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RED = unconfirmed signing
Round Overall Player Position School State BONUS
1 32 Cito Culver SS Irondequoit HS, Rochester, N.Y. N.Y. $954,000
2 82 Angelo Gumbs OF Torrance (Calif.) HS Calif. $750,000
3 112 Rob Segedin 3B Tulane La. $377,500
4 145 Mason Williams OF West Orange HS, Winter Garden, Fla. Fla. $1,450,000
5 175 Tommy Kahnle RHP Lynn (Fla.) Fla. $150,000
6 205 Gabe Encinas RHP St. Paul HS, Santa Fe Springs, Calif. Calif. $300,000
7 235 Jake Anderson OF Woodlawn HS, Baton Rouge La. $150,000
8 265 Kyle Roller 1B East Carolina N.C. $45,000
9 295 Taylor Morton RHP Bartlett (Tenn.) HS Tenn. $450,000
10 325 Ben Gamel OF Bishop Kenny HS, Jacksonville, Fla. Fla. $500,000
11 355 Zach Varce RHP Portland Ore.
12 385 Daniel Burawa RHP St. John's N.Y. $300,000
13 415 Tyler Austin C Heritage HS, Conyers, Ga. Ga.
14 445 Travis Dean RHP Newton (Mass.) South HS Mass.
15 475 Chase Whitley RHP Troy Ala.
16 505 Evan Rutckyj LHP St. Joseph's HS, St. Thomas, Ont. $500,000
17 535 Preston Claiborne RHP Tulane La.
18 565 Kevin Jacob RHP Georgia Tech Georgia
19 595 Kevin Jordan OF Northside HS, Columbus, Ga. Ga.
20 625 Mike Ferraro OF San Diego Calif.
21 655 Dustin Hobbs RHP Yavapai (Ariz.) JC Ariz.
22 685 Trevor Johnson LHP JC of the Desert (Calif.) Calif.
23 715 Shane Brown C Central Florida Fla.
24 745 Connor Mullee RHP Saint Peter's (N.J.) N.J.
25 775 Casey Stevenson 2B UC Irvine Calif.
26 805 R.J. Hively RHP Santa Ana (Calif.) JC Calif.
27 835 Martin Viramontes RHP Loyola Marymount Calif.
28 865 Josh Dezse RHP Olentangy Liberty HS, Powell, Ohio Ohio
29 895 Stewart Ijames OF Louisville Ky.
30 925 Zach Nuding RHP Weatherford (Texas) JC Texas $265,000
31 955 Mike Gipson RHP Florida Atlantic Fla.
32 985 Kramer Sneed LHP Barton (N.C.) N.C.
33 1015 Michael Hachadorian RHP San Diego Mesa JC Calif.
34 1045 Keenan Kish RHP Germantown Academy, Fort Washington, Pa. Pa.
35 1075 Will Oliver RHP Palomar (Calif.) JC Calif.
36 1105 Nick McCoy C San Diego Calif.
37 1135 Cameron Hobson LHP Dayton Ohio
38 1165 James Ramsay OF Brandon (Fla.) HS Fla.
39 1195 Jaycob Brugman OF Desert Vista HS, Phoenix Ariz.
40 1225 Mike Gerber OF Neuqua Valley HS, Napierville, Ill. Ill.
41 1255 Tym Pearson OF Columbia Basin (Wash.) JC Wash.
42 1285 Mike O'Neill OF Olentangy Liberty HS, Powell, Ohio Ohio
43 1315 Kyle Hunter LHP Kansas State Kan.
44 1345 David Middendorf LHP Northern Kentucky Ky.
45 1375 Tyler Johnson OF Penn State Pa.
46 1405 Nathan Forer RHP Southern Illinois Ill.
47 1435 Freddy Lewis LHP Tennessee Wesleyan Tenn.
48 1465 Alex Brown RHP Amphitheater HS, Tucson Ariz.
49 1495 Will Arthur OF Abbotsford (B.C.) SS
50 1525 Matt Rice C Western Kentucky Ky.
1st Round: Cito Culver, SS
He is the rare Northeast prep product with a legitimate chance to play shortstop in the major leagues. Culver's best tool is his arm, which rates as a 65 on the 20-80 scouting scale. Some scouts report seeing him up to 94 mph off the mound, but he has no interest in pitching. The game comes easily to Culver, whose actions, instincts and range are all plus at timesThe 6-foot-2, 175-pound Culver is a solid-average runner and a switch-hitter with a loose, whippy swing from both sides of the plate/
2nd Round: Angelo Gumbs, OF. Torrance HS CA
Gumbs wears No. 21 in tribute to his idol, Roberto Clemente, and plays with the same energy and abandon, slashing at the ball, diving into bags, cutting loose with powerful throws and making spectacular plays in the field. Gumbs also hails from a school with a strong baseball legacy, and its major league alumni include the father-son tandem of Fred and Jason Kendall. Gumbs has spent most of his high school career at shortstop, but the 6-foot, 200-pounder's future is in the outfield. His tools are impressive but not overwhelming. His 60-yard dash times were in the 6.75-6.85-second range in showcases last summer, and he zips down the line in about 4.15 seconds from the right side of the plate. His windmill delivery produces strong throws, and he has often made breathtaking catches on the scout ball and showcase circuit. At bat, Gumbs has improved immensely over the past year, working under the tutelage of professional coaches at MLB's Urban Youth Academy in Compton, and he has terrific bat speed. He got off to a blazing start this spring, only to be slowed in late April by a sore right elbow and flu symptoms, which reduced him to DH duty. He has struggled with offspeed stuff and breaking pitches, and battles a tendency to pull off the ball. Gumbs has the ability to be an electrifying outfielder with five average to plus tools. He's just 17, and the club that drafts him will need to be patient as he develops, but Gumbs could provide an enormous payoff.
3rd Round: Robert Segedin, 3B, Tulane
4th Round: Mason Williams, OF
5th Round: Thomas Kahnle, RHP, Lynn
6th Round: Gabe Encinas, RHP, St. Paul HS CALynn's poor season didn't drag down Tommy Kahnle's draft stock. The stocky 6-foot, 225-pound righty has the same 93-94 mph fastball velocity (touching 95 at times after reaching 97 last summer) that he showed last year en route to the national title and in the Cape Cod League. Kahnle was pressed into a starting role this season and just doesn't have the quality offspeed stuff to go through a lineup more than once or twice at this stage. His changeup is his second-best pitch, and his breaking ball was sharper last summer than this spring. He can show periods of control but lacks command and profiles as a bullpen arm.
MLB scouting report and video:http://mlb.mlb.com/video/play.jsp?to...ent_id=7334893
Between showcase events last summer and fall and the spring season, Encinas boosted his stock significantly by improving his conditioning and mechanics. At 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds, he now looks the part of the classic lanky and projectable high school righthander. His stuff didn't significantly improve, but he can maintain it deep into starts now. Encinas delivers a fastball that sits comfortably in the 90-92 mph range, and he shows a nice feel for mixing in a crisp curveball and changeup, which is probably the best changeup among Southern California prepsters. With smooth mechanics and an advanced feel for pitching, Encinas does an excellent job of mixing pitches, speeds and locations, and altering pitch sequences from at-bat at-bat. The large flock of scouts who started following Encinas this spring—particularly in games against top prospects Angelo Gumbs and Austin Wilson—did not seem to faze him. He profiles as a mid-rotation starter, and a future bump in velocity could even improve that outlook. He's committed to Loyola Marymount.
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