28 From ACC Chosen on Day 2 of 2023 MLB Draft

ACC logoGREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – After 12 Atlantic Coast Conference student-athletes were picked on Day 1 of the 2023 Major League Baseball Draft, 28 players heard their names called on Day 2 with Rounds 3-10 concluding Monday afternoon. Overall, 40 ACC players have been selected in this year’s Draft.

Five standouts landed in the third round, headlined by Virginia Tech outfielder Jack Hurley who was selected 80th overall to Arizona. Wake Forest right-hander Seth Keener followed at No. 84 to the Chicago White Sox, while Boston College outfielder followed at No. 90 to St. Louis. The Demon Deacons made it five picks in the Top 100 when righty Teddy McGraw went 92nd overall to Seattle, while Miami outfielder CJ Kayfus landed 93rd overall to Cleveland.

A nation-leading nine Wake Forest players have been selected in the Draft, while Miami follows with six players. Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech and Louisville have seen three players apiece come off the board. The Cleveland Guardians have selected six ACC players, as 21 MLB teams have selected at least one ACC student-athlete.

The 2023 MLB Draft concludes Tuesday with rounds 11 through 20 beginning at 2 p.m.

2023 MLB Draft Picks from the ACC

Day 2 Selections


3/80 – Jack Hurley, OF, Virginia Tech, Arizona Diamondbacks

3/84 – Seth Keener, RHP, Wake Forest, Chicago White Sox

3/90 – Travis Honeyman, OF, Boston College, St. Louis Cardinals

3/92 – Teddy McGraw, RHP, Wake Forest, Seattle Mariners

3/93 – CJ Kayfus, OF, Miami, Cleveland Guardians

4/125 – Cooper Ingle, C/OF, Clemson, Cleveland Guardians

4/127 – Wyatt Crowell, LHP, Florida State, Los Angeles Dodgers

4C/132 – Kristian Campbell, SS, Georgia Tech, Boston Red Sox

5/144 – Alejandro Rosario, RHP, Miami, Texas Rangers

5/151 – Connelly Early, LHP, Virginia, Boston Red Sox

5/158 – Zach Levenson, OF, Miami, St. Louis Cardinals

5/161 – Christian Knapczyk, SS, Louisville, Cleveland Guardians

5/163 – Joe Vetrano, 1B, Boston College, Los Angeles Dodgers

6/168 – Ethan O’Donnell, OF, Virginia, Cincinnati Reds

6/170 – Bennett Lee, C, Wake Forest, Detroit Tigers

6/173 – Jake DeLeo, OF, Georgia Tech, Miami Marlins

6/174 – Camden Minacci, RHP, Wake Forest, Los Angeles Angels

6/188 – Tommy Hawke, OF, Wake Forest, Cleveland Guardians

6/191 – Jay Beshears, INF, Duke, San Diego Padres

7/198 – Dominic Pitelli, INF, Miami, Cincinnati Reds

7/212 – Tate Kuehner, LHP, Louisville, Milwaukee Brewers

7/218 – Alex Mooney, SS, Duke, Cleveland Guardians

8/226 – Jackson Finley, RHP/INF, Georgia Tech, Oakland Athletics

8/247 – Ryan Hawks, RHP, Louisville, Seattle Mariners

9/275 – Christian Worley, RHP, Virginia Tech, St. Louis Cardinals

10/289 – Justin Johnson, INF, Wake Forest, Kansas City Royals

10/298 – Ryan Ammons, LHP, Clemson, Boston Red Sox

10/303 – Adam Boucher, RHP, Duke, Tampa Bay Rays

Day 1 Selections


1/7 — Rhett Lowder, RHP, Wake Forest, Cincinnati Reds

1/14 — Kyle Teel, C, Virginia, Boston Red Sox

1/18 – Brock Wilken, 3B, Wake Forest, Milwaukee Brewers

2/40 – Yohandy Morales, 3B, Miami, Washington Nationals

2/46 – Sean Sullivan, LHP, Wake Forest, Colorado Rockies

2/48 – LuJames Groover III, 3B, NC State, Arizona Diamondbacks

2/53 – Mac Horvath, OF, North Carolina, Baltimore Orioles

2/59 – Drue Hackenberg, RHP, Virginia Tech, Atlanta Braves

2/60 – Jake Gelof, 3B, Virginia, Los Angeles Dodgers

CB-B/62 – Andrew Walters, RHP, Miami, Cleveland Guardians

CB-B/63 – Jackson Baumeister, RHP, Florida State, Baltimore Orioles

CB-B/64 – Caden Grice, LHP/INF, Clemson, Arizona Diamondbacks