#13 SS Trea Turner, NC State
#51 RHP Erick Fedde, UNLV
Erick Fedde was at one point a potential top five draft pick, but required Tommy John surgery early in the season. He hit 93 on the radar gun and flashed a plus slider before the injury. The 6'4 right hander will not be selected (only healthy options) in the first round by San Diego, but he could be selected as high as pick #9 (one of Toronto's two first round selections) or fall to the second or third round. The draft this year is very hard to predict, but if Fedde slides to 51, he'd be hard to pass up.
#86 OF Greg Allen, SDSU
Teams have a tendency to draft players located in their region. Greg Allen is a speedster (Allen and Turner at the top of a lineup could be 150+ steals) with good contact but little to no power. He reminds me quite a bit of Mallex Smith, who was selected in the fifth round of the 2012 draft. SDSU starter Michael Cederoth could also be a fit here.
#117 RHP AJ Vanegas, Stanford
A young and talented right handed pitcher, Stanford senior AJ Vanegas has twice declined signing with the teams that drafted him (San Diego - 7th round, Oakland - 19th round). His career at Stanford has been a cesspool of inconsistency and injury. The 6'3 right hander may have seen more time as a reliever than a starter, but could be an interesting project to take with a fourth round pick.