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2012 MLB Draft Results: Rockies Complete Draft Selections

The Colorado Rockies completed the 2012 MLB Draft on Wednesday afternoon by completing Rounds 16-40. The team opened up the day by drafting a local prospect from Colorado Mesa, outfielder Jeff Popick. From there on out, the Rockies mixed in a selection of four-year college players, junior college players and high schoolers. Most of the prep players are likely to go to college, but we'll know definitively on July 13 when the new signing deadline comes into effect.

Other prospects of interest the Rockies drafted on Wednesday include Ryan Garvey, an outfielder from Riverside Community College. He is the son of former Major Leaguer Steve Garvey.

Here is a complete listing of the Rockies' 2012 MLB Draft, from No. 10 overall pick OF David Dahl to 40th round selection C Justin Montalvo:

Round Overall Player Position School State Pool Amount
1 10 David Dahl OF Oak Mountain HS, Birmingham Ala. $2,700,000
1s 46 Eddie Butler RHP Radford Va. $1,107,700
2 73 Max White OF Williston (Fla.) HS Fla. $701,700
3 105 Tom Murphy C Buffalo N.Y. $454,000
3s 128 Ryan Warner RHP Pine Creek HS, Colorado Springs Col. $363,700
4 138 Seth Willoughby RHP Xavier Ohio $330,300
5 168 Matt Wessinger SS St. John's N.Y. $247,300
6 198 Matt Carasiti RHP St. John's N.Y. $185,200
7 228 Wilfredo Rodriguez C Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Gurabo, P.R. P.R. $147,300
8 258 Derek Jones OF Washington State Wash. $137,600
9 288 Zech Jemiola RHP Great Oak HS, Temecula, Calif. Calif. $128,500
10 318 Ben Waldrip 1B Jacksonville State Ga. $125,000
11 348 T.J. Oakes RHP Minnesota Minn.
12 378 Correlle Prime 1B Manatee HS, FL Fla.
13 408 Kyle Von Tungeln OF Texas Christian Texas
14 438 Shane Broyles RHP Texas Tech Texas
15 468 Scott Oberg RHP Connecticut Conn.
16 498 Jeff Popick OF Mesa State Colo.
17 528 Jason Stolz 2B Clemson S.C.
18 558 Aaron Jones C Oregon Ore.
19 588 Kyle Newton 3B Florida Atlantic Fla.
20 618 Anthony Seise LHP West Orange HS, Winter Garden, Fla. Fla.
21 648 Rayan Gonzalez RHP Bethune-Cookman Fla.
22 678 Jordan Mejia RHP Riverside (Calif.) CC Calif.
23 708 Andrew Brown RHP Akron Ohio
24 738 Mike Mason LHP Marshall W.Va.
25 768 Alec Mehrten INF Fresno Pacific Calif.
26 798 Adam Paulencu RHP Embry Riddle (Fla.) Fla.
27 828 Matt Flemer RHP California Calif.
28 858 Ryan Arrowood RHP Appalachian State N.C.
29 888 Pat Hutcheson 2B Fresno State Calif.
30 918 Trent Blank RHP Baylor Texas
31 948 Shawn Stuart RHP Long Beach State Calif.
32 978 A.J. Simcox SS Farragut HS, Knoxville Tenn.
33 1008 Ryan Garvey OF Riverside (Calif.) CC Calif.
34 1038 Chris Cowell C Richmond Va.
35 1068 Justin Solomon 2B Piedra Vista HS, Farmington, N.M. N.M.
36 1098 Kevin Bradley SS Hopewell Valley Central HS N.J.
37 1128 Casey Burns 3B Grand Junction (Colo.) HS Colo.
38 1158 Dansby Swanson SS Marietta (Ga.) HS Ga.
39 1188 Justin Dillon RHP El Dorado HS Calif.
40 1218 Brandon Montalvo C Langham Creek HS Texas

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