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The 2022 MLB Draft wrapped up Tuesday, as the final 300 picks were made in Rounds 11-20. A total of 616 selections were made since Sunday night. The three-day selection process started in Los Angeles with the Baltimore Orioles selecting high school shortstop Jackson Holliday (Matt's son) with the top overall pick. The Arizona Diamondbacks then took high school outfielder Druw Jones (Andruw's son) with the second pick. Kumar Rocker (Rangers), Termarr Johnson (Pirates) and Elijah Green (Nationals) rounded out the top five.

The draft was shortened from 40 rounds to five rounds in 2020 as a cost-cutting move during the pandemic but was stretched back to 20 rounds last year. That will be the new norm heading forward.

So who did your favorite team pick? And where did that intriguing prospect land? We kept tabs on every pick -- all 616 -- with our 2022 MLB Draft tracker. You can find the full list of picks below, as well as analysis of every first-round selection.

2022 MLB Draft: First Round Analysis
1

Jackson Holliday, SS, Stillwater HS (OK): Holliday is one of a few top prospects with big-league bloodlines working in his favor. His father Matt made seven All-Star Games over a 15-year career, and his uncle Josh is the head coach at Oklahoma State (where he's committed to play in the unlikely event he attends college). Holliday hasn't coasted on his name or his connections; he spent the past year getting himself into better shape, and improving his offensive game. He's no longer pulling off pitches as frequently as he had in the past, and he's more open to using the whole field. His explosiveness allows him to smoke almost anything thrown over the plate, and he can run and throw well, too.

2

Druw Jones, CF, Wesleyan HS (GA): Jones, whose father Andruw is a borderline Hall of Famer, was in the running for the top spot entering the spring. He's since emerged as the industry's preferred choice. It's not hard to understand why. He's a good to great defender at a premium position who could finish his development arc with five plus or better tools, including both components of his bat. Indeed, he has the kind of projectable frame and handspeed that should allow him to add muscle and power as he matures. Jones might end up losing a little speed as a result, but he's believed to have the instincts and innate feel for the position that should enable his game to remain lush with secondary value. There's legitimate All-Star potential here.

3

Kumar Rocker, RHP, Tri-City Valleycats: Rocker, who previously suffered from overexposure, was absent from most of this year's cycle after the Mets failed to sign him following his selection at No. 10 overall in last year's draft. He resurfaced recently in the Frontier League, running his fastball up to 99 mph and overwhelming indy-league hitters with a 70-grade slider. Heraclitus said that no man steps in the same river twice, for neither he nor the river are the same. Even if Rocker was the same -- and he's not, if only in age -- the river has changed. The industry was already skeptical about him because of his lagging changeup and the potential command and durability concerns created by his mechanical deficiencies; now, there's also the matter of last summer's post-draft physical that caused the Mets to bail. We have to write that it does feel silly to obsess over what could go wrong with Rocker's arm in a draft where almost every other top pitcher already has an elbow zipper.

4

Termarr Johnson, 2B, Mays HS (GA): Johnson was the top player on CBS Sports' board entering the spring, and a few evaluators argued he should've remained there. He still has a hit tool that one veteran scout graded as an 80 -- meaning, in layman's terms, as good as it gets -- and surprising power. The downfall for Johnson is (and was always going to be) his defensive value. He's likely just a second baseman, and there's always reluctance in taking high school second basemen for obvious reasons; they have less margin of error than shortstops or other up-the-middle players as it pertains to moving down the defensive spectrum. Oh well. Johnson is going to hit, and hit a lot, and he's going to do it while displaying one of the best feels for the game in the class.

5

Elijah Green, OF, IMG Academy (FL): Green is a fascinating and polarizing prospect, a walking example of bimodal distribution who seems to inspire forecasts invoking only his left- and right-tail outcomes. To hear most scouts tell it, he's either going to make several All-Star Games, or he's going to wash out before becoming arbitration eligible. His boosters point to his near-elite power and speed combination, as well as his potential to play center field despite being listed at 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds. (This is where we note, to little surprise, that his father Eric played in the NFL.) Conversely, Green's critics say that his game needs a lot of refinement for him to max out his tools, and that his extreme swing-and-miss tendencies will cause him to deviate, from being a red-hot chili pepper to not, more frequently than John Frusciante.

6

Jacob Berry, 3B/OF, LSU: Berry has changed locations twice in the past year. First, he followed coach Jay Johnson from Arizona to LSU; next, he started playing the outfield to ease concerns about his defensive value. It didn't work. Scouts contend that he lacks the hands and the feet to be a tolerable defender anywhere on the diamond. (One even compared Berry to Seth Beer, who was held as a conscientious objector to defense when he was drafted 28th overall in 2018 out of Clemson.) That wouldn't matter too much if Berry's offensive upside was considered ironclad, but multiple evaluators warned that his underlying exit-velocity data suggests his power potential has been overstated.

7

Cade Horton, RHP, Oklahoma: Horton, a draft-eligible sophomore who missed the 2021 season because of Tommy John surgery, put himself into first-round consideration with a phenomenal run during the College World Series that culminated with a Finals record 13 strikeouts. His arsenal is all about power, including a high-spin fastball that can touch into the upper-90s and a slider that was clocked as high as 90 during that aforementioned start. Horton has a limited track record (he threw just over 50 regular-season innings for the Sooners), and scouts still have lingering doubts about whether he'll be a starter for the long haul.

8

Brooks Lee, SS, Cal Poly: Lee might have the best feel for the game of any prospect in the draft. (If not, then that distinction goes to Termarr Johnson.) He's a coach's son and a switch-hitter who should be good from both sides (especially the left). He struck out in fewer than 10 percent of his plate appearances this season, all the while showing a good feel for the zone and for quality contact. Defensively, he's not the most athletic individual, and his arm is in the average-to-tick-above range. That combination usually makes scouts cast doubt on someone's ability to remain at the six, though Lee's aforementioned wherewithal and the recent optimization of defensive positioning has them open to the idea that he at least starts his big-league career at shortstop.

9

Gavin Cross, OF, Virginia Tech: The Hokies had not had a player selected in the first round since Joe Saunders in 2002. Cross, who is projected to become an above-average hitter and a fine right fielder, ended the decades-long drought. He trended in the right direction this season in all the pertinent areas. At the plate, he improved upon his strikeout and walk rates while increasing his power output; in the field, he slid to center and fared better than expected for someone who is slated to play right field as a professional. There's not much chrome to his game, but his offensive skill set should make him a welcomed addition

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10

Gabriel Hughes, RHP, Gonzaga: Hughes is a big, physical power pitcher who this season improved his velocity (he can touch into the upper-90s) and his control and who has a good slider. There is some relief risk here should his past wildness return (he had previously walked a batter every other inning in his collegiate career) or if he can't improve his changeup. The pitch has decent action, but he's too prone to getting underneath the ball, as opposed to working through it, for evaluators to have confidence in its effectiveness.

