Wilkerson was chosen in the eighth round (No. 241 overall pick) by the Baltimore Orioles, while Campbell was selected in the ninth round (No. 279 overall pick) by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Wilkerson, the first Tiger drafted by the Orioles since 2006 (Jason Berken), led or
tied for the 2014 team lead in doubles (18), homers (6), RBIs (42), total bases
(103) and slugging percentage (.502). He also hit .317 with eight steals on the
season. The three-time Second-Team All-ACC selection had 216 hits, 47 doubles, six
triples, 11 homers, 115 RBIs and 29 steals in 216 career games (185 starts) over
Campbell, the first Tiger chosen by the Dodgers since 2011 (Jeff Schaus), had a 4-0
record, eight saves, an 0.84 ERA and a .144 opponents' batting average along with 45
strikeouts in 32.0 innings pitched over 25 relief appearances in 2014. In 108.2
innings pitched over 78 relief appearances in his four-year career, he had a 7-3
record, 19 saves and a 2.73 ERA while allowing 66 hits (.175 opponents' batting
average) with 134 strikeouts. He is second in Tiger history in career hits per nine
innings pitched (5.47), second in strikeouts per nine innings pitched (11.10), third
in saves and tied for fourth in relief appearances.
The 2014 draft concludes Saturday with rounds 11-40.
Wilkerson, Campbell drafted
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