Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
4 130 Houston Astros Chris Lee LHP Fla. $215,000
At 6-foot-3, 175 pounds, lefthander Chris Lee is a stringbean with room to fill out if his frame will allow it. At his best, Lee had the best fastball on the Santa Fe staff, which also included hard-throwing Ben O'Shea and state JC pitcher of the year Malcolm Clapsaddle. Lee touched 94 mph, sat 89-93 and at times had an above-average slider. He threw well at the state's JC tournament, raising his draft stock, but also was a known commodity, as the White Sox drafted him in the 37th round in 2010 out of a Tampa-area high school.
10 321 Chicago White Sox Ben O'Shea LHP Fla.
Santa Fe lefthander Ben O'Shea consistently sat in the upper 80s most of the season, and with his 6-foot-6, 250-pound frame teams had enough to dream on. He improved his stock greatly by sitting in the 90-92 mph range at the state juco tournament as his team's No. 2 starter behind Malcolm Clapsaddle. O'Shea also shows feel for a changeup and a fringe-average slurvy breaking ball.
48 1452 New York Mets Malcolm Clapsaddle RHP Fla.
The state pitcher of the year, Clapsaddle has a memorable name and bumped 92 mph in the fall. His fastball velocity was less showy during the season, and his stuff generally earns fringy grades. He began his college career at Georgia and will go to High Point if he doesn't sign.
49 1473 Seattle Mariners Andrew Grifol 1B Fla.