Rounds three through 10 are today. Read below for details on the Yankees' picks...
10th Round, Pick 307: LHP Josh Maciejewski, UNC Charlotte
Maciejewski posted a 2.25 ERA across 15 games -- including one complete game -- in 104 innings for Charlotte in 2018. Maciejewski improved in 2018 after his ERA was 5.35 last season.
His 104 innings pitched this season easily surpassed his previous mark for most innings in a season, which was 85 in 2016.
Ninth round, No. 277: RHP Mick Vorhof, Grand Canyon University
Vorhof, a reliever, appeared in 27 games this season, earning seven saves. He struck out 48 batters in 38.1 innings and lowered his ERA to 2.35, which was almost half of what it was a season before.
Eighth round, No. 247: RHP Connor Van Hoose, Bucknell
The 22-year-old Van Hoose went 8-4 with a 2.36 ERA this season and pitched a no-hitter early in the season against Lehigh University. He pitched six complete games this season.
Van Hoose went unraked on MLB.com and Baseball America.
Seventh round, No. 217: Daniel Bies, Gonzaga
Bies went 7-4 with a 2.49 ERA in 16 games for Gonzaga in 2018. He appearead in four more games this season than in 2017, but upped his strikeout total from 33 to 124.
Bies was 278th on Baseball America's Top 500 list
Sixth round, No. 187: Rodney Hutchison, RHP, UNC
Hutchinson made 20 appearances for the Tar Heels this season, 10 of which were starts. Though he owned a 4.63 ERA, he is considered to have an exciting arsenal of pitches. He owns a low-90s fastball with a 94-mph peak, but his changeup is his out pitch with a plus rating. He also mixes in an average slider.
Fifth round, No. 157: Brandon Lockridge, CF, Troy University
Lockridge hit .307/.429/.480 in his junior season at Troy this year. He also belted four homers and notched 39 RBI as well.
Though he wasn't ranked by MLB.com, he did earn a 194th ranking among Baseball America's Top 500. He originally began as a second baseman before making the transition to the outfield this year. That move, though, will require some more fine tuning in the Yankees' farm system.
Fourth round, No. 127: Frank German, RHP, University of North Florida
German is a 6-foot-2, 195-pound junior coming out of North Florida. Throwing right-handed off the mound, German posted a 1.58 ERA and .190 batting averaged over 14 starts (2 CG) this season.
German allowed just 16 earned runs over 91.1 innings pitched. He also totaled 108 strikeouts this season, which marks the most in his collegiate career.
Third round, No. 97: Ryder Green, OF, Karns HS (Tennessee)
Green, a Vanderbilt commit, will need to fine tune his skills in the Yankees' farm system if he decides to sign. However, the 6-foot, 200-pound outfielder has a very powerful bat.
"Green has some tools to work with, most notably his raw power. The ball comes off his bat very well, as evidenced by a home run he crushed this week," MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo wrote in August 2017. "He's strong and explosive with some quick-twitch athleticism, reminding some of [Arizona Diamondbacks] A.J. Pollock."