out at 90. He has a durable 6-foot-3, 180-pound frame and shows a good breaking ball at times in bullpens, but it doesn't play as well in games. He also has a history of battling command woes.
18 1213 Detroit Tigers Pete Miller SS Trinity International (Ill.) Ill.
19 1214 Atlanta Braves Ian Marshall RHP Richmond Va.
20 1215 Minnesota Twins Vance Woodruff RHP Grayson County (Texas) CC Texas
21 1216 Texas Rangers Travis Meiners OF Dallas Baptist Texas
22 1217 Florida Marlins Dustin Emmons RHP UC Riverside Calif.
23 1218 San Francisco Giants Wes Hobson 2B Appalachian State N.C.
24 1219 St. Louis Cardinals Phil Cerreto 3B Longwood Va.
25 1220 Colorado Rockies Brandon Brennan RHP Capistrano Valley HS, Mission Viejo, Calif. Calif.
26 1221 Philadelphia Phillies Jeff Harvill LHP Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport, La. La.
Evangel righty Jeff Harvill, who has an 89-91 mph fastball and promising secondary stuff, pitched sparingly after coming down with elbow tendinitis.
27 1222 Los Angeles Dodgers Kaleb Clark RHP Riverton (Kan.) HS Kan.
28 1223 Boston Red Sox Luke Yoder OF Cal Poly Calif.
29 1224 Los Angeles Angels Drew Oldfield C Dixie State (Utah) Utah
30 1225 New York Yankees Mike Gerber OF Neuqua Valley HS, Naperville, Ill. Ill.