The 2005 MLB Draft, perhaps the deepest and most talented draft pools of the current generation of players, has certainly not disappointed through five years, the milestone in which critical statements can be made about draft selections.
Yet, it wasn't all about success. Many picks were marred with injury and failure from the get-go, as there were maybe as many good picks as there were busts.
In this slide-show. I will describe the careers of each draft pick thus far in their careers, grade each selection, and provide you with the player the team would probably have drafted if they were given the knowledge of how the player performed up to this point.
Let us begin with number one pick Justin Upton.