Liuzza was chosen in the 30th round (910th pick) by the Chicago Cubs and Determann was selected in the 35th round (1068th pick) by the Boston Red Sox.
The 50-round draft began on Tuesday with the first 18 rounds and concluded Wednesday with the final 32 rounds.
Four LSU players were selected on Tuesday -- senior outfielder Ryan Patterson (fourth round, Toronto); junior left-handed pitcher Greg Smith (sixth round, Arizona); senior outfielder Nick Stavinoha (seventh round, St. Louis); and senior infielder Clay Harris (ninth round, Philadelphia).
Liuzza, a Metairie, La. native, has started 159 games behind the plate for LSU in three seasons. His career batting average is .301 (178-for-592) with 32 doubles, 16 homers, 105 runs and 95 RBI.
Liuzza's best offensive season came in 2004, when he hit .328 (75-for-229) with 14 doubles, nine homers and 45 RBI. He batted .251 (43-for-171) this season with 10 doubles, three homers and 24 RBI.
Determann, a Baton Rouge native, was named the 2005 SEC Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year with a 3.781 GPA in biology. He was also voted to the ESPN The Magazine second-team Academic All-America squad.
Determann received his undergraduate degree last month, and he has been accepted to the LSU Medical School in New Orleans.
Determann has a 19-5 career record and nine saves in 69 appearances (11 starts) at LSU. He has worked 213 innings, recording 40 walks and 178 strikeouts.
Determann was 5-0 this season with a 2.30 ERA and seven saves. He recorded 12 walks and 74 strikeouts in 62.2 innings, making 27 appearances (one start).
Liuzza, Determann taken in draft's second day
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