According to Todd Zolecki of MLB.com, the Phillies have reached a deal with second-round draft pick Kelly Dugan.
Dugan, a switch-hitting high school outfielder from California, was actually the club's first overall selection. Phillies assistant general manager Benny Looper had some nice compliments for the kid on Saturday evening:
"I think several things impressed me," said Looper. "A lot of it isn't what I saw, but what I know about his character. His personality. His work ethic. What we were able to see was the athleticism and the tools. The run tool. The throw tool. He's a switch-hitter. He's got a good looking swing."
Dugan is expected to report to rookie ball later this month.