LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Dodgers have agreed to terms with the first selection in the 2016 MLB Draft, Gavin Lux.

Lux is a high school shortstop out of Wisconsin who was ranked the 33rd best draft-eligible player by MLB.com

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He will receive a $2.37 million bonus for signing, and will no longer make his commitment to the University of Arizona State.

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The Dodgers selected Lux with the 20th overall pick.

The team has yet to sign it’s other first-rounder Will Smith, a catcher out of Louisville.

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Here is a complete recap of the Dodgers 2016 MLB Draft.