Even though most of the 600 or so players that will be drafted today during rounds 31-50 will never make it to the majors, that doesn't mean that a few late-round gems don't exist.
Just ask Mike Piazza (62nd round, 1998), a catcher out of Miami Dade College who only went on to hit .308 over his career with 427 home runs and 1,335 RBI.
The third day of the MLB draft is all about trying to find these high-upside players and grooming them into major league stars.
So who will it be this year?
Stay tuned for updates on the most interesting selections and a preview of what to expect once that final name is called.