Williston's White Will Play for Rockies, Other MLB Draftees Must Make Tough Choices
Max White turned down a full scholarship to the University of Florida Tuesday, expressing his desire to play pro baseball with the Colorado Rockies organization. The Williston High senior was selected in the 2nd round (73 overall) of the Major League Baseball draft, adding his name to the list of North Central Florida greats who have been selected early in the draft. Meanwhile, six more Florida Gators were taken in rounds 2-15 Tuesday, pushing the total number of players to eight, and several of those are juniors, who will have to decide between going pro or staying for their senior year of college. The draft concludes on Wednesday.
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