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Oklahoma right-hander Alec Hansen, drafted 49th overall, signed with the White Sox for full slot value of $1,284,500.

White Sox announce draft signings

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CLEVELAND — The White Sox announced the signings of nine of their top 10 draft picks Saturday, agreeing to terms with all but No. 10 overall Zack Collins, a catcher who is playing for the University of Miami in the College World Series.

Leading the list is their other first-rounder, No. 26 overall Zack Burdi, a hard-throwing right-hander from Louisville. Burdi, 21, went 1-3 with a 3.30 ERA and 11 saves over 27 appearances this season.

The Sox have agreed to terms with 26 of their 41 draft picks. Here are the signees:

Round Name Pos. Age Ht. Wt. School (Hometown)

1A Zack Burdi RHP 21 6-3 215 University of Louisville (Downers Grove, Ill.)

2 Alec Hansen RHP 21 6-8 245 University of Oklahoma (Madison, Colo.)

3 Alexander Call OF 21 5-11 190 Ball State University (Burnsville, Minn.)

4 Jameson Fisher OF 22 6-2 200 Southeastern Louisiana University (Baton Rouge, La.)

5 Jimmy Lambert RHP 21 6-3 170 Fresno State University (Arcadia, Calif.)

6 Luis Curbelo SS 18 6-2 200 Cocoa High School (Carolina, P.R.)

7 Bernardo Flores LHP 20 6-4 190 University of Southern California (Pomona, Calif.)

8 Nathan Nolan C 21 6-1 215 St. Mary’s College of California (Reno, Nev.)

9 Max Dutto SS 22 6-0 205 Menlo College (San Ramon, Calif.)

11 Ian Hamilton RHP 20 6-0 195 Washington State University (Dover, N.H.)

12 Mitch Roman SS 21 6-0 180 Wright State University (Fishers, Ind.)

13 Michael Hickman C 19 6-0 215 Chipola College (Anaheim, Calif.)

15 Jake Elliott RHP 21 6-7 230 University of Oklahoma (Pinehurst, N.C.)

16 Ben Wright RHP 21 6-0 190 University of Nevada-Las Vegas (Ventura, Calif.)

17 Brad Haymes RHP 22 6-3 210 Gardner-Webb University (Danville, Va.)

18 Lane Hobbs RHP 21 6-5 235 Concordia (Texas) University (Austin, Texas)

19 Anthony Villa 1B 22 6-3 220 St. Mary’s College of California (San Ramon, Calif.)

20 Matthew Foster RHP 21 6-0 195 University of Alabama (Opelika, Ala.)

21 Michael Horejsei LHP 23 5-10 195 Ohio State University (Parma, Ohio)

22 Joel Booker OF 22 6-0 200 University of Iowa (Columbus, N.C.)

23 Samuel Dexter SS 22 5-11 185 University of Southern Maine (Waterville, Maine)

24 Brady Conlan 3B 22 6-1 215 Cal State U-Dominguez Hills (Northridge, Calif.)

28 Aaron Schnurbusch OF 22 6-5 235 University of Pittsburgh (St. Louis, Mo.)

30 Pat Cashman RHP 23 6-0 185 Southeastern Louisiana University (Winfield, Ill.)

32 Sean Renzi RHP 23 6-3 245 Central Michigan University (Joliet, Ill.)

33 Ryan Boelter LHP 22 6-2 240 Gardner-Webb University (South St. Paul, Minn.)

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