In his first mock draft, ESPN's Keith Law projects the Orioles to select Oklahoma high school pitcher Dylan Bundy with the fourth overall pick. Law knows a heck of a lot more about the draft than I do, but I did mention in this space earlier this month that if Bundy is still available when they pick, the Orioles will be awfully intrigued. I said that for two reasons: One, Orioles director of amateur scouting Joe Jordan lives in Oklahoma and has been watching Bundy, whose fastball is the mid to high 90s, for several years. Two, Bundy's older brother, Bobby, is in the organization, pitching for the Single-A Frederick Keys, so the Orioles know the family and probably what it would take to sign the talented right-hander. But would Jordan, who is in the final year of his contract, take another high school pitcher when he got so much criticism for selecting the rehabbing Matt Hobgood with the fifth overall pick in 2009? Jordan has said since Day One that he'll take the guy the club foresees developing into the best player, but as good as Bundy might be -- and I've heard nothing but rave reviews -- he might be a tough sell for a fan base that is waiting for the organization to prove that it wants to win now, not several years down the road. There are also a handful of college starters who are projected as early first-round picks.