John Tolisano, the Blue Jays second round selection in the 2007 draft, was the latest member of the 2007 draft class to agree to a contract. Tolisano finalized his deal on Friday after passing a physical.
"I had a full-ride to play at the University of Florida, but I wanted to play pro ball all along," Tolisano said.
Tolisano joins Brad Mills, Mike McDade, Marcus Walden, Cody Crowell, Nate Jennings, Darin Mastroianni, Adalberto Santos, Brian Letko, Frank Gailey, Jimmy Dougher, Jay Monti, and Ross Buckwalter as players who have signed.
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