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Yesterday, the Chicago Cubs took what, to many, was a big reach when they took Hayden Simpson with their first round pick.

So now that Day Two is complete—who has been picked by the Chicago Cubs?

Round Two: Reggie Golden, OF

Golden, hailing from Wetumpka High School, is still deciding whether or not to move to the minor leagues or officially sign with the University of Alabama, where he has a full scholarship.

In 2010, Golden batted .460 with 28 runs, five home runs, and 24 RBI.  He said he was expecting to go within the first 35 picks.

Round Three: Micah Gibbs, C

Gibbs is a junior at Louisiana State University, where he batted .388 with 47 runs with 10 home runs and 60 RBI.

Round Four: Hunter Ackerman, LHP

Ackerman pitched for Louisberg College last season and pitched very well.  He went 8-1 with a 1.41 ERA and 92 strikeouts in 57 2/3 innings.

Round Five: Matt Szczur, OF

Szczur may be a messed up name, but he was the second fastest player according to Baseball America and the 19th best centerfielder.  Last season, he batted .443 and earned All Big-East honors.

Round Six: Ivan De Jesus, CF

De Jesus, no relation to first base coach Ivan DeJesus, has been part of multiple championship teams in Puerto Rico, being on championship teams in both 15-under and 16-under levels.

Round Seven: Benjamin Wells, RHP

Although Wells has signed with Arkansas already, the Cubs will hope to change his mind.  He recently lead his high school team to a state championship by pitching a five-inning perfect game.

Round Eight: Cameron Greathouse, LHP

Greathouse went 10-2 with a 3.06 ERA in his most recent season as a sophomore at Gulf Coast Community College in Florida.

Round Nine: Kevin Rhoderick

Rhoderick was the All Pac-10 Conference Honorable Mention last season, going 2-2 with a 3.13 ERA and four saves.

Round 10: Aaron Kurcz, RHP

The first pitcher the Chicago Cubs took with a relationship to Bryce Harper, Kurcz played on the same team as Harper this previous season.  He struck out with 52 in 35 innings and held opponents to a .225 batting average.

To see the rest of the Chicago Cubs’ draft picks, visit The Daily Cub.

I’m Joe W.

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