Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
2 76 Detroit Tigers James McCann C Ark. $577,900
McCann is a California product who was drafted in the 31st round out of high school and has started for most of the last three seasons at Arkansas. He is putting together his best college season as a consistent hitter for a relatively punchless Arkansas club, rebounding from a .105 showing in the Cape Cod League last summer. McCann doesn't have any standout tools, but he also doesn't have a glaring weakness. He has a chance to hit for average and has fringe-average power, though his swing can get long. His home runs usually come on mistakes, and he has had issues with velocity. McCann has a solid-average arm and is a fringe-average receiver whose actions can get long defensively as well. His solid 6-foot-2, 210-pound frame is a plus, as are his leadership skills and intangibles. The thin college catcher crop should help him get drafted in the first three rounds.
17 531 Chicago White Sox Collin Kuhn OF Ark.
Fellow Razorback outfielder Collin Kuhn outhit Kyle Robinson against better league pitching and was the team's leading home run hitter. Like Robinson, he can be too aggressive at the plate, but at least he has speed and can sub in as a center fielder. His below-average arm may limit him from being a fourth outfielder, however. He's a fourth-year junior with present strength and no carrying tool.
23 707 Detroit Tigers Trent Daniel LHP Ark.
28 861 Chicago White Sox Kyle Robinson 1B Ark.
Arkansas has its own senior sign in outfielder Kyle Robinson, who has power and athleticism. He struggled in Southeastern Conference play, hitting just .175.
31 940 Houston Astros Jarrod McKinney OF Ark.
43 1298 Cleveland Indians Geoff Davenport LHP Ark. $100,000