Arizona made two more picks in the first day of the draft.
The Diamondbacks selected right-hander Braden Shipley of Nevada with the 15th pick in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft on Thursday night.
Shipley was 7-3 with a 2.77 ERA for the Wolfpack this season, striking out 102 in 107 1-3 innings while walking 34. The junior earned co-pitcher of the year honors in the Mountain West after having won the award in 2012.
Shipley was rated the third-best college pitcher by Baseball America. He played primarily at shortstop as a freshman.
Diamondbacks scouting director Ray Montgomery called the 6-foot-3 Shipley one of the best athletes in the draft.
Shipley is from Medford, Ore., the hometown of Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers.
In the second round, they selected 17-year-old outfielder Justin Williams of Terrebonne High School in Houma, La., with the 52nd overall selection.
Williams batted .333 with seven doubles, four homers, 13 RBIs and eight stolen bases.