11

Kevin Parada, C, Georgia Tech: The Yellow Jackets had produced three first-round catchers since 1993: Jason Varitek, Matt Wieters, and Joey Bart. Parada became the fourth. He's always hit despite an unusual pre-swing stance that sees him lift his front elbow to his nose and drape the bat the length of his spine, his barrel dangling down around belt-level until he begins his operation. That remained true this season, as he homered 26 times and nearly posted a 1-to-1 walk-to-strikeout ratio in 60 games. Parada's ball-tracking data, predictably, supports the notion that he could develop into a middle-of-the-order hitter with the potential for more pop than country radio. He's not as promising behind the dish, but he's improved enough there for scouts to see him as a tolerable option to begin his career.

12

Jace Jung, 2B, Texas Tech: Jung's surname is pronounced like "young," as in, Jace is the younger brother of Josh, a third-base prospect with the Rangers who was the No. 8 pick in the 2019 draft. Jace came off the board in the same neighborhood thanks to an impressive combination of offensive skills. He has an excellent feel for the strike zone and for making contact, a combination that allowed him to walk 17 more times (59) than he struck out (42). Scouts believe he has plus raw strength, though they're skeptical it'll play as such in-game because of his hit-over-slug mindset. Whatever his philosophy, he'll go as far as his bat will take him; he's a below-average fielder, even at the keystone, who'll need to be positioned well to avoid giving back runs with his glove.

13

Zach Neto, SS, Campbell: Neto is a well-rounded player who found the Big South to be a Little Challenge. You can choose your own most impressive statistic: is it that he nearly homered more times (15) than he struck out (19); is it that he did record as many stolen bases as strikeouts; or is it that he had a walk-to-strikeout ratio exceeding 2.0? Neto hits the ball hard and at a good angle, and he receives compliments for his general knowhow. If there are blemishes to his game, it's that he faced weak competition and that he's unlikely to become more than a second-division shortstop. 

14

Jett Williams, SS, Rockwall-Heath HS (TX): Williams, a Mississippi State commit, has more helium than most other prospects in the draft. Some evaluators have said they see him as the second-best prep hitter in the class (no small compliment given the names in the class), thanks in part to a hit tool that could reach double-plus status. Williams is listed at just 5-foot-8, but he's strong and athletic and the combination of his effective swing and fast bat could allow him to generate average in-game power. 

15

Dylan Lesko, RHP, Buford HS (GA): Lesko underwent Tommy John surgery in April, pushing him down a hair compared to where he would've ranked otherwise. Presuming he makes a full recovery, he has all the right ingredients to become an above-average starter, including the requisite size, athleticism, command, and arsenal depth. His top offering is his changeup, which one veteran scout tabbed as the best pitch he's ever seen from a high-school arm. Lesko isn't just smoke-and-mirrors; his fastball has been clocked into the upper-90s and he imparts good spin on the pitch thanks to a high release point. If there is a potential bugaboo with his arsenal, it's his breaking ball. Though a Trackman darling, some evaluators worry that the pitch features too much depth, and that big-league hitters will notice the hump out of his hand and spit on it (relative to their younger counterparts).

16

Chase DeLauter, OF, James Madison: DeLauter, our preseason No. 2, is a polarizing prospect. All he's done throughout his college career, including a stint in last summer's Cape Cod League (essentially a proving ground for small-school players), is hit and hit some more. He slid down boards because he started the season off with some of his worst games, and they just so happened to come against the best pitchers he faced all year. It didn't help matters that he later fractured his foot and missed the rest of the campaign. Mind you, he still hit .437/.576/.828 with seven more walks than strikeouts in 118 plate appearances; he still displayed a strong eye and above-average pop; and he still looked like a defensive asset in a corner. If there's one other common gripe about DeLauter, beyond his weak quality of competition, it's the unusual footwork he displays at the plate. His back foot tends to kick out, creating an odd scissoring aesthetic.

17

Justin Crawford, OF, Bishop Gorman HS (NV): Yet another draftee with a big-league father, Crawford's father Carl played in the majors for more than a decade and made four All-Star teams along the way. Comparing the two is lazy, but there is some validity to the thought. Crawford has a feel for hitting and near-elite speed; he just needs to get stronger in order to maximize his potential.

18

Cam Collier, 3B, Chipola College (FL): Age-relative performance has always felt like an obvious positive indicator for future success, but it wasn't until relatively recently that teams other than the iconoclasts heavily weighed a player's age in their draft analysis. That development prefaces the rise of Collier, who was born weeks after the 2004 presidential election. (Or, for those who prefer matters of greater global significance, a couple of days before the release of World of Warcraft.) Collier offers more than an excuse to say, "I'm getting old," of course. He's shown an aptitude for making quality contact and for commanding the strike zone, and scouts believe he'll offer more power in time. His arm is strong enough to envision him sticking at third base for the long haul, too, and it doesn't hurt that his father Lou played in parts of eight big-league seasons.

19

Daniel Susac, C, Arizona: Susac's brother Andrew was a second-round selection in 2011 who has since appeared in parts of six big-league seasons. Twosac, if you will, would appear to have fair odds of accruing more service time based on his plus or better strength and his improved defense. There are two things to know about Susac's offensive game: one, he likes to swing the bat; two, he likes to lift the ball. The former stands out as a potential problem, as he posted an ugly 2.26 strikeout-to-walk ratio. The latter? The latter is fine and allows him to leverage his aforementioned muscle. Defensively, he has a strong arm and good reason to root for the implementation of the automated ball-strike system.

20

Owen Murphy, RHP/INF, Riverside-Brookfield HS (IL): Shohei Ohtani's success has caused teams to think new thoughts about the viability of two-way players, but our guess is Murphy will store away his bat after he turns pro. (Carson Williams, Spencer Schwhellenbach, and Masyn Winn are recent two-way players who shed the label after draft day.) Murphy has a simple, mature delivery and a flat release point that enhances his low-to-mid-90s fastball when he elevates it in the zone. His dogged competitiveness and his above-average athleticism fuel our suspicion that he'll take a step forward once he prioritizes pitching; if and when that happens, look for him to work on nurturing his changeup and on tightening and speeding up his slurvy breaker.

21

Cole Young, SS, North Allegheny HS (PA): Young is a well-rounded player who lacks both a carrying tool and an obvious flaw. He minds the zone and he has doubles power at the plate (though his exit velocities hint at untapped strength), and in the field he displays good footwork and an above-average arm. He's unlikely to become a star-level contributor, the way some of his prep peers in this class might, but that shouldn't prevent him from becoming a solid contributor. 

