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Vanderbilt Baseball MLB Draft Tracker: Where Are the Commodores Going in the Draft?

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Will <em>The Professor</em> hear his name called in the second round of the MLB Draft?
Will The Professor hear his name called in the second round of the MLB Draft?

Follow Tuesday's MLB Draft action with us here at Anchor of Gold; we'll be running down the Commodore selections in what should be a stacked draft for Tim Corbin's club. Two Vandy pitchers - Sonny Gray and Grayson Garvin - were selected on Monday, and many more are yet to come, including Jason Esposito, Aaron Westlake, and Taylor Hill.

The Picks:

Round 1, Pick 18 (18 overall): Sonny Gray, RHP - to the Oakland Athletics (Athletics Nation)

Compensatory Round, Pick 25 (59 overall): Grayson Garvin, LHP - to the Tampa Bay Rays (DRaysBay)

Round 2, Pick 4 (64 overall): Jason Esposito, 3B - to the Baltimore Orioles (Camden Chat)

Round 3, Pick 9 (99 overall): Jack Armstrong, RHP - to the Houston Astros (The Crawfish Boxes)

Round 3, Pick 16 (106 overall): Aaron Westlake, 1B - to the Detroit Tigers (Bless You Boys)

Round 3, Pick 27 (117 overall): Corey Williams, LHP - to the Minnesota Twins (Twinkie Town)

Round 6, Pick 6 (187 overall): Taylor Hill, RHP - to the Washington Nationals (Federal Baseball)

Round 6, Pick 25 (206 overall): Mark Lamm, RHP - to the Atlanta Braves (Talking Chop)

Round 10, Pick 15 (317 overall): Curt Casali, C - to the Detroit Tigers (Bless You Boys)

Round 14, Pick 20 (446 overall): Navery Moore, RHP - to the Atlanta Braves (Talking Chop)

Round 30, Pick 26 (928 overall): Will Clinard, RHP - to the Minnesota Twins (Twinkie Town)

Round 46, Pick 3 (1384 overall): The Joe Loftus Random Event Generator, OF/Breakdance Champion - to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

In case you were wondering...

Update on Vandypalooza: 10 Commodores taken through the first 20 rounds of #mlbdraft, including seven pitchers (math correct this time)less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

Of course, the count currently sits at 12, which is a new SEC record. The NCAA record is 14.