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The 2021 MLB Draft is in the books. The 20-round, 612-pick process kicked off Sunday night with the first round. The Pirates held the No. 1 pick and used it on Louisville catcher Henry Davis. Right-hander Jack Leiter went second overall to the Rangers and his Vanderbilt teammate Kumar Rocker was the 10th overall pick to the Mets. 

Overall, there were 36 picks made on Sunday night, including Competitive Balance Round A and the Reds' free agent compensation pick. Here are our takeaways from the first night of the draft. Rounds 2-10 were held Monday, with plenty of notable names coming off the board. Here's a look at six key takeaways from the second day of the draft.

The draft wrapped up Tuesday with rounds 11-20. The draft was shortened from 40 rounds to five rounds last year as a cost-cutting move during the pandemic but was stretched back to 20 rounds this year.

Below is analysis of every first-round pick as well as a full list of all 612 selections.

2021 MLB Draft: First Round Analysis
Henry Davis, C, Louisville: Davis made the leap by hitting .370/.482/.663 this season with 15 home runs and seven more walks than strikeouts. The demand for two-way backstops always outpaces the supply, which is why Davis' upside is intriguing. He combines a low whiff rate with a high average exit velocity at the plate, and he's at least an adequate defender (with a strong arm) behind it. Some evaluators are concerned his strength-based swing won't work as well against advanced pitching. Fair enough, but he's the most accomplished collegiate bat in a class that doesn't have many of them.
Jack Leiter, RHP, Vanderbilt: Leiter ranked No. 1 on the preseason list, and for good reason. He has a fastball that doesn't take the stairway to heaven so much : plines in, hopping over bats on the way to the mitt. That effect is achieved by a combination of its innate "rise"; the flat plane his release point and stature create to the top of the zone; and its mid-to-upper-90s velocity. Scouts would like to see him become more consistent with his secondaries, but there is a belief that he'll be able to turn at least one of his breaking balls, be it his curveball or his slider, into a trusty outpitch before long. Leiter is held as intelligent and hardworking, and perhaps that shouldn't come as a surprise given that his father, uncle, and cousin all pitched in the majors.
Jackson Jobe, RHP, Heritage Hall HS (OK): There are scouts who believe Jobe is the best pitching prospect in the class. He's athletic and projectable, the way most prep arms are, but he's more polished than his peers. His fastball-slider combination produces some absurd metrics on the Trackman readout, to the degree that some evaluators believe he'll throw a pair of double-plus pitches at his peak. He's also gained ground with his changeup, a key factor when projecting younger arms. With all that established, high-school right-handers tend to go later than their talent and upside demand because of their extreme attrition risk.
Marcelo Mayer, SS, Eastlake HS (CA): His boosters within the industry believe that he's the best player in the class: a potential 15-to-20-home-run-hitting shortstop who can deliver a good average and professional at-bats all the while. He isn't a fast runner, yet the smoothness of his defensive actions enable him to appear as though he's moving at a higher frames per second than the average prep shortstop. Depending on the extent of his projected power gains, he could finish his development with four plus tools (everything but the run), giving him a lofty ceiling that merits the top selection.
Colton Cowser, OF, Sam Houston State: Cowser, who first impressed scouts by holding his own as one of the youngest members of Team USA, solidified himself as the second-best collegiate hitter in this class by batting .374/.490/.680 with 16 home runs, 17 steals (on 20 tries), and 10 more walks than strikeouts. Cowser's power surge is notable, since it was one of the big questions for him entering the year. (He'd previously launched just eight homers in his first 328 trips to the dish.) Factor in how there are evaluators who believe he'll begin his career in center thanks to his above-average speed and technique
Jordan Lawlar, SS, Dallas Jesuit HS (TX): Lawlar draws comparisons to Royals prospect Bobby Witt Jr. because of a few biographical commonalities: both were born in Texas, and both were a little old for a prep prospect entering the draft. (Lawlar is 19.) The two share something else: an All-Star ceiling. Lawlar has a projectable frame and explosive hands that bode well for him developing plus power; on defense, he has a strong arm, above-average speed, and the other requisite traits to remain at the six. He has gone through stretches where he's swung and missed more frequently than scouts would like to see from a top prep player, and it's theoretically possible that his hit tool plays lighter than expected against high-grade pitching.
Frank Mozzicato, LHP, East Catholic HS (CT): Mozzicato was an under-the-radar sleeper until he reeled off four consecutive no-hitters this spring, including a 17-strikeout performance in the state championship game. (He went 3 for 4 at the plate in that contest as well.) Mozzicato has a tall, thin frame onto which he ought to add muscle over the coming years. (He turned 18 only a month ago, making him one of the younger players in this class.) That should enable him to gain a few ticks of velocity (he sits around 90 mph) to his fastball, in turn making his advanced curveball even more effective. His simple delivery, meanwhile, bodes well for his command projection.
Benny Montgomery, OF, Red Land HS (PA): Montgomery has near-elite footspeed and a strong arm that should help him stick in center. He possesses big-time power potential at the plate as well, though evaluators are concerned about his ability to make consistent contact.
Sam Bachman, RHP, Miami (OH): Bachman has tremendous stuff. His turbo sinker can clear triple digits (though it's not a huge bat-misser within the zone) and his slider is a legit outpitch. Analysts like his seldom-used changeup, too, suggesting he should have three above-average offerings at his peak. He's not higher on the list because he has an unusual delivery (his arm goes up early and stays up) and a concerning injury history. Hypothetically, he would make sense as a quick-moving bullpen conversion piece, akin to what the White Sox did last year with Garrett Crochet
Kumar Rocker, RHP, Vanderbilt: The most famous, and therefore the most scrutinized prospect in the class. Rocker is as physical as they come (he's listed at a Brad Keller- or Lance Lynn-like 6-foot-5, 245 pounds), and he possesses one of the draft's best chase pitches, in his trademark slider. Alas, there are several reasons he could drop outside of the top five, beginning with a velocity dip he experienced earlier this year. Rocker's changeup is underbaked, and scouts are concerned that his arsenal will play lighter than it should against big-league hitters. His mechanics, specifically a high elbow and an oft-late arm, are worrisome as it pertains to his command and durability.
Brady House, SS, Winder-Barrow HS (GA): House is a polarizing prospect. His size (he's listed around 6-foot-3) and proneness to swinging and missing force evaluators to pick sides. Not everyone believes he's long for the shortstop opposition, or that his contact chops will enable him to maximize his near-elite raw power.
Harry Ford, C, North Cobb HS (GA): The history of prep catchers is as fraught as that of prep right-handers. The last high-school catcher drafted in the first round to tally more than 10 Wins Above Replacement in their career was Neil Walker (2004); the last one to do it while (mostly) catching was Joe Mauer (2001). Ford is, nevertheless, an appealing target for teams picking in the mid-to-late portion of round one. He has plus power potential and athleticism, with some scouts foreseeing him as a Daulton Varsho type who can catch and play center field. He's going to require a low-and-slow development path to smooth out the rough edges.
Andrew Painter, RHP, Calvary Christian HS (FL): Painter has a charming combination of predictability and present ability. His large frame (6-foot-6, 230 pounds) can hold additional muscle, yet he's already able to dial his fastball into the upper-90s. His secondary pitches are also promising, including an advanced changeup for a prep arm. One area of concern his employer might ask him to focus on is his extension. Painter doesn't have to match Tyler Glasnow or Logan Gilbert's long stride in order to get more out of his large frame. He would lose some steepness on his release point as a result, but it would make his pitches play quicker.
Will Bednar, RHP, Mississippi State: Bednar finished the season with a 3.26 ERA and a 6.10 strikeout-to-walk ratio, a number buoyed by him punching out 39 percent of the batters he faced. Bednar has a riding fastball that's capable of touching into the upper-90s; a slider with plus spin that he's able to manipulate the shape of; and a curveball with solid depth. He needs to improve his seldom-used changeup, as it doesn't offer much separation from his fastball. Should he do that, he has middle-of-the-rotation potential.
