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2012 MLB Draft: Braves Wrap Up Third Day With High School Players

The Atlanta Braves have completed their 2012 MLB Draft after three long days of selections. The club did a nice job adding a mix of pitchers, infielder and outfielders, and we can only hope this draft class helps restock a depleted farm system.

Let's take a look at the final ten picks from the day, which spanned from rounds 31 to 40.

31st Round: Matt Kimbrel, right-handed pitcher, Southern Polytechnic State, 6'0 185lbs

32nd Round: Adam Grantham, right-handed pitcher, Kenneth HS (MO), 6'1 180lbs

33rd Round: Sam Gillikin, center fielder, Hoover HS (AL), 6'3 190lbs

34th Round: Ben Johnson, center fielder, Westwood HS (TX), 6'0 185lbs

35th Round: Matt Creech, shortstop, Colquitt County HS (GA), 5'11 185lbs

36th Round: Braden Bishop, center fielder, Saint Francis HS (CA), 6'1 180lbs

37th Round: Gio Brusa, outfielder, Saint Mary's HS (CA), 6'3 195lbs

38th Round: Sean McLaughlin, right-handed pitcher, Northview HS (GA), 5'11 175lbs

39th Round: Cullen O'Dwyer, outfielder, Eldorado HS (NM), 6'2 185lbs

40th Round: Jimmy Herget, right-handed pitcher, Jefferson HS, 6'3 165lbs

Read more about the Atlanta Braves at Talking Chop and head over to Baseball Nation for additional news, notes and analysis around Major League Baseball. Check out Minor League Ball to see how some of these prospects develop in their quest to the major leagues.

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