Draft Day 2: Mets select Seton Hall pitcher

Video of third-round pick Milton Ramos, a high school shortstop in Florida.

SAN FRANCISCO -- Selections resumed Friday in the three-day MLB draft. Here is the final rundown of the day's activity. Rounds 11 through 40 will be selected Saturday. The Mets took Oregon State outfielder Michael Conforto in the first round and did not have a second-round pick.

Rd. 3 (84th overall), Milton Ramos, SS, American Heritage (Fla.) HS.

Rd. 4 (115), Eudor Garcia, 3B, El Paso (Texas) CC.

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BA's Jim Callis says: "Love Eudor Garcia to Mets. One of the best hitters in the draft. Where he plays defensively, we'll see. But that dude rakes."

Read a feature story on the power-hitting Garcia in the El Paso Times.

Rd. 5 (145), Josh Prevost, RHP, Seton Hall

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BA's Jim Callis says: "Also a fan of Mets senior pickup in 5th round, RHP Josh Prevost. Actually thought he'd go out higher. Up to 94 w/heavy sink."

Read a feature story on the 6-foot-8 Belle Mead, N.J., native in the Post.

Rd. 6 (175), Tyler Moore, C, LSU

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Read a feature story on the utility player Moore in the Baton Rouge Advocate.

Rd. 7 (205), Brad Wieck, LHP, Oklahoma City Univ.

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Rd. 8 (235), Dash Winningham, 1B, Trinity Catholic (Fla.) HS

Rd. 9 (265), Michael Katz, OF, William & Mary

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Rd. 10 (295), Kelly Secrest, LHP, UNC Wilmington

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