In the 24th Round, the Philadelphia Phillies select:
Jose Ulloa, RHP, ASA College Miami JC J2
There is Dallas Baptist. Still waiting on Long Island.
In the 25th Round, the Philadelphia Phillies select:
RHP Jamie Sara, THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY, Jr.
I think Ben Pelletier's younger brother went about 5 picks before the Phillies pick in the 25th round
In the 26th Round, the Philadelphia Phillies select:
Hunter Hearn, 1B, Sam Houston State (TX) Sr.
BA #88 Ranked Prospect in Texas
Pat Combs' son just went to the Marlins.
In the 27th Round the Philadelphia Phillies select:
Tyler Adams, LHP, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Jr.
Only 4 HS guys among our 26 picks, More JUCOs than normal
In the 28th Round, the Philadelphia Phillies select:
Carlos Francisco, RHP, Hillsborough CC, J1
So , generally speaking, guys that are able to progress through the system more rapidly then HS players?
Or will cost less to sign than HS players. No rhyme or reason for JC really other than talent per dollar.
In the 29th Round, the Philadelphia Phillies select
Micah Yonamine, C, Iolani HS (HI)
There you go, a HS signee, and a catcher. He's committed to Illinois State, per Perfect Game.
The next Chace Numata?
In the 30th Round, the Philadelphia Phillies select
RHP Dylan Castaneda, Salisbury School (HS) (CT)
....isn't that Anthony Hewitt's old school??
In the non-baseball draft category, a kid named Dylan Cozens is projected to go in the top 10 this year. Not quite as big as our guy but he is a power forward.
In the 31st Round the Philadelphia Phillies select:
Shane Murphy, LHP, Hamilton HS (AZ)
Hi Squire, does anyone from 16 on down catch your attention as at least a possible contributing minor leaguer? Chris Cornelius? He had a huge power jump this year.
Squire wrote: "....isn't that Anthony Hewitt's old school??"
Yes it is. $60K+ per year (if you are boarding). Nice NE campus though.
Roy's boy Braden just taken by the Blue Jays.