When it comes to draft talk, so much of the focus is on the top of the boards that it's easy to forget the best teams are able to find value beyond their first selection in order to build their roster.
The 2014 Major League Baseball draft class has been all over the map, but it's proven to be a deep group with plenty of high-ceiling talent to be found late in the first round and on Day 2.
Not surprisingly, especially if you have followed things this spring, pitching is the overwhelming strength in this class, with position players fighting to break through the barriers. It's possible that the top four players taken will be arms, and deservedly so.
While there are players who tend to slide due to signability concerns, all we want to focus on is raw talent and how it translates to Major League Baseball. Here are the players who aren't going to be taken at the top of the draft but still have star potential.