22

Cooper Hjerpe, LHP, Oregon State: A player's draft stock is often subject to forces beyond their own talent and will. A decade ago, Hjerpe would've been classified as a reliever, and perhaps even a left-handed specialist, based on his unorthodox release point and his heater-heavy arsenal; these days, he's viewed as a fairly safe starting pitching prospect. Ain't it funny how times change? Anyway, he throws from a sidearm slot after stepping slightly closed, creating some crossfire effect in the process. Stuff-wise, he relies on a low-to-mid-90s fastball that downright bumfuzzles hitters thanks to the marriage between its rise and his flat vertical approach angle. His top secondary pitch, a sweeping slider, plays well off the heat while his changeup has shown enough promise to think he'll be able to neutralize righties. Hjerpe (that's "jerp-ee," for those wondering) pounds the zone and he should be able to ascend the ladder quickly.

23

Brandon Barriera, LHP, American Heritage HS (FL): Barriera has a fast arm and multiple high-quality secondary pitches, but some scouts are uneasy with regards to his size (he's listed at 5-foot-11) and fastball. He generates good velocity on his heater, yet the shape of the offering plays into the zone and may cause it to be less effective than the sum of its parts. That combination has led some to conclude that his relief risk is higher than it may appear at first glance. 

24

Mikey Romero, SS, Orange Lutheran HS (CA): Romero is a left-handed hitting shortstop who is committed to LSU. He has a good feel for making contact and should remain at the position over the long haul. The big question for him is if and by how much he'll improve his power production as he matures.

25

Spencer Jones, OF, Vanderbilt: Jones has gotten a few Aaron Judge comps (but as a lefty hitter) this spring and obviously that would be the best-case scenario. He's huge (6-foot-7) with enormous power, and he's a great athlete. Jones is a boom or bust kid with big upside, but also some things in his swing that need to be cleaned up.

26

Noah Schultz, LHP, Oswego East HS (IL): Schultz is a big lefty, listed at 6-foot-9, who has a promising three-pitch mix. He releases the ball from a low-three-quarters slot, creating a tough angle for hitters. Schultz is committed to Vanderbilt.

27

Eric Brown, SS, Coastal Carolina: Brown is a divisive prospect, with evaluators split on whether or not he's worthy of a first-round pick. Those who like Brown overlook an unusual pre-swing setup, in which he extends and elevates his arms and then points his barrel toward the third baseman as he begins his load, and are instead able to focus on his production and compelling combination of contact, power, and plate discipline. He hit .282/.375/.436 at the Cape Cod League last summer and .330/.460/.544 this spring, all with supporting ball-tracking metrics. Brown's boosters also see him sticking at short, making him a well-rounded player.

28

Drew Gilbert, OF, Tennessee: The Astros used their first first-round pick in years on Tennessee outfielder Drew Gilbert. He's a high-energy outfielder who should stick in center field. Scouts had reservations about his bat, meaning he could end up being a fourth-outfielder type if his offense falls on the low end of his projections.

29

Xavier Isaac, 1B, East Forsyth HS (NC): Isaac is a massive first baseman with excellent raw power. He doesn't have an extensive track record against high-quality competition, however, making him a risky prospect given that he's not capable of playing another defensive position.

30

Reggie Crawford, LHP, 1B, UConn: The Giants closed out the first-round by taking two-way player Reggie Crawford. He missed the season due to elbow surgery, but had some big-time stuff as a left-handed pitcher for UConn. Crawford isn't as well-regarded as a hitter, though the Giants are seemingly willing to give him a look as one, too.

Compensation picks

31. Rockies: Sterlin Thompson, OF, Florida
32. Reds: Sal Stewart, 3B, Westminster Christian HS (FL)

Competitive Balance Round A

33. Orioles: Dylan Beavers, OF, California
34. Diamondbacks: Landon Sims, P, Mississippi State
35. Braves: JR Ritchie, P, Bainbridge HS (WA)
36. Pirates: Thomas Harrington, P, Campbell
37. Guardians: Justin Campbell, P, Oklahoma State
38. Rockies: Jordan Beck, OF, Tennessee
39. Padres: Robby Snelling, P, McQueen HS (NV)

Second round

40. Dodgers: Dalton Rushing, C, Louisville
41. Red Sox: Cutter Coffey, SS, Liberty HS (CA)
42. Orioles: Max Wagner, 3B, Clemson
43. Diamondbacks: Ivan Melendez, 1B, Texas
44. Pirates: Hunter Barco, P, Barco
45. Nationals: Jake Bennett, P, Oklahoma
46. Marlins: Jacob Miller, P, Liberty Union HS (OH)
47. Cubs: Jackson Ferris, P IMG Academy (FL)
48. Twins: Connor Prielipp, P, Alabama
49. Royals: Cayden Wallace, 3B, Arkansas
50. Rockies: Jackson Cox, P, Toutle Lake HS (WA)
51. Tigers: Peyton Graham, SS, Oklahoma
52. Mets: Blade Tidwell, P, Tennessee 
53. Padres: Adam Mazur, P, Iowa
54. Guardians: Parker Messick, P, Florida State
55. Reds: Logan Tanner, C, Mississippi State
56. Athletics: Henry Bolte, OF, Palo Alto HS (CA)
57. Braves: Cole Phillips, P, Boerne HS (TX)
58. Mariners: Tyler Locklear, 3B, VCU
59. Cardinals: Brycen Mautz, P, San Diego
60. Blue Jays: Josh Kasevich, SS, Oregon
61. Yankees: Drew Thorpe, P, Cal Poly 
62. White Sox: Peyton Pallette, P, Arkansas
63. Brewers: Jacob Misiorowski, P, Crowder College
64. Astros: Jacob Melton, OF, Oregon State
65. Rays: Brock Jones, OF, Stanford
66. Giants: Carson Whisenhunt, P, East Carolina

Competitive Balance Round B

67. Orioles: Jud Fabian, OF, Florida
68. Twins: Tanner Schobel, SS, Virginia Tech
69. Athletics: Clark Elliott, OF, Michigan
70. Rays: Chandler Simpson, SS, Georgia Tech
71. Rays: Ryan Cermak, OF, Illinois State
72. Brewers: Robert Moore, SS, Arkansas
73. Reds: Justin Boyd, OF, Oregon State
74. Mariners: Walter Ford, P, Pace HS (FL)

Compensation picks

75. Mets: Nick Morabito, 2B, Gonzaga HS (DC)
76. Braves: Blake Burkhalter, P, Auburn
77. Blue Jays: Tucker Toman, SS, Hammond School HS (SC)
78. Blue Jays: Cade Doughty, 2B, LSU
79. Red Sox: Roman Anthony, OF, Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS (FL)
80. Astros: Andrew Taylor, P, Central Michigan

