So far, the team has agreed to terms with 25 of its 38 picks in the Draft.
The top signee announced was second baseman Alex Yarbrough, the Angels' fourth-round pick. The switch-hitter from Allen, Texas, led Ole Miss in batting as a junior this season with a .380 average. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound infielder played in all 62 of the Rebels' games. He had 17 doubles, three triples and three home runs with 43 RBIs.
Other signees include: right-hander Austin Adams (eighth round); left fielder Jonathan Walsh (11th); right-hander Reid Scoggins (15th); third baseman Ryan Dalton (18th); right-hander Aaron Newcomb (19th); third baseman Michael Snyder (23rd); right-hander Garrett Bush (24th); center fielder Kyle Johnson (25th); first baseman Wade Hinkle (27th); right-hander Robert Powell (32nd); catcher Samuel Mulroy (33rd); right-hander Matthew Collins (37th); and right-hander Jake Boyd (38th).
The Angels had previously signed right-hander R.J. Alvarez, their first pick (third round); right-hander Mark Sappington (fifth); shortstop Eric Stamets (sixth); catcher Andrew Patterson (seventh); catcher Zachary Wright (12th); center fielder Quintin Davis (20th); right-hander Pat Lowery (21st); center fielder Joel Capote (28th); catcher Zachary Livingston (34th); catcher Pedro Pizarro (35th); and right-hander Kenny Hatcher (36th).
The top Angels pick remaining unsigned is ninth-round selection Michael Roth, a left-handed pitcher from the University of South Carolina.