The Seminole State Trojans had two members of their team and two incoming signees drafted last week in the 2017 MLB Draft.

The Seminole State Trojans had two members of their team and two incoming signees drafted last week in the 2017 MLB Draft.

Outfielder Jonathon Lacroix was picked up in the 12th round by the Houston Astros and infielder and pitcher Gunner Halter was taken in the 22nd round by the Toronto Blue Jays.

The two teammates led the team with the top two batting averages with Lacroix finishing the season at .447 and Halter was shortly behind with a .440.

Lacroix blasted 23 doubles and 17 home runs in 89 hits with 67 RBI’s. Halter drove in 55 runs, had 19 bombs, 13 doubles and three triples on 103 hits and stole 14 bases.

Lacroix was also named as a First Team NJCAA All-American recently and teammate Dalton Reed was given Second Team honors.

Of the commitments that the Trojans have coming in next year, lefty pitcher Jorge Benitez from Leadership Christian Academy in Levittown Puerto Rico went in the 9th round to the Seattle Mariners and right-handed Caleb Bolden of Pleasant Grove, Texas was taken by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 16th round.

As of Thursday, Lacroix, Halter and Bolden remained unsigned from the teams that drafted them. Benitez signed with the Mariners June 18.