Cincinnati Reds 2014 MLB Draft: Rounds 11-20 Scouting Reports Doug Gray June 7, 2014 5 Comments For posts on all of the 2014 Cincinnati Reds draft picks, you can click here. I am limiting posts on the front page to try and keep the site from crashing. The first thing that I want to note is that if the site doesn't look right, it is because the other format, plus all of the traffic is causing too much stress on the server and causing it to crash, so I have reverted to the most simplistic view of the site to try and keep it running through the day. If things look normal, pay no attention to this message. Today there are 30 rounds worth of picks. I will be doing three posts for the day, each with 10 picks so that things don't get overly long and overbearing all on one post. Things should go rather quickly today with so many picks, so there may not be much interaction with me today on twitter or in the comments section as I figure I will be trying to track down information as things go for the entire time between picks today, where as yesterday there was about 45 minutes between picks, today there will probably be about 15 minutes between each pick. Cincinnati Reds 11th Round Selection: C Mitch Trees, High School (IL) Scouting Report The 6' 2" and 195 lb catcher shows good catch and throw skills. He has good athleticism behind the plate and has a good arm. Offensively he is raw at the plate where he struggles to make contact at times and doesn't have much current power, though he could grow into some moving forward. His swing is smooth and he has some bat speed. No Stats Available Video Cincinnati Reds 12th Round Selection: 3B Montrell Marshall, High School (GA) Scouting Report The 6' 5" and 215 lb cousin of Brandon Phillips was listed as a third baseman, though he played shortstop in high school. He has some bat speed to work with and with his size and strength he shows some power now and more power to grow into. He is a good runner for his size and an average runner overall. Scouts apparently rave about his makeup. No Stats Available Video Cincinnati Reds 13th Round Selection: RHP Zac Correll, High School (MA) Scouting Report The 6' 6" and 230 lb right hander has plenty of size working for him that could give him plenty of room to gain velocity moving forward. He currently throws in the 88-90 range and can touch 93 at times. He will mix in a breaking ball as well as a change up. He is still considered a bit raw as a pitcher. No Stats Available Video Cincinnati Reds 14th Round Selection: RHP Jake Ehret, UCLA Scouting Report The 6' 3" and 200 lb right hander was a sophomore this past season, but he redshirted his first year. The reliever threw just 20 innings, but showed off quality stuff. He topped out in the mid 90's while working in the 90-93 MPH range. He throws a potentially plus slider in the mid 80's as well. He has struggled with his control over his 23.1 innings while at UCLA, walking 12 batters. Stats Year Team Age W L ERA SV IP H HR BB K WHIP 2013 UCLA 20 1 0 16.20 0 3.1 7 0 1 1 2.40 2014 UCLA 21 1 0 2.25 0 20.0 16 0 11 15 1.35 Video Cincinnati Reds 15th Round Selection: OF Jimmy Pickens, Michigan State Scouting Report The 6' 0" and 220 lb outfielder has above-average speed to work with and it helped him steal 22 bases in the 2014 season with Michigan State. He is an old junior, already 22-years-old, but he could return to school if he chooses. He was drafted out of high school by the Tigers in the 41st round (which no longer exists) back in 2011. Stats Year Team Age AB H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG OBP SLG 2013 Michigan State 21 195 59 13 2 9 42 6 19 39 .303 .377 .528 2014 Michigan State 22 201 64 10 3 5 35 22 34 49 .318 .427 .473 Cincinnati Reds 16th Round Selection: C Garrett Boulware, Clemson Scouting Report The 6' 1" and 195 lb catcher has been the starter for Clemson the last two seasons after getting little playing time his freshman year. He has power potential to grow into despite his home run totals in college. Stats Year Team Age AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K AVG OBP SLG 2012 Clemson 19 56 12 2 0 0 2 5 14 .214 .323 .250 2013 Clemson 20 227 70 12 1 8 45 22 29 .308 .377 .476 2014 Clemson 21 225 68 16 0 4 35 29 24 .302 .380 .427 Video Cincinnati Reds 17th Round Selection: LHP Jacob Moody, Memphis Scouting Report The 5' 9" and 180 lb left hander is a bit undersized and has hardly pitched in his time with Memphis, never topping 10.0 innings in a given season with the Tigers. He struggles with control, having walked 33 batters in 21.1 innings pitched. He shows plus velocity from the left side though, topping out in the mid 90's with his fastball. He mixes in a curveball that is below-average right now but shows promise. Stats Year Team Age W L ERA IP H HR BB K WHIP 2012 Memphis 19 0 0 5.79 9.1 4 0 12 11 1.71 2013 Memphis 20 0 0 10.80 5.0 7 0 8 6 3.00 2014 Memphis 21 1 0 9.00 7.0 9 0 13 8 2.44 Video Cincinnati Reds 18th Round Selection: OF Roderick Bynum, High School (AK) Scouting Report The 6' 1" and 185 lb outfielder from Alaska is considered to be one of the best baseball prospects from the state in a long time. He has plus speed to work with, which should help him stay in center field for the long haul. He has below-average power potential, but his good bat speed and approach could allow him to hit for a solid average in the future. Considered to be a raw, but very good athlete. No Stats Available Video Cincinnati Reds 19th Round Selection: RHP Isaac Anderson, College of Southern Idaho Scouting Report The 6' 0" and 190 lb right hander was selected last year by the Royals in the 34th round but didn't sign. He had not pitched until he gave it a shot in college, so he is still very raw at the position. He throws anywhere from 88-94 MPH and shows a feel for a breaking ball. Stats Year Team Age W L ERA IP H HR BB K WHIP 2013 Southern Idaho 19 2 0 1.07 17.0 8 0 9 14 0.88 2014 Southern Idaho 20 4 5 3.90 60.0 53 2 28 49 1.35 Cincinnati Reds 20th Round Selection: RHP Conor Krauss, Seton Hall Scouting Report The 6' 5" and 205 lb right handed reliever shows plenty of arm strength, reaching 96 MPH with his fastball, while working in the 91-93 MPH range. His slider is his secondary pitch that he goes to, but it's a below-average offering right now that could become an average pitch with more consistency. Control has been a big problem for him as he has walked nearly as many batters as innings pitched in his career at Seton Hall. He struggles to repeat his mechanics. Stats Year Team Age W L ERA SV IP H HR BB K WHIP 2012 Seton Hall 19 0 0 5.06 0 10.2 6 0 9 11 1.41 2013 Seton Hall 20 0 0 5.21 1 19.0 14 1 13 18 1.42 2014 Seton Hall 21 1 1 3.54 4 28.0 23 0 25 32 1.71 Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditPocket 5 Responses Josh June 7, 2014 Montrell Marshall- SS/3B 6’5 athlete. Brandon Phillip’s cousin. I wanted him yesterday on Day 2. Great pick. terry m June 7, 2014 He has a real nice swing……….Looks like their is some power there… Clammy June 7, 2014 nice report on 11th rd pick Mitch Trees here: http://www.prepbaseballreport.com/news/IL/Midwest-Future-Games-Spotlight-Mitch-Trees-2436805971 Clammy June 7, 2014 this one is more current, last link from 2012: http://stlscouting.wordpress.com/2013/08/07/mitch-trees/ Josh June 7, 2014 The Jacob Moody pick is confusing, guess they see something. Didn’t pitch much and got rocked when he did.