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Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1346 Washington Nationals Jeff Bouton OF Hoggard HS, Wilmington, N.C. N.C.
North Carolina recruit Bouton has good athletic ability and turned in 6.6-second 60 times, with his swing generally considered too rough to work with wood at this stage.
2 1347 Pittsburgh Pirates Connor Sadzeck RHP Crystal Lake (Ill.) Central HS Ill.
3 1348 Baltimore Orioles Nathan Williams RHP Scripps Ranch HS, San Diego Calif.
4 1349 Kansas City Royals Tom Zebroski SS George Washington D.C.
5 1350 Cleveland Indians Frank DeJiulio RHP Daytona Beach (Fla.) CC Fla.
6 1351 Arizona Diamondbacks Javan Williams OF Contra Costa (Calif.) JC Calif.
Outfielder Williams has a chance to be the next Comet to get a shot at pro ball, though he is a later-round prospect. Williams is a lefthanded hitter with some tools and a legitimate chance to hit, and at 6-foot-2, 185-pounds he has size and strength.
7 1352 New York Mets Terrance Jackson LHP Oklahoma City Okla.
8 1353 Houston Astros Ian Vazquez SS Perkiomen HS, Pennsburg, Pa. Pa.
9 1354 San Diego Padres Michael Fagen LHP San Diego Jewish Academy Calif.
10 1355 Oakland Athletics Krey Bratsen OF Bryan (Texas) HS Texas
Bratsen is the fastest true prospect in the 2010 draft, capable of running the 60-yard dash in 6.35 seconds. He seems destined to take that speed to Texas A&M. His father James led the Aggies in RBIs for three years running in the 1970s, and the campus is just five minutes from Bratsen's high school. He also has a seven-figure price tag, and the rest of his game isn't refined enough to warrant that kind of payday. Bratsen's second-best tool is his strong arm. He has plenty of bat speed, but he has a long righthanded swing and doesn't make consistent contact. At 6 feet and 160 pounds, he lacks the strength to drive balls. His speed is an asset in center field, but his instincts are just fair and he doesn't take good routes on flyballs. Bratsen has considerable potential as a hitter and defender, but he's a few years away from realizing it yet.
11 1356 Toronto Blue Jays Phil Diedrick OF Pickering HS, Ajax, Ont. Ontario
Outfielder Diedrick has strength from the left side of the plate, but really struggles with recognizing breaking balls and is a poor runner, limiting his profile.
12 1357 Cincinnati Reds Will Harford C Notre Dame Ind.
13 1358 Chicago White Sox Ronald Cotton OF Boone County HS, Florence, Ky. Ky.
14 1359 Milwaukee Brewers Lucas Moran RHP Lutheran HS North, Houston Texas
15 1360 Chicago Cubs Devon Austin C Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) HS Idaho
16 1361 Tampa Bay Rays Blake Freeman LHP Sunnyslope HS, Phoenix Ariz.
17 1362 Seattle Mariners Stephen Kohlscheen RHP Auburn Ala.
18 1363 Detroit Tigers Jake Morton C Hudsonville (Mich.) HS Mich.
19 1364 Atlanta Braves Joe Lucas SS Dakota County Tech (Minn.) JC Minn.
20 1365 Minnesota Twins James Buckelew LHP Collins Hills HS, Suwanee, Ga. Ga.
21 1366 Texas Rangers Johnathan Moore C Houston Baptist Texas
22 1367 Florida Marlins Jeremy Weber RHP Chaffey (Calif.) JC Calif.
23 1368 San Francisco Giants Greg Greve RHP Walsh Jesuit HS, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Ohio
24 1369 St. Louis Cardinals Robert Hansen RHP Beech HS, Hendersonville, Tenn. Tenn.
25 1370 Colorado Rockies Mike Benjamin Jr. SS Basha HS, Gilbert, Ariz. Ariz.
26 1371 Philadelphia Phillies Mike Francisco LHP Villanova Pa.
Francisco, a 6-foot-5 lefthander, works at 88-91 mph and has improved his secondary stuff this spring. He scrapped his curveball in favor of a cutter and a slider, which are works in progress but are usable in games. Scouts seemed content to wait until his senior year to take a shot at him.
27 1372 Los Angeles Dodgers Logan Gallagher SS Louisburg (N.C.) JC N.C.
28 1373 Boston Red Sox James Kang SS Pomona-Pitzer (Calif.) Calif.
29 1374 Los Angeles Angels Vinnie St. John RHP Southern California Calif.
30 1375 New York Yankees Tyler Johnson OF Penn State Pa.