Three Georgia Bulldogs players were selected Tuesday in the second day of the MLB draft.
Junior pitchers Tony Locey and Tim Elliott and senior second baseman L.J. Talley were drafted in the third, fourth and seventh rounds, respectively.
The Cardinals drafted Locey with the 96th overall pick. Elliott was taken 126th overall by the Mariners and Talley by the Blue Jays at No. 207. Those three players joined teammate Aaron Schunk, who was drafted in the second round by Colorado (No. 62 overall) Monday, the first day of the draft.
The draft continued through the 10th round Tuesday and will conclude Wednesday with the 11th-30th rounds.
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