Sal Frelick, OF, Boston College: Frelick was a highly productive hitter for the Eagles, batting .345/.435/.521 with 12 home runs, 38 stolen bases (on 46 attempts), and 10 more walks than strikeouts over three seasons. He's a near-elite runner who plays as fast and furious as Yanni Gourde, which is a happy coincidence since he's listed at a Gourdesque 5-foot-9, 175 pounds. The recent successes of Mookie Betts and Corbin Carroll (among other undersized outfielders) should prevent Frelick from suffering height-related slippage. There are other, more pressing matters for teams to be anxious about with him. For one, his average launch angle cratered this season, to the extent that he would've had one of the lowest marks in the majors. For another, he's dealt with repeated knee woes over the years, a worrisome development for someone whose game hinges on their speed.
Kahlil Watson, SS, Wake Forest HS (NC): He has a beautiful modern swing, explosive actions, and a chance to develop into a well-rounded hitter who can remain at shortstop for the time being. There is a chance Watson outgrows short as he packs on muscle over the coming years; in that case, he could find a home in the outfield. Either way, he shouldn't be docked for being the third prep shortstop on this list: he's a tantalizing prospect with star upside.
Matt McLain, SS, UCLA: McLain, who hit .333/.434/.579 with nine home runs and nine steals (on 10 tries) for the Bruins this season, is all but guaranteed to be the first collegiate middle infielder to come off the board. When that happens, it'll mark the second time he's been drafted in the first round, as he elected to not sign in 2018 after being selected 25th overall by the Arizona Diamondbacks. McLain is an above-average runner with enough arm to stick at short (though some evaluators believe he'll slide back to center field, the position he played for the Bruins as a freshman). Offensively, he has a below-average power projection, which in turn could suppress his average and on-base abilities.
Michael McGreevy, RHP, UC Santa Barbara: McGreevy has received comparisons to Cleveland's ace (and the 2020 American League Cy Young Award winner) Shane Bieber that stem from them both pitching for the Gauchos. Even though those comps are overzealous, and a wee bit lazy, there's a lot to like about his game. He's a big, athletic right-hander who has demonstrated excellent control, as evidenced by his career four percent walk rate. His arsenal could well feature four average or better pitches at maturation, including a low-to-mid-90s fastball and a curveball that might be his best offering. Who knows, maybe in the right player development system McGreevy takes a Bieber-like leap forward; for now, he'll have to settle for edging the Biebs in a different respect: being selected before the fourth round.
Gunnar Hoglund, RHP, Ole Miss: Hoglund, who could've been named after a one-off "King of the Hill" character voiced by Jeff Bridges, was in the top 10 prior to undergoing Tommy John surgery in May. The operation seems certain to wipe out most of his 2022 season, putting him on track to make his professional debut around August of next year, give or take a few weeks. Hoglund should prove to be worth the wait. He possesses good command over a deep arsenal that's rich with spin, including a slider that has cutter-like qualities. The upside here is a mid-rotation starter, possibly a tick more in the hands of the right player development system.
Trey Sweeney, SS, Eastern Illinois: Sweeney bullied his Ohio Valley Conference competition this season, hitting .382/.522/.712 with 14 home runs and 22 more walks than strikeouts in 226 trips to the plate. Sweeney's underlying data is, predictably, quite good and it confirms that 1) he impacts the ball, and 2) he commands the strike zone. (You know, in case the .522 OBP and the .330 ISO didn't give it away.) He's not further up this list because there are concerns about his long-term defensive home (though he'll probably stick at shortstop for a bit longer), and about the viability of his swing. Sweeney has the tendency to tip his barrel during his load, a no-no as it pertains to hit-tool projection and a tic that could cost him against better pitching
Jordan Wicks, LHP, Kansas State: One scout described Wicks as a "less-athletic Marco Gonzales" during the preseason. It fits. Wicks is a command-and-changeup left-hander who is held as a safe, no-frills selection. His low-90s fastball has good carry and his cambio is one of the best in the class. Factor in above-average control, and you have the makings of at least a back-end starter. Teams would like to see more from his breaking balls, with his slider showing greater promise than a curve that gets caught in-between too often to be an effective offering. Turning into the new Joe Saunders doesn't sound exciting, but Saunders pitched 10 seasons in the majors and made more than $20 million. There are worse fates.  
Colson Montgomery, SS, Southridge HS (IN): Colson Montgomery is on the older side for a high school draftee, as he'll celebrate his 20th birthday before beginning his first full professional season. Not every team will hold his (relative) seniority against him, however, and there have been rumors he could go within the top 10 as part of an underslot agreement. Should that prove to be another puff of smoke, he's likely to go in the early 20s, at latest. Expect Montgomery to engender countless Corey Seager comparisons whenever he's selected because of his size (he's listed at 6-foot-4), position, and powerful left-handed swing.
Gavin Williams, RHP, East Carolina: Williams was selected by the Rays out of high school and didn't sign. He then went undrafted in last year's five-round sprint and reportedly asked for more money as a free agent than teams were willing to commit. Williams is going to get paid this summer after using his extra time as an amateur to improve his control: he walked 6.3 percent of the batters he faced, versus a walk rate that previously exceeded 11 percent. Whereas his command (and medical history) have casted doubt on his future role in the past, his stuff has rarely fallen under scrutiny. His mid-90s fastball features above-average carry; his curveball has good depth; and he also throws a gyro slider and a changeup. If Williams can stay healthy and within the zone (no guarantees), he could develop into a mid-rotation starter.
Ryan Cusick, RHP, Wake Forest: Cusick is a 6-foot-6 right-hander with a very good fastball, in terms of both velocity (he can hit triple digits) and carry. Cusick does need to find more consistency with his secondary pitches -- contrary to the scouting consensus, some analysts preferred his seldom-used changeup to his curveball -- and his command, as he walked a batter every other inning. You don't need any razzamatazz to sell the owner or the fan base on the mammoth pitcher with the top-shelf heater; those nuanced elements will, however, dictate if he's a starter or a late-inning reliever in a few years' time.
Max Muncy, SS, Thousand Oaks HS (CA): Although he's not to be confused with the Dodgers' slugger of the same name, this Muncy also has a chance to become an everyday infielder at the big-league level. He's a lean, twitchy athlete with a fast bat and the makings of an above-average hitter. Defensively, his boosters believe he might just stick at shortstop; others, however, could foresee him shifting to either second or third base with time.
Chase Petty, RHP, Mainland Regional HS (NJ): Few player types are more likely to kindle a draft-room argument than a hard-throwing prep righty. Petty's expected landing range has fluctuated as a result; some envision him going in the crown-end of the first round, while others believe those individuals should be removed from their positions (and, perhaps, polite society). He has big-time arm strength, of course, with which he's broken the 100-mph mark in the past. His slider has also shown promise as a putaway pitch. The drawbacks begin with Petty's fastball shape (it doesn't fit the modern parameters) and extend to his delivery and the risk (of both, the bullpen and attrition variety) that comes with the type. 
Jackson Merrill, SS, Severna Park HS (MD): Merrill is a risk-reward play. His boosters see him as an above-average hitter, complete with good pop from the left side, whereas his detractors would like to see him go to Kentucky and prove that he isn't the product of facing Maryland high schoolers. However Merrill's career plays out, he's likely to be one of the most second-guessed selections in this class.
Carson Williams, SS, Torrey Pines HS (CA): Williams is another two-way player who has a promising fastball-slider pairing; alas, his future appears to be as a hitter, and only as a hitter. Even before he slugged more this spring, his boosters believed he possessed all the physical traits necessary for an above-average future power output: a projectable 6-foot-2 frame; good bat speed; and the ability to add loft to his swing. Williams has a strong arm (obviously) and there's no present reason to think he'll have to move off short.
Maddux Bruns, LHP, UMS-Wright HS (AL): Bruns is a well-built left-hander with a promising fastball-breaking ball combination and a commitment to Mississippi State University. He needs to improve his command if he's going to stick in a rotation for the long haul.

