Catcher Tommy Alexander and outfielder Brendan O'Donnell of the Vaqueros, as well as Warrior righthander Andre Lamontagne, joined a draft list that includes four players from UCSB as well as former Santa Ynez High star Brok Butcher.
, a 6-foot-2 and 185-pound freshman from Santa Barbara High, was picked in the 42nd round by the Atlanta Braves.He
is regarded as a top-notch defensive catcher and also led SBCC in home runs with five while batting .246, earning All-Big West Conference honorable mention.
"I knew the Braves were interested, but I was more expecting it to be the Reds -- they had shown the most interest," he
"I'm meeting with a representative from the Braves next week and will talk about what could happen.I have a few options."Alexander
, a two-time all-County selection while at Santa Barbara High, is currently playing with the Santa Barbara Foresters semi-pro team.
"I'm focusing on my offensive side," he