The first two days of the 2011 MLB amateur draft have been good to Kent State as four players were drafted within the first 10 rounds.
As expected, junior LHP Andrew Chafin went first, becoming the 43rd overall pick in the compensatory first round by the Chicago White Sox as the first day of the draft came to a close Monday evening.
On Day Two Tuesday, three more players were selected:
* In the fourth round (141st overall), former Hoban standout and current junior RHP Kyle McMillen was selected by the White Sox.
* In the ninth round (292nd overall), 3B Travis Shaw and son of former Tribe pitcher Jeff Shaw was taken by Boston for the second consecutive time (he was also chosen by the Red Sox out of high school.
* In the 10th round (310th overall), Sandusky native and LHP Kyle Hallock was picked by Houston.