2013 MLB Draft: best prospects still available

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Baseball America has the best available prospects after the first two rounds of the draft right here.

25. Jon Denney, c, Yukon (Okla.) HS
34. Connor Jones, rhp, Great Bridge HS, Chesapeake, Va.
35. Kyle Serrano, rhp, Farragut (Tenn.) HS
37. Bobby Wahl, rhp, Mississippi
42. Cord Sandberg, of, Manatee HS, Bradenton, Fla.
48. Rowdy Tellez, 1b, Elk Grove (Calif.) HS
49. Trey Masek RHP 4YR Texas Tech
50. Andrew Mitchell RHP 4YR Texas Christian
58. Ryan Boldt OF HS Red Wing (Minn.) HS
61. Kent Emanuel LHP 4YR North Carolina

Baseball America lists several others, but those are the top 10 Baseball America draft prospects remaining on day 2.

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    Serrano has a big time arm from what I read

    Mayo on Serrano

    Scouting Grades* (present/future): Fastball: 5/6 | Slider: 4/6 | Changeup: 4/5 | Control: 4/5 | Overall: 4/5

    Farragut High School in Tennessee has had its fair share of talent come through its ranks, from 2004 first-rounder Kyle Waldrop to 2011 sixth-rounder Nick Delmonico. Now it’s Serrano’s turn.

    Serrano has the chance to have three Major League average or better offerings from a strong and athletic pitcher’s frame. His fastball will sit in the 91-92 mph range, with good movement, and he can reach back for a little extra. His sharp slider has the chance to be a strikeout pitch in the future, and he keeps his changeup down in the zone with good arm speed and deception.

    Serrano has good mound presence and has a good idea of what he’s doing on the mound. That’s not a huge surprise considering that if he doesn’t go pro, he’s headed to the University of Tennessee to play for his father, Dave Serrano.

    Wouldn’t surprise me if the Cubs draft him to start round 3 and hope they can get him signed.

    EDIT: I found a bad # the slot bonus for the Cubs 2nd round pick is 1.39.. I fully expect him to sign for under 800k…

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