The Red Sox have signed sixth-round pick Travis Lakins away from Ohio State according to Chris Webb of Big Ten Baseball:
Red Sox source confirm what I heard earlier, Ohio State soph. RHP Travis Lakins, Boston's 6th round pick, has sign, foregoing final 2 years— Chris Webb (@ChrisMWebb) July 8, 2015
With the addition of Lakins, the Red Sox have now signed all of their picks from the first ten rounds. While there are players taken in the lower rounds left unsigned, when it comes to the really important picks, that's a wrap.
While Lakins was the final straggler, there wasn't much question that he would end up in Boston if the Sox had the space left in their bonus pool to sign him. There's still no word on just how much the right-handed pitcher cost the Red Sox, but the Red Sox had some $555,000 to spare after signing the other eight players they drafted in the first ten rounds against a slot bonus of $287,500 for where Travis was picked, making it hard to imagine the money was ever a problem.
2015 marks the fourth straight season where the Red Sox have signed all of their picks in the first ten rounds--that's every year since Ben Cherington took over, with Senquez Golson (now of the Pittsburgh Steelers) the last player they missed on back in 2011.
For more on Lakins, check out our initial coverage of Boston's selection.