Third round

81. Orioles: Nolan McLean, P, Oklahoma State 
82. Diamondbacks: Nate Savino, P, Virginia
83. Pirates: Jack Brannigan, two-way player, Notre Dame
84. Nationals: Trey Lipscomb, 3B, Tennessee 
85. Marlins: Karson Milbrandt, P, Liberty Senior HS (MO)
86. Cubs: Christopher Paciolla, SS, Temecula Valley HS (CA)
87. Royals: Mason Barnett, P, Auburn   
88. Rockies: Carson Palmquist, P, Miami
89. Angels: Ben Joyce, P, Tennessee
90. Mets: Brandon Sproat, P, Florida
91. Padres: Henry Williams, P, Duke   
92. Guardians: Joe Lampe, OF, Arizona State
93. Phillies: Gabriel Rincones Jr., OF, Florida Atlantic
94. Reds: Bryce Hubbart, P, Florida State
95. Athletics: Colby Thomas, OF, Mercer
96. Braves: Drake Baldwin, C, Missouri State
97. Cardinals: Pete Hansen, P, Texas
98. Blue Jays: Alan Roden, OF, Creighton 
99. Red Sox: Dalton Rogers, P, Southern Miss
100. Yankees: Trystan Vrieling, P, Gonzaga
101. White Sox: Jonathan Cannon, P, Georgia
102. Brewers: Dylan O'Rae, SS, Northern Collegiate Institute (ON)
103. Astros: Michael Knorr, P, Coastal Carolina  
104. Rays: Trevor Martin, P, Oklahoma State
105. Dodgers: Alex Freeland, SS, Central Florida
106. Giants: William Kempner, P, Gonzaga

Fourth round

107. Orioles: Silas Ardoin, C, Texas 
108. Diamondbacks: Dylan Ray, P, Alabama
109. Rangers: Brock Porter, P, St. Mary's Prep HS (MI)
110. Pirates: Michael Kennedy, P, Troy HS (NY)
111. Nationals: Brenner Cox, OF, Rock Hill HS (TX)
112. Marlins: Marcus Johnson, P, Duke
113. Cubs: Nazier Mule, P, Passaic Tech HS (NJ) 
114. Twins: Andrew Morris, P, Texas Tech 
115. Royals: Steven Zobac, P, California 
116. Rockies: Ryan Ritter, SS, Kentucky
117. Tigers: Troy Melton, P, San Diego State
118. Angels: Jake Madden, P, Northwest Florida State  
119. Mets: Jacob Reimer, 3B, Yucaipa HS (CA)
120. Padres: Lamar King Jr., C, Calvert Hall HS (MD)
121. Guardians: Nate Furman, 2B, UNC Charlotte
122. Phillies: Alex McFarlane, P, Miami 
123. Reds: Kenya Huggins, P, Chipola College
124. Athletics: Jacob Watters, P, West Virginia
125. Braves: David McCabe, 3B, UNC Charlotte
126. Mariners: Ashton Izzi, P, Oswego East HS (IL)
127. Cardinals: Jimmy Crooks III, C, Oklahoma
128. Blue Jays: Ryan Jennings, P, Louisiana Tech
129. Red Sox: Chase Meidroth, SS, San Diego
130. Yankees: Anthony Hall, OF, Oregon
131. White Sox: Jordan Sprinkle, SS, UC Santa Barbara   
132. Brewers: Matthew Wood, C, Penn State
133. Astros: Trey Dombroski III, P, Monmouth 
134. Rays: Dominic Keegan, C, Vanderbilt
135. Dodgers:  Nick Biddison, OF, Virginia Tech
136. Giants: Spencer Miles, P, Missouri

Fifth round

137. Orioles: Trace Bright, P, Auburn 
138. Diamondbacks: Andrew Pintar, SS, BYU
139. Rangers: Chandler Pollard, OF, Woodward Academy HS (GA)  
140. Pirates: Tres Gonzalez, OF, Georgia Tech
141. Nationals: Jaren McKenzie, OF, Baylor
142. Marlins: Josh White, P, California
143. Cubs: Brandon Birdsell, P, Texas Tech
144. Twins: Ben Ross, SS, Notre Dame College
145. Royals: Hunter Patterson, P, Central Florida 
146. Rockies: Connor Staine, P, Central Florida
147. Tigers: Luke Gold, 3B, Boston College
148. Angels: Sonny DiChiara, 1B, Auburn
149. Mets: D'Andre Smith, SS, USC
150. Padres: Nathan Martorella, 1B, California    
151. Guardians: Guy Lipscomb Jr., OF, Belmont 
152. Phillies: Orion Kerkering, P, South Florida
153. Reds: Cade Hunter, C, Virginia Tech
154. Athletics: Jack Perkins, P, Indiana
155. Braves: Ignacio Alvarez, 3B, Riverside CC
156. Mariners: Reid VanScoter, P, Coastal Carolina
157. Cardinals: Victor Scott II, OF, West Virginia
158. Blue Jays: Mason Fluhart, P, Liberty
159. Red Sox: Noah Dean, P, Old Dominion
160. Yankees: Eric Reyzelman, P, LSU
161. White Sox: Tyler Schweitzer, P, Ball State
162. Brewers: Will Rudy, P, Cal Poly
163. Astros: Nolan DeVos, P, Davidson
164. Rays: Jalen Battles, SS, Arkansas
165. Dodgers: Sean McLain, SS, Arizona State
166. Giants: Liam Simon, P, Notre Dame

Sixth round

167. Orioles: Douglas Hodo III, OF, Texas
168. Diamondbacks: Will Mabrey, P, Tennessee 
169. Rangers: Tommy Specht, OF, Wahlert HS (IA)
170. Pirates: Derek Diamond, P, Ole Miss
171. Nationals: Nathaniel Ochoa Leyva, SS, Notre Dame Catholic SS (ON)
172. Marlins: Jared Poland, P, Louisville
173. Cubs: Will Frisch, P, Oregon State
174. Twins: Jorel Ortega, 2B, Tennessee
175. Royals: Hayden Dunhurst, C, Ole Miss 
176. Rockies: Michael Prosecky, P, Louisville
177. Tigers: Danny Seretti, SS, North Carolina
178. Angels: Victor Mederos, P, Oklahoma State
179. Mets: Tyler Stuart, P, Southern Miss
180. Padres: Jakob Marsee, OF, Central Michigan
181. Guardians: Dylan DeLucia P, Ole Miss
182. Phillies: Mavis Graves, P, Eastside HS (SC)
183. Reds: Zach Maxwell, P, Georgia Tech
184. Athletics: Brennan Milone, 3B, South Carolina
185. Braves: Seth Keller, P, Hanover HS (VA)
186. Mariners: Josh Hood, SS, NC State
187. Cardinals: Max Rajcic, P, UCLA
188. Blue Jays: T.J. Brock, P, Ohio State
189. Red Sox: Alex Hoppe, P, UNC Greensboro
190. Yankees: Chase Hampton, P, Texas Tech
191. White Sox: Eric Adler, P, Wake Forest
192. Brewers: Tyler Woessner, P, Central Arizona College
193. Astros: Collin Price, C, Mercer
194. Rays: Gary Gill Hill, P, John F. Kennedy Catholic HS (NY)
195. Dodgers: Logan Wagner, SS, P27 Academy (SC)
196. Giants: Hayden Birdsong, P, Eastern Illinois