Compensation pick

30. Reds: Jay Allen, OF, John Carroll HS (FL)

Competitive Balance Round A

31. Marlins: Joe Mack, C, Williamsville East HS (NY)
32. Tigers: Ty Madden, P, Texas
33. Brewers: Tyler Black, INF, Wright State
34. Rays: Cooper Kinney, INF, Baylor Schools HS (TN)
35. Reds: Matheu Nelson, C, Florida State
36. Twins: Noah Miller, SS, Ozaukee HS (WI)

Second round

37. Pirates: Anthony Solometo, P, Bishop Eustace Prep HS (NJ)
38. Rangers: Aaron Zavala, OF, Oregon
39. Tigers: Izaac Pacheco, INF, Friendswood HS (TX)
40. Red Sox: Jud Fabian, OF, Florida 
41. Orioles: Connor Norby, INF, East Carolina 
42. Diamondbacks: Ryan Bliss, SS, Auburn
43. Royals: Ben Kudrna, P, Blue Valley Southwest HS (KS)
44. Rockies: Jaden Hill, P, LSU
45. Angels: Ky Bush, P, St. Mary's
46. Mets: Calvin Ziegler, P, St. Mary's Catholic HS (CN)
47. Nationals: Daylen Lile, OF, Trinity HS (KY)
48. Mariners: Edwin Arroyo, INF, Central Pointe Christian HS (FL)
49. Phillies: Ethan Wilson, OF, South Alabama
50. Giants: Matt Mikulski, P, Fordham
51. Brewers: Russell Smith, P, TCU
52. Marlins: Cody Morissette, INF, Boston College
53. Reds: Andrew Abbott, P, Virginia
54. Cardinals: Joshua Baez, OF, Dexter School HS (MA)
55. Yankees: Brendan Beck, P, Stanford
56. Cubs: James Triantos, INF, James Madison HS (VA)
57. White Sox: Wes Kath, INF, Desert Mountain HS (AZ)
58. Cleveland: Doug Nikhazy, P, Ole Miss
59. Braves: Spencer Schwellenbach, P/INF, Nebraska
60. Athletics: Zack Gelof, INF, Virginia
61. Twins: Steve Hajjar, P, Michigan
62. Padres: James Wood, OF, IMG Academy HS (FL)
63. Rays: Kyle Manzardo, INF, Washington State

Competitive Balance Round B

64. Pirates: Lonnie White Jr., OF, Malvern Prep HS (PA)
65. Orioles: Reed Trimble, OF, Southern Miss
66. Royals: Peyton Wilson, INF, Alabama
67. Diamondbacks: Adrian Del Casatillo, C, Miami (FL)
68. Rockies: Joe Rock, P, Ohio
69. Cleveland: Tommy Mace, P, Florida
70. Cardinals: Ryan Holgate, OF, Arizona
71. Padres: Robert Gasser, P, Houston

Third round

72. Pirates: Bubba Chandler, P, North Oconee HS (GA)
73. Rangers: Cameron Cauley, INF, Barbers Hill HS (TX)
74. Tigers: Dylan Smith, P, Alabama
75. Red Sox: Tyler McDonough, INF, NC State
76. Orioles: John Rhodes, OF, Kentucky
77. Diamondbacks: Jacob Steinmetz, P, Elev8 Baseball Academy (FL)
78. Royals: Carter Jensen, C, Park Hill Senior HS (MO)
79. Rockies: McCade Brown, P, Indiana
80. Angels: Landon Marceaux, P, LSU
81. Mets: Dominic Hamel, P, Dallas Baptist
82. Nationals: Branden Boissiere, OF, Arizona
83. Mariners: Michael Morales, P, East Pennsboro HS (PA)
84. Phillies: Jordan Viars, OF, Rick Reedy HS (TX)
85. Giants: Mason Black, P, Lehigh
86. Brewers: Alex Binelas, INF, Louisville
87. Astros: Tyler Whitaker, OF, Bishop Gorman HS (NV)
88. Marlins: Jordan McCants, INF, Pensacola Catholic HS (FL)
89. Reds: Jose Torres, INF, NC State
90. Cardinals: Austin Love, P, North Carolina
91. Blue Jays: Ricky Tiedemann, P, Golden West College
92. Yankees: Brock Selvidge, Hamilton HS (AZ)
93. Cubs: Drew Gray, P, IMG Academy (FL)
94. White Sox: Sean Burke, P, Maryland
95. Cleveland: Jake Fox, INF, Lakeland Christian HS (FL)
96. Braves: Dylan Dodd, P, Missouri State
97. Athletics: Mason Miller, P, Gardner-Webb
98. Twins: Cade Povich, P, Nebraska
99. Padres: Kevin Kopps, P, Arkansas
100. Rays: Ryan Spikes, INF, Parkview HS (GA
101. Dodgers: Peter Heubeck, P, Gilman School HS (MD)

