Here's a look at the players taken by the Twins at the MLB draft this week in Seattle.

First round, fifth overall

Walker Jenkins, OF, South Brunswick (N.C.) High School

An 18-year-old who hit .417 in 24 games his senior season, but was walked in 32 of his 95 plate appearances. He's 6-3 and 215 pounds and was the state's player of the year as a junior and senior.

Competitive balance round, 34th overall

Charlee Soto, RHP, Reborn Christian Academy (Kissimmee, Fla.)

At 6-5 and 210 pounds, Soto had a 0.52 ERA with 69 strikeouts and only five walks in 12 games his senior season. The 17-year-old was born in Philadelphia but was raised in the Orlando area.

Second round, 49th overall

Luke Keaschall, 2B, Arizona State

Keaschall hit .353 with 18 home runs in 55 games for the Sun Devils. He is from Watsonville, Calif., and played two seasons at the University of San Francisco before transferring.

Third round, 82nd overall

Brandon Winokur, OF, Edison (Huntington Beach, Calif.) High School

A righthanded hitter, Winokur plans to attend UCLA if he doesn't sign. The 6-5, five-tool player was mostly a shortstop in high school.

Fourth round, 114th overall

Tanner Hall, RHP, Southern Mississippi

Hall has twice won conference pitcher of the year — in the Sun Belt last season and in Conference USA as a junior.

Fifth round, 150th overall

Dylan Questad, RHP, Waterford (Wis.) High School

The 6-foot, 200-pounder has committed to play at Arkansas.

Sixth round, 177th overall

Jay Harry, SS, Penn State

In 146 games with the Nittany Lions, the New Jersey native hit .304 with 12 home runs.

Seventh round, 207th overall

Nolan Santos, RHP, Bethune-Cookman

The 6-1 Santos had 138 strikeouts in 97 innings. He's a Miami native.

Eighth round, 237th overall

Jace Stoffal, RHP, Oregon

In 10 starts, the 6-3 Stoffal had a 2.83 ERA for the Ducks. He's from Roseburg, Ore.

Ninth round, 267th overall

Jack Dougherty, RHP, Ole Miss

The 6-4 native of Collierville, Tenn., pitched in 15 games, nine of them starts. He struck out 65 in 60 innings.

Tenth round, 297th overall

Ross Dunn, LHP, Arizona State

The Salt Lake City native was a transfer from Florida State. At ASU last season, the 6-3 Dunn started 15 games and pitched 65 innings, striking out 84.

11th round, 327th overall

Ty Langenberg, RHP, Iowa

The Urbandale, Iowa, native started 15 of 17 appearances and was 6-3 with a 4.15 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 78 innings.

12th round, 357th overall

Paulshawn Pasqualotto, RHP, Cal

Started 14 games and struck out 51 in 58 innings, going 5-1. He's a Las Vegas native.

13th round, 387th overall

Jeremy Lee, RHP, South Alabama

Started 13 of 14 games, but was 2-8 with a 6.41 ERA. He's from Valley Grande, Ala.

14th round, 417th overall

Xander Hamilton, RHP, Appalachian State

In 16 starts the Raleigh native went 8-4 with a 5.75 ERA in 88 innings, with school record 115 strikeouts.

15th round, 447th overall

Spencer Bengard, RHP, California Baptist

Bengard, from Moreno Valley, Calif., started 12 of his 23 appearances and had 70 strikeouts in 68 innings.

16th round, 477th overall

Anthony Silvas, RHP, Riverside (Calif.) City College

After playing as a freshman with Bengard at California Baptist, Silvas transferred to a JUCO to get draft eligible.

17th round, 507th overall

Kade Bragg, LHP, Angelo (Texas) State

Was 15-1 with a 1.20 ERA in 18 games, with 124 strikeouts in 104 innings. From Ennis, Texas.

18th round, 537th overall

Hector Garcia Jr., RHP, Hope International University

The Fullerton, Calif., native started 11 games and struck out 93 in 56 innings with a .80 WHIP. HIU is in Fullerton.

19th round, 567th overall

Sam Parker, 1B, Kennesaw Mountain High School, Georgia

The left-handed hitting Parker, who is 6-5, is committed to Chipola Junior College in Marianna, Fla. He's from Marietta, Ga.

20th round, 597th overall

Ashton Larson, OF, St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Kansas

A left-handed hitter, Larson is from Overland Park, Kansas. He is the top-ranked player in the state and is headed for LSU.