Draft Picks from 2013 College World Series Teams

June 16, 2013
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Fans attending the 2013 College orld Series and those watching on TV will have the chance to keep tabs in nearly 50 total players who were selected in the recent 2013 Major League draft. front-page photo (also at left) of Colin Moran courtesy of North Carolina

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Here’s an assortment of notes about drafted players in Omaha this week … also see lists below, sorted in three categories: highest-drafted players from 2013 CWS teams (top-10 rounds); 2013 draft picks sorted by CWS team; and those picks sorted by MLB franchise.

• A total of 48 drafted players are on the eight 2013 CWS rosters, led by nine from LSU and seven each from four teams (Louisville, Mississippi State, Oregon State and UCLA), plus six form North Carolina, three from Indiana and two off  the NC State roster.

• Exactly half of the drafted players in Omaha this week (24) were selected in the first nine rounds, led by 10 from rounds 1-5.

• The Detroit Tigers have the most draft picks (5) from teams in the 2013 College World Series, followed by four draft picks each for the Houston Astros, Minnesota Twins & Toronto Blue Jays. Three other teams – the Miami Marlins Pittsburgh Pirates & Seattle Mariners – each drafted three players from 2013 CWS teams.

• Nine MLB teams did not draft any players fromt the 2013 CWS teams: Atlanta, Arizona, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago Cubs, Los Angles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets and Oakland As.

• All three of Indiana’s draft picks were Minnesota Twins selections: RHP Aaron Slegers (5th round), 3B Dustin DeMuth (8th) and RHP Ryan Halstead (26th) … and all three are roommates.

• The Detroit Tigers drafted to Louisville players – RHPs Jeff Thompson (3rd round) and Chad Green (11th round) – along with two from LSU: RHP Will LaMarche (9th round) & LF Raph Rhymes (15th).

• The Houston Astros drafted UNC ace LHP Kent Emanuel (3rd round) along with his catcher, Brian Holberton (9th).

• Other teammates from 2013 CWS teams drafted by the same MLB clubs include: Mississippi State RHP Kendall Graveman (8th round) and LHP Chad Girodo (9th) by Toronto … LSU 2B JaCoby Jones (3rd round; drafted as OF) and 3B Christian Ibarra (32nd) by Pittsburgh … Oregon State CF Tyler Smith (8th round) and RHP Scott Schultz (17th) by Seattle … and a pair of Philadelpia Phillies picks from Oregon State: LHP Ben Wetzler (5th round) & RHP Dan Child (18th).

• Several players on 2013 CWS teams have a solid shot to be 2014 first-round draft picks, including the likes of NC State LHP Carlos Rodon, Indiana catcher Kyle Schwarber, Oregon State LF Michael Conforto, LSU ace RHP Aaron Nola, NC State speedy shortstop Trae Turner, and Louisville fireballing closer Nick Burdi.

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HIGHEST-DRAFTED PLAYERS in the 2013 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES  (2013 draft)

First Round
North Carolina 3B Colin Moran (Florida Marlins)
Mississippi State OF Hunter Renfroe (San Diego Padres) 

Second Round
LSU RHP Ryan Eades (Minnesota Twins)

Third Round  
North Carolina LHP Kent Emanuel (Houston Astros)
LSU 2B JaCoby Jones (Pittsburgh Pirates), drafted as OF
Louisville RHP Dace Kime – 3rd round (Cleveland Indians)
Louisville RHP Jeff Thompson – 3rd round (Detroit Tigers) 

Fourth Round
LSU 1B Mason Katz – 4th round (St. Louis Cardinals), drafted as 2B

Fifth Round
Oregon State LHP Ben Wetzler – 5th round (Philadelphia Phillies)
Indiana RHP Aaron Slegers – 5th round (Minnesota Twins)

Sixth Round
Oregon State LHP Matt Boyd – 6th round (Toronto Blue Jays)
UCLA RHP Nick Vander Tuig – 6th round (San Francisco Giants)
UCLA RHP Zack Weiss – 6th round (Cincinnati Reds)
Mississippi State SS Adam Frazier – 6th round (Pittsburgh Pirates)