Fourth round

102. Pirates: Owen Kellington, P, U-32 HS (VT)
103. Rangers: Ian Moller, C, Wahlert HS (IA)
104. Tigers: Tyler Mattison, P, Bryant
105. Red Sox: Elmer Rodriguez-Cruz, P, Leadership Christian Academy (PR)
106. Orioles: Donta' Williams, OF, Arizona
107. Diamondbacks: Chad Patrick, P, Purdue-Northwest
108. Royals: Shane Panzini, P, Red Bank Catholic HS (NJ)
109. Rockies: Hunter Goodman, C, Memphis
110. Angels: Luke Murphy, P, Vanderbilt
111. Mets: JT Schwartz, INF, UCLA
112. Nationals: Dustin Saenz, P, Texas A&M
113. Mariners: Bryce Miller, P, Texas A&M
114. Phillies: Micah Ottenbreit, Trenton HS (MI)
115. Giants: Eric Silva, P, JSerra Catholic HS (CA)
116 Brewers: Logan Henderson, P, McLennan CC
117. Astros: Alex Ulloa, INF, Calvary Christian Academy (FL)
118. Marlins: Tanner Allen, OF, Mississippi State
119. Reds: Ruben Ibarra, INF, San Jose State
120. Cardinals: Zane Mills, P, Washington State
121. Blue Jays: Chad Dallas, P, Tennessee
122. Yankees: Cooper Bowman, INF, Louisville
123. Cubs: Christian Franklin, OF, Arkansas
124. White Sox: Brooks Gosswein, P, Bradley
125. Cleveland: Ryan Webb, P, Georgia
126. Braves: Cal Conley, INF, Texas Tech
127. Athletics: Denzel Clarke, OF, Cal State Northridge
128. Twins: Christian Encarnacion-Strand, INF, Oklahoma State
129. Padres: Jackson Wolf, P, West Virginia
130. Rays: Dru Baker, OF, Texas Tech
131. Dodgers: Nick Nastrini, P, UCLA

Compensation pick

132. Astros: Chayce McDermott, P, Ball State

Fifth round

133. Pirates: Jackson Glenn, INF, Dallas Baptist
134. Rangers: Mitch Bratt, P, Georgia Premier Academy (GA)
135. Tigers: Tanner Kohlhepp, P, Notre Dame
136. Red Sox: Nathan Hickey, C, Florida
137. Orioles: Carlos Tavera, P, Texas-Arlington
138. Diamondbacks: Caleb Roberts, C, North Carolina
139. Royals: Eric Cerantola, P, Mississippi State
140. Rockies: Evan Justice, P, NC State
141. Angels: Brett Kerry, P, South Carolina
142. Mets: Christian Scott, P, Florida
143. Nationals: T.J. White, OF, Dorman HS (SC)
144. Mariners: Andy Thomas, C, Baylor
145. Phillies: Griff McGarry, P, Virginia
146. Giants: Rohan Handa, P, Yale
147 Brewers: Ethan Murray, INF, Duke
148. Astros: Quincy Hamilton, OF, Wright State
149. Marlins: Brady Allen, OF, South Carolina
150. Reds: Thomas Farr, P, South Carolina
151. Cardinals: Gordon Graceffo, P, Villanova
152. Blue Jays: Irv Carter, P, Florida Virtual School (FL)
153. Yankees: Tyler Hardman, INF, Oklahoma
154. Cubs: Liam Spence, INF, Tennessee
155. White Sox: Tanner McDougal, P, Silverado HS (NV)
156. Cleveland: Tanner Bibee, P, Cal State Fullerton
157. Braves: Luke Waddell, INF, Georgia Tech
158. Athletics: CJ Rodriguez, C, Vanderbilt
159. Twins: Christian MacLeod, P, Mississippi State
160. Padres: Max Ferguson, INF, Tennessee
161. Rays: Mason Auer, OF, San Jacinto College North
162. Dodgers: Ben Casparius, P, UConn

Sixth round

163. Pirates: Mike Jarvis, 2B, San Diego State
164. Rangers: Chase Lee, P, Alabama
165. Tigers: Austin Murr, OF, NC State
166. Red Sox: Daniel McElveny, Bonita Vista HS (CA)
167. Orioles: Collin Burns, SS, Tulane
168. Diamondbacks: Luke Albright, P, Kent State
169. Royals: Dayton Dooney, 2B, Central Arizona College
170. Rockies: Braxton Fulford, C, Texas Tech
171. Angels: Jake Smith, P, Miami
172. Mets: Carson Seymour, P, Kansas State
173. Nationals: Michael Kirian, P, Louisville
174. Mariners: Bryan Woo, P, Cal Poly
175. Phillies: Jose Pena, P, Tampa Preparatory School (FL)
176. Giants: Seth Lonsway, P, Ohio State
177 Brewers: Carlos Rodriguez, P, Florida SouthWestern State College
178. Astros: Spencer Arrighetti, P, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
179. Marlins: Sam Praytor, C, Alabama
180. Reds: Justice Thompson, OF, North Carolina
181. Cardinals: Alfredo Ruiz, P, Long Beach State
182. Blue Jays: Hayden Juenger, P, Missouri State
183. Yankees: Richard Fitts, P, Auburn
184. Cubs: Riley Martin, P, Quincy University
185. White Sox: Taylor Broadway, P, OIe Miss
186. Cleveland: Aaron Davenport, P, Hawaii
187. Braves: Justyn-Henry Malloy, 3B, Georgia Tech
188. Athletics: Grant Holman, P, University of California
189. Twins: Travis Adams, P, Sacramento State
190. Padres: Ryan Bergert, P, West Virginia
191. Rays: Mason Montgomery, P, Texas Tech
192. Dodgers: Emmet Sheehan, P, Boston College

