Harper headlines Draft's first round

Pirates select hard-throwing Taillon with No. 2 pick

Bryce Harper was long expected to be drafted No. 1 overall on Monday. (Brent Asay/MiLB.com)

By MiLB.com | June 7, 2010 6:51 PM

NEW YORK -- The Nationals selected outfielder Bryce Harper with the No. 1 overall pick of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft on Monday evening.

Here's a look at where each player went in the first round of the Draft:

Pick Player Pos. Team School
1 Bryce Harper OF/C Washington College of Southern Nevada
2 Jameson Taillon RHP Pittsburgh The Woodlands HS (Texas)
3 Manny Machado SS Baltimore Brito Miami Private School (Fla.)
4 Christian Colon SS Kansas City Cal State-Fullerton
5 Drew Pomeranz LHP Cleveland Ole Miss
6 Barret Loux RHP Arizona Texas A&M
7 Matt Harvey RHP New York (NL) UNC
8 Delino DeShields Jr. 2B Houston Woodward Academy (Ga.)
9 Karsten Whitson RHP San Diego Chipley HS (Fla.)
10 Michael Choice OF Oakland U. of Texas-Arlington
11 Deck McGuire RHP Toronto Georgia Tech
12 Yasmani Grandal C Cincinnati Miami
13 Chris Sale LHP Chicago (AL) Florida Gulf Coast University
14 Dylan Covey RHP Milwaukee Maranatha HS (Calif.)
15 Jake Skole OF Texas Blessed Trinity HS (Ga.)
16 Hayden Simpson RHP Chicago (NL) Southern Arkansas University
17 Josh Sale OF Tampa Bay Bishop Blanchet HS (Wash.)
18 Kaleb Cowert RHP Los Angeles (AL) Cook HS (Ga.)
19 Michael Foltynewicz RHP Houston Minooka Community HS (Ill.)
20 Kolbrin Vitek 2B/OF Boston Ball State
21 Alex Wimmers RHP Minnesota Ohio State
22 Kellin Deglan C Texas Langley Blaze (BC)
23 Christian Yelich OF/1B Florida Westlake HS (Calif.)
24 Gary Brown OF San Francisco Cal State-Fullerton
25 Zack Cox 3B St. Louis Arkansas
26 Kyle Parker OF Colorado Clemson
27 Jesse Biddle RHP Philadelphia Germantown Friends HS (Pa.)
28 Zach Lee RHP Los Angeles (NL) McKinney HS (Texas)
29 Cam Bedrosian RHP Los Angeles (AL) East Coweta HS (Ga.)
30 Chevy Clark OF Los Angeles (AL) Marietta HS (Ga.)
31 Justin O'Connor C Tampa Bay Cowan HS (Ind.)
32 Cito Culver SS New York (AL) Irondequoit HS (N.Y.)

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