||Player, Pos., College
||Drafted '03 (Round)
||Then vs. now
||Andrew Miller, lhp, North Carolina
||Devil Rays (3)
||Highest unsigned '03 pick slipped to third round when late-season control issues scared off clubs.
||Drew Stubbs, of, Texas
||Astros would have signed multi-tooled athlete if commissioner's office hadn't squashed over-slot deal.
||Max Scherzer, rhp, Missouri
||Scherzer has gained strength, velocity and consistency since his prep days, when he topped at 94 but worked in the 80s.
||Daniel Bard, rhp, North Carolina
||Bard wanted a reported $2 million to pass on college, but has battled control lapses while going 15-8, 3.99 in two seasons.
||Ian Kennedy, rhp, Southern California
||A broken kneecap and commitments to USC and Scott Boras caused clubs to pass on the polished prep.
||Matt LaPorta, 1b/3b, Florida
||LaPorta lacked size and a true position as a prep, but an NCAA-best 26 homers in '05 addressed those issues.
||Evan Longoria, 3b, Long Beach State
||A product of Nomar Garciaparra's high school, Longoria wasn't overlooked; he's just worked hard and improved rapidly
||Wes Hodges, 3b, Georgia Tech
||White Sox (13)
||A broken left wrist sapped Hodges' power as a prep senior, knocking him out of the early rounds and into college.
||Brandon Morrow, rhp, California
||Morrow hit 92-93 mph three years ago, but weighed only 165 pounds and struggled with consistency and command.
||Dallas Buck, rhp, Oregon State
||A commitment to play defensive back at OSU and questions about makeup forced Buck from the top five rounds.
||Kyle McCulloch, rhp, Texas
||McCulloch had all the ingredients at affluent Bellaire High, but his Texas commitment forced him down 12-15 rounds.
||Joba Chamberlain, rhp, Nebraska
||Chamberlain started his college career at Division II Nebraska-Kearney before losing about 40 pounds and blossoming.
||Brad Lincoln, rhp, Houston
||Scouts liked everything about Lincoln in high school aside from his sub-6-foot stature, which won't be an issue in June.
||Mark Melancon, rhp, Arizona
||Melancon was the top-rated high school player in Colorado in 2003; he hit 90 mph consistently with command
||Jared Hughes, rhp, Long Beach State
||Devil Rays (16)
||A star on the showcase circuit, Hughes lost the feel for his secondary stuff and raised questions about his toughness.
||Greg Reynolds, rhp, Stanford
||His size and power stuff made him a second-round option, but a Stanford commitment always scares off suitors.
||Jason Donald, ss, Arizona
||Donald was a legit third-round talent as a high school senior, but he wanted more compensation to pass on college.
||Blair Erickson, rhp, UC Irvine
||Erickson broke his ankle in a pickup basketball game in February of his senior year, killing his chances of going early.
||Colin Curtis, of, Arizona State
||A shoulder injury limited Curtis to a DH role as a senior; when he fell from the top two rounds, college was an easy choice.
||Brennan Boesch, of, California
||Scouts wanted to see more power and speed from the 6-foot-6 Boesch to meet his second-round asking price to forgo college
||Brian Jeroloman, c, Florida
||His exquisite defensive skills were recognized by scouts in high school, but he just wasn't willing to sign at the time.
||Chris Perez, rhp, Miami
||Academics and an inability to hold his power stuff longer than two to three innings caused teams to pass on Perez
||Justin Masterson, rhp, San Diego State
||Masterson hit 90 as an Indiana prep, but was very raw with just two years of pitching under his belt
||Gary Daley, rhp, Cal Poly
||Natural evolution from a mid-80s fastball in high school to mid 90s as a college junior has sent his stock soaring.
||Chad Tracy, c, Pepperdine
||He slipped under the radar, even though he had power potential and was the son of Dodgers manager Jim Tracy.