This year’s list is as notable for the names that are missing as the ones that made the cut.
Some of the best in the MWC either didn't get drafted or were drafted fairly low. What was the cause of that? Scouts probably didn't think the talent in the conference met the standards of the scouts. It's a disappointment to fans but that happens.
A pair of center fielders came off the board late Tuesday, courtesy of the American League and National League West.
The 2015 draft wasn't expected to be terribly deep, but the Angels defied many mock drafts with their surprise first-round pick.
The Bulldogs outfielder had a breakout campaign, and now it appears he is eager to begin his climb through the professional ranks.
Besides losing seniors to completed eligibility, college programs have to count on losing some juniors to the baseball draft. That could be a significant loss if the best players are juniors. UNLV could lose two of their best starting pitchers; ouch.
2011 MLB Draft: Wrapping Up the Mountain West Conference Picks
2011 MLB Draft: Mock Drafts Vary Wildly On Mountain West Players