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Three Cowboys Selected on Day 3 of MLB Draft

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As the long and arduous process that is Major League Baseball’s Draft came to an end on Wednesday, three more Cowboys heard their names called. Junior third baseman Garrett Benge, junior right-handed pitcher Blake Battenfield and sophomore left-handed pitcher Carson Teel were all selected.

On Day 1, the Cowboys saw their two highest-rated high school signees taken in Stillwater’s Ryan Vilade and Southmoore’s Conner Uselton. On Day 2, senior pitchers Trey Cobb and Tyler Buffett were picked, as well as junior All-Big 12 outfielder Garrett McCain.

Here’s a look at the Cowboys who were selected as well as the incoming signees who were picked.

Current Cowboys Drafted
Player Pick Round Team Position Year
Tyler Buffett 167 6th Cincinnati Reds RHP Senior
Trey Cobb 247 8th New York Mets RHP Senior
Garrett McCain 305 10th Detroit Tigers OF Junior
Garrett Benge 401 13th Boston Red Sox IF Junior
Blake Battenfield 507 17th Chicago White Sox RHP Junior
Carson Teel 1,121 27th Boston Red Sox LFP Soph.
Signees Drafted
Player Pick Round Team Position School
Ryan Vilade 48 2nd Colorado Rockies SS/3B Stillwater HS
Conner Uselton 72 CBB Pittsburgh Pirates OF Southmoore HS
Mason House 78 3rd San Diego Padres CF Whitehouse HS
Jake Taylor 740 25th Atlanta Braves C Shawnee HS

Selected players do not have to sign with a club. High school prospects who instead choose to go to a four-year school like OSU will be eligible again following after their third season or if they turn 21 within 45 days of the draft. Juniors in college can be eligible again after their senior season if they choose to return to school. Any player can be drafted as many as five times.

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