The 2013 MLB Draft kicked off last night with rounds 1 and 2, and the Brewers selected Missouri high school pitcher Devin Williams and Florida high school shortstop Tucker Neuhaus with their pair of second round picks (#54 and 72 overall). Alec has a full scouting report on Williams available here, and I'm assuming he'll have one on Neuhaus sometime soon.
In the meantime, rounds 3-10 of the draft continue today at noon Central time, and you can watch it live here. The Brewers's first selection today is #90 in the third round, then they'll pick again at #122 in the fourth round and once every 30 picks after that.
According to Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com, seven of the top 56 prospects available in this year's draft are still on the board entering Day Two, headlined by Oklahoma high school catcher Jon Denney, who Mayo ranked #20 entering yesterday. Baseball America agrees that Denney is the top prospect available, and has eight undrafted players from their top 50. 2010 Brewer first round pick Dylan Covey is also still available.