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26.815: Mark McCoy, LHP, Barnegat HS (NJ)
27.845: Tyler Duffie, RHP, TCU
28.875: Martin Viramontes, RHP, USC - A five-year college pitcher, the 6'5", 225-pound Viramontes doesn't possess any eye-opening tool. He knows how to strike guys out but by that same token also struggles with walks. Tough to distinguish how the Brewers plan to move him through the system.
29.905: Bryan Saucedo, 1B, Malvern Collegiate Institute -
30.935: Jonathan Armold, RHP, Flagler College (Fl.)
31.965: Brent Suter, LHP, Harvard - A power-type frame at 6'4", 200 pounds, Suter was used as a starter in college, and he performed well. He's shown to command his pitches and that he has the stuff to strikeout a few batters. However, he leaves the ball over the plate too much and consequently gives up the long ball on a far too often basis.
32.995: Nick Anderson, RHP, Mayville State University
33.325: Austin Hall, RHP, Brigham Young - It's interesting that he's listed as a pitcher, as he's logged just one innings of college ball during his stay at BYU while performing pretty well as a left-side infielder. His best tool right now is clearly his speed.
34.1055: Tommy Burns, RHP, Don Bosco Prep HS (NJ)
35.1085: Jose Sermo, SS, Bethany College (Ks.)
36.1145: Taylor Smith-Brennan, SS, Edmonds CC (Wa.)
37.1115: Alex Mangano, C, Southwest Miami HS, (Fl.)
38.1175: Christopher Shaw, C, Holy Trinity Academy - Another round, another catcher for the Brewers. Shaw has an average arm from behind the plate and has a pretty good bat to complement it. Extremely quick hands and a nice level swing at the plate to all fields.
39.1205: Derek Jones, CF, St. Marguerite D'Youville SS
40.1235: Carlos Vazquez, C, American Senior HS (Fl.)
Thank you to everyone who stuck with us throughout this year's draft. Stay tuned for more scouting reports and updated top-25 prospect rankings in the coming months.