By selecting Nevada right-hander Braden Shipley, the Diamondbacks landed a player with the No. 15 overall pick that many had projected to go in the top 10.

It’s unclear why Shipley slid out of the top 10; descriptions of his stuff make him sound like a potential top-of-the-rotation pitcher. Shipley has a fastball that sits in the 93-95 mph range along with one of the best change-ups in the draft and a curveball that shows promise but needs refinement.

He posted a 2.77 ERA in 15 starts for Nevada, striking out 102 and walking 34 in 107 1/3 innings.

Baseball America rated Shipley as the draft’s eighth-best prospect. ESPN.com had him sixth and MLB.com ninth.