Coming into the 2010 MLB Draft, the Los Angeles Angels certainly had to be confident in their strategy. Following a year where they snagged a guy named Mike Trout, things were on the up and up in Anaheim, so you can't blame the organization for puffing its chest a bit.
Man, what a difference a year really does make.
The 2010 class was one of the more confusing for the team, landing highly rated Kaleb Cowart as their first pick, only to follow with risky moves and shades of nepotism (see Steve Bedrosian and son) for the remaining rounds.
Of the 54 picks that the Angels took in 2010, only 14 remain in the system—so if you are looking for an update on Hampton Tingor, Vinnie St. John or Justin Poovey, I am sorry to disappoint you.
Here is a look at the current whereabouts of the remaining 2010 Los Angeles Angels' draft picks.
Note: Scouting Report and Stats were courtesy of MiLB.com. unless otherwise noted.