On Jan. 29, MLB.com released their official Top 100 Prospect Rankings. By no surprise, Texas Rangers shortstop Jurickson Profar was their top-ranked prospect.
There are a ton of new prospects to keep an eye on. There are some names we have heard already and some we have not. Now, we can all agree to the fact that coming up with a prospect list is difficult, so bare with me here and feel free to comment any names I leave out.
I have put together my own Top 50 prospects coming into the season, and although it may be somewhat similar to Jonathan Mayo‘s, I have some people way higher on my board than his and some that are way lower in my ranks of prospects.
I would like to congratulate Mike Trout and Bryce Harper for translating their talents to superstars and finally excluding themselves from the word ”prospect”, because they are no longer that.
With that being said, here are my top 50 prospects.