The Yankees signed a group of lower round draft picks earlier this week. Yesterday they locked up 3 of their higher picks when 2nd rounder Jacob Lindgren, 3rd rounder Austin DeCarr, and 5th round Jordan Foley all agreed to deals.
Lindgren, via his dad's Twitter, signed for exactly slot value of $1,078,700. Not much of a surprise considering the pick and his profile as a college pitcher. Foley also signed for exactly slot value at $317,500, according to Chris Cotillo. DeCarr signed for an even million bucks, not quite double the slot value of his pick (585.1k), but a good enough chunk of change to get him to pass on his commitment to Clemson.
DeCarr was the biggest and only real no-sign risk from the Yankees' picks in the first 10 rounds, so the rest of the signings should just be a formality now. No word yet on where DeCarr will be heading, although my guess would be SS Staten Island. Both Lindgren and Foley are ticketed for Low-A Charleston to start their pro careers. Have to think there's a very good chance that neither stick there long.