The Nationals concluded the 2019 First-Year Player Draft with a total of 39 selections.
The Nats selected 13 right-handed pitchers, six left-handed pitchers, two outfielders, 14 infielders and four catchers. 24 of the selections came from four-year universities, seven from junior colleges and eight from the high school ranks.
Adding to the nine selections made on the first two days, the Nats started the final day of the draft by selecting Fresno State shortstop J.T. Arruda in the 11th round.
Here is the list of the remaining selections to wrap up the Nationals 2019 draft:
Round 12: RHP Orlando Ribalta, Miami Dade CC (FL)
Round 13: OF Jake Randa, NW Florida St. Coll
Round 14: LHP Lucas Knowles, Central Arizona Coll.
Round 15: RHP Davis Moore, Fresno State
Round 16: SS Junior Martina, Western Oklahoma St.
Round 17: RHP Amos Willingham, Georgia Tech
Round 18: C Mason Doolittle, Palm Beach CC (FL)
Round 19: RHP Tyler Yankowsky, Millersville Univ. (PA)
Round 20: SS Jack Dunn, Northwestern Univ. (IL)
Round 21: 1B Kevin Strohschein, Tennessee Tech
Round 22: C Allan Berrios, Western Oklahoma St.
Round 23: RHP Michael Cuevas, Brennan HS (TX)
Round 24: 2B Jake Alu, Boston College
Round 25: 1B Parker Quinn, Hofstra University (NY)
Round 26: 2B Dupree Hart, College of Charleston
Round 27: 3B Jaylen Hubbard, Texas State University
Round 28: RHP Jordan Bocko, California-Irvine
Round 29: SS Brandon Gonzales, J. Madison HS (TX)
Round 30: LHP Troy Stainbrook, Biola University (CA)
Round 31: LHP Brady Stover, South Dakota State
Round 32: RHP Dylan Beasley, Berry College (GA)
Round 33: LHP Cutter Clawson, Laguna Beach (HS)
Round 34: 2B Anthony Gomez, Texas Rio Grande Valley
Round 35: RHP Bryce Osmond, Jenks HS (OK)
Round 36: RHP Sam Wibbels, Hastings HS (NE)
Round 37 SS Trei Cruz, Rice University (TX)
Round 38: C Tyler LaRue, Blanco HS (TX)
Round 39: LHP Jake Bennett, Bixby HS (OK)
Round 40: SS Jaden Brown, St. Marcellinus (ON)
You can view the entire list of the Nationals picks in the First-Year Player Draft here.