Brett Brocoff, a right-handed pitcher from Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas, was taken in with the No. 830 overall pick by the Atlanta Braves. On the heels of drafting University of Tennessee slugger Nick Senzel in 2016, all signs pointed to the Reds selecting Hunter Greene, the two-way star out of Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California.
Next, the Orioles go back-to-back on Hall as they selected shortstop Adam Hall from London, Ontario, at No. 60 in the second-round.
Brown played at Benicia High School, where he helped lead his team to Solano County Athletic League crowns in 2013 and 2014, going 10-1 with a 0.60 ERA his senior year. He was rated as the 16th best prospect on the board by Baseball America, the 14th overall prospect by MLB.com, and the 8th-best prospect in this year's draft by ESPN's Keith Law.
Grayson shortstop Oscar Serratos was among the higher-rated high school players from Georgia ranked by a number of draft projections that ranged from as high as the second round to as low as No. 313 - the second to last pick in the 10th round.
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Hall went 5-2 with a 1.24 ERA in 2017 with the Wildcats, allowing just eight earned runs in 45.1 innings. His 97 strikeouts in 87.1 IP gave him a strikeout rate of 1.1 strikeouts per inning. The 2016 season saw Giarratano win the 2016 WCC Defensive Player of the Year. So if a team signs their 11th rounder for $150,000, the extra $25,000 counts against their draft pool. He stayed in San Francisco to continue his career at USF, where he has the most at-bats out of any player in program history.