Well there's 280 D-I baseball programs or so, and I bet you're thinking about talent from the top programs rather than focusing on the bottom half.
I picked the Southern Conference at random. Elon has finished first in the conference 3 or the previous 4 years. In the last four drafts from 2008-2011 covering those seasons, they had 20 players drafted, two less than Miami-Dade. Those players were picked, on average, in the 27th round. Miami-Dade's were picked, on average, in the 25th round.
That's a leading team in a crappy D-I conference. I think that blue911, if not right, is probably pretty close.
If you get into all the crappy teams, Miami-Dade's talent is FAR better. Davidson, the SoCon cellar dweller, has had just 5 players drafted since 2008.