Jun 20, 2014, 6:49 PM EDT
The Nationals announced on Friday that 24 of their 40 draft picks from the 2014 class have agreed to terms. Among the players include third round catcher Jakson Reetz, fourth round pitcher Robbie Dickey, and 15th round first baseman Ryan Ripken, son of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. First round pick Erick Fedde, a right-hander from UNLV, and second rounder Andrew Suarez, a lefty from Miami, have yet to sign.
Here is the full list of signed draft picks:
3rd round – C Jakson Reetz – Norris HS (NE)
4th round – RHP Robbie Dickey – Blinn College (TX)
5th round – RHP Drew Fan Orden – Duke
6th round – RHP Austen Williams – Texas State University
7th round – CF Dale Carey – U. of Miami
10th round – RF Matthew Page – Oklahoma Baptist U.
11th round – RHP Weston Davis – Manatee HS (FL)
12th round – RHP Domenick Mancini – Miami-Dade CC South
13th round – 3B Austin Davidson – Pepperdine
14th round – RHP James Bourque – Michigan
15th round – 1B Ryan Ripken – Indian River State (FL)
16th round – LHP Cole Plouck – Pima CC (AZ)
18th round – LHP McKenzie Mills – Sprayberry Senior HS (GA)
19th round – RF Clay Williamson – Cal State Fullerton
20th round – RF Bryan Langlois – Pepperdine
21st round – LHP Connor Bach – Virginia Military Institute
23rd round – SS Chris Riopedre – East Tennessee State U.
24th round – RHP Kyle Simmons – Texas Lutheran
26th round – RHP Chase McDowell – Rice
27th round – SS Conor Keniry – Wake Forest
28th round – RHP Kida De La Cruz – Volunteer State CC (TN)
29th round – RHP D.J. Jauss – U. of Massachusetts-Amherst
30th round – RHP Tyler Mapes – Tulane
31st round – RHP Samuel Johns – U. of Evansville.
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