Rosen (pictured above) was Baseball America's top choice among Cougars at No. 302. BA pegged Chleborad at No. 325 and Tanielu at No. 427.
Roberts, a redshirt sophomore from Missoula, Mont., hit .289 with one home run and 21 RBIs in 50 games. Tanielu, a redshirt sophomore from Federal Way, led the Cougars with a .340 batting average (sixth in the Pac-12 Conference), 16 doubles (tied for third in the Pac-12) and 33 RBIs. The all-conference player hit one home run in 53 games. Rosen, a junior from Oak Harbor, hit .294 with 28 RBIs and a team-high five home runs in 54 games. He made all-conference honorable mention.
Chleborad, a junior from Rapid City, S.D., compiled a 4-7 record with a 3.84 earned run average in 15 games (all starts). In 89 innings, he gave up 96 hits, struck out 54 and walked 21.
The draft begins Thursday with the first two rounds and supplemental rounds. On Friday, rounds three through 10 unfold, followed by 11 through 50 on Saturday when the draft concludes.
Other Cougars who may be drafted include pitchers J.D. Leckenby (injured all season) and Joe Pistorese, shortstop Trace Tam Sing and outfielder-catcher Collin Slaybaugh. Jason Monda, once a highly regarded outfielder prospect, has said he intends to enter medical school and not play professionally.
Slaybaugh today was named the Pac-12 Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year, marking the fourth time in the last seven years that a Cougar has earned the honor. He owns a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Earlier this week, Slaybaugh and Monda were named first-team Pac-12 All-Academic, while sophomore Matt Mendenhall was selected to the second team and junior Sam Triece received honorable mention. A week ago, Slaybaugh was named second-team Academic All-American by CoSIDA for the second time.