The Diamondbacks agreed to terms Saturday with first-round draft pick Stryker Trahan and 30 additional selections from the draft.
The terms of Trahan’s deal were not publicly disclosed. The 6-foot-1, 220-pound catcher from Acadiana High School in Lafayette, La., was the 26th selection overall.
The D-backs have signed their first six picks, eight of the first 10, 17 of the first 20 and 31 players total. Also signed Saturday were second-round pick Jose Munoz, an infielder from Los Altos High School in Hacienda Heights, Calif., and third-round pick Jake Barrett, a hard-throwing reliever from Arizona State.
There are nine draftees who have not yet agreed to terms, including Kirk Gibson’s son, Cameron, whom Gibson has said still plans to attend college at Michigan State, and final-round pick Zane Hemond, grandson of longtime D-backs executive Roland Hemond.