10:05am: The Jays have not confirmed the Anderson signing, but they did announce an agreement with second-round pick Jeremy Gabryszwski and three later picks. Gabryszwski, a high school righty with a mid-90s fastball, was drafted 78th overall.
7:47am: The Blue Jays agreed to terms with supplemental pick Jacob Anderson on a deal worth $990K, tweets Kendall Rogers of Perfect Game USA. Anderson had committed to play for Pepperdine. The high school outfielder went 35th overall and was part of the Jays' compensation for the loss of reliever Scott Downs. Slot for the pick is $900K, reports Baseball America.
BA reports that Anderson is a profiles in center or right field and is "a physical specimen with plenty of leverage and solid-average to plus raw power potential in his slightly uphill swing."
For our list of all the first and supplemental round picks to sign so far, click here. The deadline is August 15th.