Seventh round

193. Pirates: Wyatt Hendrie, C, San Diego State
194. Rangers: Bradford Webb, P, Virginia Commonwealth
195. Tigers: Brant Hurter, P, Georgia Tech
196. Red Sox: Wyatt Olds, P, Oklahoma
197. Orioles: Connor Pavolony, C, Tennessee
198. Diamondbacks: Scott Randall, P, Sacramento State
199. Royals: Noah Cameron, P, Central Arkansas
200. Rockies: Evan Shawver, P, Cincinnati
201. Angels: Ryan Costeiu, P, Arkansas 
202. Mets: Kevin Kendall, SS, UCLA
203. Nationals: Jacob Young, OF, University of Florida
204. Mariners: Colin Davis, OF, Wofford College
205. Phillies: Christian McGowan, P, Oklahoma State JC
206. Giants: Nick Sinacola, P, University of Maine
207 Brewers: Tristan Peters, OF, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
208. Astros: Joey Loperfido, OF, Duke
209. Marlins: Gabe Bierman, P, Indiana 
210. Reds: Kevin Abel, P, Oregon State
211. Cardinals: Alec Willis, P, Regis Jesuit HS (CO)
212. Blue Jays: Jaden Rudd, OF, Crawford Mosley HS (FL)
213. Yankees: Robert Ahlstrom, P, Oregon
214. Cubs: Parker Chavers, OF, Coastal Carolina
215. White Sox: Theo Denlinger, P, Bradley University
216. Cleveland: Jack Leftwich, P, University of Florida
217. Braves: AJ Smith-Shawver, P, Colleyville Heritage HS (TX)
218. Athletics: Brett Harris, 3B, Gonzaga
219. Twins: Jake Rucker, 3B, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
220. Padres: Ryan Och, P, Southern Mississippi
221. Rays: Logan Workman, P, Lee University
222. Dodgers: Ryan Sublette, P, Texas Tech

Eighth round

223. Pirates: Sean Sullivan, P, University of California
224. Rangers: Larson Kindreich, P, Biola University
225. Tigers: Jordan Marks, P, University of South Carolina
226. Red Sox: Hunter Dobbins, P, Texas Tech
227. Orioles: Creed Willems, C, Aledo HS (TX)
228. Diamondbacks: Gavin Conticello, 3B, Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS (FL)
229. Royals: Ryan Cepero, SS, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy
230. Rockies: Robby Martin Jr., OF, Florida State
231. Angels: Nick Jones, P, Georgia Southern
232. Mets: Mike Vasil, P, University of Virginia
233. Nationals: Will Frizzell, 1B, Texas A&M
234. Mariners: James Parker, SS, Clemson
235. Phillies: Jason Ruffcorn, P, Oklahoma
236. Giants: Ian Villers, P, University of California 
237 Brewers: Zack Raabe, 2B, University of Minnesota
238. Astros: Colton Gordon, P, Central Florida
239. Marlins: Pat Monteverde, P, Texas Tech
240. Reds: Hunter Parks, P, Florence-Darlington Tech
241. Cardinals: Mike Antico, OF, University of Texas
242. Blue Jays: Hunter Gregory, P, Old Dominion University
243. Yankees: Will Warren, P, Southeastern Louisiana University
244. Cubs: Casey Opitz, C, University of Arkansas
245. White Sox: Fraser Ellard, P, Liberty University
246. Cleveland: Rodney Boone, P, UC Santa Barbara
247. Braves: Tyler Collins, OF, McKinney Boyd HS (TX)
248. Athletics: Drew Swift, SS, Arizona State
249. Twins: Noah Cardenas, C, UCLA
250. Padres: Lucas Dunn, 2B, Louisville
251. Rays: Patrick Wicklander, P, University of Arkansas 
252. Dodgers: Ben Harris, P, University of Georgia

Ninth round

253. Pirates: Luke Brown, OF, Louisville
254. Rangers: Liam Hicks, C, Arkansas State
255. Tigers: Garrett Burhenn, P, Ohio State
256. Red Sox: Tyler Miller, 3B, Auburn
257. Orioles: Ryan Higgins, 3B, Fresno State
258. Diamondbacks: Jake Rice, P, Kennesaw State
259. Royals: Parker Bates, OF, Louisiana Tech
260. Rockies: Cullen Kafka, P, University of Oregon
261. Angels: Braden Olthoff, P, Tulane
262. Mets: Levi David, P, Northwestern State
263. Nationals: Cole Quintanilla, P, Texas
264. Mariners: Spencer Packard, OF, Campbell University
265. Phillies: Gavin Tonkel, OF, Heritage HS (CA)
266. Giants: Matt Olsen, P, Arizona College
267 Brewers: Brannon Jordan, P, University of South Carolina
268. Astros: Aaron Brown, P, Middle Tennessee State
269. Marlins: Jake Schrand, P, Wright State University
270. Reds: Jack Rogers, OF, Sam Houston State
271. Cardinals: Trent Baker, P, Angelo State
272. Blue Jays: Conor Larkin, P, Penn State
273. Yankees: Chandler Champlain, P, USC
274. Cubs: Chase Watkins, P, Oregon State
275. White Sox: Gil Luna, P, Arizona
276. Cleveland: Will Dion, P, McNeese State
277. Braves: Liam McGill, C, Bryant University
278. Athletics: Shane McGuire, C, University of San Diego
279. Twins: Patrick Winkle, C, University of Connecticut
280. Padres: Garrett Hawkins, P, University of British Columbia
281. Rays: Alex Ayala, P, Florida SouthWestern State College
282. Dodgers: Lael Lockhart, P, University of Arkansas

10th round

283. Pirates: Justin Meis, P, Eastern Michigan 
284. Rangers: CJ Widger, P, Rowan College
285. Tigers: Austin Schultz, OF, University of Kentucky
286. Red Sox: Matt Litwicki, P, University of Indiana
287. Orioles: Billy Cook, 3B, Pepperdine University
288. Diamondbacks: Hugh Fisher, P, Vanderbilt University
289. Royals: Shane Connolly, P, Virginia Tech
290. Rockies: Zach Kokoska, OF, Kansas State
291. Angels: Andrew Peters, P, University of South Carolina
292. Mets: Keyshawn Askew, P, Clemson
293. Nationals: Darren Baker, 2B, University of California
294. Mariners: Jordan Jackson, P, Georgia Southern
295. Phillies: Logan Cerny, OF, Troy University
296. Giants: Vaun Brown, OF, Florida Southern
297 Brewers: Wes Clarke, C, University of South Carolina
298. Astros: Michael Sandle, OF, University of South Alabama
299. Marlins: Hunter Perdue, P, Florida State University
300. Reds: Donovan Benoit, P, Tulane
301. Cardinals: Osvaldo Tovalin, 3B, Azusa Pacific University
302. Blue Jays: Connor Cooke, P, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
303. Yankees: Benjamin Cowles, SS, University of Maryland
304. Cubs: Peter Matt, OF, Duke
305. White Sox: Tommy Sommer, P, Indiana University
306. Cleveland: Franco Aleman, P, University of Florida
307. Braves: Dylan Spain, P, University of Hawaii at Hilo
308. Athletics: Jack Winkler, SS, University of San Francisco
309. Twins: Ernie Yake, SS, Gonzaga
310. Padres: Colton Bender, C, Quinnipiac University
311. Rays: Austin Vernon, P, North Carolina Central University
312. Dodgers: Michael Hobbs, P, St. Mary's College

11th round

313. Pirates: Jack Carey, P, Duke
314. Rangers: JoJo Blackmon, OF, Escambia HS (FL)
315. Tigers: Josh Crouch, C, Central Florida
316. Red Sox: Niko Kavadas, 1B, Notre Dame
317. Orioles: Dylan Heid, P, Pitt-Johnstown
318. Diamondbacks: Tim Tawa, 2B, Stanford
319. Royals: Brennon McNair, SS, Magee HS (MS)
320. Rockies: Nic Kent, SS, Virginia
321. Angels: Chase Silseth, P, Arizona
322. Mets: Rowdey Jordan, OF, Mississippi State
323. Nationals: Marc Davis, P, Florida Southwestern State
324. Mariners: William Fleming, P, Wake Forest
325. Phillies: Andrew Baker, P, Chipola College
326. Giants: Donovan McIntyre, OF, Marian Catholic HS (IL)
327 Brewers: Roc Riggio, OF, Thousand Oaks HS (CA)
328. Astros: Chad Stevens, SS, Portland
329. Marlins: Jesse Bergin, P, UCLA
330. Reds: Shawn Guilliams, P, Central Florida
331. Cardinals: Mack Chambers, SS, New Mexico
332. Blue Jays: Trenton Wallace, P, Iowa
333. Yankees: Jack Neely, P, Ohio State
334. Cubs: Gage Ziehl, P, Penfield HS (NY)
335. White Sox: Christian Edwards, P, Jacksonville State
336. Cleveland: Hunter Stanley, P, Southern Miss
337. Braves: Adam Shoemaker, SS, St. Benedict Catholic (CN)
338. Athletics: Eduardo Rivera, P, Colegio CADEST
339. Twins: Brandon Birdsell, P, Texas Tech
340. Padres: River Ryan, P, UNC Pembroke
341. Rays: Sean Mullen, P, UCLA
342. Dodgers: Justin Wrobleski, P, Oklahoma State

12th round

343. Pirates: Chazz Martinez, P, Orange Coast College
344. Rangers: Jackson Leath, P, Tennessee
345. Tigers: Mike Rothenberg, C, Duke
346. Red Sox: Christopher Troye, P, UC Santa Barbara
347. Orioles: Justin Armbruester, P, New Mexico
348. Diamondbacks: Davis Diaz, SS, Acalanes HS (CA)
349. Royals: Tyson Guerrero, P, Washington
350. Rockies: Mason Green, P, Central Missouri
351. Angels: Mason Albright, P, IMG Academy (FL)
352. Mets: Jack-Thomas Wold, OF, UNLV
353. Nationals: Andrew Alvarez, P, Cal Poly
354. Mariners: Corey Rosier, OF, UNC Greensboro
355. Phillies: T.J. Rumfield, 3B, Virginia Tech
356. Giants: Landen Roupp, P, UNC Wilmington
357 Brewers: Caden Vire, P, Skyview HS (WA)
358. Astros: Rhett Kouba, P, Dallas Baptist 
359. Marlins: Brandon White, P, Washington State
360. Reds: Julian Aguiar, P, Cypress College
361. Cardinals: Chris Gerard, P, Virginia Tech
362. Blue Jays: Riley Tirotta, 3B, Dayton
363. Yankees: Ben Rice, C, Dartmouth
364. Cubs: Teo Banks, OF, Permian HS (TX)
365. White Sox: Johnny Ray, P, TCU
366. Cleveland: Connor Kokx, OF, Long Beach State
367. Braves: Andrew Hoffmann, P, Illinois
368. Athletics: Mitch Myers, P, Pittsburgh
369. Twins: Kyler Fedko, OF, UConn
370. Padres: Marcos Castanon, SS, UC Santa Barbara
371. Rays: Johnny Cuevas, P, Southern Nevada
372. Dodgers: Ronan Kopp, P, South Mountain CC

13th round

373. Pirates: Owen Sharts, P, Nevada
374. Rangers: Thomas Ireland, P, Polk State College
375. Tigers: Chris Meyers, 3B, Toledo
376. Red Sox: Zach Ehrhard, SS, Wharton HS (FL)
377. Orioles: Jacob Teter, 1B, Florida Southern
378. Diamondbacks: Josh Swales, P, Southern Nevada
379. Royals: Patrick Halligan, P, Pensacola State College
380. Rockies: EJ Andrews Jr., OF, Fresno State
381. Angels: Mo Hanley, P, Adrian College
382. Mets: Matt Ruidick, OF, San Diego State
383. Nationals: Mack Anglin, P, Clemson
384. Mariners: Ben Ramriez, SS, USC
385. Phillies: Jared Carr, OF, Shephred University
386. Giants: Jared Dupere, OF, Northeastern
387 Brewers: Quinton Low, P, Chatfield HS (CO)
388. Astros: Kobe Kato, 2B, Arizona
389. Marlins: Chandler Jozwiak, P, Texas A&M
390. Reds: Michael Trautwein, C, Northwestern
391. Cardinals: Hayes Heinecke, P, Wofford
392. Blue Jays: Matt Svanson, P, Lehigh
393. Yankees: Zach Messinger, P, Virginia
394. Cubs: Erian Rodriguez, P, Georgia Premier Academy (GA)
395. White Sox: Colby Smelley, C, Shelton State
396. Cleveland: Davis Sharpe, P, Clemson
397. Braves: Adam Zebrowski, C, St. John Fisher College
398. Athletics: Aaron Holiday, P, Old Dominion
399. Twins: David Festa, P, Seton Hall
400. Padres: Kobe Robinson, P, Chattanooga State
401. Rays: Bobby Seymour, 1B, Wake Forest
402. Dodgers: Antonio Knowles, P, Florida SouthWestern State

