From the MLB DraftTracker:
|31||Johnson, Michael (SIGNED)||Samford U||SS||L/R||5’09″||175||1988-10-28||SR|
|32||Tanner, Brent (SIGNED)||U South Alabama||C||L/R||6’02″||225||1987-10-01||5S|
|33||Mosier, Bryce (SIGNED)||Valhalla HS (CA)||C||R/R||6’02″||200||1993-05-21||HS|
|Baseball America: Bryce Mosier, a physical catcher with a slightly above-average arm and solid receiving skills. Mosier impressed scouts at the Jesse Flores Memorial All-Star Game in November, earning MVP honors with a two-run triple. He has some feel for the barrel and power potential, and he could sneak into the back of the top 10 rounds.
BaseballBeginnings: Bryce Mosier (Valhalla HS) should be a very good college catcher at the next level. He will throw and catch enough and showed some pop during BP. He’s not a physically imposing catcher and won’t be a basher, but he’s going to some value for the next few years.
PerfectGame.org: Bryce Mosier is a 2011 C/3B with a 6-2 185 lb. frame from El Cajon, CA who attends Valhalla HS. Tall well proportioned build, good present strength. Tall balanced hitting stance, good balance, shows nice bat speed, ball comes off the barrel hard, solid gap power, hits under control, polished hitter who should keep improving. Good raw arm strength behind the plate, 1.93 best pop, compact release, straight back receiver, still developing footwork/quickness.
|34||Freese, Dakota||Washington HS (IA)||RHP||R/R||6’04″||187||1992-05-09||HS||Youtube|
|John Sickels: Tall and projectable, loose, 6-4, 190, with a Lincecum-style delivery. Quality of stuff is gradually improving, fastball getting into the 90s now. Very little national buzz about him, but I track the Iowa guys pretty closely and he looks interesting to me.|
|35||Dvorsky, Joe (SIGNED)||Texas St U||RHP||R/R||6’02″||200||1988-09-19||SR|
|36||Winiarski, Cody (SIGNED)||Virginia||RHP||R/R||6’03″||190||1989-08-27||SR||Youtube|
|37||Kibby, Todd (SIGNED)
||St Petersburg JC||LHP||L/L||6’04″||240||1991-08-31||J2|
|38||Linza, Keegan (SIGNED)||Liberty U||RHP||R/R||6’06″||230||1988-11-10||SR|
|39||Reynoso, Javier||Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS (FL)||LHP||S/L||5’11″||182||1992-10-31||HS||Youtube|
|PerfectGame.org: Javier Reynoso is a 2011 LHP/1B, OF with a 6-0 190 lb. frame from Odessa, FL who attends Brooks-Debartolo Collegiate. Medium athletic build. Long arm action, works downhill with extended 3/4 release. Raw stuff was impressive but his command was not as we have seen it in the past. Big sweeping 2/8 curveball, mixed in changeup. Showed well at the plate from both sides. Combination of hitting tools and arm strength suggest he will could be a successful two-way player if he goes to college, has pro potential as either a LHP or OF. Excellent student, committed to Coastal Carolina.|
|40||Reed, Jacob||Helix HS (CA)||RHP||R/R||6’02″||180||1992-09-29||HS|
|41||Shepherd, James||Lawrence County HS (KY)||RHP||R/R||6’03″||185||1992-08-25||HS|
|42||Pangilinan, Aaron||Escalon HS (CA)||RHP||R/R||6’00″||215||1993-04-21||HS|
|43||Effertz, Joel||Milwaukee Area Technical College||RHP||R/R||6’03″||240||1990-09-27||J2|
|Baseball America: Joel Effertz was the state’s No. 2-ranked prospect as a Ladysmith High senior in 2009, when the Dodgers drafted him in the 37th round. He spent a redshirt year at Arizona before transferring back home to Madison JC. He struck out 18 in a regional championship game against Kankakee (Ill.) CC, putting the Wolfpack in the Division II Junior College World Series. A 6-foot-3, 235-pound righthander, Effertz had his fastball velocity fluctuate this spring but sat at 91-92 mph at his best. He locates his fastball and improved his curveball, but he’ll need to watch his weight.|
|44||Pistorese, Joseph||Flathead HS (MT)||LHP||L/L||6’01″||165||1992-10-15||HS|
|45||Farris, Cory (SIGNED)||Cumberland University||OF||L/R||6’00″||190||1989-12-29||JR|
|46||Mancuso, Michael||Brecksville Broadview Heights HS (OH)||RHP||R/R||6’06″||240||1993-04-26||HS|
|47||Llera, Roberto||Hialeah Senior HS (FL)||C||R/R||6’00″||205||1993-08-03||HS|
|48||Rush, Dontrell||Harlan HS (IL)||CF||R/R||5’11″||155||1992-12-11||HS|
|IL BB Report: Comments: Rush is the epitome of a quick-twitch athlete. Everything he does is fast. He possesses a lightning-quick arm on the mound, where his fastball’s velocity has climbed as high as 92 mph. His arm strength also plays in the outfield, along with his 6.7 60 speed and overall athleticism. Offensively, Rush is somewhat raw, but he very well may have the best bat speed in the class. Rush has the potential to be a standout on the mound or as a position player.|
|49||Regier, Zach||Gilbert HS (AZ)||OF||L/R||6’00″||175||1992-08-15||HS|
|50||Graham, Jack||Seneca Valley HS (PA)||2B||R/R||5’10″||178||1992-09-10||HS||Youtube
My count shows 12 of the 20 Day 3 picks are High School-ers. Big differennce from yesterday’s draft picks.
UPDATE: Players whose names are bold have been signed.