Less than three months remain until the 2012 MLB draft, and there's no denying that draft season is heating up.
We've already seen several moves that will have a massive impact on the first round.
First and foremost is the season-ending injury to projected top pick Lucas Giolito. The right-hander, who has drawn comparisons to 2010 No. 2 overall pick Jameson Taillon, suffered a sprained UCL and it's doubtful we'll see him pitch again for Harvard-Westlake High.
Joining Giolito on the shelf is the top hitter from the college ranks, Victor Roache. The Georgia Southern slugger broke his wrist early on and he too will likely miss the remainder of the season.
The injuries to Giolito and Roache leave gaping holes in the first round, and especially in the top 10. They also open up the door for many others, like Stanford ace Brett Mooneyham, to break into the race.
Without further ado, let's check out an updated look at the first round.