ACC record 75 players selected in 2017 MLB Draft


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Barnes was the first Clemson player selected in the 2017 draft

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Seventy-five student-athletes from ACC programs were selected during the 2017 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, which concluded on Wednesday.

The total stands as the most in league history, topping the previous record of 65 in 2014, and is tied for the most from any conference in the country. It marks the 11th time in the last 12 years that at least 50 league players have been selected. Also extended was a streak of 26 straight years with at least one first round pick from the league.

All 14 ACC programs had at least one player drafted. Clemson and Florida State led the ACC and tied for fourth most in the country with nine players selected. Louisville, NC State, and Wake Forest all had eight players picked.

Of the 30 MLB teams, 27 drafted at least one player from the ACC led by the Angels, Marlins, Yankees, and Rays with five apiece.

ACC Baseball Selections in the 2017 MLB Draft
Round-Pick — Player, School, Year, Position, Team
1-4 — Brendan McKay, Louisville, JR, 1B, Tampa Bay Rays
1-7 — Pavin Smith, Virginia, JR, 1B, Arizona Diamondbacks
1-8 — Adam Haseley, Virginia, JR, OF, Philadelphia Phillies
1-15 — J.B. Bukauskas, North Carolina, JR, RHP, Houston Astros
1-22 — Logan Warmoth, North Carolina, JR, SS, Toronto Blue Jays
CBA-36 — Brian Miller, North Carolina, JR, OF, Miami Marlins
2-38 — Stuart Fairchild, Wake Forest, JR, OF, Cincinnati Reds
2-44 — Drew Ellis, Louisville, JR, 3B, Arizona Diamondbacks
2-49 — Gavin Sheets, Wake Forest, JR, 1B, Chicago White Sox
2-51 — Joseph Dunand, NC State, JR, 3B, Miami Marlins
CBB-70 — Tommy Doyle, Virginia, JR, RHP, Colorado Rockies
3-79 — Taylor Walls, Florida State, JR, SS, Tampa Bay Rays
3-88 — Dylan Busby, Florida State, JR, 3B, Pittsburgh Pirates
4-106 — Charlie Barnes, Clemson, JR, LHP, Minnesota Twins
4-117 — Lincoln Henzman, Louisville, JR, RHP, Chicago White Sox
4-121 — Peter Solomon, Notre Dame, JR, RHP, Houston Astros
4-132 — Ernie Clement, Virginia, JR, 2B, Cleveland Indians
6-174 — Devin Hairston, Louisville, JR, SS, Milwaukee Brewers
6-177 — Kade McClure, Louisville, JR, RHP, Chicago White Sox
7-201 — Parker Dunshee, Wake Forest, SR, RHP, Oakland Athletics
7-209 — Sean Guenther, Notre Dame, JR, LHP, Miami Marlins
7-214 — Chase Pinder, Clemson, SR, CF, St. Louis Cardinals
7-215 — Brad Bass, Notre Dame, JR, RHP, Detroit Tigers
7-218 — Ben Breazeale, Wake Forest, JR, C, Baltimore Orioles
9-257 — Packy Naughton, Virginia Tech, JR, LHP, Cincinnati Reds
10-294 — Alec Bettinger, Virginia, SR, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers
11-331 — Brandon Bielak, Notre Dame, JR, RHP, Houston Astros
11-334 — Evan Mendoza, NC State, JR, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals
11-338 — Trevor Craport, Georgia Tech, JR, UTL, Baltimore Orioles
11-339 — Donnie Sellers, Wake Forest, JR, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays
12-349 — Carl Chester, Miami, JR, CF, Tampa Bay Rays
13-383 — Colby Fitch, Louisville, JR, C, Philadelphia Phillies
14-430 — Josh McLain, NC State, JR, CF, Los Angeles Dodgers
14-434 — Alex Eubanks, Clemson, JR, RHP, Texas Rangers
15-452 — Aaron McGarity, Virginia Tech, SR, RHP, New York Yankees
16-477 — Logan Taylor, Louisville, SR, CF, Chicago White Sox
16-490 — Evy Ruibal, Notre Dame, JR, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
17-496 — Andrew Cosgrove, NC State, JR, C, Minnesota Twins
17-501 — Josh Falk, Pitt, SR, RHP, Oakland Athletics
19-565 — Isaac Mattson, Pitt, JR, RHP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
19-583 — Jonathan Pryor, Wake Forest, SR, OF, Washington Nationals
20-602 — Ryan Lidge, Notre Dame, SR, C, New York Yankees
20-610 — Donovan Casey, Boston College, JR, OF, Los Angeles Dodgers
21-619 — Paul Campbell, Clemson, JR, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays
21-620 — Connor Johnstone, Wake Forest, JR, RHP, Atlanta Braves
22-647 — Justin Bellinger, Duke, JR, 1B, Cincinnati Reds
22-655 — James Ziemba, Duke, SR, LHP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
22-660 — Josh Mitchell, Pitt, JR, LHP, Kansas City Royals
22-663 — Johnny Adams, Boston College, SR, SS, Seattle Mariners
23-685 — Zachary Ryan, Georgia Tech, SR, RHP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
24-716 — Jesse Lepore, Miami, JR, RHP, Colorado Rockies
25-752 — Riley Thompson, Louisville, SO, RHP, New York Yankees
26-773 — Quincy Nieporte, Florida State, SR, 1B, Philadelphia Phillies
26-792 — Tommy DeJuneas, NC State, JR, RHP, Cleveland Indians
28-831 — Pat Krall, Clemson, SR, LHP, Oakland Athletics
29-856 — Griffin Roberts, Wake Forest, SO, RHP, Minnesota Twins
29-865 — Cobi Johnson, Florida State, JR, RHP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
29-868 — Brock Deatherage, NC State, JR, CF, Pittsburgh Pirates
30-894 — Cody Beckman, NC State, SR, LHP, Minnesota Brewers
30-895 — Jeremy Beasley, Clemson, JR, RHP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
31-919 — Chris Williams, Clemson, JR, C, Tampa Bay Rays
31-920 — Ryan Miller, Clemson, JR, RHP, Atlanta Braves
31-932 — Jimmy Herron, Duke, SO, CF, New York Yankees
32-965 — Drew Carlton, Florida State, JR, RHP, Detroit Tigers
33-986 — Alec Byrd, Florida State, SR, LHP, Colorado Rockies
33-992 — Jacob Stevens, Boston College, SO, RHP, New York Yankees
34-1028 — Timothy Naughton, NC State, JR, RHP, Baltimore Orioles
34-1033 — Bennett Sousa, Virginia, JR, LHP, Washington Nationals
34-1035 — Andrew Karp, Florida State, JR, RHP, Chicago Cubs
35-1049 — Tyler Holton, Florida State, SO, LHP, Miami Marlins
35-1050 — Reed Rohlman, Clemson, SR, OF, Kansas City Royals
38-1138 — Ryan Peurifoy, Georgia Tech, SR, CF, Pittsburgh Pirates
38-1139 — Cody Roberts, North Carolina, SO, RHP, Miami Marlins
38-1144 — Jim Voyles, Florida State, SR, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals
39-1157 — Zack Gahagan, North Carolina, JR, 3B, Cincinnati Reds

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