Three high schoolers were taken with their first five picks, but the Dodgers finished day two by selecting five consecutive college players.
Round 6, pick 189: Stewart Brock, RP (Illinois State University): A third baseman/reliever in college, the 22-year-old was drafted as a pitcher. No word on whether the Dodgers think he can be a starter. In 11 appearances (one start) this season, he posted a 2.36 ERA with eight walks and 30 strikeouts in 26.2 innings pitched.
Round 7, pick 219: Trevor Oaks, SP (California Baptist University): Ranked No. 399 on Baseball America's draft board, Oaks is a competitor with a solid four-pitch arsenal. He won the PacWest and Pitcher and Newcomer of the Year awards in 2014.
Round 8, pick 249: Hunter Redman, C (Texas Tech University): Redman had mediocre hitting numbers overall at Texas Tech (.564 OPS, 0 HR in 42 games in 2014), but he hit .328 overall in Big 12 play. The 21-year-old also has the ability to become an above-average defender behind the plate.
Round 9, pick 279: Matt Campbell, RP (Clemson University): As Clemson's closer in 2014, Campbell dominated with an 0.84 ERA, 15 walks and 45 strikeouts in 32 innings pitched while allowing only 16 hits. If he stays in the bullpen, he could be on the fast track to the majors as was the case with Dodgers lefty Paco Rodriguez, who debuted in the majors the same season he was drafted in 2012.
Round 10, pick 309: Colin Hering, OF (Coastal Carolina, SC): Another player with underwhelming numbers at the plate (.547 OPS, HR in 55 games in 2014), Hering is a plus defender who may sign for well under slot, if at all, giving the Dodgers more breathing room to sign some of their higher draft picks.