Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
9 283 Kansas City Royals Daniel Stumpf LHP Texas $125,000
Stumpf threw seven shutout innings in the Region XIV championship game to send San Jacinto to the Junior College World Series for the sixth time in seven seasons. The Gators are usually loaded with pitching prospects, but this year Stumpf is their lone player who projects to get drafted in the first 15 rounds. The six-foot-2, 198-pound Stumpf works at 88-91 mph with his fastball and touches 94, maintaining his velocity deep into games. He has some armside run on his heater, which he backs up with an average changeup and an effective cutter/slider. He does a good job of throwing strikes and commanding his pitches. At 22, Stumpf is older than most junior college sophomores. He took off a year in high school to work and spent a year at Stephen F. Austin State as a student. Committed to NAIA power Lubbock Christian (Texas) for 2013, he's expected to sign.
10 335 Milwaukee Brewers Anthony Banda LHP Texas $125,000
After turning down the Diamondbacks as a 33rd-round pick out of high school in 2011, Banda claimed a spot in the rotation on a San Jacinto team that finished runner-up at the Junior College World Series. The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder has yet to fill out, which bodes well for adding velocity to his 87-89 mph fastball. His sharp curveball is his best pitch, and he made strides with his changeup this spring. He has a long, loose arm but needs to do a better job of attacking the strike zone.