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2011 MLB Draft Results: Full List Of Seattle Mariners Picks From Second Day

We're over halfway done with the 2011 MLB Draft, but the beat goes on again on Wednesday as the marathon finally comes to a close. With 50 rounds of picks, and over 1,000 prospects to track, keeping an eye on the MLB Draft is a daunting task, but thankfully we have plenty of tools at our disposal. We know the Mariners took left-handed pitcher Danny Hutlzen first, and added his battery-mate early in the second day. Outside of the first few picks, though, it's tough to get a read on exactly who these guys are.

We made note of some of the interesting second day picks on Tuesday, including the run on catchers early that included Kevin Cron, a power-hitting high schooler who will likely end up at a different position. But the Mariners weren't done with the catcher position, and took a shotgun approach to adding organizational depth at a spot its desperately needed. Brad Miller, a shortstop from Clemson, became the Mariners second pick in the draft when his name was called at No. 62.

The rest of the day was filled with names and faces, many of whom only a select few following the draft knew. In a way, that's the beauty of the MLB Draft. Most of these prospects come from relative anonymity, making it like opening a present on Christmas, though 90 percent of the time that present turns out to be coal.

With that in mind, here is the list of prospects the Seattle Mariners took on the second day of the 2011 MLB Draft.

62 Miller, Bradley Clemson SS L/R 6'02" 185 1989-10-18 JR
92 Cron, Kevin Mountain Pointe HS (AZ) 1B R/R 6'05" 245 1993-02-17 HS
121 Capps, Carter Mount Olive College RHP R/R 6'05" 220 1990-08-07 JR
123 Hicks, John Virginia C R/R 6'02" 190 1989-08-31 JR
153 Marlette, Tyler Hagerty HS (FL) C R/R 5'11" 195 1993-01-23 HS
183 Zamarripa, James Rancho Cucamonga HS (CA) CF L/L 5'10" 190 1993-09-17 HS
213 Proscia, Steven Virginia 3B R/R 6'02" 210 1990-06-26 JR
243 Smith, Carson Texas State RHP R/R 6'06" 205 1989-10-19 JR
273 Cohoes, Cavan Patch HS SS R/R 6'02" 185 1993-05-03 HS
303 Paolini, Daniel Siena College 2B R/R 6'00" 190 1989-10-11 JR
333 Hobson, Cameron Dayton LHP L/L 6'00" 190 1989-04-10 JR
363 Dowd, Michael Franklin Pierce University C R/R 5'08" 205 1990-04-10 JR
393 Austin, Jamal Alabama - Birmingham CF R/R 5'09" 180 1990-08-26 JR
423 Weiss, Cody La Salle RHP R/R 5'10" 195 1990-08-14 JR
453 McGee, Michael Florida State CF R/R 6'00" 185 1988-03-07 SR
483 Marder, Jack Oregon C R/R 5'11" 185 1990-02-21 SO
513 Melendres, Nathan Miami CF R/R 5'10"
1990-04-04 JR
543 Valenza, Nicholas Horizon HS (AZ) LHP R/L 5'10" 180 1993-03-31 HS
573 Guarnaccia, Luke Palm Beach CC C S/R 5'11" 210 1992-07-11 J1
603 Hazlett, Dillon Emporia St U 2B R/R 5'11" 190 1989-01-22 SR
633 DiRocco, Joseph Seton Hall RHP R/R 6'01" 200 1988-09-19 SR
663 Taylor, John U South Carolina Columbia RHP R/R 5'10" 175 1989-03-27 SR
693 White, Richard No School RHP R/R 5'11"
1993-02-01 NS
723 Chleborad, Tanner Stevens HS (SD) RHP R/R 6'06" 185 1992-11-04 HS
753 Saquilon, Gabriel Horizon Christian HS (CA) RHP R/R 6'00"
1993-06-07 HS
783 Straus, Kenneth Georgia Perimeter College 3B L/R 6'00" 190 1990-08-07 J2
813 Colvin, David Pomona-Pitzer Colleges RHP R/R 6'03" 215 1989-01-07 SR
843 Shankin, Brett Wayne State RHP R/R 6'00" 200 1989-10-30 SR
873 Kela, Keone Chief Sealth HS (WA) RHP R/R 6'01" 190 1993-04-16 HS
903 Pries, Jordan Stanford RHP S/R 6'01"
1990-01-27 JR

We'll be tracking the day's events and will have more on the Mariners' picks in our 2011 MLB Draft StoryStream. For a local look at what the Mariners are planning, head over to SB Nation's Lookout Landing.