Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
11 348 Arizona Diamondbacks Kyle Greene 3B Idaho
Kyle Greene put up impressive numbers with a .428/.509/.838 line with 19 homers, 30 doubles and 94 RBIs. Like Mills, he's played both corner infield spots and he has a fringe-average arm and enough athleticism to give third a whirl as a pro. He's a solid hitter with strength who may lack the bat speed to hit for significant power with wood.
16 484 Oakland Athletics Matt Fitts RHP Idaho
As an eligible sophomore, Fitts didn't sign last year as the Astros' 15th-round pick, returning to Lewis-Clark State to help the Warriors try to win yet another NAIA national championship. He has won all 11 of his decisions and won the super-regional clincher for the Warriors. A high school teammate of UC Davis closer Justin Fitzgerald, and yet another Northern California prep product who figures to go high out of college this year, Fitts profiles as a back of the rotation starter. A Long Beach State transfer, Fitts has athleticism in his compact 6-foot-2 frame that allows him to throw quality strikes with three average pitches. His fastball is unremarkable but sits in the 91-92 mph range deep into pitch counts. He's not afraid to pitch inside, with 22 HBPs in just 14 starts. His slider is a swing-and-miss pitch at the college level and could use a bit more depth for pro ball to be a strikeout pitch. His changeup gives him a solid third offering. Fitts can be a bit home run prone and won't be an ace but should move quickly.
22 655 Kansas City Royals Blaine Hardy LHP Idaho
Lefthander Blaine Hardy throws strikes with a fastball that reaches 90 mph but more frequently sits in the 86-87 range. His breaking balls are short for the lefthanded reliever role and he fits better as a senior sign.
26 793 Detroit Tigers Brent Wyatt SS Idaho
32 958 Florida Marlins Wayman Gooch RHP Idaho