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
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