The deadline has now passed for Major League baseball teams to sign the players they drafted last month.
Only eight players in the top ten rounds did not sign.
Derick Velazquez went in the 15th round and he didn't sign either, confirming to CBS47 Friday afternoon he will pitch for Fresno State next year.
Velazquez, a graduate of Los Banos High, went 11-0 with a 1.43 ERA for Merced College in 2012.There is one first-rounder who didn't sign: Stanford pitcher Mark Appel.
He was the 8th overall pick in the draft and the Pirates reportedly offered him $3.8 million. Instead, Appel will return to the Cardinal, where he went 10-2 this season. (One of those losses was to Fresno State; he also beat the Bulldogs in the NCAA Tournament.)
Taylor Ward and Brody Russell also chose not to sign. They'll join Velazquez at Fresno State. Fresno High's Anthony Hawkins will play at Fresno City next year. And Clovis West's Tyler Ferguson will pitch at Vanderbilt.