Players signed indicated in Bold

Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1472 Pittsburgh Pirates Austin White 3B Arkansas HS, Texarkana, Ark. Ark.
2 1473 Seattle Mariners Andrew Grifol 1B Santa Fe (Fla.) JC Fla.
3 1474 Arizona Diamondbacks Jake Williams 1B South Mountain (Ariz.) JC Ariz.
4 1475 Baltimore Orioles Ronnie Shaban RHP Virginia Tech Va.
Ronnie Shaban is a .322 career hitter for Virginia Tech, but he doesn't profile well as a position player and teams have interest in him as a righthanded reliever. There's effort to his delivery, but his fastball is 92-94 mph.
5 1476 Kansas City Royals Adrian Morales 3B South Carolina S.C.
6 1477 Washington Nationals Hunter Cole OF Dorman HS, Roebuck, S.C. S.C.
Cole, a Georgia recruit, is considered a tough sign and had informed area scouts of his intention to go to college. He has the tools for third base defensively with solid hands and a strong throwing arm, and he's an average runner as well. He played a lot of outfield as a senior, and high school outfielders who aren't burners can be a tough sell. His power potential--he hit .525 with eight homers this spring--might have pushed him into the three-to-five round had he been signable.
7 1478 Cleveland Indians Brian Hansen OF St. Cloud State (Minn.) Minn.
8 1479 Chicago Cubs Antonio Gonzales LHP Damien HS, La Verne, Calif. Calif.
9 1480 Houston Astros Dave Peterson RHP College of Charleston S.C.
Peterson has good arm strength, sitting at 91-94 mph as a starter with his four-seamer, but less control and pitchability than Mizenko. At 6-foot-4, 214 pounds, Peterson has pro size and fringy secondary stuff with his slider and changeup. He doesn't get a ton of swings and misses despite his fastball velocity.
10 1481 Milwaukee Brewers Gant Elmore 2B Yale Conn.
11 1482 New York Mets Sean Buckle LHP Wilson HS, Long Beach Calif.
12 1483 Florida Marlins Connor Little RHP Hawaii Hawaii
13 1484 Los Angeles Dodgers J.J. Ethel C Louisville Ky.
14 1485 Los Angeles Angels Matt Vedo RHP UC Santa Barbara Calif.
15 1486 Oakland Athletics Charles Sheffield OF Pendleton School, Bradenton, Fla. Fla.
16 1487 Detroit Tigers Brett Impemba OF Dakota HS, Macomb, Mich. Mich.
17 1488 Colorado Rockies Tyler Bernard SS Palomar (Calif.) JC Calif.
18 1489 Toronto Blue Jays Charlie LaMar LHP Clearwater (Fla.) Central Catholic HS Fla.
19 1490 St. Louis Cardinals Corey Baker RHP Pittsburgh Pa.
20 1491 Chicago White Sox Zach Regier OF Gilbert (Ariz.) HS Ariz.
21 1492 Boston Red Sox Jadd Schmeltzer RHP Cornell N.Y.
22 1493 San Diego Padres Ryan Hutchison OF Western Kentucky Ky.
23 1494 Texas Rangers Mick VanVossen RHP Forest Hills Central HS, Grand Rapids, Mich. Mich.
24 1495 Cincinnati Reds Eric Alessio RHP Marist N.Y.
25 1496 Atlanta Braves Cody Cox RHP Thomas Nelson (Va.) JC Va.
26 1497 San Francisco Giants Benny Sosnick 2B Jewish Community HS of the Bay, San Francisco Calif.
27 1498 Minnesota Twins Drake Roberts 2B Brenham (Texas) HS Texas
28 1499 New York Yankees Tyler Mapes RHP Navarro (Texas) JC Texas
With a roster that includes 13 players with NCAA Division I commitments for 2012, Navarro reached the Junior College World Series for the first time in 53 years. The Bulldogs' best prospect is righthander Tyler Mapes, who pitched at Navy in 2010. A 6-foot-1, 200-pounder, he throws an 89-93 mph fastball, a good changeup and a slurvy breaking ball. He has committed to Tulane for 2012.
29 1500 Tampa Bay Rays Alan Baldwin C Kailua (Hawaii) HS Hawaii
30 1501 Philadelphia Phillies Johnny Knight OF Sebring (Fla.) HS Fla.