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MLB Draft Tracker 2012: SEC Studs Who Will Dominate at Next Level

Published by on June 5, 2012

The Southeastern Conference has solidified itself as the top conference in college baseball in recent years after winning championship after championship. There's no shortage of studs from the SEC in the 2012 MLB draft. 

The SEC saw a few of its own names spring up early on the draft board, as two players from the conference were chosen in the first five picks. It closed out with a strong representation yet again in the draft.

It's unclear how long these players will be asked to work on their games in the farm system, but once they spring up in the league, they will be sure-fire contenders and will last in the league long enough to become household names. 

Let's take a look at the SEC players chosen in the MLB draft with the most upside that will dominate in the MLB. 


Mike Zunino, C, Florida, Drafted by Seattle Mariners

The 2011 SEC Player of the Year has had no shortage of high-quality competition in his years at Florida. His experience as the best player for years on a national powerhouse solidifies him as an obvious pick to becom...

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