Blue Jays, Rangers, Red Sox, Yankees Pick Most Seniors

If you were a college senior hoping to be drafted, Tuesday was your day. You may not be offered a whole lot of money, but with the new collective bargaining agreement, there was plenty of chances to be picked. To give a better idea, we compiled a list of every college senior taken in the top 10 rounds.

Round Team Player School
1 Cardinals James Ramsey Florida State
2 Yankees Peter O'Brien Miami
3 Giants Mac Williamson Wake Forest
3 Rangers Patrick Cantwell Stony Brook
4 Mariners Patrick Kivlehan Rutgers
4 Nationals Brandon Miller Samford
4 Blue Jays Tucker Donahue Stetson
5 Marlins Austin Nola Louisiana State
5 Rockies Matt Wessinger St. John's
5 Blue Jays Brad Delatte Nicholls State
5 Dodgers Ross Stripling Texas A&M
6 Red Sox Mike Augliera Binghamton
6 Indians Joe Wendle West Chester (Pa.)
6 Rangers Royce Bollinger Gonzaga
6 Blue Jays Eric Phillips Georgia Southern
7 Astros Preston Tucker Florida
7 Pirates Jacob Stallings North Carolina
7 Braves David Starn Kent State
7 Cardinals Kyle Barraclough St. Mary's
7 Red Sox Kyle Kraus Portland
7 Rays Marty Gantt College of Charleston
7 Yankees Taylor Garrison Fresno State
7 Rangers Cam Schiller Oral Roberts
7 Blue Jays Ian Parmley Liberty
8 Rockies Derek Jones Washington State
8 Cubs Michael Heesch South Carolina-Beaufort
8 Blue Jays Harrison Frawley Coastal Carolina
8 Braves David Peterson College of Charleston
8 Red Sox Nathan Minnich Shepard (W. Va.)
8 Tigers Jeff McVaney Texas State
8 Rangers Cody Kendall Fresno State
8 Yankees Taylor Dugas Alabama
8 Phillies Josh Ludy Baylor
9 Blue Jays Jordan Leyland Azusa Pacific
9 Cubs Chadd Krist California
9 Pirates DJ. Crumlich UC Irvine
9 Mets Richie Rodriguez Eastern Kentucky
9 Reds Daniel Pigott Florida
9 Indians Jacob Lee Arkansas State
9 Nationals Derek Self Louisville
9 Angels Michael Roth South Carolina
9 Red Sox Michael Miller Cal Poly
9 Rangers John Niggli Liberty
9 Yankees Derek Varnadore Auburn
10 Astros Joseph Bircher Bradley
10 Mariners Grady Wood Western Oregon
10 Orioles Joel Hutter Dallas Baptist
10 Cubs Chad Martin Indiana
10 Padres Stephen Carmon South Carolina- Aiken
10 Blue Jays Alex Azor Navy
10 Dodgers Zach Babitt Academy of the Arts (Calif.)
10 Cardinals Jacob Wilson Memphis
10 Red Sox James Watkins Army
10 Rays Sean Bierman Tampa
10 Diamondbacks Daniel Poma Hofstra
10 Tigers Charles Gillies Masters College (Calif.)
10 Yankees Matthew Snyder Ole Miss

And here is a look at how many college seniors each team selected in the first 10 rounds.

AL East No. of Srs. NL East No. of Srs.
Blue Jays 7 Nationals 2
Red Sox 5 Braves 2
Yankees 5 Phillies 1
Rays 2 Mets 1
Orioles 1 Marlins 1
AL Central   NL Central  
Indians 2 Cubs 3
Tigers 2 Cardinals 3
Royals 0 Pirates 2
White Sox 0 Astros 2
Twins 0 Reds 1
    Brewers 0
AL West   NL West  
Rangers 5 Rockies 2
Mariners 2 Dodgers 2
Angels 1 Giants 1
Athletics 0 Diamondbacks 1
    Padres 1

Pat Hickey contributed to this report