Ranked #18 in the state of Illinois by BaseballAmerica. Sings in the shower to love songs, according to his player page: http://your.parkland.edu/athletics/baseball/roster/kiermaier.aspx
Rays 32nd Round Pick - 971st Overall: Bryan Fogle, OF, Erskine College(SC)
Was named Tino Martinez Division II Player of the Year. Hit .430/.517/.910 as a senior in 2010.
Rays 33rd Round Pick - 1001st Overall: Scott Simon, RHP, Central Valley HS(WA)
Big, big kid at 6'8". In a November 2009 Baseball Northwestern piece, he was rated the #8 prospect(Vettleson, Sale, and Brett were 1-2-3). #25 in a January piece. Simon is committed to Washington State. Probably won't sign: "It would have to be a substantial offer, life-changing, for me to give up college baseball and my education."
Rays 34th Round Pick - 1031st Overall: Steven Tinoco, 1B, Long Beach State
Hit .348/.402/.424 as a senior in 2010.
Rays 35th Round Pick - 1061st Overall: Spencer Davis, RHP, The Woodlands HS(TX)
Teammates with #2 overall pick Jameson Taillon. Ranked #97 in Texas by BaseballAmerica. Committed to Texas A&M University.
From BaseballBeginnings, though this is talking about him as a hitter: "Davis is a right-handed hitter who is tall (6-4) and has a lot of room for physical projection while retaining some of the loose musculature that gives The Woodlands HS prospect a pro body. Davis is handsy and showed an idea of how to use them, how to wait, how to turn, and how to get extension at the right time. His bat speed and strong hands make him a gunshot guy with wood, and his firm front and quiet head characteristics are things he repeats. He has whippy torque in his swing and reminds me a little bit of Matt Dominguez, who was a first round pick from Chatsworth High School (Calif.) in 2007.
Davis, who is teammates with Jameson Taillon, is going to get a ton of looks this spring. The thought here is that pro teams are going to have a very hard time walking away from a young hitter with a great foundation, arm to stay at third and enough infield skills to work with at the start."
Fastball in the mid-80's, it seems.
5th-year senior. Player page. 4.44 ERA with 75 strikeouts to 23 walks in 99.1 innings in 2010.
Rays 37th Round Pick - 1121st Overall: Demondre Arnold, RHP, Creekside HS(GA)
Ranked #58 in the state of Georgia by BaseballAmerica. MLB.com video here. Max-effort delivery, throws across his body, fastball in the 80s.
Rays 38th Round Pick - 1151st Overall: Will Anderson, RHP, Foothills HS(CA)
Ranked #94 in the state of California by BaseballAmerica: "Fresno State has also put together a good recruiting class and righthander Will Anderson could be a key member. He has a good feel for pitching, with an upper 80s fastball that flirts with 90-91 on occasion and good movement. His curveball is a slurvy, and he also mixes in a split. Anderson's older brother John was drafted out of Chabot JC by the Blue Jays in 2008."
Rays 39th Round Pick - 1181st Overall: Parker Markel, RHP, Yavapi JC(AZ)
Rated #23 in Arizona by BaseballAmerica: "Righthander Parker Markel can run his fastball up to 93 mph, but he's another guy who doesn't have a clean delivery and profiles as a middle reliever."
MLB.com video here.
Rays 40th Round Pick - 1211th Overall: Wade Broyles, RHP, Belhaven College(MS)
NAIA school. 75 strikeouts to 14 walks in 41 innings as a 5th-year senior in 2010.