Round 6, Pick 193: Steve Janas, RHP, Kennesaw State
The Braves continued to build depth in the pitching department, taking Janas from Kennesaw State. Janas underwent Tommy John surgery in 2012 and dominated the competition 10 months later in 2013.
For the year, Janas had a 1.14 ERA.
According to mlb.com, he pounds the strike zone, and also throws a changeup and slider.
He's just a junior, so there is a possibility he could return to school for his senior year.
Round 7, Pick 223: Ian Stiffler, RHP, Somerset HS (PA)
Stiffler commands three pitches according to mlb.com, a fastball, curveball and changeup.
He has signed with Virginia Commonwealth, where his brother is a coach.
Round 8, Pick 253: Kyle Wren, CF, Georgia Tech
The son of Braves general manager Frank Wren, Kyle has some speed to his game.
He has great speed and hitting instincts, making him a valuable player in the Braves future.
Wren does have the knack for getting caught stealing more than he should as he was thrown out trying to steal 13 of 41 times.
Still, he's got a lot of speed and great defense.
Round 9, Pick 283: Dylan Manwaring, 3B, Horseheads HS (NY)
Manwaring batted .464 this season with three home runs, five doubles, two triples and 23 RBI in 56 at-bats.
He pitched and played shortstop in high school, but he projects as a third baseman.
The one hangup is he has a letter of intent to Wake Forest. If the money isn't right, he could opt to forgo his big league career for another three years.
Round 10, Pick 313: Ian Hagenmiller, 3B, Palm Beach Central HS (FL)
The Braves continued to show their need to get depth at third base in the draft, selecting another high school third baseman.
Perfect Game USA had nothing but good things to say about the third baseman:
He has a power approach at the plate with big time power and the ball jumps off bat. Ian has strength in his swing and can flat out hit. As an infielder he has very good arm strength with clean fielding actions.
Hagenmiller has already said he plans on signing with the Braves and is ready to start his pro career.