NEW YORK -- The Brewers' front office has been busy.
The club announced Thursday the signings of seven more players from last week's First-Year Player Draft, bringing the two-day total to 17.
Among those inking their first professional deals were three picks from the top 10 rounds: Indiana University third baseman Dustin DeMuth, prep right-hander David Burkhalter and Kansas State outfielder Mitch Meyer.
DeMuth led his team with a .374 average while slugging .531 as a senior this season before going in the fifth round. Meyer, Milwaukee's seventh-round selection, batted .264 with a .351 on-base percentage as a redshirt junior.
Collegiate righties Brandon Woodruff (11th round) and Caleb Smith (15th round) were also among the new signees. Right-hander Taylor Stark (30th round) and southpaw Chad Reeves (33rd round) rounded out Thursday's list.
Tim Healey is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.