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6/8/2013 4:04 P.M. ET

Angels take Blake Goins in 12th round

Right-hander Blake Goins' solid season leading up to the Draft had him shooting up draft boards.

He was taken in the 12th round of the First-Year Player Draft on Saturday.

His fastball sits in the low 90s and occasionally reaches 94 mph. His best pitch is a slider that features hard, late tilt, and he has shown a good feel for his changeup. He displayed strong command of his pitches at Pearland High School in Texas and with the Columbia Angels select team, and he shows a good feel for pitching.

The main concerns with Goins are that he is 6 feet tall, already filled out and lacks plane on his fastball, leading some to project him more as a reliever at the next level. But his curveball also has some bite to it, and he can be effective by mixing his two-seamer with sharper off-speed stuff.

Goins has committed to the University of Texas and may tough to sign, being that he calls UT his "dream school." Goins tossed a no-hitter in April in Pearland's second-to-last game of the 2013 regular season.

Angels snag Wesely to start Day 3

For a high school pitcher out of California, left-hander Jonah Wesely is a well-polished product.

The Tracy High School product is physically maxed out at 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, and he already has an excellent understanding of the game. He was named to Rawlings' 2013 All-America first team and is committed to play at UCLA next season.

The Angels drafted him in the 11th round of the First-Year Player Draft on Saturday.

So while scouts can't add much projection to his game, Wesely stood out as one of the better high school left-handers in this year's Draft class.

His fastball sits in the upper 80s, and he occasionally pushes it into the low 90s (he was clocked as high as 92 mph at the Perfect Game National Showcase). Wesely has a good slider and changeup, and he controls all three of his pitches well.

The southpaw's aggressiveness is another aspect of his game that has many believing all three of his pitches have the potential to be Major League-average offerings.

Angels pick up shortstop Rosa in 13th round

The Angels broke away from their pitcher-heavy draft in the 13th round of the First-Year Player Draft, when they selected Angel Rosa, a shortstop from Alcorn State University in Mississippi, on Saturday.

Rosa, listed at 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, is also a product of the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy.

The shortstop hit .294 and stole 17 bases (21 attempts) last season at Alcorn State.

Angels draft OF Good in 14th round

In the 14th round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft on Saturday, the Angels selected center fielder Riley Good.

A junior from the University of Texas-San Antonio, Good was a 2012 preseason second-team All-Southland Conference selection.

In 2011, he was a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American.

As a junior in 2013, Good was second on his team with a .335 batting average. He also had a .450 slugging percentage.

Angels make Hinshaw 15th-round pick

Following the 14th round selection of Riley Good, the Angels selected another center fielder, Chad Hinshaw in the 15th round.

Hinshaw, a senior at Illinois State University, started all 58 of his teams games and hit .298.

The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Hinshaw was a member of the All-Missouri Valley Conference defensive team.

William Boor is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.