Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
18 558 Colorado Rockies Aaron Jones C Ore.
Aaron's brother, Chris, played two years for George Horton when he was the head coach at Cal State Fullerton. A 6-foot-1, 195-pound draft-eligible sophomore, Jones is a good athlete. A 38th-round pick by the Red Sox in 2010, Jones spent his freshman season in right field for the Ducks but returned to his high school position as catcher for part of this season. He has some things to smooth out defensively, but has above-average arm strength. At the plate, Jones has a little bit of a loop to his swing but does have some strength. If a team likes what they've seen out of Jones behind the plate, he could get a chance this year. But if teams think he's going to have to stay in right field, they'll likely want to see more out of his bat. Jones was mostly the team's designated hitter late in the season, as he recovered from a high ankle sprain.
27 832 Cincinnati Reds Joey Housey RHP Ore.
27 842 Tampa Bay Rays Alex Keudell RHP Ore.
Keudell did not sign with the Twins as a 38th-round draft pick last year, returned to the Ducks and has been the team's ace as a senior. He was named Pacific-12 Conference pitcher of the year after going 10-4, 2.12 with 65 strikeouts and 26 walks over 110 innings. He gets things done mostly with funk and deception. His fastball sits in the 85-87 mph range and tops out at 89. He gets good sink on his pitches, but scouts aren't in love with his delivery. Keudell mixes in a slider and a changeup and stays away from the middle of the plate, as he gave up just one home run all season.