It didn’t take long in the 2019 MLB Draft for a player groomed in the state of Arizona to come off the board. Arizona State outfielder Hunter Bishop’s strong 2019 season led to the San Francisco Giants taking him 10th overall Monday.

The first day of the draft, which went 78 picks, featured more than Bishop when it came to the state representation. ASU teammate Alec Marsh went 70th overall to the Kansas City Royals, while the rival Arizona Wildcats saw two players, Cameron Cannon and Nick Quintana, get drafted 43rd and 47th, respectively.

Below, find a running list of the Sun Devils, Wildcats, Grand Canyon Antelopes, community college players and local high school prospects selected in the 2019 MLB Draft.

Arizona State Sun Devils

Hunter Bishop, OF — 10th overall (first round), San Francisco Giants

Alec Marsh, P — 70th overall (competitive balance round B), Kansas City Royals

Lyle Lin, C — 422nd overall (14th round), Arizona Diamondbacks

Carter Aldrete, 2B — 446th overall (15th round), San Francisco Giants

Arizona Wildcats

Cameron Cannon, SS — 43rd overall (second round), Boston Red Sox

Nick Quintana, 3B — 47th overall (second round), Detroit Tigers

Matt Fraizer, OF — 95th overall (third round), Pittsburgh Pirates

Avery Weems, P — 170th overall (sixth round), Chicago White Sox

Andrew Nardi, P — 471st overall (16th round), Florida Marlins

Grand Canyon Antelopes

Quin Cotton, OF — 234th overall (eighth round), Cincinnati Reds

Kona Quiggle, LF — 472nd overall (16th round), Detroit Tigers

Community colleges

Antoine Mistico, Gateway Community College, CF — 366th overall (12th round), Seattle Mariners

Zach Huffins, Arizona Western College, CF — 398th overall (13th round), Tampa Bay Rays

Lucas Knowles, Central Arizona College, LHP — 423rd overall (14th round), Washington Nationals

Dakota Donovan, Central Arizona College, RHP — 481st overall (16th round), Los Angeles Angels

Arizona high schools

Jose Dicochea, Sahuarita High School, RHP — 254th overall (eighth round), Oakland Athletics