The last time the Giants owned the No. 10 pick in the MLB draft, they selected Madison Bumgarner back in 2007. The year before, they took Tim Lincecum in the same slot.
Those two pitchers will go down as two of the most important Giants of all time. The team owns the No. 10 pick once again this year, and they certainly need to make a splash.
"As an organization I think our relative strength is on the pitching side. We're looking to augment the overall hit tools in our organization," Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi recently said to the San Francisco Chronicle's Henry Schulman.
Here's what multiple outlets across the country expect the Giants to do with their top pick in Monday's draft.
Baseball America/CBS: Hunter Bishop, OF, Arizona State University
Both outlets have the Giants taking Bishop, a power-hitting center fielder out of ASU. He's a local talent from Palo Alto who starred at Serra High School before playing collegiately for the Sun Devils.
"Bishop had a huge spring after making some mechanical changes last summer that unlocked his natural power," CBS' Mike Axisa writes. "With good defense and speed, landing Bishop with the No. 10 pick would be a real nice coup for a Giants team that needs to start building its next offensive core."
Bishop, 6-foot-5 and 210 pounds, hit .344 as a junior this season with 22 home runs, and he stole 12 bases.
Bleacher Report: Bryson Stott, SS, UNLV
Stott has previously been linked to the Giants. The 21-year-old is considered the best college middle infielder, and one can assume he could have a quick road to the show.
Last summer, Stott was the USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team starting shortstop. This season, Stott impressed with a .356 batting average and 10 home runs.
"Stott looks like the perfect replacement for a declining Brandon Crawford," Bleacher Report's Joel Reuter writes.
MLB.com: Josh Jung, 3B, Texas Tech University
Jonathan Mayo believes the Giants' pick "could be a Jung vs. Bryson Stott (UNLV) debate in terms of college bats."
The previous college bats mentioned are left-handed. Jung, however, is a right-handed power hitter who could be a better fit at Oracle Park. He hit .340 with 11 home runs this season as a junior.
Jung knocked 29 homers in his college career and had a 1.022 OPS.
FanGraphs: C.J. Abrams, SS, Blessed Trinity High School
Here's the first real surprise when looking at Giants selections in mock drafts. Most outlets have Abrams going much higher, but there's an understandable reason why FanGraphs believes he could slide: money.
"It’s somewhat baffling for this talented of a player to be slipping this late, but it was the number one topic every team and agent wanted to discuss while researching this mock," the site writes.
Abrams hit .410 as a senior, according to MaxPreps, and stole 100 bases in four years playing varsity baseball.