Nine of the 11 players the Mets drafted in the first 10 rounds played in an NCAA regional game in 2016. It is interesting that the Mets chose so many college players who played on tournament-worthy teams. Just a coincidence? I doubt it.
Round 1: Justin Dunn, RHP, Boston College lost in Super Regionals.
Round 1S: Anthony Kay, LHP, Connecticut lost in NCAA Regional.
Round 2: Peter Alonso, 1B, Florida made it to College World Series.
Round 3: Blake Tiberi, 3B, Louisville lost in Super Regionals.
Round 4: Michael Paez, SS, Coastal Carolina made it to College World Series.
Round 5: Colby Woodmansee, SS, Arizona State lost in NCAA Regional.
Round 6: Chris Viall, RHP, Stanford finished sixth in the PAC-12.
Round 7: Austin McGeorge, RHP, Long Beach State lost in NCAA Coral Gables Regional.
Round 8: Placido Torres, LHP, Tusculum (Tenn.) lost in NCAA DII Baseball Regional
Round 9: Colin Holderman, RHP, Heartland (Ill.) CC - NJCAA Division II All-American (DH)
Round 10: Gene Cone, OF, South Carolina lost in Super Regionals.