(Undated)  -- The Minnesota Twins selected eight more players in the MLB First-Year Player Draft on Tuesday. Rounds three through ten were conducted on Tuesday and the Twins went with a mix of college and high school players.

Minnesota chose high school third basemen in the third and fourth rounds, going with Travis Blankenhorn of Pennsylvania and Trey Cabbage from Tennessee, respectively. The Twins selected two players from the University of Maryland, including left-handed pitcher Alex Robinson in the fifth round and outfielder Lamonte Wade in the ninth round.

Cal outfielder Chris Paul was the Twins' sixth round choice, while pitcher Jovani Moran of the Dominican Republic was picked in the seventh round. Power-hitting first baseman Kolten Kendrick of Louisiana was the eighth-round selection and shortstop Sean Miller of USC-Aiken went to the Twins in the tenth round.

Rounds 11 through 40 are set for today and tonight.

courtesy- Minnesota News Network