USC Gamecocks Baseball

MLB draft tracker: Alex Destino, Josh Reagan join group of drafted Gamecocks

A roundup of current South Carolina players and signees who have been selected in this year's Major League Baseball draft.

Day 3

▪  USC junior outfielder Alex Destino was selected in the 14th round, No. 417th overall, by the Chicago White Sox.

▪  USC senior pitcher Josh Reagan was selected in the 15th round, No. 441 overall, by the Oakland Athletics.

▪  USC infielder signee Noah Campbell, from Cardinal Gibbons High School in North Carolina, was taken in the 19th round, No. 564 overall, by the Milwaukee Brewers.

▪  USC junior pitcher John Parke was selected in the 21st round, No. 627 overall, by the Chicago White Sox.

▪  USC pitcher signee Corey Stone, from Mid-Carolina High School, was taken in the 27th round, No. 824 overall, by the Texas Rangers.

▪  USC pitcher signee Shane Roberts, from William T. Dwyer High School, was taken in the 28th round, No. 842 overall, by the New York Yankees.

▪  USC outfielder signee Kyle Jacobsen, from Allatoona High School in Georgia, was taken in the 33rd round, No. 984 overall, by the Milwaukee Brewers.

▪  USC pitcher signee Logan Chapman, from Easley High School, was taken in the 36th round, No. 1,067 overall, by the Cincinnati Reds.

▪  USC pitcher commit Ridge Chapman, from SMC, was taken in the 39th round, No. 1,181 overall, by the Boston Red Sox.

▪  USC outfielder signee Ian Jenkins, from Collins Hill High School, was taken in the 40th round, No. 1,187 overall, by the Cincinnati Reds.

Day 2

▪  USC junior pitcher Tyler Johnson was selected in the fith round, No. 147 overall, by the Chicago White Sox.

Day 1

▪  USC junior pitcher Clarke Schmidt was selected in the first round, No. 13 overall, by the New York Yankees.

▪  USC junior pitcher Wil Crowe was selected in the second round, No. 65 overall, by the Washington Nationals.

▪  USC catcher signee Luis Campusano, from Cross Creek High School in Georgia, was taken in the second round, 39th overall, by the San Diego Padres.

Former Gamecocks

▪  Former USC outfielder Clark Scolamiero, who played last year at North Greenville, was taken in the 22nd round, No. 672, by Cleveland.

▪  Former USC wide receiver D.J. Neal, who played last year at USC Sumter, was taken in the 26th round, No. 789 overall, by the Toronto Blue Jays.

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