Players signed indicated in Bold

Round Overall Team Player Position State Bonus
4 140 St. Louis Cardinals Kenny Peoples-Walls SS Calif. $200,000
Middle infielder Kenny Peoples has above-average speed and a knack for making contact. He's a bit undersized and has below-average power, but he has good hand-eye coordination, which helps him hit despite a swing that fails to utilize his lower half effectively. While he plays shortstop in high school, scouts agree that his range, arm strength and actions fit better at second. Peoples lacks polish and has questionable instincts, but his athleticism and chance for an average bat should get him drafted between the seventh and 12th rounds.
10 314 Los Angeles Dodgers Jamaal Moore LHP Calif.
Lefthander Jamaal Moore was limited by elbow problems for much of the spring, but he picked up a little steam late in the spring. Loose and athletic but raw, Moore projects to add velocity to his 86-88 mph fastball in time.
13 402 New York Mets Robert Gsellman RHP Calif.