The White Sox are considering themselves pretty lucky after arguably the top collegiate prospect in the entire draft, North Carolina State pitcher Carlos Rodon, fell to them at No. 3.
But that's not the only pick that has got White Sox GM Rick Hahn excited.
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"The kid we got in the second round, a high school righty named Spencer Adams, was someone who was projected to be gone well before we picked at 44, and we were thrilled to be able to get him," Hahn said. "And we followed him up with a kid named Jace Fry out of Oregon State, who was the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year. He's a left-handed pitcher who's projected to move fairly quickly. Those first three really addressed an organizational need for us and are going to be a nice shot in the arm for the organization."
See what else Hahn had to say about the draft, including how trades could alter the landscape of the selection process, in the video above.