Callis mentioned that the Twins "cleaned up on day one" and then "Minnesota crushed the Draft again in rounds 3-10 on Tuesday. It began by grabbing the top player left on the board, Louisiana prep right-hander Blayne Enlow ..... the Twins grabbed five Top 200 players on day two: Enlow, Clemson left-hander Charlie Barnes (fourth round, No. 149), Chipola (Fla.) JC third baseman Andrew Bechtold (fifth, No. 142), Puerto Rico high school shortstop Ricardo de la Torre (sixth, No. 190) and Central Arizona CC lefty Ryley Widell (seventh, No. 190). Barnes is a cerebral pitcher with the Draft's top changeup, while Widell also has a quality change."
One of the writers on minor league ball also mentioned that the Twins were "killing it"
Nice to see that kind of praise considering that many of us weren't thrilled with the draft, at least at first.