2012 MLB Mock Draft: The Final Edition

2012 MLB Mock Draft: The Final Edition

The MLB Draft is less than an hour away, and that means it's crunch time for mock drafts. While the task of constructing a mock draft is as challenging as ever, there has been no shortage of rumors on this final day. With that said, here is Scout.com's last look at who may be going where in this year's first round.

1. Houston Astros - Mark Appel
2. Minnesota Twins - Byron Buxton
3. Seattle Mariners - Carlos Correa
4. Baltimore Orioles - Kevin Gausman
5. Kansas City Royals - Kyle Zimmer
6. Chicago Cubs - Albert Almora
7. San Diego Padres - Max Fried
8. Pittsburgh Pirates - David Dahl
9. Miami Marlins - Andrew Heaney
10. Colorado Rockies - Ty Hensley
11. Oakland Athletics - Mike Zunino
12. New York Mets - Gavin Cecchini
13. Chicago White Sox - Marcus Stroman
14. Cincinnati Reds - Deven Marrero
15. Cleveland Indians - Chris Stratton
16. Washington Nationals - Michael Wacha
17. Toronto Blue Jays - Lucas Giolito
18. Los Angeles Dodgers - Richie Shaffer
19. St. Louis Cardinals - Courtney Hawkins
20. San Francisco Giants - Stephen Piscotty
21. Atlanta Braves - Tanner Rahier
22. Toronto Blue Jays - Zach Eflin
23. St. Louis Cardinals - Tyler Naquin
24. Boston Red Sox - Joey Gallo
25. Tampa Bay Rays - Corey Seager
26. Arizona Diamondbacks - Travis Jankowski
27. Milwaukee Brewers - Clint Coulter
28. Milwaukee Brewers - Lewis Brinson
29. Texas Rangers - Matt Smoral
30. New York Yankees - Addison Russell
31. Boston Red Sox - D.J. Davis

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