Players signed indicated in Bold

Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 609 Houston Astros Michael Clark LHP Kent State Ohio
2 610 Minnesota Twins Zach Larson OF Lakewood Ranch HS, Bradenton, Fla. Fla. $190,000
3 611 Seattle Mariners Steve Ewing LHP Miami Fla. $100,000
4 612 Baltimore Orioles Ryan Ripken 1B Gilman School, Baltimore Md.
5 613 Kansas City Royals Shane Halley OF Virginia Va.
6 614 Chicago Cubs Blake Hickman C/RHP Simeon HS, Chicago Ill.
7 615 San Diego Padres Cam Stewart RHP Valley Christian HS, San Jose Calif. $100,000
8 616 Pittsburgh Pirates Kyle Haynes RHP Virginia Commonwealth Va.
9 617 Miami Marlins Jordan Hillyer RHP Hebron Christian Academy, Dacula, Ga. Ga.
10 618 Colorado Rockies Anthony Seise LHP West Orange HS, Winter Garden, Fla. Fla.
Lean and rangy, Seise is already 19 and filling out his 6-foot-3, 185-pound frame. Seise put himself on scouts' radar by showing three average pitches in Jupiter during the 2011 World Wood Bat showcase, including an 88-91 mph fastball, a curveball and a changeup. Seise had not consistently put all three pitches together often this spring, however. He's committed to the State JC of Florida (formerly Manatee JC) and is considered signable.
11 619 Oakland Athletics Boog Powell OF Orange Coast (Calif.) JC Calif.
12 620 New York Mets Tim Peterson RHP Kentucky Ky. $100,000
13 621 Chicago White Sox Zach Voight SS New Mexico State N.M.
14 622 Cincinnati Reds Brock Dykxhoorn RHP St. Anne's SS, Clinton, Ont. Ontario
Dykxhoorn has an imposing presence on the mound at 6-foot-8 and 225 pounds. His fastball sits in the 88-91 mph range and shows good life. His breaking ball can get slurry, but he has a feel for spin and has deception. There's a little effort to Dykxhoorn's delivery which, along with his size, could mean a move to the bullpen is in his future.
15 623 Cleveland Indians Nick Pasquale RHP Diablo Valley (Calif.) JC Calif.
16 624 Washington Nationals James Brooks SS Utah Utah
17 625 Toronto Blue Jays Dennis Jones OF Hillsborough (Fla.) JC Fla. $100,000
18 626 Los Angeles Dodgers Jharel Cotton RHP East Carolina N.C.
Cotton is a small righthander that profiles best out of the bullpen. He sits in the high 80s and can touch 90, but he also offers a good changeup that can keep hitters off balance.
19 627 Los Angeles Angels Quinten Davis OF McLennan (Texas) JC Texas
20 628 San Francisco Giants Mitch Delfino INF/RHP California Calif.
21 629 Atlanta Braves Eric Garcia SS Missouri Mo.
Named the most outstanding player of the Big 12 Conference tournament after hitting .500 and leading Missouri to a surprising title, Garcia usually makes his mark with his glove. He has a live 5-foot-11, 175-pound body to go with sure hands and a solid arm. He did make 21 errors in his first 58 games this season, many early in the spring when he tried to do too much. He sometimes falls into the same trap as a hitter, spinning off the ball in an attempt to produce power. Scouts question how much he'll hit, though he does generate some backspin from both sides of the plate and has a knack for drawing walks. He's an average runner.
22 630 St. Louis Cardinals Matt Young OF/RHP Cal State Dominguez Hills Calif.
23 631 Boston Red Sox Greg Larson RHP Florida Fla.
Florida offers other intriguing draft possibilities beyond its stars, such as sidearming senior Greg Larson, who should be a look considering Darren O'Day went from submarining for the Gators to the big leagues.
24 632 Tampa Bay Rays R.J. Davis RHP Sacramento State Calif.
Davis is a fifth-year senior who was previously at Sacramento CC and then Oral Roberts. He offers good size (6-foot-3 and 225 pounds) and a fastball that has been up to 96 mph. He shows flashes of a plus slider, but has below-average command and will need to move quickly because of his age.
25 633 Arizona Diamondbacks Jacob House 1B Texas A&M Texas
26 634 Detroit Tigers Logan Ehlers LHP Howard (Texas) JC Texas $122,000
An eighth-round pick out of a Nebraska high school in 2010, Ehlers turned down an $800,000 offer from the Blue Jays. When the NCAA ruled that his adviser had negotiated directly with the team when he bumped into a Jays official at the Area Code Games, it suspended Ehlers for 60 percent of the 2011 season. Following a coaching change with the Cornhuskers and minor shoulder surgery last July, he transferred to Howard JC and became draft-eligible this spring. Hawks coach Britt Smith, who has sent several pitchers to Division I programs and pro ball, says Ehlers has the best combination of pitchability and stuff of anyone he has coached. He throws strikes with three pitches that all have a chance to become at least average big league offerings. He has a quick arm that delivers fastballs ranging from 88-92 mph and sitting at 90-91. His slider is a strikeout pitch at times but loopy at others, and his changeup is more of a show-me offering that he needs to use more often. The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder tends to spin away from the plate in his delivery, but he makes it work. He has committed to Texas Tech for 2013 but is expected to sign.
27 635 Milwaukee Brewers Mike Garza SS Georgetown D.C.
28 636 Texas Rangers Josh McElwee RHP Newberry (S.C.) S.C.
McElwee missed his junior season after undergoing Tommy John surgery and is now a redshirt senior who turns 23 in June. He has a strong frame at 6-foot-4, 205 pounds, fires fastballs in the low-90s and mixes in an average slider. He was 5-4, 3.99 with 97 strikeouts and 35 walks in 79 innings (13 starts) for Newberry. McElwee profiles as a reliever.
29 637 New York Yankees Mikey Reynolds SS Texas A&M Texas
30 638 Philadelphia Phillies Matt Sisto RHP Hawaii Hawaii
A senior, Sisto sits in the 85-89 mph range and fills up the strike zone with four pitches. He has a workhorse build at 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds and made 55 starts over his college career. His secondary stuff needs improvement, but he shows a solid changeup, good work ethic and competitive spirit.