With most of the A and B type free agents signed we can get a pretty good idea of how the early rounds of the 2011 draft are going to shake out, at least for the AL East. The only Type-A free agent left is Carl Pavano. There are 3 Type-B left: Felipe Lopez, Aaron Heilman and Chad Qualls. Qualls was a Ray last season, so if/when he signs the Rays would get another supplemental round pick between the first and the second round. And, as mentioned below in the comments, the Red Sox would get another supplemental pick when Lopez signed.
So how many picks will each AL East team get by the end of the second round?
Rays: Tampa Bay has an amazing 11 picks before the end of the second round. They could get one more if Qualls signs.
In the Supplemental Round they get 6 picks for Type-A's Carl Crawford, Rafael Soriano, Grant Balfour and for Type-B's Joaquin Benoit, Randy Choate and Brad Hawpe.
In the Second Round they get 2 picks. One from Oakland for signing Grant Balfour and their own.
Blue Jays: We get 7 picks by the end of the second round.
We only get our own pick, number 21 in the first round.
We get 4 Supplemental round picks for Type-A, Scott Downs and Type-B's John Buck, Miguel Olivo, and Kevin Gregg.
And we get 2 Second Round picks, one from the Angels for Scott Downs and our own.
Red Sox: They get 5 picks by the end of the second round.
In the first round they get the 19th pick form Detroit for Victor Martinez and the 26th pick from Texas for Adrian Beltre.
They get 2 supplemental round picks for Type-A free agents Victor Martinez and Adrian Beltre.
They get their own pick in the second round.
Orioles: They get 2 picks in the first two rounds, their own picks. But their first round pick is the 4th pick overall.
Yankees: They get 2 picks before the end of the second round.
They get a Supplemental pick for Type-B free agent Javy Vazquez and their own pick in the second round.