Blue Jays Well Positioned For 2012 Draft

As per Ken Rosenthal via Twitter the Blue Jays will hold the #17 (as compensation for failing to sign Tyler Beede with the #16 pick last draft) and #22 overall selection in the upcoming MLB draft.  After a monster haul last season that has helped reshape and improve an already impressive crop of minor league talent the Jays will have five of the first sixty selections.

As always expect Alex Anthopoulos to be ultra aggressive in selecting high upside athletic types.  It will also be the first year for the new draft rules.

Here is the Baseball America primer on the new changes being implemented, worth a read.


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