14th round

403. Pirates: Braylon Bishop, OF, Arkansas HS (AR)
404. Rangers: Tucker Mitchell, C, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota
405. Tigers: RJ Petit, P, Charleston Southern
406. Red Sox: Jacob Webb, P, Miami (OH)
407. Orioles: Daniel Lloyd, P, South Carolina
408. Diamondbacks: Channy Ortiz, SS, Grand Canyon
409. Royals: Caden Monke, P, Arkansas
410. Rockies: Tyler Ras, P, Alabama
411. Angels: Eric Torres, P, Kansas State
412. Mets: Nathan Lavender, P, Illinois
413. Nationals: Erik Tolman, P, Arizona State
414. Mariners: Andrew Moore, P, Chipola College
415. Phillies: Jose Valadez-Acuna, OF, Veterans Memorial HS (TX)
416. Giants: Tyler Myrick, P, Florida International
417 Brewers: Jace Avina, OF, Spanish Springs HS (NV)
418. Astros: Bryant Salgado, P, Oregon State
419. Marlins: Holt Jones, P, Kentucky
420. Reds: Carter Raffield, P, Clemson
421. Cardinals: Andre Granillo, P, Cal-Riverside
422. Blue Jays: Damiano Palmegiani, 3B, Southern Nevada
423. Yankees: Sean Hermann, P, Durant HS (FL)
424. Cubs: Frankie Scalzo, P, Grand Canyon
425. White Sox: Noah Owen, P, Golden West College
426. Cleveland: Trenton Denholm, P, Cal-Irvine
427. Braves: Caleb Durbin, SS, Washington University (MO)
428. Athletics: Jonny Butler, OF, NC State
429. Twins: Pierson Ohl, P, Grand Canyon
430. Padres: Adam Smith, P, UNC Wilmington
431. Rays: Antonio Menendez, P, Wake Forest
432. Dodgers: Jordan Leasure, P, University of Tampa

15th round

433. Pirates: Tyler Samaniego, P, South Alabama
434. Rangers: Evan Elliott, P, Lethbridge
435. Tigers: Blake Holub, P, St. Edwards University
436. Red Sox: Payton Gren, SS, Green Hope HS (NC)
437. Orioles: Keagen Gillies, P, Tulane
438. Diamondbacks: Shane Muntz, C, Wake Forest
439. Royals: River Town, OF, Dallas Baptist
440. Rockies: Benjamin Sems, SS, Michigan
441. Angels: Glenn Albanese, P, Louisville
442. Mets: Wyatt Young, SS, Pepperdine
443. Nationals: Jaden Fein, OF, San Diego State
444. Mariners: Cole Barr, 3B, Indiana
445. Phillies: Matt Osterberg, P, St. Cloud State
446. Giants: Brooks Baldwin, SS, UNC Wilmington
447 Brewers: Hunter Hollan, P, San Jacinto College North
448. Astros: Adrian Chaidez, P, UCLA
449. Marlins: Caleb Wurster, P, UConn
450. Reds: Blake Dunn, OF, Western Michigan
451. Cardinals: Alex Cornwell, P, USC
452. Blue Jays: Garrett Spain, OF, Austin Peay
453. Yankees: Danny Watson, VCU
454. Cubs:  BJ Murray, 3B, Florida Atlantic
455. White Sox: Cameron Butler, OF, Big Valley Christian HS (CA)
456. Cleveland: Alaska Abney, P, Coastal Carolina
457. Braves: Christian Robinson, OF, Stanford
458. Athletics: Luke Anderson, P, Central Oklahoma
459. Twins: Mikey Perez, SS, UCLA
460. Padres: Anthony Vilar, C, Miami (FL)
461. Rays: Conor Angel, P, Louisiana Lafayette
462. Dodgers: Madison Jeffrey, P, West Virginia

16th round

463. Pirates: Daniel Corona, SS, Baylor Schools (TN)
464. Rangers: Ryan Ure, P, Eaton HS (CO)
465. Tigers: Jack Anderson, P, Florida State
466. Red Sox: BJ Vela, 2B, Reedley
467. Orioles: Peter Van Loon, P, Cal-Irvine
468. Diamondbacks: Jacen Roberson, OF, CSU Bakersfield
469. Royals: Anthony Simonelli, P, Virginia Tech
470. Rockies: Braiden Ward, OF, Washington
471. Angels: Brandon Dufault, P, Northeastern
472. Mets: Trey McLoughlin, P, Fairfield
473. Nationals: Jack Sinclair, P, Central Florida
474. Mariners: Jimmy Joyce, P, Hofstra
475. Phillies: Ty Collins, P, Glendale College
476. Giants: Julian Bosnic, P, South Carolina
477 Brewers: Kaylan Nicasia, SS, Champagnat Catholic HS (FL)
478. Astros: Nic Swanson, P, Northeastern State
479. Marlins: Ivan Melendez, 3B, Texas
470. Reds: Owen Holt, P, Alvin CC
481. Cardinals: Aaron McKeithan, C, UNC Charlotte
482. Blue Jays: Micah Bucknam, P, Mennonite Educational Institute (CN)
483. Yankees: Cole Ayers, P, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota
484. Cubs: Zachary Leigh, P, Texas State
485. White Sox: Terrell Tatum, OF, NC State
486. Cleveland: Zach Pettway, P, UCLA
487. Braves: Kris Anglin, P, Howard
488. Athletics: Colton Johnson, P, Illinois State
489. Twins: Jonathan Lavallee, P, Long Beach State
490. Padres: Alek Jacob, P, Gonzaga
491. Rays: Ian Leatherman, P, Central Michigan
492. Dodgers: Michael Sirota, SS, Gunnery School (CT)

17th round

493. Pirates: Carlos Lomeli, P, St. Mary's
494. Rangers: Michael Alfonso, SS, Key West HS (FL)
495. Tigers: Aaron Haase, P, Wichita State
496. Red Sox: Luis Guerrero, P, Chipola College
497. Orioles: Ryan Long, P, Pomona-Pitzer
498. Diamondbacks: Drake Varnado, SS, IMG Academy (FL)
499. Royals: Luca Tresh, C, NC State
500. Rockies: Jarrod Cande, OF, Florida Southern
501. Angels: Mason Erla, P, Michigan State
502. Mets: Nick Zwack, P, Xavier
503. Nationals: Brendan Collins, P, UNC Greensboro
504. Mariners: Jimmy Kingsbury, P, Villanova
505. Phillies: Alex Garbrick, P, South Carolina Upstate
506. Giants: Brett Standlee, P, Oklahoma State
507 Brewers: Will Rogers, C, Mounds View HS (MN)
508. Astros: Justin Williams, 3B, Penn State
509. Marlins: Justin Fall, P, Arizona State
510. Reds: Dennis Boatman, P, Sacramento CC
511. Cardinals: Elijah Cabell, OF, Florida State
512. Blue Jays: Cooper Benson, P, Arizona State
513. Yankees: Grant Richardson, OF, Indiana
514. Cubs: Christian Olivo, SS, Leadership Christian Academy
515. White Sox: Jayson Gonzalez, 3B, Vanderbilt
516. Cleveland: Tyler Thorton, P, Arizona State
517. Braves: Tyler Tolve, C, Kennesaw State
518. Athletics: Kyle Virbitsky, P, Penn State
519. Twins: Dylan Neuse, 2B, Texas Tech
520. Padres: Luke Boyd, P, Baylor
521. Rays: Conor Dryer, P, Central Missouri
522. Dodgers: Adam Tulloch, P West Virginia

