Round 26: Chase Rezac, RHP, Southern Utah U. 6'2"/200, Junior.
Does it seem odd to anyone that the Reds draft so many guys from obscure colleges? So far: Trinity, Bakersfield, Palomar, Grayson County, Saginaw Valley, Albany, Southern Utah . . . And it's not just this year. I've noticed the same thing the past couple seasons. I wonder if the Reds are unusual in that respect.
ROUND 27 832 Joey Housey, RHPU Oregon, OR
U of O has just had their baseball program back for a couple of seasons now. It seemed like it really got going again quickly.
Round 28 Matthew Wiley, RHP, U. of Houston. 6'4"/230, Senior.
Round 29 Adam Matthews, LF, U. of South Carolina. 6'1"/195, Senior.
Round 30: CF Kyle Wren, Georgia Tech, 5'9"/160#. Sophomore?
Round 31 Michael Salter, RHP, Cisco JC in Texas, 6'4"/205. 20-year-old J2.
Round 32 RHP Christian McElroy, U. of Cincinnati, 6'4"/220#. Junior.
Round 33 Justin Topa, RHP, Long Island U., 6'4"/200. Junior. That is 14 pitchers in 18 selections today.
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