Georgia Tech Baseball: Three Tech signees selected in 2017 MLB Draft

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Players long have sought to express their personal style on the field and capitalize on the intersection of fashion and sports in a way other leagues don't allow, and the result will be a test of boundaries baseball may be inclined to stretch in the future depending on the weekend's success. The Mount Prospect, Ill., native was a Second Team All-Ivy honoree after tallying a 7-2 record with a 2.64 ERA.

Cyphert started 13 games this season for Gulf Coast and was 5-3 with a 4.57 ERA.

Wolfe had the third highest batting average for the Senators this season with a.393 clip, and he tagged eight home runs, 12 doubles, a triple, drove in 42 runs and scored 60 times after notching 77 hits. The multi-tooled Hayes was drafted as a pitcher after serving as the Commodores' closer last season and registering seven saves.

In the 25th round, former Tennessee High Viking Mitch Stophel became the first King University player drafted since eventual Tornado Hall-of-Famer Dirk Kleinmann was selected in the 42nd round of the 2002 Draft. His offense is just as explosive as his pitching. The lone left-handed pitcher in Cornell's rotation averaged almost a strikeout per inning with 45 Ks in 45.2 innings pitched.

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17 Round Muller was drafted in the 17 round (#499 overall) by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He did most of his damage down the stretch, hitting.377 and slugging.508 with a.479 on-base percentage in League play.

The Milwaukee Brewers selected a pair of Brown Bears to round out the 2017 Ivy League draft class. Boyd was an NJCAA Div. 1 World Series All-Tournament Team pick.

Left-handed pitcher Dylan Cyphert, a junior college signee from Gulf Coast Community College, was the first to be chosen on Wednesday. The Roselle, Ill., product headlined the Bears rotation for four seasons and earned Second Team All-Ivy honors as a senior.

Bleday was taken by the Houston Astros in the 27th round (811 overall) following two successful years as a member of the staff after transferring to Penn prior to the 2016 season.

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