LOS ANGELES (WFXR) — After two days of the Major League Baseball draft, a quartet of Hokies have heard their name called, cementing the 2022 Virginia Tech squad as one of the most storied draft classes in school history.

Late Sunday night, Tanner Schobel got taken by the Minnesota Twins as the 68th overall pick. The shortstop led the Hokies with 19 homers this past season. His selection marks the first time the Hokies had two players taken in the Top 11 in the same draft year.

On Monday, utility player Nick Biddison was chosen in the fourth round by the Los Angeles Dodgers as the 135th overall pick.

Shortly after, Cade Hunter heard his name called in the fifth round with the Cincinnati Reds picking the catcher at No. 153.

The trio join Gavin Cross, who made history by becoming the highest draft pick in school history when he was chosen ninth overall by the Kansas City Royals.

Virginia Tech signee Nick Morabito will forego his commitment to the Hokies after the New York Mets chose him in round two on Sunday night.

The University of Virginia saw two of its left handed pitchers selected on Day 2. Nate Savino was taken in the third round (82nd overall) by the Arizona Diamondbacks while Brandon Neeck was chosen in the ninth round by the Dodgers.

Liberty pitcher Mason Fluharty was picked up the Toronto Blue Jays in the fifth round as the 158th pick of the draft.