Seventh round

197. Orioles: Preston Johnson, P, Mississippi State     
198. Diamondbacks: Demetroi Crisantes, SS, Nogales HS (AZ) 
199. Rangers: Luis Ramirez, P, Long Beach State
200. Pirates: J.P. Massey, P, Minnesota
201. Nationals: Riley Cornelio, P, TCU
202. Marlins: Kyle Crigger, P, Louisiana Tech
203. Cubs: Nick Hull, P, Grand Canyon
204. Twins: Kyle Jones, P, Toledo 
205. Royals: Mack Anglin, P, Clemson
206. Rockies: Kody Huff, C, Stanford
207. Tigers: Seth Stephenson, OF, Tennessee
208. Angels: Roman Phansalkar, P, Oklahoma State
209. Mets: Jonah Tong, P, Bill Crothers SS (ON)
210. Padres: Nick Vogt, OF, UC Santa Barbara 
211. Guardians: Javier Santos, P, Georgia Premier Academy (GA)
212. Phillies: Caleb Ricketts, C, San Diego
213. Reds: Trey Faltine, SS, Texas
214. Athletics: Yeniel Laboy, 3B, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (PR) 
215. Braves: Adam Maier, P, Oregon
216. Mariners: Hogan Windish, 2B, UNC Greensboro
217. Cardinals: Alex Iadisernia, OF, Elon
218. Blue Jays: Peyton Williams, 1B, Iowa
219. Red Sox: Caleb Bolden, P, TCU
220. Yankees: Cam Schlittler, P, Northeastern     
221. White Sox: Mark McLaughlin, P, Tennessee
222. Brewers: Ben Metzinger, 3B, Louisville
223. Astros: A.J. Blubaugh, P, Milwaukee
224. Rays: Blake Robertson, 1B, Oklahoma
225. Dodgers: Christopher Campos, SS, St. Mary's
226. Giants: Zach Morgan, C, Fresno State

Eighth round

227. Orioles: Cameron Weston, P, Michigan     
228. Diamondbacks: Adrian Rodriguez, SS, International Baseball Academy (PR)
229. Rangers: Matt Brosky, P, Youngstown State
230. Pirates: Cy Nielson, P, BYU
231. Nationals: Chance Huff, P, Georgia Tech
232. Marlins: Dale Stanavich, P, Rutgers
233. Cubs: Mason McGwire, P, Capistrano Valley HS (CA)    
234. Twins: Zebby Matthews, P, Western Carolina
235. Royals: Wesley Scott, P, Walters State CC
236. Rockies: Davis Palermo, P, North Carolina
237. Tigers: Jake Miller, P, Valparaiso
238. Angels: Dylan Phillips, two-way player, Kansas State    
239. Mets: Dylan Terbrake, P, Creighton
240. Padres: Griffin Doersching, 1B, Oklahoma State
241. Guardians: Jackson Humphries, P, Fuquay-Varina HS (NC)
242. Phillies: Alex Rao, P, Notre Dame
243. Reds: Chris McElvain, P, Vanderbilt
244. Athletics: Micah Dallas, P, Texas A&M 
245. Braves: Jason Franks, P, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
246. Mariners: Tatem Levins, C, Pittsburgh
247. Cardinals: Cade Winquest, P, Texas-Arlington
248. Blue Jays: Dylan Rock, OF, Texas A&M
249. Red Sox: Jonathan Brand, P, Miami (Ohio)
250. Yankees: Brett Barrera, SS, Stanford
251. White Sox: Mario Camilletti, 2B, Central Michigan
252. Brewers: Nate Peterson, P, Illinois-Chicago
253. Astros: Tyler Guilfoil, P, Kentucky
254. Rays: Sean Harney, P, Kentucky
255. Dodgers: Taylor Young, 2B, Louisiana Tech
256. Giants: Wade Meckler, OF, Oregon State

Ninth round

257. Orioles: Adam Crampton, SS, Stanford   
258. Diamondbacks: Gavin Logan, C, Oregon State
259. Rangers: Griffin Cheney, SS, Georgia State
260. Pirates: Mike Walsh, P, Yale
261. Nationals: Maxwell Romero Jr., C, Miami  
262. Marlins: Evan Taylor, P, Arkansas
263. Cubs: Connor Noland, P, Arkansas
264. Twins: Cory Lewis, P, UC Santa Barbara
265. Royals: Brandon Johnson, P, Ole Miss      
266. Rockies: Brad Cumbest, OF, N/A
267. Tigers: Andrew Jenkins, 1B, Georgia Tech
268. Angels: Joe Stewart, OF, Michigan
269. Mets: Chase Estep, 3B, Kentucky
270. Padres: Dylan Nedved, P, Iowa
271. Guardians: Austin Peterson, P, UConn
272. Phillies: Chad Castillo, OF, California Baptist University         
273. Reds: Rob Hensey, P, Monmouth
274. Athletics: Caeden Trenkle, OF, Oklahoma State
275. Braves: Cory Acton, 2B, Georgia
276. Mariners: Tyler Gough, P, JSerra Catholic HS (CA)
277. Cardinals: Joseph King, P, California
278. Blue Jays: Devereaux Harrison, P, Long Beach State
279. Red Sox: Brooks Brannon, C, Randleman HS (NC)
280. Yankees: Matt Keating, P, USC
281. White Sox: Michael Turner, C, Arkansas
282. Brewers: Tayden Hall, C, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota   
283. Astros: Brett Billis, P, Portland 
284. Rays: Chris Villaman, P, NC State
285. Dodgers: Brandon Neeck, P, Virginia
286. Giants: Jack Choate, P, Assumption College

