11th Round - Josh Rogers, LHP: The left-hander is another Tommy John survivor, having undergone the procedure in April 2013 as a senior in high school, though he was able to return to the mound just 11 months later. At six-foot-three and 200 pounds, he has a strong body and "locates his 87-91 mph fastball, mixes in a slider that flashes average at his best and below-average at other times and a usable changeup." The Louisville starter is projected to be a potential backend starter when all is said and done. He was ranked 342 overall and seventh in the state of Kentucky, so this was a pretty nice pickup if they can get him to sign as a sophomore.
12th Round - Terrance Robertson, OF: If you can believe it, the Yankees didn't take another college arm, instead deciding to go with left-handed hitting outfielder Terrance Robertson out of Valley Vista High School in Surprise, Arizona. In his senior year, the 6-foot, 175-pounder hit .427/.511/.736 with three home runs, 20 extra base hits, 19 stolen bases, and a 20/12 BB/K ration. In 2015, he was selected to the Perfect Game All-American All-Region West 2nd team and received Underclass High Honorable Mention in 2014.
13th Round - Trey Amburgey, CF: The Yankees took another promising outfielder when they drafted Amburgey out of St. Petersburg College. The 6-foot-two, 210-pound right-handed hitter batted .304/.351/.385 with 13 stolen bases in 174 plate appearances this season and is known as a burner on the base paths with the potential to become a power outfield bat.
14th Round - Will Carter, RHP: The Yankees went with another college pitcher when they took Will Carter out of the University of Alabama. The 6-foot-three, 195-pounder is another Tommy John surviver, having missed the 2013 season and half of 2014 while recovering from the procedure. He returned strong, throwing in the 91-95 mph range with a strong curveball and was drafted by the Rangers in the 35th round in 2014. In his collegiate career, he attended East Tennessee State University and Walters State Community college before transferring to Alabama for the 2015 season. His statistics weren't great as he pitched to a 5.03 ERA in 62.2 innings and his control was bad with a 4,45 BB/9, but if the velocity is there, they can hopefully figure him out.
15th Round - Bret Marks, RHP: After taking Marks in the 22nd round of the 2012 draft, the Yankees got their man in 2015 when they took him as a senior out of the University of Tennessee. Ranked 22nd in the state of Tennessee, he has a fastball in the upper 80's and ranked second in the SEC with 89 strikeouts and was second only to Carson Fulmer. The 6-foot-three, 190-pounder pitched to a 2.92 ERA with 10.40 K/9 and 3.27 BB/9 in 77 innings.
16th Round - Kolton Mahoney, RHP: The Yankees went with another pitcher to throw a no-hitter, accomplishing the feat in 2014 with Brigham Young University. He was drafted by the Brewers in the 23rd round of the 2010 draft, but decided to go to college instead. The six-foot-one, 195-pounder has a fastball in the 89-94 mph range and shows the arm strength to add more velocity in the future. "He also locates his tight slider very well, showing a feel for the low-80s power pitch. He has a four-pitch mix with a solid curveball that he locates and a changeup with some true bottom to it." Baseball America thinks highly of him, comping him to Trevor Rosenthal, ranking Mahoney 173 in the nation and first overall in the state of Utah, however, they feel he needs to throw his fastball for more strikes if he wants to stay a starter.
17th Round - Brody Koerner, RHP: Saved from the brink of oblivion, Kroerner came a long way after a 15.63 ERA season in 2014. Described as a groundball pitcher, the six-foot-two, 200-pounder had a 7.55 ERA in 2015, but also had a 9.15 K/9, using his "heavy fastball that touched 93 mph but sat 89-92. And he mixed in a hard slurve-like breaking ball that he called a curve that hovered around 80 mph, locating it for strikes and burying it out of the zone."
18th Round - Zack Zehner, LF: The right-handed hitting outfielder is a senior from Cal Poly after hitting .304/.356/.509 with nine home runs in 236 plate appearances in 2015. The six-foot-four, 215-pounder transferred form Santa Barbara City College prior to the 2014 season and was taken in the 7th round by the Blue Jays in the 2014 draft, but decided to return for his senior year. That didn't seem to work out for him as scouts aren't sure about his overall upside or his future power production.
19th Round - Mark Seyler, RHP: Coming out of San Diego State University, Seyler pitches in the low-90s and is ranked 68th in the state of California by Baseball America. The six-foot-three, 190-pound junior had a solid 2015 season, making the All-Mountain West team by pitching to a 2.77 ERA with a 6.62 K/9 and 2.93 BB/9 in 107.1 innings.
20th Round - Isiah Gilliam, 1B: Drafted as a first baseman, Gilliam has actually played all over the diamond, spending time in the outfield and on the pitching mound. The 6-foot-three, 220-pound switch-hitter attends Chipola College and has a plus arm in the outfield, good speed, and power from both sides of the plate.