The final day of the draft begins today at 10:00 AM as teams can pick players for up to the 40th round. To follow the draft, go to MLB.com. The Dodgers have used all of their picks in the last two seasons.
Here is some highlights of these late round picks (some rounds will be skipped if no one of note is there):
12th Round - Billy Grabarkewitz (1966) is the only player of consequence drafted in this round, Rancho Cucamonga infielder Adam Law was the choice here in 2013.
13th Round - Greg Brock (1979) was one of the few successes from this round, current shortstop at Chattanooga, Darnell Sweeney, was the choice here in 2012.
14th Round - Scott Van Slyke (2005) has found a role and perhaps a MLB career as a platoon player. Great Lakes reliever Michael Johnson was picked here in 2013.
15th Round - Eric Stults (2002) is the current best player, Ted Sizemore (1966) won the 1969 Rookie of the Year for the Dodgers but was then traded after the 1970 season for Dick "Richie" Allen.
16th Round - Dave Stewart (1975) who was part of the 1981 World Series title team but had his best years in Oakland in the late 80s.
17th Round - Russell Martin (2002) is Logan White's best pick here but Martin is second to Orel Hershiser (1979) in Dodger history.
18th Round - A.J. Ellis (2003) who was taken a year after Martin is the best player selected in this round.
19th Round - David Ross (1995) has had a solid career, a small part of it was played on the Dodgers at the major league level. The pick that got away though it may have never had a chance was David Price (2004) who didn't sign and went to college and became a No. 1 overall pick.
21st Round - Jacob Scavuzzo (2012) is an outfielder for the Loons.
23rd Round - Ted Lilly (1996) is the best player drafted and signed by the Dodgers in this round. He debuted in Montreal in 1999 but he did return to LA in 2011 and he retired in 2013.
26th Round - Scott Schebler (2010) is trying to make it to the majors from this draft position.
29th Round - Red Patterson (2010) could be the best Dodger ever from this round
30th Round - Shawn Tolleson (2010) could be the WAR leader here when it is all said and done.
36th Round - Tom Niedenfuer (1977) was a rookie on the 1981 World Series team and will remembered for one poor NLCS.