7 Bruins get selected in the MLB draft:Seven Bruins were selected, led by junior left-hander Dave Huff, who went 39th overall as the first pick of the Cleveland Indians, who nabbed him in the supplemental first round. The only other time UCLA had as many player selected through 18 rounds was in 2000, when the Bruins went on to have an NCAA-record 12players drafted.
Among the seven UCLA draftees was one who wasn't even a member of this season's resurgent Bruins. , who had their season end over the weekend in the NCAA regionals.Jarrad Page, who was a seventh-round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in this year's NFL draft, was drafted for the third time as a baseball player, being taken in the seventh round by the Angels. Page was an outfielder for UCLA in 2004 and 2005, batting .149 with one home run and nine RBIs in his final season. More on the huge day for the Bruin baseball team from the Daily Bruin. Coach Savage has some recruiting to do and we have confidence in him that he will get it done. The way he has turned around this program in two seasons merits that confidence.