The Rays selected 42 players in the MLB amateur draft last month. Tampa Bay signed 33 of those players to professional contracts before Friday’s signing deadline. Tampa Bay had an allotted bonus pool of $10,333,800, the 10th largest in baseball, to sign their picks. Here’s where the Rays’ top 10 picks can be found now.Round: 1, No. 22 overallSophomore, UNC WilmingtonSigned to $3,027,000 bonusJones, the Rays’ top overall pick, signed his contract on June 11 at Tropicana Field . Three days later, the Rays assigned him to the Class A short season Hudson Valley Renegades. Through 22 games with the Renegades, Jones is hitting .299/.378/.391 with six doubles and a triple. Jones’ strongest tool is his speed, and he has nine stolen bases on the young season.Round: Competitive Balance A, No. 36 OverallCypress Ranch High SchoolSigned to $2,045,400 bonus Goss signed his professional contract with the Rays at Tropicana Field on June 14 , just three days after Jones, and Tampa Bay assigned the high school graduate to the Gulf Coast League. Through two starts with the GCL Rays, Goss has a 12.00 ERA in three innings of work. He struggled in his first start, allowing three hits and three runs in only one inning. He rebounded in his last outing to hold the GCL Braves to one run on two hits over two innings.Round: Competitive Balance A, No. 40 OverallJunior, CampbellSigned to $1,722,500 bonusJohnson signed on June 12 and joined Goss with the GCL Rays. He surrendered one hit in each of his two starts, and he has yet to allow a run through his first four innings of work in the Gulf Coast League.Round: 2, No. 61 overallJunior, Texas A&MSigned to $1,129,700 Doxakis signed with the Rays on June 14 , and the Rays assigned him to Hudson Valley with Jones. In four starts with the Renegades, Doxakis has a 3.24 ERA with eight strikeouts in 8 1/3 innings. In his last outing, Doxakis allowed three runs on three hits in 1 2/3 innings against the Staten Island Yankees.Round: 3, No. 99 overallIolani High SchoolSigned to $472,500 bonusSasaki, the top high school prospect out of Hawaii, signed to a $472,500 bonus with the Rays last week. He is not currently on a minor-league roster.Round: 4, No. 128 overallJunior, DukeSigned to $440,400 bonusStinson agreed to terms with the Rays on June 18, and Tampa Bay assigned him to the GCL Rays on July 3. Stinson has yet to appear in an official game.Round, 5, No. 158 overallJunior, UC Santa BarbaraSigned to $297,500 bonusBrecht signed with the Rays on June 13 and Tampa Bay assigned him to Hudson Valley the next day. The pitcher has made two appearances (one start) for Hudson Valley, posting a 1.93 over 4 2/3 innings. In his last outing, a July 7 start against Vermont, Brecht recorded three innings of one-run ball.Round 6, No. 188 overallJunior, Mississippi StateSigned to $197,500 bonusThe Rays signed White on June 13 and assigned him to Hudson Valley on June 14. In five games, all relief appearances, White owns a 5.79 ERA for the Renegades. In his last outing, White recorded 1 2/3 hitless innings while walking two and striking out two against Mahoning Valley.Round 7, No 218 overallSenior, TCUSigned to $197,600 bonusGuenther, the third position player selected by the Rays in the 2019 draft, signed with Tampa Bay on June 30. The Rays assigned Guenther to the Princeton Rays of the Appalachian League on July 1. Through nine games, Guenther is hitting .281/.395/.281 with three walks.Round 8, No. 248 OverallJunior, OklahomaSigned to $162,900 bonusThe Rays selected Wiles with their eighth round pick in the 2019 draft, and the right-handed pitcher signed with Tampa Bay on June 13. He made his first professional appearance with Hudson Valley on June 20. In six outings (three starts), Wiles owns a 4.50 ERA. He recorded a perfect inning with one strikeout in his last outing, a relief appearance against Mahoning Valley.The following unsigned players have remaining college eligibility and will not be joining the Rays organization this year.- Cam Shepherd - SS, Junior, Georgia, Round 20, No. 608 overall\n- Andrew Peters - RH, JC Second-year, John A. Logan College, Round 21, No. 638 overall\n- Robbie Peto - RH, Junior, Stetson, Round 26, No. 788 overall\n- Mitchell Parker - LH, JC First-year, San Jacinto College North, Round 27, No. 818 overall\n- Zach Bravo - RH, JC Second-year, Butler County CC, Round 29, No. 878 overall\n- Michael Carpentier - C, High School Senior, Yucaipa HS, Round 30, No. 908 overall\n- Brannon Jordan - RH, JC Second-year, Cowley County CC, Round 31, No. 938 overall\n- Kody Huff - C, High School Senior, Horizon HS, Round 32, No. 968 overall\n- Carson Coleman - RH, Junior, Kentucky, Round 33, No. 998 overallShepherd is the highest draft pick to go unsigned. He found early success at Georgia, hitting .307 with 23 extra-base hits his freshman season in 2017, but has has struggled to maintain that performance. He hit .231 in 63 starts at shortstop for the Bulldogs in 2019.