The Diamondbacks went back to pitching when they selected RHP Scott Schultz with the 300th pick of the draft. He was apart of a very talented Oregon State Beavers staff last season. This wrapped up day 2 for the Dbacks draft staff.
Here is what an unamed scout told the Oregonian newspaper about Schultz:
“I think he is a prospect, probably a lower-level prospect,” an unnamed scout told The Oregonian’s Connor Letourneau days before the draft. “He probably has a below average fastball. His best secondary pitch is his changeup. The slider has kind of been a work in progress. It might be above average on a good day. Other days, it’s probably below average. You let him go out and perform, and he certainly doesn’t project as a Major League-caliber starter. I think he could have some Major League value as an emergency starter or something like that.”
Here is some video from Schutlz pitching courtesy of https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2-jx1t2_LjrDtpHiqzk0FQ