The "big" night is finally here. It's time once again for the Major League Baseball Draft. Where we say goodbye to the draft eligible seniors and juniors and begin the three months of panic about the signees deciding to skip college all together. Of course, the most important night of the draft isn't until the signing deadline in mid-August, but it is helpful to learn what we will be up against. Our own Kris Brauner has put together some highly detailed reports about where he believes the draft elegible Tigers and the expansive signing class will be drafted and the chances that they will be at LSU next season. I have duplicated his lists below and added some links to SB Nation's broader coverage of the draft, such as it's TV schedule, an explanation of how the 40 (Yes, 40) round draft works, and the latest consensus Mock Draft.
We will be periodically up dating this list throughout the weekend as picks are made, so check back often. The first round of the draft begins tonight at 6pm on the MLB Network and you can follow live results here.
Mason Katz - Drafted in the 4th round (125th Overall) to the St. Louis Cardinals
Raph Rhymes - Drafted in the 15th round (456 Overall) to the Detroit Tigers
Chris Cotton - Drafted in 14th round (407 Overall) to the Houston Astros
Alex Edward (Has already announced that he will be joining the LSU staff as a graduate assistant next season)
Ryan Eades - Drafted in 2nd round (43rd Overall) to the Minnesota Twins
Jacoby Jones - Drafted in 3rd round (87th Overall) to the Pittsburgh Pirates
Ty Ross - Drafted in 12th round (372 Overall) to the San Francisco Giants
Nick Rumbelow - Drafted in 7th round (224 Overall) to the New York Yankees
Will Lamarche - Drafted in 9th round (276 Overall) to the Detroit Tigers
Justin Williams - Drafted 2nd round (52nd Overall) to the Diamondbacks
David Palladino - Drafted in the 5th round (164th Overall) to the New York Yankees