that a player from Morgantown/WVU will go is the first round today. Jedd Gyorko is WVU's all-time leader in a number of offensive categories (he's been in the program three years). This season he turned up his power and cranked 19 homers in 57 games. He's a shortstop but projects more as a second baseman or third baseman.
Just wondered if there are any other homebodys with as good a shot at going high up.
Oh, and it's a freaking shame that Duquesne is cutting its program after, what, something like 118 years?