The Texas Rangers picked up three high school prospects in Day 1 of the 2012 MLB Draft and begin Day 2 action on Tuesday with the No. 83, 93 and 123 selections, courtesy of their C.J. Wilson compensation pick.
Here is a look at the complete draft order.
Texas selected outfielder Lewis Brinson out of Coral Springs High School (Fla.) with the No. 29 overall pick on Monday. Then the Rangers grabbed high school third baseman Joey Gallo as the first pick of the compensatory round and the No. 39 overall selection. Texas spent the No. 53 pick on another high school prospect, right-handed pitcher Colin Wiles.
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