June 7, 2007
Starkville, MS –
Five Tigers were selected within the first three rounds of the Major League Baseball Draft on Thursday, including first-rounder Daniel Moskos, a junior lefthander. Moskos was the #4 overall selection in the first round by the Pirates and was the first of five Tigers selected in the first three rounds.
Clemson led all Division I programs with its five players taken in the first three rounds. Tennessee and Arkansas tied for second with three picks in the top three rounds, while 11 other schools had two picks.
Taken in the second round was junior righthander David Kopp with the #71 overall pick by the Cardinals. Junior outfielder Brad Chalk was selected later in the second round with the #87 overall pick by the Padres.
In the third round, a pair of righty relievers were chosen. Junior Alan Farina was the #115 overall pick by the Blue Jays, then senior Stephen Clyne was the #123 overall selection by the Mets.
Only the first five rounds of the draft were held on Thursday. Rounds 6-50 will conclude by the weekend.
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