There were 228 (legitimate) draft picks made in the 2017 NASOMA Draft. There was one pass.
Here's the breakdown...
There were 210 carded players drafted. 115 were pitchers; 95 were hitters.
There were 18 uncarded players drafted. 3 were pitchers; 15 were hitters. Only 17 of those were kept. The Bees drafted and cut Sean Newcomb.
There were 48 Lightning Round picks. The Wahoos picked a previously drafted player with their first pick, knocking them out. The Drillers and FFTs did the same thing on their 5th and final pick (although the FFTs' twice-picked guy wasn't discovered until later).
Of those 48 LR picks, 7 were kept on rosters - one each by the Tweeners, Rhinos, Skyscrapers, Warpigs, Buckeyes, Fungoes, and Killer Bees.
The latest a player was picked and then kept was LR pick Fernando Rodney by the Bees at pick 203. There were three players chosen in the 60's who were later cut: Teoscar Hernandez by the FFTs at pick 68, Ryon Healy by the Mavs at pick 62, and the earliest a player was drafted and cut: Jerry Blevins by the Fungoes at pick 61.
Of the 33 reserved players, 29 are uncarded and 4 are carded (Shelby Miller, Kyle Schwarber, Matt Harvey, and Lucas Duda).
There were 18 players (9 hitters, 9 pitchers) protected pre-Draft but then cut post-Draft. The Warpigs and Skyscrapers each cut 3.