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More on the draft...

A wrap-up of the less-exciting parts of the amateur draft:

The Brewers made 17 selections on Day 1 of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft including Jemile Weeks, an 18-year-old shortstop from Lake Brantley High School in Florida selected in the eighth round at No. 235 overall.

"He's young," Brewers scouting director Jack Zduriencik said. "He's a high school kid, and, you know, Rickie was small and undersized. Jemile is small in stature right now, but he's got great actions. We're going to sit down and talk to the family, see what their desires are."


Round 2: No pick. [Damien Miller better be worth it!]
Round 3: William Inman, RHP, Tunstall High School, Dry Fork, Va.
Round 4: Matt Gamel, 3B, Chipola Junior College, Marianna, Fla.
Round 5: Kevin Roberts, RHP, University of Houston
Round 6: Steven Hammond, LHP, Long Beach State
Round 7: Michael Brantley, CF, Fort Pierce (Fla.) Central H.S.
Round 8: Jemile Weeks, SS, Lake Brantley H.S., Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Round 9: Carlos Hereaud, 3B, Lawrence Elkins H.S., Missouri City, Texas
Round 10: Steve Garrison, The Hun School, Princeton, N.J.
Round 11: Brent Allar, RHP, Weatherford (Texas) College
Round 12: John Alonso, 1B, Polk Community College, Winter Haven, Fla.
Round 13: Ryan Babenau, C, Etiwanda H.S., Alta Loma, Calif.
Round 14: Mark James, RHP, Sinclair Secondary School, Ontario
Round 15: Michael Bell, 2B, Grayson County College, Denison, Texas
Round 16: Andrew Bailey, RHP, Wagner College, Staten Island, N.Y.
Round 17: Timothy Smith, RF, Midland (Texas) College
Round 18: Zach Braddock, LHP, Gloucester (N.J.) Catholic H.S.

More details on these guys if you follow the link.