Here is a link for Washington State reliever Travis Webb.
PULLMAN, Wash - Washington State junior pitcher Travis Webb, selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the eighth round, was the first of three Cougars picked during the opening day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, Tuesday. In addition, senior outfielder Jay Miller was taken in the 17th round by the Philadelphia Phillies while the Texas Rangers selected junior pitcher Mike Wagner in the18th round.
Webb, a left-handed pitcher from Spokane, Wash., was the 234th player taken in the draft after posting a 4-0 record with eight saves and a 2.17 ERA this past season. His saves total was tied for second on WSU's single-season list and third in the Pacific-10 Conference. Opponents hit just .215 against him this season as he picked up conference saves against Stanford, UCLA, USC and Washington.