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Familiar faces selected on Day 3 of MLB Draft

The Lewis-Clark State Warriors had six players drafted on Day 3 of MLB Draft The Lewis-Clark State Warriors had six players drafted on Day 3 of MLB Draft

Day 3 (rounds 11-40) of the MLB Draft concluded today and many familiar faces were selected. The Lewis-Clark State Warriors had six players selected in rounds 11-40 and are coming off their 19th and third consecutive NAIA National Championship. The Washington State Cougars had three players drafted on Day 3 (Jones, Matheny, Nealy), while the Gonzaga Bulldogs had two drafted (Frost, Bohling).

Southridge High School right fielder Mason Martin was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 18th round and may have a tough decision to make. Martin committed to Gonzaga before the MLB Draft and still could play baseball for the Bulldogs if he wanted to improve his draft stock. Isaiah Smith is in a similar situation as Martin, as he committed to playing for Washington State before being drafted by the Kansas City Royals.

Here's a complete list of all the local players drafted on Day 3 of the MLB Draft.

MLB Team         Round          Pick #          Player                     Position             School

CWS                  15th              447             Tyler Frost                   CF                   Gonzaga University

COL                   17th              506             Jeff Bohling                 3B                   Gonzaga University

PIT                     17th              508             Mason Martin              RF                   Southridge High School

PHI                     18th              533             Damon Jones              LHP                 Washington State University

MIA                    19th              569              Micah Brown              SS                   Lewis-Clark State College

KC                      21st              630             Isaiah Smith               OF                   Battle Ground High School (WSU Commit)

STL                     22nd             664             Kevin Hamann            RHP                 Lewis-Clark State College

SF                      23rd              696             Shane Matheny           3B                    Washington State University

MIA                     29th              869             Henry McAree             RHP                 Lewis-Clark State College

TB                      32nd              949             Seaver Whalen           3B                    Lewis-Clark State College

MIN                    33rd               976             J.J. Robinson              1B                     Lewis-Clark State College

COL                    35th              1041           Cooper Golby               C                      Lewis-Clark State College

LAD                    35th              1060            Colby Nealy                RHP                  Washington State University

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