The Rockies announced on Twitter Friday that they have signed 30 out of the 41 players they selected in the 2016 MLB draft.

The Rockies signed their top draft pick, Riley Pint, on Wednesday, giving him a $4.8 million signing bonus. They also agreed with Robert Tyler for $1.7 million (Lottery Round A), left-handed pitcher Ben Bowden (second round, $1.6 million), shortstop Garret Hampson (third round $750,000), third baseman Colton Welker (fourth round $850,000) and catcher Brian Serven (fifth round $400,000).

Some players with Colorado ties signed with the Rockies, too. Taylor Snyder a shortstop who played at Colorado State University-Pueblo was drafted in the 13th round. Also, Colorado native and right-handed pitcher JD Hammer out of Fort Collins signed as a 24th-rounder out of Marshall.

All of these players will report to Grand Junction to play for the Grand Junction Rockies, which is the franchise’s rookie-ball team who plays in the Pioneer League.  The team had an exhibition game against the Boulder Collegians (college summer team) on Tuesday, in which the Rockies won 4-0.