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Texas Rangers 2018 MLB Draft Results

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From Cole Winn to Jax Biggers to Owen Sharts and everyone in between

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The Texas Rangers have finished selecting their newest crop of prospects from the 2018 draft. Happy Owen Sharts day, everyone!

Here is the entire draft class:

  1. Cole Winn, Cole Orange Lutheran HS (CA), RHP
  2. Owen White, Jesse Carson HS (NC), RHP
  3. Jonathan Ornelas, Raymond S Kellis HS (AZ), SS
  4. Mason Englert, Forney HS (TX), RHP
  5. Jayce Easley, Sandra Day O’Connor HS (AZ), SS
  6. Sean Chandler, Iowa Western CC (IA), RHP
  7. Tim Brennan, St Josephs U, RHP
  8. Jax Biggers, Arkansas (AR), SS
  9. Chandler Sanburn, Wichita St U, RHP
  10. Leury Tejada, Walton HS, RHP
  11. Billy Layne Jr., Seton Hall (NJ), RHP
  12. Destin Dotson, Scotlandville Magnet HS, LHP
  13. Kenen Irizarry, Aurea E Quiles HS, SS
  14. Theo McDowell, Salisbury School, RHP
  15. Cameron Simmons, Virginia (VA), RF
  16. Jonathan Edwards, Eagles Landing HS, RHP
  17. Scott Kapers, Valparaiso (IN), C
  18. Grant Wolfram, Davenport University (MI), LHP
  19. Xavier Valentin, Leadership Christian Academy, C
  20. Nicolas Laio, Western Michigan U, RHP
  21. Cody Hawthorne, Parkland Col, LHP
  22. Frainyer Chavez, Midland College (TX), SS
  23. Wyatt Sparks, Aurora HS (MO), RHP
  24. Troy Dixon, Samford University (AL), CF
  25. Josh Smith, Grand Valley State (MI), LHP
  26. David Lebron, University of Tampa (FL), RHP
  27. Antonio Knowles, Key West HS, RHP
  28. Renton Poole, Indiana University Kokomo, RHP
  29. Glen Richardson, Sinclair CC, RHP
  30. Evan Reifert, North Iowa Area CC, RHP
  31. Ryan Anderson, UC Davis, OF
  32. Owen Sharts, Simi Valley HS (CA), RHP
  33. Reynaldo Pichardo, Dawson CC, C
  34. Noah Burkholder Waubonsee CC (IL), RHP
  35. Tyler Depreta-Johnson, Houston Baptist U, SS
  36. William Corcoran, Malvern Prep School, RHP
  37. Austin Becker, Big Walnut HS (OH), RHP
  38. Reggie Meyer, U Minnesota, RHP
  39. Shea Patterson, U Michigan, 3B
  40. Cole Uvila, Georgia Gwinnett Col, RHP

All told, the Rangers plucked 27 pitchers (23 RHP, 4 LHP), six shortstops, three outfielders, three catchers, and one third baseman among their 40 picks. Texas drafted either a RHP or a SS with their first eleven selections and didn’t pick a non-pitcher or shortstop until the 15th round.

Texas went with 16 prep players and 24 from college, though they didn’t pick a college player until the 6th round.

Now we await to see which of these players actually sign and join the Rangers but it’s nice to see that Texas just straight up selected Lebron in the 26th round to help ensure a successful class.