The Padres, Blue Jays, Rangers and Giants were nicely compensated with a combined 27 picks in the first two rounds.
Some franchises prefer high school players. Some like college players. So, what's the best strategy? Draft both.
This year's draft features top-shelf high school pitchers, an unusually large sandwich round and some important rule changes.
North Carolina State's Andrew Brackman is at the top of Keith Law's early look at the 2007 MLB draft. • Analysis
Big-money teams appear to have figured out how to draft -- and sign -- so-called "unsignable" players.