10th round

287. Orioles: Wyatt Cheney, P, McLennan CC   
288. Diamondbacks: Brett Johnson, OF, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
289. Rangers: Josh Hatcher, OF, Kennesaw State
290. Pirates: Tanner Tredaway, OF, Oklahoma
291. Nationals: Murphy Stehly, 3B, Texas
292. Marlins: Cade Gibson, P, Louisiana Tech      
293. Cubs: Brody McCullough, P, Wingate
294. Twins: Dalton Shuffield, SS, Texas State
295. Royals: Levi Usher, OF, Louisville
296. Rockies: Zach Agnos, P, East Carolina
297. Tigers: Trevin Michael, P, Oklahoma
298. Angels: Matt Courtney, 1B, Old Dominion
299. Mets: Zebulon Vermillion, P, Arkansas
300. Padres: Jackson Smeltz, P, Purdue    
301. Guardians: Jacob Zibin, P, TNXL Academy (FL)
302. Phillies: Gustavo Sosa, C, South Mountain CCc
303. Reds: Brody Jessee, P, Gonzaga
304. Athletics: Brock Rodden, 2B, Wichita State
305. Braves: Andrew Keck, C, Southeast Missouri State  
306. Mariners: Bill Knight, OF, Mercer
307. Cardinals: Tanner Jacobson, P, Queens University of Charlotte
308. Blue Jays: Ian Churchill, P, San Diego
309. Red Sox: Isaac Coffey, P, Oral Roberts
310. Yankees: Will Brian, P, Eastern Kentucky
311. White Sox: Tim Elko, 1B, Ole Miss
312. Brewers: Brian Fitzpatrick, P, Rutgers    
313. Astros: Zach Cole Jr., OF, Ball State
314. Rays: Cade Halemanu, P, Hawaii
315. Dodgers: Simon Reid, C, Westmont College
316. Giants: John Bertrand, P, Notre Dame

11th round

317. Orioles: Zack Showalter, P, Wesley Chapel HS (FL) 
318. Diamondbacks: Spencer Giesting, P, UNC Charlotte 
319. Rangers: Kohl Drake, P, Walters State CC
320. Pirates: Dominic Perachi, P, Salve Regina
321. Nationals: Luke Young, P, Midland College 
322. Marlins: Alex Williams, P, Stanford
323. Cubs: Branden Noriega, P, N/A  
324. Twins: Andrew Cossetti, C, Saint Joseph's
325. Royals: David Sandlin, P, Oklahoma
326. Rockies: Carson Skipper, P, Auburn
327. Tigers: Joe Miller, P, Penn
328. Angels: Caden Dana, P, Don Bosco Prep HS (NJ)
329. Mets: Rhylan Thomas, OF, USC
330. Padres: Isaiah Lowe, P, Combine Academy (NC)
331. Guardians: Magnus Ellerts, P, Florida SouthWestern State College     
332. Phillies: Emaarion Boyd, OF, South Panola HS (MS)
333. Reds: Ben Brutti, P, South Kingstown HS (RI)
334. Athletics: Christian Oppor, P, Columbus HS (WI)
335. Braves: Ian Mejia, P, New Mexico State
336. Mariners: Marcelo Perez, P, TCU
337. Cardinals: Nathan Church, OF, Cal Irvine    
338. Blue Jays: Pat Gallagher, P, UConn
339. Red Sox: Marques Johnson, P, Long Beach State
340. Yankees: Ryan Harvey, P, UC Santa Barbara
341. White Sox: Jacob Burke, OF, Miami 
342. Brewers: Cameron Wagoner, P, Eastern Michigan
343. Astros: Ryan Clifford, OF, Crossroads FLEX HS (NC)
344. Rays: Drew Sommers, P, Central Arizona College
345. Dodgers: Kyle Nevin, OF, Baylor
346. Giants: Sam Bower, P, St. Mary's

12th round

347. Orioles: Bradley Brehmer, P, Indiana    
348. Diamondbacks: Malachi Witherspoon, P, Fletcher HS (FL) 
349. Rangers: Jackson Kelley, P, Mercer
350. Pirates: K.C. Hunt, P, Mississippi State
351. Nationals: Nick Peoples, OF, Northview HS (CA)
352. Marlins: Cole Kirschsieper, P, Illinois
353. Cubs: Matthew Peters, P, Indiana Tech     
354. Twins: Nate Baez, C, Arizona State
355. Royals: Jack Pineda, SS, Baylor
356. Rockies: Caleb Franzen, P, Portland
357. Tigers: Cole Stupp, P, Kentucky
358. Angels: Jared Southard, P, Texas
359. Mets: Paul Gervase, P, LSU
360. Padres: Austin Krob, P, TCU
361. Guardians: Jack Jasiak, P, South Florida
362. Phillies: Jordan Dissin, C, Saddleback College
363. Reds: Mason Pelio, P, Boston College     
364. Athletics: T.J. Czyz, P, Cosumnes River College 
365. Braves: Justin Janas, 1B, Illinois
366. Mariners: Troy Taylor, P, Cal Irvine
367. Cardinals:  Michael Curialle, SS, UCLA
368. Blue Jays: Nolan Perry, P, Carlsbad HS (NM)
369. Red Sox: Hayden Mullins, P, Auburn
370. Yankees: Jackson Fristoe, P, Mississippi State
371. White Sox: Brooks Baldwin, 3B, UNC Wilmington    
372. Brewers: Luke Adams, 3B, Hinsdale Central HS (IL)
373. Astros: Zach Dezenzo, SS, Ohio State
374. Rays: Alex Cook, P, Colby CC
375. Dodgers: Jacob Meador, P, Dallas Baptist
376. Giants: Tyler Vogel, P, Jacksonville

13th round

377. Orioles: Jared Beck, P, Saint Leo   
378. Diamondbacks: Eli Saul, P, Sacramento State 
379. Rangers: Caden Marcum, P, Paola HS (KS)
380. Pirates: Miguel Fulgencio, P, Cowley County CC
381. Nationals: Marquis Grissom Jr., P, Georgia Tech
382. Marlins: Chase Luttrell, OF, Long Beach State      
383. Cubs: Luis Rujano, P, Sunshine State Elite Academy (FL)
384. Twins: C.J. Culpepper, P, Cal Baptist 
385. Royals: Ryan Ramsey, P, Maryland
386. Rockies: Blake Adams, P, Kansas State
387. Tigers: Dom Johnson, OF, Kansas State
388. Angels: Tucker Flint, OF, Chipola College
389. Mets: Dylan Ross, P, Georgia
390. Padres: Graham Pauley, 3B, Duke      
391. Guardians: Tyresse Turner, SS, USC
392. Phillies: Cade Fergus, OF, George Washington
393. Reds: Jonathan Harmon, P, Northwestern State
394. Athletics: Jake Pfennigs, P, Oregon State
395. Braves: Cedric De Grandpre, P, Chipola College
396. Mariners: Darren Bowen, P, UNC Pembroke
397. Cardinals:  Chandler Arnold, P, Dallas Baptist
398. Blue Jays: Bo Bonds, P, Louisiana Lafayette      
399. Red Sox:  Gavin Klein, SS, Milton HS (WI)
400. Yankees: Geoffrey Gilbert, P, Clemson
401. White Sox: Mason Adams, P, Jacksonville
402. Brewers: Zane Petty, P, Corsicana HS (TX)
403. Astros: Jackson Loftin, SS, Oral Roberts
404. Rays: Nate Dahle, P, BYU
405. Dodgers: Chris Newell, OF, Virginia
406. Giants: Thomas Gavello, C, Pacific

