Day three of the draft can get overlooked, but countless quality major league players can be found. Listed below are the Dodgers draft picks from round 11 through 20.
11th round (334 overall) -- Catcher, Spencer Navin of Vanderbilt (TN): Spencer Navin is known for his above average arm, consistently challenging speedy base runners.
12th round (364 overall) -- 3rd baseman, Adam Law of Brigham Young University (UT): Adam Law is the son of the former major leaguer Vince Law and the grandson of former major leaguer Vernon Law.
13th round (394 overall) -- Left-handed pitcher, Ty Damron of Krum High School in Texas: Ty Damron finished his junior season by posting a record of 5-3 with a 2.93 ERA and 96 strikeouts.
14th round (424 overall) -- Left-handed pitcher, Michael Johnson of Dartmouth (NH) college: Michael Johnson helped Dartmouth set a school record of 32 wins, the senior put together a 7-0 record in nine starts.
15th round (454 overall) -- Left-handed pitcher, Billy Flamion of Grossmont College (CA): Billy Flamion was a left-handed relief specialist at Grossmont College, and will probably continue doing so looking ahead.
16th round (484 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, Peter Miller of Florida State: Peter Miller is a 6-1 195 pound right handed pitcher, yet is most commonly known for numerous academic awards.
17th round (514 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, Greg Harris of Los Almitos High School: Greg Harris is the son of Greg Harris, who played in the MLB for 15 years and even alternated throwing arms during a game.
18th round (544 overall) -- Second baseman, James McDonald of Arizona State: James McDonald started 56 games this season, and also bat in the heart of ASU's order which lead the Pac-12 Conference in home runs.
19th round (574 overall) -- Shortstop, Blake Hennessey of Arlington Country Day High School (FL): Blake Hennessey averaged one RBI per game played (25), meanwhile collecting a .299 batting average and a .352 on base percentage.
20th round (604 overall) -- Left fielder, Michael Ahmed of Holy Cross (MA): Michael Ahmed earned a spot on the first-team All-Patriot League by batting .295, and lead the team with 39 runs scored.