Brewers amateur scouting director Bruce Seid said this in a text message: "As our protocol, until announced and confirmed I can't say [anything] definite, but we have motivated players and an organization that is motivated to have them all be part of it."
The Brewers are typically slow to announce agreements with First-Year Player Draft selections, opting to wait until they can release a group of names at once. They did so Wednesday evening, announcing the signings of 10 draftees, including third-round righty Cy Sneed, fourth-round outfielder Troy Stokes Jr. and ninth-round catcher Greg McCall.
According to MLB.com's own reporting, the club's release, other news sources, and players' own social media accounts, all of the Brewers' picks through Round 9 had either formally signed, agreed to terms or were nearing agreement as of Wednesday morning. That group includes the Brewers' two other Day 1 picks, supplemental first-round pick Jacob Gatewood, a prep shortstop who agreed to a $1.83 million bonus, and second-round pick Monte Harrison, a prep outfielder who agreed to sign for $1.8 million.
Both of those bonuses exceeded the amount allotted by Major League Baseball for those slots, but Medeiros' bonus is expected to come in under the recommended $2,805,700.
Other signings made official by the team include college righties Kaleb Earls (13th round) and Luke Curtis (18th round), as well as college left-hander Zach Hirsch (19th round).
Fifth-rounder Dustin DeMuth, seventh-rounder Mitch Meyer, 11th-rounder Brandon Woodruff and McCall will all begin their pro careers with the Helena Brewers, according to a preview of that team published in Wednesday's Helena Independent Record.
Four late-round arms rounded out the group of official signings: righty Donnie Hissa (21st round), righty Bubba Blau (24th round), righty Brock Hudgens (31st round) and lefty David Carver (35th round).
Adam McCalvy is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Brew Beat, and follow him on Twitter at @AdamMcCalvy. Tim Healey is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.