Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
4 116 Baltimore Orioles Randy Henry RHP Ariz. $365,000
Hailing from Arnett, Okla., Henry was slated to attend Texas Tech after high school. But he blew out his elbow, missed his senior season after having Tommy John surgery and ended up at South Mountain (Ariz.) CC. He's played second base for the Cougars this year, but his future is likely on the mound. At 6-foot-3, Henry has clean mechanics from a three-quarter arm slot. Just 18 months removed from surgery, head coach Todd Eastin gave Henry a very soft landing this year, allowing him to pitch out of the bullpen. Over nine games, Henry pitched just 11 innings this season. Because of his limited time on the mound this year, Henry has been tough to see, but those that have seen him walked away impressed. His fastball has shown good life, sitting at 90 mph every time out and even touching 94-96 late in the year. While Henry threw mostly fastballs and changeups this year, when he regained the confidence to throw a breaking ball, scouts said it was an above-average pitch with great tilt and snap.
21 647 Philadelphia Phillies Chase Johnson RHP Ariz.
South Mountain righthander Chase Johnson is 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds. There's some effort to his delivery and he struggles to repeat his mechanics, but he can dial it up to 93 mph.
36 1095 New York Yankees Kyle Ottoson LHP Ariz.
40 1207 Los Angeles Dodgers Ryan Christenson LHP Ariz.
50 1500 Detroit Tigers Nico Rosthenhausler OF Ariz.
Outfielder Nico Rosthenhausler's father Ray was a first-round pick in the secondary phase of three drafts from 1983-84. Nico is a stocky 5-foot-11 and 200 pounds, yet has trimmed down significantly after busting his tail over the summer to lose the 50 pounds he ate on as a freshman. He's a lefthanded hitter who uses the entire field and is committed to Arizona.