Thomas, a Fresno State junior left-hander, was taken by the World Series champions Chicago Cubs in the seventh round (225th overall).
The Philadelphia Philles drafted Brogdon, an ex-Liberty-Madera Ranchos and Fresno City College right-hander, in the 10th round (293rd).
The draft started Monday and will conclude Wednesday with rounds 11-40.
Thomas, a two-time first team All-Mountain West selection, extends the Bulldogs’ streak of having at least one player drafted to 41 years. He finished the season 8-4 with a 4.86 ERA in 17 games, including 15 starts. He struck out 100 and walked 52 in 90.2 innings.
Brogdon, a senior, went 2-0 with 14 strikeouts during Lewis-Clark State’s run to the NAIA World Series title. For the season he was 8-1 with 99 strikeouts in 80.1 innings and a 2.91 ERA. Coming out of high school, he was drafted in the 40th round of the 2013 draft by the Atlanta Braves.
Names to watch
Prospects with Central San Joaquin Valley ties who could hear their names called during the 2017 MLB Draft.
Jamal O’Guinn, Buchanan
Zach Presno, Buchanna
Quentin Selma, Buchanan
Carson Olson, Buchanan
Holden Powell, Mt. Whitney
Isaiah Haddad, Edison
Jace Chamberlin, Redwood
Daveiyon Whittle, Central
Noah Haupt, Clovis North
Ricky Tyler Thomas (Cubs, seventh round)
LIBERTY-MADERA RANCHOS/FRESNO CITY
Connor Brogdon, now with Lewis-Clark State (Phillies, 10th round)