Seventh Round
LSU RHP Nick Rumbelow – 7th round (New York Yankees)
Louisville 3B Ty Young – 7th round (Tampa Bay Rays)

Eighth Round 
North Carolina 1B Cody Stubbs – 8th round (Kansas City Royals)
Oregon State CF Tyler Smith – 8th round (Seattle Mariners)
Mississippi State RHP Kendall Graveman – 8th round (Toronto Blue Jays)
Indiana 3B Dustin DeMuth – 8th round (Minnesota Twins)

Ninth Round
North Carolina C/OF Brian Holberton – 9th round (Houston Astros)
LSU RHP Will LaMarche – 9th round (Detroit Tigers)
UCLA SS Pat Valaika – 9th round (Colorado Rockies)
Mississippi State LHP Chad Girodo – 9th round (Tortonto Blue Jays)

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2013 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TEAMS – 2013 Draft Picks

LSU (9)
RHP Ryan Eades – 2nd round (Minnesota Twins)
2B JaCoby Jones – 3rd round (Pittsburgh Pirates), drafted as OF
1B Mason Katz – 4th round (St. Louis Cardinals), drafted as 2B
RHP Nick Rumbelow – 7th round (New York Yankees)
RHP Will LaMarche – 9th round (Detroit Tigers)
C Ty Ross – 12th round (San Francisco Giants)
LH closer Chris Cotton – 14th round (Houston Astros)
LF Raph Rhymes – 15th round (Detroit Tigers)
3B Christian Ibarra – 32nd round (Pittsburgh Pirates)

Louisville (7)
RHP Dace Kime – 3rd round (Cleveland Indians)
RHP Jeff Thompson – 3rd round (Detroit Tigers)
3B Ty Young – 7th round (Tampa Bay Rays)
LF CoCo Johnson – 11th round (Miami Marlins)
RHP Chad Green – 11th round  (Detroit Tigers)
LHP Cody Ege – 15th round (Texas Rangers)
OF Adam Engle – 19th round (Chicago White Sox)

Mississippi State (7)
OF Hunter Renfroe – 1st round (San Padres)
SS Adam Frazier – 6th round (Pittsburgh Pirates)
RHP Kendall Graveman – 8th round (Toronto Blue Jays)
LHP Chad Girodo – 9th round (Tortonto Blue Jays)
RHP Evan Mitchell – 13th round (Cincinnati Reds)
IF/RHP Daryl Norris – 22nd round (Detroit Tigers)
LHP/OF Luis Pollorena  – 23rd round (Texas Rangers)

Oregon State (7)
LHP Ben Wetzler – 5th round (Philadelphia Phillies)
LHP Matt Boyd – 6th round (Toronto Blue Jays)
CF Tyler Smith – 8th round (Seattle Mariners)
1B Danny Hayes – 13th round (Chicago White Sox)
RHP Scott Schultz – 17th round (Seattle Mariners)
RHP Dan Child – 18th round (Philadelphia Phillies)
C Jake Rodriguez – 19th round (Houston Astros)

UCLA (7)
RHP Nick Vander Tuig – 6th round (San Francisco Giants)
RHP Zack Weiss – 6th round (Cincinnati Reds)
SS Pat Valaika – 9th round (Colorado Rockies)
RHP Adam Plutko – 11th round (Cleveland Indians)
OF Brenton Allen – 20th round (Washington Nationals)
IF Kevin Williams – 29th round (Seattle Mariners)
RHP Ryan Deeter – 32nd round (Milwaukee Brewers)

North Carolina (6)
3B Colin Moran – 1st round (Florida Marlins)
LHP Kent Emanuel – 3rd round (Houston Astros)
1B Cody Stubbs – 8th round (Kansas City Royals)
C/OF Brian Holberton – 9th round (Houston Astros)
LHP Hobbs Johnson – 14th round (Milwaukee Brewers)
CF Chaz Frank – 20th round (Toronto Blue Jays) 

