Wednesday, June 8, 2011

2011 Draft: Final List of Reds Draft Picks

Well, here's the final tally for the Reds in the 2011 draft courtesy of Baseball America:

127Robert StephensonRHPAlhambra HS, Martinez, Calif.Calif.
284Gabriel RosaOFColegio Hector Urdaneta, Rio Grande, P.R.
3114Tony CingraniLHPRiceTexas
4145Kyle McMyneRHPVillanovaPa.
5175Ryan Wright2BLouisvilleKy.
6205Sean Buckley3BSt. Petersburg (Fla.) JCFla.
7235James AllenRHPKansas StateKan.
8265Jon MatthewsRHPSt. Petersburg (Fla.) JCFla.
9295Cole GreenRHPTexasTexas
10325Brooks PinckardRHPBaylorTexas
11355Vaughn CovingtonRHPKillarney SS, Vancouver, B.C.B.C.
12385Joe SerranoSSSalpointe HS, Tucson, Ariz.Ariz.
13415Nick FleeceRHPTexas A&MTexas
14445Leo KempRHPSt. Joseph'sPa.
15475Joseph DortonRHPLugoff-Elgin HS, Lugoff, S.C.S.C.
16505Conor CostelloOFSanta Fe HS, Edmond, Okla.Okla.
17535Morgan PhillipsSSDouglas Academy, New YorkNY
18565James MoranRHPSouth FloridaFla.
19595Chris JoyceLHPSanta Barbara (Calif.) CCCalif.
20625Dan JensenRHPCincinnatiOhio
21655Carlos GonzalezRHPCal State NorthridgeCalif.
22685Amir GarrettLHPHenderson (Nev.) International SchoolNev.
23715Salvatore RomanoRHPSouthington (Conn.) HSConn.
24745Nicholas O'Shea1BMinnesotaMinn.
25775Justice FrenchRHPMercerGa.
26805Juan Perez2BJC of the Canyons (Calif.)Calif.
27835Taylor Wrenn2BTampaFla.
28865Vordanys PerezOFCalabasas, Calif. (No school)Calif.
29895Dariel DelgadoRHPMiami (No school)Fla.
30925Josef Terry3BCal State FullertonCalif.
31955Erik MillerRHPTexas ChristianTexas
32985Mike DennhardtRHPBoston CollegeMass.
331015Steve SelskyOFArizonaAriz.
341045Bryson SmithOFFloridaFla.
351075Sammy Kimmell2BIndian River State (Fla.) JCFla.
361105Randy YardRHPHawaiiHawaii
371135Michael SuiterOFPunahou HS, HonoluluHawaii
381165Daniel BowmanOFCoastal CarolinaS.C.
391195Justin AmlungRHPLouisvilleKy.
401225Sam Travis3BProvidence Catholic HS, New Lenox, Ill.Ill.
411255Carson BaranikRHPParkway HS, Bossier City, La.La.
421285Jacob StallingsCNorth CarolinaN.C.
431315Ty Washington2BPlano (Texas) East HSTexas
441345Shon CarsonOFLake City (S.C.) HSS.C.
451375Travis RadkeLHPOaks Christian HS, Westlake, Calif.HS
461405Jose Brizuela3BArchbishop McCarthy HS, Southwest Ranches, Fla.Fla.
471435Kirby Pellant2BChandler Gilbert (Ariz.) CCAriz.
481465Jon WebbLHPSouth CarolinaS.C.
491495Eric AlessioRHPMaristN.Y.
501524Austin RobichauxRHPNotre Dame HS, Crowley, La.La.


  1. Pretty good draft in my opinion

    I don't really like our second round pick, however and i wasn't very happy with our 6th round pick either. I assumed buckley overdrafted him because it was his son. however, after looking at him more closely i have come around to the pick.

    I really like mcmyne, and wright is a chris valaika type player which has value.

    who were your fav and least fav picks lark?

  2. Smitty,

    I'll have to take a deeper look at our picks, but Stephenson is the easy choice for favorite. You don't often land a potential #1 with the 27th overall pick. He's a real nice get for the Reds.


  3. Amir was an amazing pick! this guy has top of the rotation potential and they need to sign him. He is tall(6-6) and throws hard consistently between 90-94 and tops out around 96. Has a good curve with potential, and his change potentially can be plus. He is very athletic, being a two sport star (basketball)

    Ive heard he isn't quite as polished as Stephenson, mostly because his school doesnt have a baseball program. However he has impressed in his private workouts.

  4. ive also heard good things from the reds following pick as well, romano. He has good size, and good stuff. Could be a good sleeper.

  5. Vottofan,

    Just rolled my Amir thoughts into a post. Thanks for the comment!