Ethan Small

Mississippi State pitcher Ethan Small earned SEC pitcher of the year and first team All-American honors from both Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America.

Here's the list of every player selected in the MLB draft from each of the 2019 College World Series teams with more information on one of the more pivotal players for each squad.

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Michigan Wolverines

Tommy Henry, LHP

74th pick (second round) by Diamondbacks

Karl Kauffmann, RHP

77th pick (second round) by Rockies

The junior has posted a 10-6 mark while leading the Wolverines with a 2.59 earned run average in 114 ⅔ innings. Kauffmann has flourished in the postseason by throwing 25 innings and giving up four runs and 13 hits and totaling 18 strikeouts in starts in the Big Ten tournament, Corvallis Regional and Los Angeles Super Regional.

Jordan Brewer, OF

106th pick (third round) by Astros

Jack Weisenburger, RHP

614th pick (20th round) by A’s

Jimmy Kerr, 1B/3B

982nd pick (33rd round) by Tigers

Texas Tech Red Raiders

Josh Jung, 3B

Eighth pick (first round) by Rangers

The Big 12 co-player of the year, and a second team all-American selection by Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America, Jung became the second-highest draft pick in Texas Tech history behind Donald Harris, who was the No. 5 pick of the Rangers in 1989. The junior leads the Red Raiders with 62 runs scored, 22 doubles, 52 walks and a .476 on-base percentage. Jung also ranks second on the team in home runs (14), RBIs (56) and slugging percentage (.636).

Gabe Holt, OF

223rd pick (seventh round) by Brewers

Caleb Kilian, RHP

236th pick (eighth round) by Giants

Taylor Floyd, RHP

313th pick (10th round) by Brewers

John McMillon, OF

322nd pick (11th round) by Tigers

Caleb Freeman, RHP

440th pick (15th round) by White Sox

Cameron Warren, 1B

654th pick (22nd round) by Reds

Arkansas Razorbacks

Dominic Fletcher, OF

75th pick (second round) by Diamondbacks

Isaiah Campbell, RHP

76th pick (second round) by Mariners

A second team all-American by Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America, Campbell boasts a 12-1 mark with a 2.26 earned run average. He tallies more than one strikeout per inning with 115 in 111 ⅓ innings. The junior, who struck out eight in a win over Florida in the 2018 CWS, surpassed the 200-strikeout mark for his career in a regional win over TCU, becoming the sixth Arkansas pitcher to amass at least 200 strikeouts in a career.

Matt Cronin, LHP

123rd pick (fourth round) by Nationals

Jack Kenley, SS

232nd pick (eighth round) by Tigers

Jacob Kostyshock, RHP

249th pick (eighth round) by Rockies

Cody Scroggins, RHP

287th pick (ninth round) by Red Sox

Zack Plunkett, RHP

611th pick (20th round) by Dodgers

Florida State Seminoles

Drew Mendoza, 3B

94th pick (third round) by Nationals

A second team all-American by Baseball America, Mendoza is third in the nation in his junior campaign with 69 walks and also ranks in the top 20 in Division I with a .484 on-base percentage. Additionally, he leads the Seminoles in home runs with 16, which rates as the most by a Florida State player since 2010. He also paces FSU in runs scored (60), RBIs (56) and slugging percentage (.620).

JC Flowers, RHP

124th pick (fourth round) by Pirates

Drew Parrish, LHP

229th pick (eighth round) by Royals

Mike Salvatore, SS

276th pick (ninth round) by Mariners

Vanderbilt Commodores

JJ Bleday, OF

Fourth pick (first round) by Marlins

The SEC player of the year, SEC tournament MVP and a first team all-American by Baseball American and Collegiate Baseball, Bleday leads the nation with 26 home runs and his slugging percentage of .717 is tops in the SEC. His mark of 182 total bases is also best in the SEC. Bleday, the 16th Vanderbilt player to be drafted in the first round in the past 15 years, has reached base in 45 consecutive games, and he leads the Commodores with 54 walks. He is second on Vanderbilt with 69 RBIs.

Drake Fellows, RHP

173rd pick (sixth round) by Padres

Philip Clarke, C

267th pick (ninth round) by Blue Jays

Ethan Paul, SS

274th pick (ninth round) by Pirates

Stephen Scott, OF

317th pick (10th round) by Red Sox

Zach King, LHP

381st pick (13th round) by Marlins

Gillis Jackson, LHP

403rd pick (13th round) by Brewers

Joe Gobillot, LHP

488th pick (16th round) by Rays

AJ Franklin, LHP

499th pick (17th round) by Royals

Patrick Raby, RHP

504th pick (17th round) by Reds

Pat DeMarco, OF

525th pick (17th round) by Yankees

Ty Duvall, C

764th pick (25th round) by A’s

Julian Infante, 1B

1,071st pick (36th round) by Marlins

Louisville Cardinals

Logan Wyatt, 1B

51st pick (second round) by Giants

Michael McAvene, RHP

103rd pick (third round) by Cubs

McAvene, a second team all-ACC selection, posted a 2.67 earned run average and totaled seven saves for the Cardinals. The junior, who began the year with five scoreless appearances, has totaled 46 strikeouts and allowed just nine walks in 30 ⅓ innings.

Tyler Fitzgerald, SS

116th pick (fourth round) by Giants

Nick Bennett, LHP

193rd pick (sixth round) by Brewers

Bryan Hoeing, RHP

201st pick (seventh round) by Marlins

Jake Snider, OF

604th pick (20th round) by Pirates

Drew Campbell, OF

697th pick (23rd round) by Braves

Shay Smiddy, RHP

1,088th pick (36th round) by Rays

Mississippi State Bulldogs

Ethan Small, LHP

28th pick (first round) by Brewers

Small earned numerous accolades for his season, including SEC pitcher of the year and first team All-American honors from both Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America. He boasts a 10-2 record with a 1.77 earned run average. His 168 strikeouts lead the country, and his marks of 14.81 strikeouts per nine innings and 0.85 walks/hits per inning pitched rank second in Division I. Small, who has recorded at least 10 strikeouts in 11 of his 17 starts this season, is also a finalist for the Collegiate Baseball Foundation national pitcher of the year.

Jake Mangum, OF

118th pick (fourth round) by Mets

Colby White, RHP

188th pick (sixth round) by Rays

Trysten Barlow, LHP

489th pick (16th round) by Rockies

Dustin Skelton, C

531st pick (18th round) by Marlins

Jared Liebelt, RHP

602nd (20th round) by Diamondbacks

Keegan James, RHP

759th pick (25th round) by Rockies

Marshall Gilbert, C

874th pick (29th round) by Pirates

Peyton Plumlee, RHP

946th pick (31st round) by Astros

Cole Gordon, RHP

958th pick (32nd round) by Mets

Tanner Allen, 1B

1,029th pick (34th round) by Rockies

Auburn Tigers

Will Holland, SS

149th pick (fifth round) by Twins

Davis Daniel, RHP

211th pick (seventh round) by Angels

Eduoard Julien, 2B

539th pick (18th round) by Twins

After a freshman all-American campaign in 2018, Julien backed that up with his second consecutive season of driving in at least 40 runs, becoming the first Auburn player in eight years to have at least 40 RBIs in back-to-back seasons. The sophomore leads the Tigers with 50 runs scored and also tops the team with 14 doubles, nine home runs, 54 RBIs, 24 extra-base hits and 44 walks.

Jack Owen, LHP

635th pick (21st round) by Cardinals

Elliott Anderson, LHP

679th pick (23rd round) by Royals

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