Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
28 848 Milwaukee Brewers Brandon Garcia C Nev.
Lefthander Brandon Garcia, who has bumped 90 mph as the team's sixth pitcher, has accepted a scholarship offer from Southern California, which likes him as a hitter as well.
38 1159 Los Angeles Angels John Rickard C Nev.
Catcher Johnny Rickard, whose younger brother Joey plays outfield for Gorman, committed to Division II Dixie State (Utah) and has above-average receiving ability, handling premium velocity from the deep Gorman staff, as well as an average arm.
40 1219 Los Angeles Angels Donn Roach RHP Nev.
Bishop Gorman has become the premier program in Las Vegas, and Roach was the team's top player and prospect this spring, helping lead it to a third consecutive state championship. He's slightly more physical than last year's ace, righthander Taylor Cole (now at CC of Southern Nevada), and throws a bit harder than Cole did in high school, sitting 90-93 mph with his fastball. He's touched a bit higher also throws a curveball, changeup and split-finger fastball, and while none of his secondary pitches grades out as above-average consistently, all are playable and he commands them well. Most scouts rate the curve as his best secondary pitch, with future above-average potential. At 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, he resembles Cole in that he's on the small side for a prep righthander, but his arm works, he's loose and athletic, and his mechanics are cleaner than those of Cole. He's an Arizona signee who might need third-round money to sign and keep him from going to college.