The Major League Draft kicks off today at 03:00 PCT but the Dodgers won't be involved for quite a while as they gave up their number one pick to sign Orlando Hudson and didn't get one back when the Braves signed D Lowe. The first few picks of the Dodgers will go like this thanks to SilverWidow:
#36 Supplemental 1st round pick (for Derek Lowe)
#56 Braves' 2nd round pick (for Lowe)
#65 Dodgers' 2nd round pick
#96 Dodgers' 3rd round pick
Here are some excellent links to whet your appetite for the draft.
Baseball Analysts are covering every aspect of the draft, not just the Dodgers.
Andy Seiler did a fan post on SB Nations Minor League Baseball which has a review of the Logan White drafts, this is a great read from a different perspective. I wish he went into more detail on all the picks but this is a great read and one I recommend for anyone interested in how Logan White handles his drafts.
Brendan found this review of prior Dodger drafts by Fangraphs
To really make you appreciate how much Logan White means to the organization I did a review of the 1999 - 2001 draft pre - Logan White back in Sept of 2007.
Also back in Sept of 2007 and it needs to be updated I did a review of the 2002/2003 drafts
The current Dodger roster has the following players drafted by Logan White
1st James Loney - 1st round, 2002, 19th pick, High School
2nd Blake DeWitt - 1st round, 2004, 28th pick, High School
C Russell Martin - 17th round, 2002, 511th pick, Chipola College
CF Matt Kemp - 6th round, 2003, 181st pick, High School
SP Chad Billingsley - 1st round, 2003, 24th pick, High School
SP Clayton Kershaw - 1st round, 2006, 7th Pick, High School
SP Eric Stults - 15th round, 2002, 451st pick, Bethel College
SP James McDonald - 11th round, 2002, 311rd pick, Golden West College
RP - Jonathan Broxton - 2nd round, 2002, 60th pick, High School
RP - Corey Wade - 10th round, 2004, 298th pick, Kentucky Wesleyan College
Complete Dodger Draft provided by Baseball Reference from 2002 - 2008