Just for posterity's sake, here's how I would have drafted the first 3 rounds:
Round 1 #8 -- Shelby Miller, rhp Brownwood HS
Supplemental Round 1 #43 -- Jason Kipnis, of ASU
Round 2 #57 -- David Holmberg, lhp Port Charlotte HS
Round 3 #88 -- Josh Spence, lhp ASU
The more I think about it, the more I like the Mike Leake pick. Still, I would have gone with Shelby Miller because of his upside, pure stuff, and clean mechanics. If everything breaks right for Miller, he should have more upside than Leake. Obviously, Miller also comes with significantly more risk than Leake, as he requires much more development time.
In the supplemental round, I would have rolled the dice on Jason Kipnis. I like his disciplined approach at the plate and his solid hitting skills. On the season, he is hitting a robust .382/.495/.724. There are questions on where he fits positionally, but I like the offensive game.
In the second and third rounds, I would have addressed the lack of southpaws in the system by grabbing two quality lefties. Holmberg is a smooth high school lefty with intriguing upside, while Spence is a polished, crafty lefty who excels without good velocity. Still, he manages to get the job done.
Anyway, that's the way I would gone, which speaks to why I'm not drafting for a professional baseball team.