Whenever a draft occurs, our first instinct is to critique it right then and there.
In reality, it takes at least three years before we can judge how a team's draft turns out, especially in baseball. A few eventually reach the majors, some toil in the minors and many eventually quit baseball and branch out into the real world.
Of the Marlins' 50 draft picks in 2010, 32 signed a contract with the organization. Of those 32, 13 are no longer in baseball (Aaron Senne, Kentrell Dewitt, Corey Goudeau, Dallas Poulk, Kenneth Toves, Jeremy Heatley, Gregg Glime, Mike Ojala, Todd Muecklisch, Zachary Robertson, Eddie Rodriguez, Forrest Moore and Jeremy Weber), while two are hanging on independent baseball (Alan Oaks with the Normal Cornbelters of the Frontier League; Chris Squires with the Traverse City Beach Bums of the Frontier League).
This means 17 are still in professional baseball, although a few are now playing for different organizations.
Without further ado, here are the who, what and where of the 17 remaining Marlins draft picks from the 2010 class.