All Things Valley League: 16 former Valley Leaguers drafted in first 10 rounds

vbl2John Leonard, halfway across the world in Kenya, is nonetheless still the expert on All Things Valley League, literally.

Leonard has been tracking the 2014 MLB Draft, and through the first 10 rounds, Leonard has 16 former Valley Leaguers drafted thus far.

The list:

  • Sam Howard (Staunton 2012), Georgia Southern, 3rd round, Colorado Rockies
  • Max Povse (Staunton 2013), UNC-Greensboro, 3rd round, Atlanta Braves
  • Ryan Yarbrough (Luray 2012), ODU, 4th round, Seattle Mariners
  • Chris Diaz (Staunton 2012), Miami, 5th round, Atlanta Braves
  • Logan Moon (Winchester 2012), Missouri Southern, 6th round, Kansas City Royals
  • Emmanuel Marrero (Charles Town, 2013), Alabama State, 7th round, Philadelphia Phillies
  • Seth Harrison (Covington 2011), Louisiana-Lafayette, 7th round, San Francisco Giants
  • Dale Carey (Luray 2011), Miami, 7th round, Washington Nationals
  • Matt Hockenberry (Woodstock 2013), Temple, 9th round, Philadelphia Phillies
  • Michael Katz (Waynesboro 2012), William & Mary, 9th round, New York Mets
  • Justin Gonzalez (Covington 2010), Florida State, 9th round, Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Chris Pike (Harrisonburg 2012-13), Oklahoma City, 9th round, Tampa Bay Rays
  • Jordan Edgerton (Woodstock 2013), UNC Pembroke, 9th round, Atlanta Braves
  • Javi Salas (Luray 2011), Miami, 10th round, Milwaukee Brewers
  • Jay Gonzalez (Harrisonburg 2011), Mount Olive (transfer from Auburn), 10th round, Baltimore Orioles
  • Ty McFarland (Harrisonburg 2011), JMU, 10th round, New York Yankees

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