Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
31 941 Milwaukee Brewers Sean Albury RHP Fla.
Sean Albury, a smallish righthander originally from the Bahamas, has a fastball that ranges from 90-93 mph, and that should get him drafted.
37 1127 Detroit Tigers Nick Avila RHP Fla.
38 1146 Kansas City Royals Andrew Durden RHP Fla.
Nova Southeastern has a late sleeper in outfielder Andrew Durden, whom scouts know well from stints at Florida State (last year) and Indian River JC. At 5-foot-11, 211 pounds, Durden was a two-way player in juco and just pitched at Florida State, then came to Division II Nova to hit. He has tools, with present strength and solid power as he smashed 16 home runs and slugged .721. His inexperience as a full-time hitter showed, with 57 strikeouts in 197 at-bats. Durden has excellent bat speed, an above-average arm and above-average speed, and he switch-hits. The intriguing raw package should get him drafted in the first dozen rounds.