It's easy to call the Rays winners with 10 of the top 60 picks, but to their credit they made some pretty great picks and more than made up for an offseason in which they lost several of their best players.
Guerrieri is the superstar of the draft and is one of the best prep arms in the draft, with a fastball that dials up to 97 mph and a plus curveball. He'll be a tough sign, but on talent alone this is a frontline starter.
Mahtook is another player who fell largely because of signability concerns. He has all the tools you look for in a centerfielder and should be roaming Tropicana Field within two or three years.
In the supplemental round the Rays loaded up on prep players with terrific upside, so even if some of them end up as busts the odds are that at least one will end up in the majors. It's unlikely Tampa Bay will sign everyone here, but Guerrieri and Mahtook alone could make this a terrific draft class.
Taylor Guerrieri, RHP, Spring Valley HS, Columbia, SC: 24 (10)
Mikie Mahtook, OF, LSU: 31 (21)
Jake Hager, SS, Sierra Vista HS, Las Vegas, NV: 32 (122)
Brandon Martin, SS, Santiago HS, Corona, CA: 38 (65)
Tyler Goeddel, 3B, St. Francis HS, Mountain View, CA: 41 (89)
Jeff Ames, RHP, Lower Columbia (WA) JC: 42 (119)
Blake Snell, LHP, Shorewood HS, Shoreline, WA: 52 (184)
Kes Carter, OF, Western Kentucky: 56 (51)
Grayson Garvin, LHP, Vanderbilt: 59 (56)
James Harris, OF, Oakland Technical HS, Oakland, CA: 60 (NA)