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MLB Draft 2014: Dodgers pick high school OF Hunter Bross in 34th round

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LOS ANGELES -- With their 34th round selection in the 2014 MLB Draft, the Dodgers drafted outfielder Hunter Bross out of Notre Dame High School in Scottsdale, Arizona, pick No. 1029 overall. Bross was one of just eight high school players drafted by the Dodgers in 40 picks this year.

Bross is the son of former major league pitcher Terry Bross, who pitched a total of 12 big league innings with the Mets in 1991 and the Giants in 1993.

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If the Dodgers can't convince Bross to sign, he will play college baseball at UNLV.

"He is a big 6'3, 6'4 centerfielder," UNLV head coach Tim Chambers said of Bross last November. "His dad played in the big leagues with our assistant coach Kevin Higgins. He is a big time athlete that can really throw from center and is coming into his own as a hitter."

Here is a look at Bross from April:

Credit the pick of Bross to Dodgers scout Dustin Yount.