26. Justin Jones, LHP, Cal.
Here's his bio.
Find his stats here.
The last time the Twins had a Justin Jones, he didn't fare too well. And I had to post this when it popped up on google. Those were the days.....
27. Jerad Grundy, LHP, Kentucky
From Baseball America:
Grundy pitched sparingly at Miami in 2010 before transferring to Heartland (Ill.) CC last year and moving on to Kentucky this spring. He's attractive as a lefthander who can maintain a 90-91 mph for five innings, though he hasn't topped out at 94 this season as often as he has in the past. He has added some fastball life, and he still gets swings and misses with his slider. Grundy has improved his sinking changeup to give him an effective third pitch, but most scouts think he'll be a pro reliever because he's not big (6-foot-1, 200 pounds) and has a lot of effort in his delivery. His command and feel for pitching are average at best.
Here's his Wildcats bio
28. Carson Goldsmith, RHP, Northwestern St.
Teammate of Twins' third round pick Mason Melotakis - Melo, his friends call him.
It appears that he's a converted catcher.
29. Sean Hagen, LHP, St, John's
Here's his bio
Here's a story from a recent outing. There's a phrase in that story that Twins fans will definitely react to.
30. Bryan Santy, C, Washington
FYI, that's it from me for a while. I'm on my way down to the office, where I will shoot a video about the Twins' draft to be shown on the website later.