The Minnesota Twins focused on college arms in the 2011 draft, using four of their top 10 picks on pitchers that had just completed their junior year. They also chose three high school players, including Pudge Rodriguez’s son Dereck.
The top pick, though, was Levi Michael, a hard-hitting shortstop who was considered MLB-ready out of the University of North Carolina. However, Michael has been plagued by injury and is in jeopardy of not making it to The Show at this point.
In this slideshow, Bleacher Report looks at where the top 10 prospects from 2011 are and which ones are likely to make it to the major leagues.