Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
11 345 Los Angeles Angels Garrett Baker LHP Va.
13 418 Minnesota Twins Steven Evans LHP Va.
15 470 St. Louis Cardinals Matt Williams SS Va.
17 532 Boston Red Sox Blake Forslund RHP Va.
Righthander Blake Forslund pitched at 92-95 mph in the fall, but inexperience and a knee injury made for a disappointing spring. A redshirt sophomore, Forslund made a single one-inning appearance for Virginia in 2009 before transferring. He sat out 2010 and was thrown right into the fire this season, but he struggled with his command and went 1-2, 8.31. He also missed time with the knee injury and threw just 22 innings. At 6-foot-4, 215 pounds, he has good frame and power stuff and can get his fastball into the mid-90s. But he doesn't work off his fastball enough and has a tendency to leave his pitches up in the zone.
36 1100 St. Louis Cardinals Casey Rasmus C Va.
38 1161 Chicago White Sox Keegan Linza RHP Va.
42 1264 Arizona Diamondbacks Tyler Bream 3B Va.
Third baseman Tyler Bream impressed at the plate in 2010, hitting .357/.393/.546 with 22 doubles and nine home runs in 269 at-bats. Whether it's the less lively bats or just draftitis, he batted .252/.291/.332 in 226 at-bats this season, with three home runs and nine doubles. Tyler is the son of former major leaguer Sid Bream, so some teams may bet on the pedigree and hope things will click in pro ball. But his performance this season may mean he'll be back for his senior year.