Branden Kline, the Cavaliers' ace this season, was picked by the Baltimore Orioles in round two, 65th overall.
He is from Maryland and was drafted in 2009 by the Boston Red Sox in the sixth round out of high school. He chose to attend UVa instead, recording a dominant year as the Wahoo closer in 2011 before successfully moving to the starting rotation this year.
Kline was 7-3 with a 3.56 earned run average and 94 strikeouts in 2012. He improved his draft position by 133 spots by going to school.
Chris Taylor, a Virginia Beach native, was picked in the fifth round, 161st overall, by the Seattle Mariners.
The Cavs leadoff man and starting shortstop hit .284 and was third on the team with five home runs. He struggled defensively this season with 19 errors.
Stephen Bruno rounds out the trio. The third baseman led the team with a .370 batting average and 54 runs batted in, while also launching six home runs.
Bruno is from New Jersey and was drafted out of high school by the New York Yankees, going in the 26th round in 2009.
All three players have remaining college eligibility so will have decisions to make this summer.