DETROIT -- The Rockies announced Friday that they signed four more picks from the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, including outfielder Max White, the second-round pick out of Williston High School (Fla.).
White, the 73rd overall pick -- who batted .407 with four home runs and 23 RBIs his final high school season -- signed for a $1 million bonus, MLB.com has learned. White had signed a scholarship offer from Florida.
The Rockies also announced the signings of catcher Tom Murphy, a third-round pick from the University at Buffalo; catcher Wilfredo Rodriguez, a seventh-round pick from the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy; and first baseman Correlle Prime, a 12th-round pick from Manatee High School (Fla.). The Rockies have signed 28 picks, including each of the top six.