14th round

407. Orioles: Adam Retzbach, C, Lehigh    
408. Diamondbacks: Kevin Graham, OF, Ole Miss
409. Rangers: Andrew Owen, P, Grossmont College
410. Pirates: Julian Bosnic, P, South Carolina
411. Nationals: Cortland Lawson, SS, Tennessee
412. Marlins: Torin Montgomery, 1B, Missouri
413. Cubs: Shane Marshall, P, Georgia
414. Twins: Omari Daniel, SS, The Walker School (GA)      
415. Royals: Ben Sears, P, Houston
416. Rockies: Braxton Hyde, P, Butler County CC
417. Tigers: Joe Adametz, P, Liberty
418. Angels: Sabin Ceballos, C, San Jacinto College North
419. Mets: Cameron Foster, P, McNeese State
420. Padres: Tyler Robertson, OF, Louisiana Lafayette
421. Guardians: Pres Cavenaugh, OF, UNC Greensboro      
422. Phillies: Bryan Rincon, SS, Shaler HS (PA)
423. Reds: Jared Lyons, P, George Mason
424. Athletics: Jamaliel Rosado Jr., SS, Leadership Christian Academy (PR)
425. Braves: Landon Harper, P, Southern Miss
426. Mariners: Tyler Cleveland, P, Central Arkansas
427. Cardinals: D.J. Carpenter, P, Oregon State
428. Blue Jays: Sammy Hernandez, C, Lakeland Senior HS (FL)
429. Red Sox: Travis Sanders, SS, Copperas Cove HS (TX)    
430. Yankees: Kris Bow, P, College of Southern Nevada
431. White Sox: Shane Murphy, P, Chandler Gilbert CC
432. Brewers: Aidan Maldonado, P, Minnesota
433. Astros: Tommy Sacco, SS, TCU
434. Rays: Roel Garcia III, P, Rice 
435. Dodgers: Jose Izarra, SS, Florida SouthWestern State College
436. Giants: Nomar Diaz, C, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy

15th round

437. Orioles: James Hicks Jr., P, South Carolina      
438. Diamondbacks: Joshua Day, SS, Missouri
439. Rangers: Jack Goodman, SS, Medfield HS (MA)
440. Pirates: Josiah Sightler, 1B, South Carolina
441. Nationals: Kyle Luckham, P, Arizona State
442. Marlins: Ike Buxton, P, Lipscomb
443. Cubs: Haydn McGeary, C, Colorado Mesa
444. Twins: Ben Ethridge, P, Southern Miss
445. Royals: Javier Vaz, OF, Vanderbilt    
446. Rockies: Brady Hill, P, San Jose State
447. Tigers: Patrick Pridgen, P, Florida International
448. Angels: Bryce Osmond, P, Oklahoma State
449. Mets: Jackson Jaha, 3B, Clackamas HS (OR)
450. Padres: Thomas Balboni Jr., P, Northeastern
451. Guardians: Adam Tulloch, P, Arizona State
452. Phillies: Troy Schreffler, OF, Maryland
453. Reds: Adam Serwinowski, P, Eastside HS (SC)             
454. Athletics: Mark Adamiak, P, Arkansas
455. Braves: William Silva, P, Miami Dade College
456. Mariners: Blake Rambusch, 3B, Auburn
457. Cardinals: Matt Hickey, P, Tarleton St.
458. Blue Jays: Michael Turconi, SS, Wake Forest
459. Red Sox: Nathan Landry, P, Missouri
460. Yankees: Tayler Aguilar, OF, Grand Canyon
461. White Sox: Billy Seidl, P, Duke
462. Brewers: Satchell Norman, C, Florida SouthWestern State
463. Astros: Joey Mancini, P, Boston College
464. Rays: Jake Christianson, P, Feather River College
465. Dodgers: Nicolas Perez, SS, B You Academy (PR)
466. Giants: Tanner O'Tremba, OF, Arizona

16th round

467. Orioles: Graham Firoved, P, Virginia Tech         
468. Diamondbacks: David Martin, C, Cal Baptist
469. Rangers: Nick Bautista III, P, Cypress College
470. Pirates: Nick Cimillo, C, Rutgers
471. Nationals: Everett Cooper III, SS, Pro5 Baseball Academy (NC)
472. Marlins: Brett Roberts, SS, Florida State
473. Cubs: JP Wheat, P, Next Level Academy (AL)
474. Twins: Jankel Ortiz, SS, Academia Presbiteriana HS (PR)
475. Royals: Cooper McKeehan, P, BYU
476. Rockies: Austin Becker, P, Texas Tech
477. Tigers: Quinn Gudaitis, P, Illinois Springfield       
478. Angels: Casey Dana, OF, UConn
479. Mets: Jimmy Loper, P, Duke
480. Padres: Henry Martinez, P, Miami Christian (FL)
481. Guardians: Logun Clark, C, Taft HS (CA)
482. Phillies: Josh Bortka, P, Central Missouri
483. Reds: Trey Braithwaite, P, West Virginia
484. Athletics: Blaze Pontes, P, Hawaii 
485. Braves: E.J. Exposito, SS, Long Island
486. Mariners: Jacob McNairy, P, Alabama          
487. Cardinals: Hunter Hayes, P, Pacific
488. Blue Jays: Kale Davis, P, Oklahoma State
489. Red Sox: Garrett Ramsey, P, Southern Miss
490. Yankees: Shane Gray, P, Evansville
491. White Sox: Tristan Stivors, P, Texas State
492. Brewers: Ethan Lege, 3B, Delgado College
493. Astros: Tim Borden II, SS, Georgia Tech
494. Rays: Karmen James, SS, Mississippi State
495. Dodgers: Jared Karros, P, UCLA
496. Giants: Andrew Kachel, 2B, Fresno State

17th round

497. Orioles: Carter Young, SS, Vanderbilt         
498. Diamondbacks: Logan Clayton, P, Houston
499. Rangers: Carson Dorsey, P, Gulf Coast CC
500. Pirates: Jaycob Deese, P, Houston
501. Nationals: Blake Klassen, 1B, UC Santa Barbara
502. Marlins: Even Chrest, P, Wharton HS (FL)
503. Cubs: Andy Garriola, OF, Old Dominion
504. Twins: Alec Sayre, OF, Wright State
505. Royals: Chazz Martinez, P, Oklahoma
506. Rockies: Tyler Hoffman, P, Tulane
507. Tigers: Cole Patten, P, Villanova         
508. Angels: Sammy Natera Jr., P, New Mexico State
509. Mets: Connor Brandon, P, Toledo
510. Padres: Hugh Pinkney, C, Silverthorn Collegiate (ON)
511. Guardians: Angel Zarate, OF, North Carolina
512. Phillies: Daniel Harper, P, Kentucky
513. Reds: Easton Sikorski, P, Western Michigan
514. Athletics: Jake Garland, P, Miami
515. Braves: Kevin Kilpatrick, OF, Central Florida
516. Mariners: Stefan Raeth, P, Washington
517. Cardinals: Brody Moore, SS, Auburn      
518. Blue Jays: Ryan Chasse, P, Campbell
519. Red Sox: Deundre Jones, OF, Louthern South Academy (TX) 
520. Yankees: Hayden Merda, P, Azusa Pacific 
521. White Sox: Nick Altermatt, P, Minnesota State-Mankato
522. Brewers: Brady Neal, C, IMG Academy (FL)
523. Astros: Garrrett McGowan, 1B, Pittsburg State
524. Rays: Levi Huesman, P, Hanover HS (VA)
525. Dodgers: Payton Martin, P, West Forsyth HS (NC)
526. Giants: Justin Bench, SS, Ole Miss

