2011 MLB Mock Draft 6.0: Picks 21-33, It's All Relative

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2011 MLB Mock Draft 6.0: Picks 21-33, It's All Relative

Thanks to all of you who have been keeping up with my piece-by-piece mock draft here at Bleacher Report, and a special thanks to those of you who clicked on these articles thinking they were NFL Mock Drafts and decided to keep reading.

I consider you converts to the MLB Draft.

You can find parts one and two, detailing picks 1-20 here and here, and be sure to stay tuned to my scouting reports, mock drafts and top-30 listings over at Pro Draft Central.

If you had to label each set of picks they would look something like this:

Picks 1-10 weeded out all of the elite talent available in this draft, at least those who are "known quantities" right now. Those players happen to include Anthony Rendon, Matt Purke, Gerrit Cole and George Springer.

Picks 11-20 were all about high-schoolers with huge upside, all of whom appear to be pretty safe bets.

The picks covered in this article, 21-33, are all about trying to distinguish between the talent that's left. That means lots of high-risk, high-reward guys and tons of off the board picks.

After all, no draft does "off the wall" and "high-risk, high-reward" quite like baseball's.

So, let's get into it.

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