Per Kennedi Landry, the bonus figures for the Rangers’ first eight selections are as follows:
Wyatt Langford — $8,000,000
Skylar Hales — $565,000
Alejandro Rosario — $437,900
Caden Scarborough — $515,000
Izack Tiger — $180,000
Julian Brock — $255,000
Quincy Scott — $200,000
Case Matter — $155,000
For players drafted in the first ten rounds, the entirety of their signing bonuses count towards a team’s bonus pool. For players selected after the tenth round, as well as undrafted free agents, a team can pay up to $150,000 for each player without it counting against their pool. Any amount in excess of $150,000 counts against the team’s bonus pool. Thus, for example, if a 13th round pick gets a $225,000 bonus, only $75,000 of that bonus counts against the pool.
Jim Callis notes that the bonuses for the first ten rounds puts the Rangers at $382,600 above their bonus pool. Teams can go up to 5% over their pool and pay 75% of the overage as a penalty, but not lose future picks. Thus leaves the Rangers, who have a $9,925,300 bonus pool, with a little over $100,000 available to dole out in bonuses above and beyond the $150,000 per player.
Here is a list of the Rangers’ draft picks, with the players signed in bold: