Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
18 537 San Francisco Giants Jonathan Walsh C Texas
Coppell High ranked No. 5 in Baseball America's preseason Top 50, but the team and its top prospects--catcher Jonathan Walsh, shortstop Chad Kettler and outfielder Jacob Morris--underachieved this spring. Walsh continued to show power from both sides of the plate, but he struggled with his throwing and receiving. The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder has enough athleticism to move to another position and may have to do if he attends Texas, which already has an offensive-minded catcher in Cameron Rupp.
24 727 Los Angeles Dodgers Chad Kettler SS Texas
Coppell High ranked No. 5 in Baseball America's preseason Top 50, but the team and its top prospects--catcher Jonathan Walsh, shortstop Chad Kettler and outfielder Jacob Morris--underachieved this spring. Kettler has the fewest tools among Coppell's stars but gets the most out of them. He's a 6-foot-1, 210-pounder with pop from both sides of the plate, and his lack of speed will dictate a position change. His hands and arm strength lead some scouts to believe he could make a nice catching prospect. He has committed to Oklahoma.
35 1042 Washington Nationals Jacob Morris OF Texas
Coppell High ranked No. 5 in Baseball America's preseason Top 50, but the team and its top prospects--catcher Jonathan Walsh, shortstop Chad Kettler and outfielder Jacob Morris--underachieved this spring. Morris has the best tools among the trio but has a reputation for doing more in showcases than games. A 6-foot-3, 196-pounder with five-tool potential, he's also a switch-hitter who struggles against quality pitching. He has committed to Arizona State.