MLB draft day 3: 37 Pac-12 players taken in rounds 11-40

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(Round Number, Pick Number)
 

Arizona

Arizona
15, 462 - Trent Gilbert (A's)
21, 635 - Tyler Parmenter (Reds)

Two players rounded out the Wildcats' draft class. Here's a full look at both of them.
 

Arizona State

Arizona State
11, 322 - Drew Stankiewicz (Phillies)
19, 563 - Nathaniel Causey (Rockies)
33, 992 - David Graybill (Yankees)

Stankiewicz played a solid shortstop in Tempe for several seasons. Read about the Devils' last-day draftees here
 

California

California
20, 592 - Derek Campbell (Phillies)
22, 650 - Trevor Hildenberger (Twins)
30, 890 - Theo Theofanopoulos (Twins)
31, 917 - Kyle Porter (Marlins)

Campbell, an honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection this year, highlighted Cal's final-day crop.
 

Oregon

Oregon
19, 573 - Scott Heineman (Royals)
21, 632 - Clayton Porter (Yankees)
25, 750 - Brando Tessar (Diamondbacks)

Heineman missed most of this season due to injury. He may come back to school for his senior season. Here's a full look at the Ducks drafted Saturday.
 

Oregon State

Oregon State
27, 801 - Andrew Peterson (Mariners)
39, 1161 - Kavin Keyes (Mariners)
39, 1173 - Jeff Hendrix (Royals)

Andy Peterson was drafted for the first time in his career after batting .289 over his 119-game Oregon State career.
 

Stanford

Stanford
11, 339 - AJ Vanegas (Dodgers)
16, 471 - Wayne Taylor (Mariners)
24, 722 - Dominic Jose (Yankees)
30, 909 - Brant Whiting (Dodgers)
37, 1101 - Sam Lindquist (Mariners)

Draft day was most unusual for the Cardinal, who was busy staving off elimination in walk-off fashion at Vanderbilt while these picks were being made. Brant Whiting doubled and scored a run at the exact time the Dodgers selected him.
 

UCLA

UCLA
14, 425 - Jacob Ehret (Reds)
17, 516 - David Berg (Rangers)

Berg led UCLA to the 2013 national championship with his sidearm delivery, which highlighted his excellent career in Westwood.
 

USC

USC
12, 361 - Niger Nootbaar (Orioles)
22, 648  - Kevin Swick (White Sox)
26, 774 - Bobby Wheatley (Blue Jays)

An inside look at Swick, one of the day's drafted Trojans.
 

Utah

Utah
18, 528 - Tanner Banks (White Sox)

Here's an article discussing Banks and other players from the state of Utah selected on the draft's final day.
 

Washington

Washington
11, 333 - Robert Pehl (Royals)
15, 442 - Jared Fisher (Phillies)
20, 609 - Brian Wolfe (Dodgers)
25, 761 - Erik Forgione (Pirates)
30, 900 - Trevor Mitsui (Diamondbacks)
30, 907 - Trevor Dunlap (Rays)
32, 949 - Andrew Ely (Cubs)

The Huskies led the Pac-12 in the draft's final day, amassing seven selections. Pehl displayed strength and power throughout his career with the Dawgs.
 

Washington State

Washington State
11, 327 - Yale Rosen (Padres)
14, 406 - Nick Tanielu (Astros)
16, 481 - Tanner Chleborad (Orioles)
26, 782 - Collin Slaybaugh (Yankees)

Rosen and Tanielu both delivered productive offensive careers in the heart of the Cougars order, and both were rewarded with solid draft picks on Saturday.

 
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