Players signed indicated in Bold

Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1466 Washington Nationals Rashad Hatcher OF Patrick Henry (Va.) JC Va.
2 1467 Pittsburgh Pirates Logan Pevny RHP West Milford (N.J.) HS N.J.
3 1468 Baltimore Orioles Hayden Jordan RHP Whitewater HS, Fayetteville, Ga. Ga.
4 1469 Kansas City Royals Jordan Propst RHP South Carolina S.C.
5 1470 Cleveland Indians Mark Bradley OF Central Arizona JC Ala.
6 1471 Arizona Diamondbacks Tad Barton RHP Muhlenberg HS, Laureldale, Pa. Pa.
7 1472 New York Mets Dillon Newman RHP Belton (Texas) HS Texas
8 1473 Houston Astros Kenny Diaz C Angel David HS, San Juan, P.R. P.R.
9 1474 San Diego Padres Elliott Glynn LHP Connecticut Conn.
Glynn, a lefthander, spent his first two seasons at UConn as a two-way player before concentrating solely on pitching this spring. He has emerged as one of the best pitchers in the Big East, going 7-2, 2.12 through 12 starts. Glynn relies on his moxie and feel for pitching more than his stuff, as his fastball is below-average. He typically works at 86-88 mph and touches 89-90 early in games, but his velocity often drops into the 83-86 range in the middle innings. The pitch plays up because he can cut it, and he mixes in a slurvy breaking ball and a changeup that can be effective against righties. Glynn has a smallish 6-foot-1, 175-pound build, but he makes up for his stature with a nasty competitive streak. He profiles best as a reliever and is likely to be drafted between the 10th and 20th round, with a chance to sneak into the top 10 rounds.
10 1475 Oakland Athletics Nick Rosso OF Lincoln HS, Stockton, Calif. Calif.
11 1476 Toronto Blue Jays Matt Abraham 2B Eckerd (Fla.) Fla.
12 1477 Cincinnati Reds El'Hajj Muhammad RHP JC of Morris (N.J.) N.J.
13 1478 Chicago White Sox Pat Schatz RHP Iowa Iowa
14 1479 Milwaukee Brewers Alexander Simone OF Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. N.Y.
15 1480 Chicago Cubs Bryce Shafer RHP Valparaiso Ind.
16 1481 Tampa Bay Rays Danny Hoilman 1B East Tennessee State Tenn.
East Tennessee State first baseman Paul Hoilman rivaled Kirby-Jones for gaudy numbers, batting .421/.526/.860 in dominating the Big South Conference. Hoilman has feel for hitting and has a mature approach against mediocre pitching, as well as the strength to hit for power with wood. He hit eight homers last summer in the New England Collegiate League. His athletic ability is modest and his defense, while improved, rates below average.
17 1482 Seattle Mariners Colton Keough OF Tesoro HS, Las Flores, Calif. Calif.
Son and grandson of former big leaguers, Colton Keough is an athletic outfielder with terrific speed. His family has been featured on the television show "The Real Housewives of Orange County." An intriguing talent, Keough has yet to hit on a consistent basis, reminiscent of his toolsy older brother Shane, who is in the Athletics organization.
18 1483 Detroit Tigers Tyson Kendrick C Tabor (Kan.) Kan.
19 1484 Atlanta Braves Ryan Turner RHP McLennan (Texas) JC Texas
20 1485 Minnesota Twins LeAndre Davis SS Georgia Perimeter JC Ga.
LeAndre Davis, who was drafted last year by the Twins, remains raw both at the plate, where he has bat speed both lacks plate discipline and pitch recognition, and on the mound, where he sits at 88-90 mph.
21 1486 Texas Rangers Juan Gomes C Miami Southridge HS Fla.
22 1487 Florida Marlins Cody Lavalli RHP Granite Hills HS, Apple Valley, Calif. Calif.
23 1488 San Francisco Giants Dan Pellegrino C UC Riverside Calif.
24 1489 St. Louis Cardinals Bob Revesz LHP Louisville Ky.
25 1490 Colorado Rockies Brett Thomas RHP Poway (Calif.) HS Calif.
26 1491 Philadelphia Phillies Kyle Hallock LHP Kent State Ohio
27 1492 Los Angeles Dodgers Robby Shultz RHP Eastside Catholic HS, Sammamish, Wash. Wash.
28 1493 Boston Red Sox Trygg Larsson-Danforth 1B Yale Conn.
29 1494 Los Angeles Angels Alex Burkard LHP Georgia College & State Ga.
30 1495 New York Yankees Will Arthur OF Abbotsford (B.C.) SS British Columbia