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Mariners MLB Draft Tracker: All 20 selections made by Seattle

Jul 13, 2021, 10:35 AM | Updated: 11:35 am
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The Mariners hold the 12th pick of the first round in the 2021 MLB Draft. (AP)
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The 2021 MLB Draft officially wrapped up Tuesday morning, and the Mariners have 20 players to try to sign one year after the event was limited to six rounds due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Seattle got things going Sunday with the 12th overall pick, where they selected athletic catcher Harry Ford.

We’ve got every Mariners pick from the three-day event covered here in this tracker post, from Sunday’s first round to Rounds 2-10 on Monday and Rounds 11-20 on Tuesday.

Full Mariners draft order and picks

Sunday

First round (12 overall): Harry Ford, C, North Cobb HS (Ga.)

From 710Sports.com writer Brandon Gustafson’s MLB Draft preview: “Harry Ford can make the case that he’s the best athlete in this draft class. And right now, he’s a catcher. That’s right. Ford, MLB Pipeline’s No. 13 prospect, is an elite athlete at 5-10 and 200 pounds who is a plus (60) runner with 55 grades for his arm and glove, making him a very intriguing catching prospect. … Ford’s athleticism jumps off the page, and he could handle other spots across the diamond, but Pipeline reports that Ford receives high marks behind the plate for his receiving as well as his arm, which could get even better as his mechanics and footwork improve. But still, Ford’s athleticism and speed along with his strong arm make it easy to see that he could probably make the transition from catcher to the outfield or maybe even an infield spot, which is an area that the Mariners don’t have much high-end depth in the farm.”

Monday

Second round (48): Edwin Arroyo, SS, Central Pointe Christian Academy (Fla.)

Baseball America’s Carlos Collazo called Arroyo “one of the better defensive shortstops in this class,” adding that he’s actually an ambidextrous thrower. “Curious to see how the bat develops. Switch hitter with some barrel control,” Collazo continued. The 6-foot, 175-pound Arroyo is the top-rated prospect out of Puerto Rico, according to Perfect Game.

Third round (83): Michael Morales, P, Pennsboro High School (Pa.)

From Brandon Gustafson: “6-2, 205. Vandy commit with 55 grades for his fastball and curve and command and an average grade for the changeup. Sounds like he’s more of a command and finesse guy, but the Mariners have had success with guys like that in terms of having their stuff tick up. George Kirby and Taylor Dollard are two recent examples.”

Fourth round (113): Bryce Miller, P, Texas A&M

From Brandon Gustafson: “Big-time fastball and a solid slider with average curves and changeups. Needs to improve control in order to stick as a starter. Was originally a reliever in college. High-tempo delivery and arm.”

Click here for a video profile of Bryce Miller from KAGS TV.

Fifth round (144): Andy Thomas, C, Baylor

From Brandon Gustafson: “6-2, 210 and was third-team All-America this year. Career .327 hitter in college and had 11 home runs his final year. Threw out 17-32 runners. Solid floor guy in round 5.”

Click here to watch video of Thomas hitting a home run.

Sixth round (174): Bryan Woo, P, Cal Poly (video highlight)

Seventh round (204): Colin Davis, OF, Wofford (Video highlight)

Eighth round (234): James Parker, SS, Clemson (Video highlight)

Ninth round (264): Spencer Packard, OF, Campbell (Video highlight)

10th round (294): Jordan Jackson, P, Georgia Southern (Video highlight)

Tuesday

11th round (324): William Fleming, P, Wake Forest (Video highlight)
12th round (354): Corey Rosier, OF, UNC Greenville (Video highlight)
13th round (384): Ben Ramirez, SS, USC (Video highlight)
14th round (414): Andrew Moore, P, Chipola (Fla.) College (Video highlight)
15th round (444): Cole Barr, 3B, Indiana (Video highlight)
16th round (474): Jimmy Joyce, P, Hofstra (Video highlight)
17th round (504): Jimmy Kingsbury, P, Villanova (Video highlight)
18th round (534): Riley Davis, P, UAB (Video highlight)
19th round (564): Charlie Welch, C, Arkansas (Video highlight)
20th round (594): Troy Taylor, P, Cypress College (Video highlight)

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