Indiana (3)
RHP Aaron Slegers – 5th round (Minnesota Twins)
3B Dustin DeMuth – 8th round (Minnesota Twins)
RHP Ryan Halstead – 26th round (Minnesota Twins) 

North Carolina State (2)
RHP John Easley – 23rd round (Miami Marlins)
RHP Anthony Tzamtzis – 32nd round (Tampa Bay Rays)

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2013 DRAFT PICKS from COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TEAMS – sorted by MLB team

Detroit Tigers (5)
RHP Jeff Thompson (Louisville) – 3rd round
RHP Will LaMarche (LSU) – 9th round
RHP Chad Green (Louisville) – 11th round
LF Raph Rhymes (LSU)– 15th round
IF/RHP Daryl Norris (Mississippi State) – 22nd round

Houston Astros (4)
LHP Kent Emanuel (UNC) – 3rd round
C/OF Brian Holberton (UNC) – 9th round
LH closer Chris Cotton (LSU) – 14th round
C Jake Rodriguez (Oregon State) – 19th round

Minnesota Twins (4)
RHP Ryan Eades (LSU) – 2nd round
RHP Aaron Slegers (Indiana) – 5th round
3B Dustin DeMuth (Indiana)– 8th round
RHP Ryan Halstead (Indiana) – 26th round

Toronto Blue Jays (4)
LHP Matt Boyd (Oregon State) – 6th round
RHP Kendall Graveman (Mississippi State) – 8th round
LHP Chad Girodo (Mississippi State) – 9th round
CF Chaz Frank (UNC) – 20th round

Miami Marlins (3)
3B Colin Moran (UNC) – 1st round
LF CoCo Johnson (Louisville) – 11th round
RHP John Easley (NC State) – 23rd round

Pittsburgh Pirates (3)
2B JaCoby Jones (LSU) – 3rd round (drafted as OF)
SS Adam Frazier (Mississippi State) – 6th round
3B Christian Ibarra (LSU) – 32nd round

Seattle Mariners (3)
CF Tyler Smith (Oregon State) – 8th round
RHP Scott Schultz (Oregon State) – 17th round
IF Kevin Williams (UCLA) – 29th round

Chicago White Sox (2)
1B Danny Hayes (Oregon State 13th round
OF Adam Engle (Louisville) – 19th round

Cincinnati Reds (2)
RHP Zack Weiss (UCLA) – 6th round
RHP Evan Mitchell (Mississippi State) – 13th round

Cleveland Indiana (2)
RHP Dace Kime (Louisville) – 3rd round
RHP Adam Plutko (UCLA) – 11th round

Milwaukee Brewers (2)
LHP Hobbs Johnson (UNC) – 14th round
RHP Ryan Deeter (UCLA) – 32nd round

Philadelphia Phillies (2)
LHP Ben Wetzler (Oregon State) – 5th round
RHP Dan Child (Oregon State) – 18th round

San Francisco Giants (2)
RHP Nick Vander Tuig (UCLA) – 6th round
C Ty Ross (LSU) – 12th round

Tampa Bay Rays (2)
3B Ty Young (Louisville) – 7th round
RHP Anthony Tzamtzis (NC State) – 32nd round

Texas Rangers (2)
LHP Cody Ege (Louisville) – 15th round
LHP/OF Luis Pollorena (Mississippi State)  – 23rd round

Colorado Rockies (1)
SS Pat Valaika (UCLA) – 9th round

Kansas City Royals (1)
1B Cody Stubbs (UNC) – 8th round

New York Yankees (1)
RHP Nick Rumbelow (LSU) – 7th round

San Diego Padres (1)
OF Hunter Renfroe (Mississippi State) – 1st round

St. Louis Cardinals (1)
1B Mason Katz (LSU) – 4th round (drafted as 2B)

Washington Nationals (1)
OF Brenton Allen (UCLA) – 20th round

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