After taking college players with four of the 1st five picks, the Giants continued the trend by taking four more college players between rounds 6-10. In all, they've potentially added five college bats to their farm system.
Round 6, pick 178: Skyler Ewing, 1B (Rice University): Power remained the theme for the Giants. Three rounds after taking power-hitting corner outfielder Dylan Davis out of Oregon State, the Giants took Ewing (video above), who had nine homers and 16 doubles in 61 games for Rice in 2014. The 21-year-old first baseman has also done some catching, which could prompt the Giants to at least give him a look at the position.
Round 7, pick 208: Seth Harrison, CF (University of Louisiana-Lafayette): The ability to play center field, hit for power (nine homers, 15 doubles, six triples in 2014) and steal bases (15 stolen bases in 2014) makes Harrison an intriguing prospect as a seventh rounder.
Round 8, pick 238: Austin Slater, CF (Stanford University): The 21-year-old hit .350 with two homers, 17 doubles, six triples and six stolen bases in 57 games as the regular center fielder for Cardinals. He was listed as the 139th best player on Baseball America's draft rankings.
Round 9, pick 268: Stetson Woods, SP (Liberty HS, California): The 6'8" right-hander, who has committed to Fresno State, already throws in the low 90's.
Round 10, pick 298: Mathew Gage, SP (Siena College, NY): He didn't dominate at the collegiate level (3.99 ERA in 248 career innings), but the 6'4 " lefty struck out 212 batters and allowed only four homers over that span.