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MLB Draft 2015: Oakland A's make final picks on Day 3

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The A's opened day 3 continuing their all-name draft, selecting Dustin Hurlbutt with the 488th pick.

Welcome to the future.
Welcome to the future.
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Here are the picks so far. We'll try to update with scouting reports and other info, if available. If not, well, you'll always have Hurlbutt.

1 20 Martin, Richie Florida (FL) SS R/R JR 6'0" 185lbs 12/22/1994
2 63 White, Mikey Alabama (AL) SS R/R JR 6'1" 195lbs 9/3/1993
3 97 Chalmers, Dakota North Forsyth HS (GA) RHP R/R HS 6'3" 170lbs 10/8/1996
4 128 Bolt, Skye North Carolina (NC) CF S/R JR 6'2" 180lbs 1/15/1994
5 158 Duchene, Kevin University of Illinois (IL) LHP L/L JR 6'2" 210lbs 12/10/1993
6 188 Derby, Bowdien San Diego State (CA) RHP L/R JR 5'10" 180lbs 2/24/1994
7 218 Friedrichs, Kyle Cal State - Long Beach (CA) RHP R/R 5S 6'1" 190 lbs 1/22/1992
8 248 Collins, Nick Georgetown (DC) C L/R JR 6'2" 228 lbs 4/13/1994
9 278 Lyons, Jared Liberty University (VA) LHP L/L SR 6'0" 190lbs 5/18/1993
10 308 Pallares, Steven San Diego State (CA) CF R/R SR 6'2" 185lbs 4/26/1993
11 338 Terrell, James St. Patrick - St. Vincent HS (CA) OF R/R HS 6'0" 165lbs 1/10/1997
12 368 Iriart, Chris U Houston (TX) 1B R/R JR 6'2" 230lbs 10/7/1994
13 398 Siddall, Brett Canisius College (NY) RF L/L JR 6'0" 200lbs 10/3/1994
14 428 Biegalski, Boomer Florida St U (FL) RHP R/R SO 6'2" 165lbs 7/13/1994
15 458 Howell, Ryan U Nevada Reno (NV) 2B R/R JR 6'0" 205lbs 10/30/1992
16 488 Hurlbutt, Dustin Tabor Col (KS) RHP R/R JR 6'1" 195lbs 11/5/1992
17 518 Wheatley, Brent U Southern California (CA) RHP R/R JR 6'4" 210lbs 8/31/1993
18 548 Sunde, Brett Western Michigan (MI) C R/R JR 5'10" 185lbs 8/24/1994
19 578 Brown, Seth Lewis-Clark St Col (ID) 1B L/L SR 6'3" 220lbs 7/13/1992
20 608 Naile, James U Alabama Birmingham (AL) RHP R/R JR 6'4" 185lbs 2/8/1993
21 638 Tomasovich, Andrew Charleston Southern (SC) LHP L/L JR 6'4" 215lbs 9/24/1993
22 668 Bramlett, Brady U Mississippi (MS) RHP R/R JR 6'4" 245lbs 9/19/1993
23 698
Senior, Eric
York Mills Collegiate Institute (ON)
OF R/R HS 6'2" 170lbs
24 728
Bowers, Heath
Campbell U (NC)
6'4" 190lbs
25 758
Manarino, Evan
UC Irvine (CA)
LHP L/L SR 6'1" 195lbs 12/28/1992
26 788
Devencenzi, Jordan
U Nevada Reno (NV)
5'11" 190lbs
27 818
Altamirano, Xavier
Oral Roberts U (OK)
6'3" 195lbs
28 848
Berube, Marc
U Pittsburgh (PA)
6'2" 180lbs
29 878
Ruiz, Armando
Alabama St U (AL)
5'9" 185lbs

Mike Ferguson (@noled_out) editor of Noled Out kindly sent us a scouting report on 14th round pick Boomer Biegalski:

Should be choose to sign, the Oakland Athletics are getting a very dependable starting pitcher in Boomer Biegalski.

Biegalski is a three-pitch pitcher with the ability to throw his fastball, slider and changeup for strikes. Biegalski will occasionally mix in a curve ball. In 2015 -- his only season at Florida State -- Biegalski posted a 7-5 record and a solid 3.17 ERA.

Biegalski's stays in the strike zone and has a fastball that tops out in the high 80s or low 90s, but doesn't necessarily pitch to contact. In 108 innings this past season, Biegalski led the Seminoles with 120 strikeouts while posting better than a 3:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio and holding opponents to a .210 average.

Down the stretch of the season, Biegalski was Florida State's unquestioned ace. He was named MVP of the ACC Tournament in Durham, throwing 11 scoreless innings and earning a pair of wins in two appearances as the Seminoles claimed their first conference crown since 2010.

Biegalski ran his scoreless streak to 18 2/3 innings before allowing a 2-run home run to Carl Wise in a 3-2 victory over College of Charleston on May 30th. The propensity to allow the long ball is perhaps the biggest knock on Biegalski as he gave up 12 home runs this past season -- six more than the next closest Seminole.

8th round pick Nick Collins was the Big East player of the year this year. From Georgetown's site:

Collins is among the top 10 in the BIG EAST in nine offensive categories. He ranks first in hits (75), home runs (7), slugging percentage (.547) and total bases (111) while coming in second in batting average (.369) and third in on-base percentage (.437). He is also fifth in the BIG EAST in RBI (36), tied for fifth in doubles (15) and 10th in runs scored (33). Nationally, Collins' .369 batting average ranks him 40th in all of Division I and his 75 base hits tie him for 57th.

There's a video on 32nd round pick, Michael Murray. Probably won't sign since he's a junior and has a video which means he must be higher ranked than this.