The Major League Draft wraps up today (Wednesday) with 30 more rounds. The Brewers took seven players in Day Two, for a total of ten so far — and Tuesday’s selections included Oregon State catcher and first baseman K-J Harrison in Round Three. He homered twice in two games at last weekend’s N-C-A-A Super Regionals while leading his team to the College World Series in Omaha. Milwaukee also drafted three college pitchers, a high school hurler, a prep infielder, and two college infielders. That group included two players from the University of Utah — third baseman Dallas Carroll and pitcher Jayson Rose — plus Louisville shortstop Devin Hairston, a teammate of the Brewers’ first round draft choice from last year, Corey Ray.