The Colorado Rockies drafted Jamey Wright with their first round pick in the 1993 draft
In the first round of the 1993 Draft, the Colorado Rockies selected a right-handed pitcher out of high school in Oklahoma: Jamey Wright.
Wright had a signing bonus of $395,000 and by 1996, he was in the majors with the Rockies. He had mixed success with the Rockies in parts of six seasons (5.40 ERA in 140 games, 132 of which were starts, and an ERA+ of 95) but he pitched in the majors for parts of 19 seasons.
He was with the Rockies in two stints (1996-1999 and 2004-2005). The Rockies traded him to Milwaukee after the ’99 season in a three-team deal for Milwaukee third baseman Jeff Cirillo and a trade chain started with that.
Cirillo was great in a Rockies uniform but was only with Colorado for two years before being traded to Seattle for (among others) reliever Brian Fuentes.
Fuentes was a three-time All-Star for the Rockies and was an integral part of the 2007 Rockies that won the National League so despite Wright not being great in six seasons as a Rockie (5.5 rWAR), the pick paid off for the Rockies, even if by proxy.
Also, at least in the first round, Wright was the best major leaguer remaining. The only MLB player drafted after Wright in the first round in 1993 with an rWAR above 1.0 was third baseman Kevin Orie.
But a high second-round pick could have been a member of the Rockies and he could be a future Hall of Famer.