ATWATER - Dylan Floro won't stray too far from his computer today.
The recent Buhach Colony graduate will be following the second day of the Major League Baseball amateur draft.
At some point, Floro will likely see his name pop up on the screen.
"It's exciting to watch," said Floro, who watched the first three rounds of the draft with family and friends on Tuesday.
"I thought I might go toward the end of the second round or in the third, but it didn't work out.
"Hopefully it will work out (today)."
The fourth round is scheduled to start at 9 a.m.
Floro has been busy the last few weeks working out for teams.
The right-handed pitcher has thrown bullpens for the St. Louis Cardinals in Los Angeles, the Tampa Bay Rays in Sacramento and he flew to Seattle to work out for the Mariners.
"It's been pretty cool," Floro said. "I've got to pitch in some stadiums. It's not the first time, but it's still a lot of fun."
Pitching in front of baseball scouts is nothing new to Floro.
A flock of radar guns have been following him around all season.
Scouts like his 92 mph fastball, sharp breaking ball and pinpoint control.
Floro also has a baseball scholarship waiting for him at Cal State Fullerton.
"It'll be a sense of relief when I get drafted, but I still have to get what I want," Floro said.
"That could take all through the summer. There could be more waiting because I don't know what I'll do."
Shawn Jansen is a Sun-Star sports reporter. He can be reached at 385-2462 or via e-mail at email@example.com.