Thanks to Major League Baseball here is a look at the status of the Oklahoma State Cowboys that were drafted in the recent MLB Amateur Draft and whether they have signed. One Cowboy has already made his professional debut and that is second baseman J.R. Davis.
Another Oklahoma State player drafted has declared his return to Oklahoma State for his senior season and that is Broken Arrow pitcher Trey Cobb, who excelled as both a starter and a closer. The return of Cobb, which he declared on his Twitter site, and the fact that freshman ace and All-American Jensen Elliott will be back means that two-thirds of the starting rotation from this past regular season will be back for the Cowboys.
Below is the updated status and again, that comes courtesy of MLB.com and the website's signing tracker.
Thomas Hatch, RHP, 104th pick (3rd Round) Chicago Cubs - Has not signed.
Donnie Walton, SS/Inf, 147th pick (5th Round) Seattle Mariners - Has not signed, but is a senior and cannot return to OSU.
Remey Reed, RHP, 173rd pick (6th Round) Miami Marlins - Signed on July 3 but has not been assigned.
Garrett Williams, LHP, 215th pick (7th Round) San Francisco Giants - Has not signed.
Tyler Buffett, RHP, 217th pick (7th Round) Houston Astros - Has not signed.
Trey Cobb, RHP, 374th pick (12th Round) Chicago Cubs - Declared on Twitter his intention to return for his senior season.
Michael Mertz, RHP, 413th pick (14th Round) Miami Marlins - Signed on July 3, but has not been assigned.
J.R. Davis, 2B/Inf, 466th pick (15th Round) St.Louis Cardinals - Signed on July 2 and assigned to Johnson City of the Appalachian League, where he went 2-for-4 in his first game.
Collin Theroux, C, 952nd pick (32nd Round), Oakland A's - Has not signed.
Conor Costello, OF/RHP, 971st pick (32nd Round) Los Angeles Dodgers - Has not signed, but is a senior and cannot return to OSU.
Dustin Williams, 1B, 1095th pick (36th Round) Pittsburgh Pirates - Has not signed.