Phillies Draft Picks 2012: Philadelphia Selects 15 Players In Rounds 2-15 On Day 2

Day 2 of the 2012 MLB Draft wrapped up Tuesday with Rounds 2-15. The Philadelphia Phillies selected two more high schoolers in Round 2: outfielder Dylan Cozen from Arizona and right-handed pitcher Alec Rash out of Iowa. In Round 3 they targeted Zachary Green, a shortstop out of California.

Here are the rest of the Phillies' selections on Tuesday:

Round 4, No. 158: Christopher Serritella, 1B, Southern Illinois

Round 5, No. 188: Andrew Pullin, OF, Centralia HS, WA

Round 6, No. 218: Cameron Perkins, 3B, Purdue

Round 7, No. 248: Hoby Milner, LHP, Texas

Round 8, No. 278: Josh Ludy, C, Baylor

Round 9, No. 308: Jordon Guth, RHP, Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Round 10, No. 338: Kevin Brady, RHP, Clemson

Round 11, No. 368: William Carmona, 3B, Stony Brook

Round 12, No. 398: Zachary Taylor, OF, Armstrong Atlantic St.

Round 13, No. 428: Steven Golden, CF, St. Francis HS, CA

Round 14, No. 458: Richard Bielski, RHP, Servite HS, CA

Round 15, No. 488: Zach Cooper, RHP, Central Michigan

The 2012 MLB Draft will conclude on Wednesday with Round 16-40.

For more on the MLB Draft and the Phillies, please be sure to check out our blog The Good Phight and SB Nation Philly. Stay tuned to the indispensable Baseball Nation for even more updates and analysis from the 2012 MLB Draft.

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