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Dbacks agree to terms with 25 Draft Picks

PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks  agreed to terms with 25 of their 40 selections from the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, as announced by D-backs Director, Scouting Deric Ladnier.

The players who have agreed to terms with the club are noted in bold below. The D-backs' first two selections, shortstop Dansby Swanson and left-handed pitcher Alex Young are participating in the College World Series are unable to sign until their season is complete.

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS 2015 DRAFT PICKS

Rd.

No.

Player

Pos.

B-T

Age

School

Signed

Assigned

Signed By

1

1

Dansby Swanson

INF

R-R

21

Vanderbilt University

2

43

Alex Young

LHP

L-L

21

Texas Christian University

3

76

Taylor Clarke

RHP

R-R

22

College of Charleston

June 12

Hillsboro

George Swain

4

106

Breckin Williams

RHP

R-R

21

University of Missouri

June 12

Hillsboro

Tony Piazza

5

136

Ryan Burr

RHP

R-R

21

Arizona State University

June 13

Hillsboro

Doyle Wilson

6

166

Tyler Mark

RHP

R-R

20

Concordia University-Irvine

7

196

Francis Christy

C

L-R

19

Palomar College

8

226

Kal Simmons

INF

R-R

21

Kennesaw State University

June 12

Missoula

TR Lewis

9

256

Pierce Romero

RHP

R-R

21

Santa Barbara City College

June 12 

AZL

Hal Kurtzman

10

286

Joey Armstrong

OF

R-R

21

University of Nevada-Las Vegas

June 12

Missoula

Doyle Wilson

11

316

Austin Byler

INF

L-R

22

University of Nevada-Reno

12

346

Wesley Rodriguez

RHP

R-R

18

George Washington (NY) HS

13

376

Jason Morozowski

OF

R-R

21

University of Mount Olive

June 12 

Missoula

George Swain

14

406

Luke Lowery

C

R-R

21

East Carolina University

June 12 

Missoula

George Swain

15

436

Justin Donatella

RHP

R-R

20

University of California-San Diego

16

466

Zach Nehrir

OF

R-R

22

Houston Baptist University

June 12 

Hillsboro

Rusty Pendergrass

17

496

Austin Mason

RHP

R-R

21

The Citadel-South Carolina College

June 12 

Missoula

George Swain

18

526

Daniel Comstock

C

R-R

21

Menlo College

19

556

Jacy Cave

RF

R-R

20

New Mexico JC

June 12 

AZL

Doyle Wilson

20

586

Will Lowman

LHP

R-L

20

Kennesaw State University

June 12 

Missoula

TR Lewis

21

616

Alexis Olmeda

C

R-R

21

Yavapai College

June 14 

AZL

Doyle Wilson

22

646

Zach Hoffpauir

OF

R-R

21

Stanford University

23

676

Logan Soole

OF

L-L

19

Monarch (Colo.) HS

June 12 

AZL

Doyle Wilson

24

706

Bryant Holtmann

LHP

R-L

22

Florida State University

June 13 

Missoula

Luke Wrenn

25

736

Stephen Dezzi

OF

L-R

22

University of Tampa

June 12 

Hillsboro

Luke Wrenn

26

766

Kirby Bellow

LHP

L-L

24

University of Texas

June 12 

AZL

Rusty Pendergrass

27

796

Cameron Gann

RHP

R-R

22

Stephen F. Austin State University

June 12 

Hillsboro

Rusty Pendergrass

28

826

Jesse Wilkening

C

R-R

19

Hanover Central (Ind.) HS

29

856

Keegan Long

RHP

R-R

21

St. Joseph's College

June 12 

Missoula

Rick Short

30

886

Jeff Smith

INF

R-R

22

Missouri Baptist College

June 12 

Missoula

Tony Piazza

31

916

Vance Vizcaino

INF

L-R

20

Stetson University

32

946

Bryan Hoeing

RHP

R-R

18

Batesville (Ind.) HS

33

976

Luis Silverio

OF

R-R

19

Eastern Florida State College

June 12 

AZL

Luke Wrenn

34

1,006

Jake Peevyhouse

OF

L-L

22

Arizona State University

June 12 

Missoula

Doyle Wilson

35

1,036

Quinnton Mack

OF

R-R

23

New Mexico State University

June 12 

Hillsboro

Doyle Wilson

36

1,066

Cameron Smith

LHP

L-L

22

Texas Tech University

June 12 

Missoula

JR Salinas

37

1,096

Max Brown

OF

R-R

22

Kansas State University

38

1,126

Josh Anderson

INF

R-R

22

Florida International University

June 13 

Hillsboro

Frank Damas

39

1,156

Georgie Salem

OF

L-R

21

University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa

40

1,186

Tucker Ward

RHP

R-R

23

University of Mobile

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