18th round

527. Orioles: Andrew Walters, P, Miami        
528. Diamondbacks: Aiva Arquette, SS, Saint Louis School (HI)
529. Rangers: Justin Sanchez, P, Msgr McClancy Memorial HS (NY)
530. Pirates: Elijah Birdsong, P, Pacific
531. Nationals: Brad Lord, P, South Florida
532. Marlins: Spencer Bramwell, C, Colorado Mesa
533. Cubs: Garrett Brown, P, Georgia
534. Twins: Zachary Veen, P, Point Loma Nazarene
535. Royals: Milo Rushford, OF, Sahuarita HS (AZ)
536. Rockies: Javier Ramos, P, Oklahoma         
537. Tigers: Chris Williams Jr., OF, William Carey
538. Angels: Max Gieg, P, Boston College
539. Mets: Chris Santiago, P, St. Mary's
540. Padres: Romeo Sanabria, C, Indian River State College
541. Guardians: Zach Jacobs, P, UC Riverside
542. Phillies: Braylen Wimmer, 2B, South Carolina
543. Reds: Mason Neville, OF, Basic HS (NV)
544. Athletics: Vince Reilly, P, Grand Canyon
545. Braves: Noah Williams, OF, Redondo Union HS (CA)
546. Mariners: Brandon Schaefer, P, North Carolina
547. Cardinals: John Lynch, P, Xavier    
548. Blue Jays: Jeremy Pilon, P, Ecole Secondaire (QB)
549. Red Sox: Austin Ehrlicher, P, Santa Rosa JC
550. Yankees: Sebastian Keane, P, Northeastern
551. White Sox: Bryce Willits, 3B, UC Santa Barbara
552. Brewers: Jurrangelo Cjintje, P, Champagnat Catholic (FL)   
553. Astros: Isaiah Jackson, OF, Cienega HS (AZ)
554. Rays: Duncan Davitt, P, Iowa
555. Dodgers: Cameron Decker, SS, Evansville North HS (IN)
556. Giants: Tanner Thach, 1B, Perquimans HS (NC)

19th round

557. Orioles: Alden Mathes, OF, Richmond      
558. Diamondbacks: Gavin Turley, OF, Hamilton HS (AZ)
559. Rangers: Grayson Saunier, P, Collierville HS (TN)
560. Pirates: Yoel Tejeda, P, North Broward Prep HS (FL)
561. Nationals: Johnathon Thomas, OF, Texas Southern
562. Marlins: Carmine Lane, C, South Florida
563. Cubs: Brock Blatter, P, Billings Central Catholic HS (MT)
564. Twins: Garrett McMillan, P, Alabama       
565. Royals: Tommy Szczepanski, P, Garber HS (MI)
566. Rockies: Skyler Messinger, 3B, Texas
567. Tigers: Albert Olivia, P, New Mexico Military Institute
568. Angels: Luke Franzoni, OF, Xavier
569. Mets: Jackson Lovich, SS, Blue Valley West HS (KS)
570. Padres: Spence Coffman, SS, Tishomingo Co HS (MS)
571. Guardians: Geo Rivera Jr., P, Walters State CC
572. Phillies: Drew Garrett, P, Missouri
573. Reds: Tyler Chadwick, P, Iowa Western CC      
574. Athletics: Tommy Stevenson, 1B, Missouri Southern St.
575. Braves: Christian Jackson, OF, Dutchtown HS (GA)
576. Mariners: Curtis Washington Jr., OF, Purdue
577. Cardinals: Chris Rotondo, OF, Villanova 
578. Blue Jays: Gage Stanifer, P, Westfield HS (IN)
579. Red Sox: Jaret Godman, P, Oklahoma
580. Yankees: Beau Brewer, 3B, Paris JC
581. White Sox: Drake Logan, 3B, Shelton State CC    
582. Brewers: Jaden Noot, P, Sierra Canyon School (CA)
583. Astros: John Garcia, C, Grambling State
584. Rays: Quinn Matthews, P, Stanford
585. Dodgers: Chris Alleyne, OF, Maryland
586. Giants: Cade Perkins, P, Manhattan HS (KS)

20th round

587. Orioles: Reese Sharp, P, Indiana      
588. Diamondbacks: Riley Kelly, P, Tustin HS (CA)
589. Rangers: Matt Scott, P, Joel Barlow HS (CT) 
590. Pirates: Joshua Loeschorn, P, Long Island 
591. Nationals: JeanPierre Ortiz, SS, IMG Academy (FL)
592. Marlins: Jack Gowen, P, Georgia
593. Cubs: Ke'Shun Collier, OF, Meridian CC
594. Twins: Korbyn Dickerson, OF, Trinity HS (KY) 
595. Royals: Austin Charles, two-way player, Stockdale HS (CA)
596. Rockies: Carlos Torres, P, Lehigh
597. Tigers: Drew Conover, P, Seton Hall      
598. Angels: Brendan Tinsman, C, Wake Forest 
599. Mets: Eli Ankeney, P, Grand Canyon
600. Padres: Andrew Vail, P, Rowan
601. Guardians: Shawn Rapp, P, North Carolina
602. Phillies: Nathan Karaffa, P, Ohio State
603. Reds: Joseph Menefee, P, Texas A&M 
604. Athletics: Derek True, P, Cal Poly 
605. Braves: Keshawn Ogans, SS, California
606. Mariners: Nick Zona, 2B, James Madison 
607. Cardinals: Gavin Van Kempen, P, Maple Hill HS (NY)
608. Blue Jays: Gregory Pace Jr., OF, Detroit Edison Academy (MI)       
609. Red Sox: Connor Butler, P, Biola University
610. Yankees: Trevor Kirk, P, Elon
611. White Sox: Ethan Hammerberg, P, Ohio State
612. Brewers: Noah Hall, P, South Carolina
613. Astros: Ryan Wrobleski, C, Dallas Baptist 
614. Rays: Matt Wyatt, P, Virginia
615. Dodgers: Carter McCulley, SS, Pensacola Catholic HS (FL)
616. Giants: Ethan Long, 1B, Arizona State