Colorado prospects taken on Day 2 of Major League Baseball draft

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Grant Witherspoon, the former two-sport star at D'Evelyn, was taken in the fourth round of the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft.

He is the 120th overall pick.

According the CHSAA database, he is the first player from D'Evelyn to be selected in the MLB Draft.

In his senior year with the Jags, Witherspoon earned All-Jeffco player of the year honors while batting .364, blasting three home runs and racking up 23 RBIs. He also went 7-1 on the mound that year with a 1.19 ERA.

He was a late college commitment, choosing Tulane in July of 2015, more than a month after he graduated high school.

Witherspoon was also a standout basketball player for the Jags.

He was taken by the Rays as a centerfielder. This last year at Tulane, he batted .330 and hit 12 home runs.

White Sox take 2015 Fossil Ridge grad

The Chicago White Sox selected 2015 Fossil Ridge graduate Code Heuer in the sixth round of the draft. Heuer was taken with the 168th overall pick.

The White Sox selected Heuer as a pitcher.

Heuer went 10-6 in 21 career appearances with the SaberCats. He is the second player from Fossil Ridge to be drafted.

Holy Family alum goes to the Red Sox

Holy Family's Devlin Granberg was taken by the Boston Red Sox with the 190th overall pick by the Boston Red Sox.

Granberg graduated from Holy Family in 2014 and played his last two years of college ball at Dallas Baptist. He previously played at Creighton and Cisco College.

He batted .443 for the Patriots in 2018.

Dakota Ridge alum heads to Padres organization

Steven Wilson, a 2012 graduate of Dakota Ridge, was taken by the San Diego Padres with the 231st pick of the draft.

He is the second Colorado pitcher taken this year following the selection of Heuer in the sixth round.

Wilson was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies following his senior year, but opted to head to college rather than sign with the team.

He appeared in 54 games for Santa Clara, going 13-13 with four saves. His career ERA was 3.88.