18th round

523. Pirates: A.J. Graham, SS, Gaither HS (FL)
524. Rangers: Kyle Larsen, P, TNXL Academy (FL)
525. Tigers: Ben Malgeri, OF, Northeastern
526. Red Sox: Phillip Skies, OF, TCU
527. Orioles: Conor Grady, P, Florida State
528. Diamondbacks: Joey Spence, C, West Bend East HS (WI)
529. Royals: Harrison Beethe, P, TCU
530. Rockies: Bryce McGowan, P, UNC Charlotte
531. Angels: Nick Mondak, P, St. John's
532. Mets: Kolby Kubichek, P, Texas
533. Nationals: Steven Williams, OF, Auburn
534. Mariners: Riley Davis, P, UAB
535. Phillies: Malik Binns, P, Benedictine U Mesa
536. Giants: Hunter Dula, P, Wingate
537 Brewers: Ryne Moore, P, Old Dominion
538. Astros: Will Wagner, 2B, Liberty
539. Marlins: Bennett Hostetler, SS, North Dakota State
540. Reds: Austin Callahan, 3B, Hutcinson CC
541. Cardinals: Andrew Marrero, P, UConn
542. Blue Jays: Jimmy Burnette, P, Saint Leo University
543. Yankees: Bailey Dees, P, Penn State
544. Cubs: Dominic Hambley, P, Belmont Secondary (CN)
545. White Sox: Adam Hackenberg, C, Clemson
546. Cleveland: Tommy Ventimglia, P, Longwood HS (NY)
547. Braves: Austin Smith, P, Arizona
548. Athletics: Mariano Ricciardi, 2B, Dayton
549. Twins: Mike Paredes, P, San Diego State
550. Padres: Gage Jump, P, JSerra Catholic HS (CA)
551. Rays: Kenny Piper, C, Columbia College
552. Dodgers: Damon Keith, OF, Cal Baptist

19th round

553. Pirates: Drew Irvine, P, Iowa
554. Rangers: Will Taylor, OF, Dutch Fork HS (SC)
555. Tigers: Justice Bigbie, 1B, Western Carolina
556. Red Sox: Tyler Uberstine, P, Northwestern
557. Orioles: Alex Pham, P, San Francisco
558. Diamondbacks: Eric Hammond, P, Keller HS (TX)
559. Royals: Cam Williams, 3B, Texas
560. Rockies: Elijah Trest, P, Arkansas
561. Angels: Nathan Burns, P, Oregon State
562. Mets: Drake Osborn, C, Louisiana-Lafayette
563. Nationals: Riggs Threadgill, P, McLennan CC
564. Mariners: Charlie Welch, C, Arkansas
565. Phillies: Seth Halvorsen, P, Missouri
566. Giants: Irvin Murr, 3B, Winter Spings HS (FL)
567 Brewers: Carter Holton, P, Benedictine Military School (GA)
568. Astros: Hector G. Nieves, SS, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy
569. Marlins: Noah Williamson, OF, Everett CC
570. Reds: Ryan Cardona, P, Marist
571. Cardinals: Thomas Francisco, 1B, East Carolina
572. Blue Jays: Juan Gonzalez, C, Miami Dade College
573. Yankees: Dominic Keegan, C, Vanderbilt
574. Cubs: Daniel Avitia, P, Alhambra HS (AZ)
575. White Sox: Shawn Goosenberg, SS, Northwestern
576. Cleveland: Reid Johnston, P, NC State
577. Braves: Samuel Strickland, P, Samford
578. Athletics: Blake Beers, P, Michigan
579. Twins: Jaylen Nowlin, P, Chipola College
580. Padres: Gabriel Rincones, OF, St. Petersburg College
581. Rays: Sean Hunley, P, Tennessee
582. Dodgers: Gabe Emmett, P, Folsom Lake College

20th round

583. Pirates: Brenden Dixon, SS, Weatherfod College
584. Rangers: Joseph Montalvo, P, Central Pointe Christian (FL)
585. Tigers: J.D. McLaughlin, OF, Central Arizona
586. Red Sox: Josh Hood, SS, Penn
587. Orioles: Trendon Craig, OF, Louisburg College
588. Diamondbacks: Ross Carver, P, Dallas Baptist
589. Royals: Jack Aldrich, P, Tulane
590. Rockies: Tyler Ahearn, P, Florida State
591. Angels: Marcelo Perez, P, TCU
592. Mets: Justin Guerrera, SS, Fairfield
593. Nationals: Elie Kligman, C, Cimarron-Memorial HS (NV)
594. Mariners: Troy Taylor, P, Cypress College
595. Phillies: Cam Wynne, P, Nebraska
596. Giants: Vance Honeycutt, SS, Salisbury HS (NC)
597 Brewers: Samuel Mendez, P, Cisco JC
598. Astros: Jackson Linn, OF, Cambridge Rindge and Latin (MA)
599. Marlins: Zach Zubia, 1B, Texas
600. Reds: Javi Rivera, P, Florida Atlantic
601. Cardinals: Xavier Casserilla, 3B, V.R. Eaton HS (TX)
602. Blue Jays: Luke Holman, P, Wilson HS (PA)
603. Yankees: Sean Hard, P, St. Joseph Regional (NJ)
604. Cubs: Wilson Cunningham, P, JSerra Catholic HS (CA)
605. White Sox: Haylen Green, P, TCU
606. Cleveland: Jake Miller, P, San Diego
607. Braves: Ty Evans, OF, Lakeland Christian (FL)
608. Athletics: Hunter Breault, P, Oregon
609. Twins: Dillon Tatum, C, UC Irvine
610. Padres: Chase Burns, P, Beech HS (TN)
611. Rays: Kamron Fields, P, Texas Southern
612. Dodgers: Charlie Connolly, P, Navy