Players signed indicated in Bold

Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1316 Washington Nationals Bryce Hines RHP Hanahan (S.C.) HS S.C.
Hines, a Citadel recruit, has better size than Forrest Koumas, with a similar curveball that he commands better. He won his first 13 decisions this spring and sits more in the mid-80s with his fastball.
2 1317 Pittsburgh Pirates Cory McGinnis RHP Shelton State (Ala.) JC Ala.
3 1318 Baltimore Orioles Preston Hale OF North Florida Fla.
4 1319 Kansas City Royals Shawn Payne 2B Georgia Southern Ga.
5 1320 Cleveland Indians Brock Stassi LHP Nevada Nev.
6 1321 Arizona Diamondbacks Eric Groff 3B Keystone (Pa.) Pa.
7 1322 New York Mets Kevin Gelinas LHP UC Santa Barbara Calif.
Gelinas, whose career has wound through Pepperdine and Central Arizona JC, is big lefty reliever who can touch 94 mph with his fastball--when healthy. He threw just five innings all season due to an elbow strain and had received a medical redshirt.
8 1323 Houston Astros Alexis Garza RHP McAllen (Texas) HS Texas
9 1324 San Diego Padres Robert Sabo RHP Kent State Ohio
10 1325 Oakland Athletics Lonnie Kauppila SS Burbank (Calif.) HS Calif.
11 1326 Toronto Blue Jays Mott Hyde 2B Calhoun (Ga.) HS Ga.
Hyde's tools are all average or fringe-average aside from his throwing arm, which should allow him to stay at shortstop in college.
12 1327 Cincinnati Reds Ed Campbell LHP Bridgewater Raynham HS, Bridgewater, Mass. Mass.
Campbell, a Virginia Tech signee, has a long arm action but throws a heavy high-80s fastball and flashes a tight breaking ball. He's a bit undersized at 5-foot-11, 170 pounds, but he could make an impact for the Hokies.
13 1328 Chicago White Sox Matt Chavez RHP San Francisco Calif.
14 1329 Milwaukee Brewers T.J. Mittelstaedt OF Long Beach State Calif.
15 1330 Chicago Cubs Jake Rogers 1B St. Petersburg (Fla.) JC Fla.
16 1331 Tampa Bay Rays Mickey Jannis RHP Cal State Bakersfield Calif.
17 1332 Seattle Mariners Tim Boyce RHP Rhode Island R.I.
Boyce improved from his junior year to his senior year, going 5-3, 3.63 with 84 strikeouts and 21 walks in 94 innings this spring and carrying a no-hitter into the eighth inning in his final regular-season start. Boyce's medical history and violent arm action give scouts pause, but his 87-91 mph fastball has life, and he competes with a four-pitch mix.
18 1333 Detroit Tigers Ricky Knapp RHP Port Charlotte (Fla.) HS Fla.
19 1334 Atlanta Braves Ryan Morrow C St. Mary's (Texas) Texas
20 1335 Minnesota Twins David Deminsky LHP St. Cloud State (Minn.) Minn.
21 1336 Texas Rangers Shawn Stuart RHP Merced (Calif.) JC Calif.
22 1337 Florida Marlins Tyler Abbott LHP Royal HS, Simi Valley, Calif. Calif.
23 1338 San Francisco Giants Jake Shadle RHP Green River (Wash.) JC Wash.
24 1339 St. Louis Cardinals Adam Melker OF Cal Poly Calif.
25 1340 Colorado Rockies Kyle Richter LHP Santa Margarita HS, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Calif.
26 1341 Philadelphia Phillies Jesse Meaux RHP UC Santa Barbara Calif.
Junior righthander Meaux misses few bats but can reach the low 90s with his four-seamer and was a strike-throwing workhorse for the Gauchos, issuing just 14 free passes in 91 innings.
27 1342 Los Angeles Dodgers Nick Baker RHP Palm Desert (Calif.) HS Calif.
28 1343 Boston Red Sox Zac Kapstein C Tiverton (R.I.) HS R.I.
29 1344 Los Angeles Angels Mike Turner OF Chesapeake (Md.) JC Md.
30 1345 New York Yankees Dave Middendorf LHP Northern Kentucky Ky.