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Like the previous years, this will be the thread where we will keep the draft picks and follow them through signing. Post any signings in this thread, or in the forum, and I'll keep this post updated. Thanks. Player will become bold when he signs.

1A. (27) Cody Sedlock - RHP - Illinois - Discussion Thread

2.- (54) Keegan Akin - LHP - Western Michigan - Discussion Thread

2A. (69) Matthias Dietz - RHP - John A Logan CC (IL) - Discussion Thread

3. - (91) Austin Hays - OF - Jacksonville University - Discussion Thread

4. - (121) Brenan Haniffee - RHP - Turner Ashby High School - Discussion Thread

5. - (151) Alexis Torres - SS - Colegio Angel David HS - Discussion Thread

6. - (181) Tobias Myers - RHP- Winter Haven HS - Discussion Thread

7. - (211) Preston Palmeiro - 1B - North Carolina State - Discussion Thread

8. - (241) Ryan Moseley - RHP - Texas Tech - Discussion Thread

9. - (271) Lucas Humpal- RHP - Texas State - Discussion Thread

10. (301) Cody Dube - RHP - Keene State College - Discussion Thread

11. Zack Muckenhirn - LHP - North Dakota - Discussion Thread

12. Max Knutson - LHP - Nebraska - Discussion Thread

13. Brandon Bonilla - LHP - Hawaii Pacific - Discussion thread

14. Ruben Garcia - RHP - Eastern Florida State College - Discussion Thread

15. Nick Jobst - RHP - South Carolina Aiken - Discussion Thread

16. Willie Rios - LHP - Florida Southwestern State College - Discussion Thread

17. Tyler Blohm - LHP - Archbishop Spalding HS - Discussion Thread

18. Layne Bruner - LHP - Washington State - Discussion Thread

19. Cole Billingsley - OF - South Alabama - Discussion Thread

20. Yelin Rodriguez - LHP - Puerto Rico Baseball Academy - Discussion Thread

21. Chris Clare - SS - High Point - Discussion Thread

22. Nickolas Gruener - RHP - Harvard - Discussion Thread

23. Tyler Erwin - LHP - New Mexico State - Discussion Thread

24. Zach Matson - LHP - Crowder College - Discussion Thread

25. Will Toffey - 3B - Vanderbilt - Discussion Thread

26. Jaime Estrada - 3B - Central Arizona College - Discussion Thread

27. Daniel Bakst - 3B - Poly Prep Country Day School - Discussion Thread

28. Matt De La Rosa - RHP - Lenoir-Rhyne U- Discussion Thread

29. Will Dalton - CF - Summit High School - Discussion Thread

30. Garrett Copeland - 2B - Austin Peay State University - Discussion Thread

31. Jake Ring - CF - University of Missouri - Discussion Thread

32. Ryan Mauch - LHP - South Hills HS (CAL) Discussion Thread

33. Markel Jones - OF - Brunswick Community College - Discussion Thread

34. Lucas Brown - RHP - Troy University - Discussion Thread

35. Tanner Kirk - 2B - Wichita State University - Discussion Thread

36. Benjamin Brecht - LHP - New Trier HS - Discussion Thread

37. James Teague- RHP - University of Arkansas - Discussion Thread

38. Collin Woody - 3B - UNC Greensboro - Discussion Thread

39. Seth Shuman - RHP - Valdosta High School (GA) - Discussion Thread

40. Joe Johnson - RHP - Erskine College - Discussion Thread

 

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Looks like a lot of effort with that delivery. Shoulder looks like it's gonna take a beating.

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Looks like a lot of effort with that delivery. Shoulder looks like it's gonna take a beating.

His coach was nice enough to prove to everyone he could go 10 innings in a start if needed.

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Looks like a lot of effort with that delivery. Shoulder looks like it's gonna take a beating.

I read somewhere that he threw 130+ pitches in 10.2 innings in a game this past season. YOWZA

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His coach was nice enough to prove to everyone he could go 10 innings in a start if needed.

Coach should be fired. It's a shame these kids don't have any bargaining rights. Clearly, the NCAA doesn't give a crap about player safety. Or student safety. Right Baylor?

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Coach should be fired. It's a shame these kids don't have any bargaining rights. Clearly, the NCAA doesn't give a crap about player safety. Or student safety. Right Baylor?

Part of it is on he player and their family. Don't go to a school with a coach that does stuff like that.

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Part of it is on he player and their family. Don't go to a school with a coach that does stuff like that.

There's a limit on the number of text messages a coach can send a recruit, but not the number of pitches? Yeah, some of it is on him, but the monstrous institution should be able to provide the slimmest of protections for students and athletes.

What kind of player was he coming out of HS? Did he have a lot of options?

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There's a limit on the number of text messages a coach can send a recruit, but not the number of pitches? Yeah, some of it is on him, but the monstrous institution should be able to provide the slimmest of protections for students and athletes.

What kind of player was he coming out of HS? Did he have a lot of options?

No clue, I was speaking more in the general sense. If the abusive coaches stop getting recruits this type of behavior will stop.

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There's a limit on the number of text messages a coach can send a recruit, but not the number of pitches? Yeah, some of it is on him, but the monstrous institution should be able to provide the slimmest of protections for students and athletes.

What kind of player was he coming out of HS? Did he have a lot of options?

But where does it end? Do Saban and Miles have to limit the amount of carries they gives his RB? Should Osbourne have had to limit the amount of QB options he called?

At some it seems like it has to be on the players. If you know Saban wants to run you 40+ times a game and you want an NFL future, don't sign with Bama. If a baseball coach likes to do his best Dusty Baker impersonation, don't sign with him.

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Looks like a lot of effort with that delivery. Shoulder looks like it's gonna take a beating.

He's got quite the head snap as well which could effect his command. Not in love with the delivery from that video, but too early to have much of an opinion over this selection.

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