Top 300 Fantasy Prospects (Postseason 2020)

THIS IS AN OUTDATED LIST. CLICK HERE FOR THE UPDATED TOP 355 WITH J2 PROSPECTS.

Cutoff is 75 MLB AB or 24 MLB IP. Graduations: Jo Adell, Luis Robert, Gavin Lux, Dylan Carlson, Jesus Luzardo, Carter Kieboom, Casey Mize, Dustin May, Alec Bohm, Kyle Wright, Luis Garcia (Nats), Mitch Keller, Ryan Mountcastle, Sixto Sanchez, Ke’Bryan Hayes, Daulton Varsho, Nick Madrigal, Deivi Garcia, Tarik Skubal, Ian Anderson, Sean Murphy, Nico Hoerner, Brendan McKay, Nick Solak, Evan White, Triston McKenzie, Bryse Wilson, Abraham Toro, Austin Hays, Bobby Dalbec, Jose Urquidy, Andres Gimenez, Isaac Paredes, Leody Taveras, Spencer Howard, Brendan Rodgers, Trevor Rogers, Randy Arozarena, Sam Hilliard, Edwin Rios, Adrian Morejon, Brady Singer, David Peterson, Edward Olivares, Dane Dunning, Josh Rojas, and Mauricio Dubon.

RankNameOrgPosAgeLevelBTHeightWtSlotNotesVideo
1Wander FrancoTBSS19A+SR5′ 10”189N/AConsensus top prospect in baseball. Don’t overthink the selection at 1.1YouTube YouTube
2Julio RodriguezSEAOF19A+RR6′ 4”225N/ANot as sold on the hit tool as others seem to be. Still a huge prospect with huge power.YouTube YouTube
3Jarred KelenicSEAOF21AALL6′ 0”196N/ASolid tools across the board. May get to plus hit and power.YouTube YouTube
4Marco LucianoSFSS19A-RR6′ 2”178N/ARacked up 25 XBH in 179 AB as a minor in rookie ball and A-. Showed excellent plate recognition skills. Power will grow as he matures physically.YouTube YouTube
5Spencer TorklesonDET3B21FYPDRR6′ 1”220N/AHuge power with a solid (above-average) hit tool. Probably not a third baseman but I don’t care.YouTube YouTube
6Andrew VaughnCHW1B22A+RR6′ 0”214N/ALast year’s lack of power seems to have scared some people off. He’s still a hit/power machine.Twitter Twitter
7CJ AbramsSDSS20ALR6′ 2”185N/AThe speedster has shown more pop than initial grades. He’s an absolute burner and larger than expected.YouTube YouTube
8Adley RutschmanBALC22ASR6′ 2”216N/APlus hit and power. Best catching prospect in many years but not “best prospect since Bryce Harper” good.YouTube Twitter
9MacKenzie GoreSDP21AALL6′ 3”195¾The undisputed top SP prospect in the minor leagues. Surprised he wasn’t called up at some point last year.YouTube YouTube
10Kristian RobinsonARIOF19ARR6′ 3”190N/AHopefully he can keep the strikeouts in check enough to showcase his sexy power/speed combo. Not as big as I was expecting from reading scouting reports.YouTube YouTube
11Royce LewisMINSS21AARR6′ 2”200N/AA strong AFL has made some forget about his down season after entering 2019 as a top ten prospect.YouTube YouTube
12Alex KirilloffMIN1B23MLBLL6′ 2”195N/APotential plus hit and power tools haven’t shown up in the box score. May have shot up boards if the 2020 MiLB season wasn’t canceled.YouTube YouTube
13Jeter DownsBOSSS22AARR5′ 11”180N/AKicked in the door at AA in 2019. Probably going to get add weight and stop running but his power and hit tools are still solid.YouTube YouTube
14Riley GreeneDETOF20ALL6′ 3”200N/ASolid contact and power. Struck out a lot for a plus contact guy but was only 18.YouTube Twitter
15Vidal BrujanTB2B22AASR5′ 9”155N/ASurprising power for his frame but still below average. Plus hitter. Double plus runner.YouTube YouTube
16Corbin CarrollARIOF20A-LL5′ 10”165N/ABilled as a contact/speed guy. Showed surprising power last year with 18 XBH in 154 PA.YouTube YouTube
17Jasson DominguezNYYOF17RKSR5′ 10”190N/AGoing to need to see more than BP videos to move a 17 year old into the top ten. Everything looks great though. I’m not as concerned with the weight gain as others seem to be.YouTube YouTube
18Bobby Witt Jr.KCSS20RKRR6′ 1”190N/AFive tool guy that still has a long way to go before he reaches his offensive ceiling.YouTube YouTube
19Noelvi MarteSEASS19RKRR6′ 1”181N/AProspect world is all over the place on this one. I’ve seen everything from 80 grade speed to an Adrian Beltre comp. I think he gets bigger and loses his wheels. Still a solid piece without them.YouTube YouTube
20Luis MatosSFOF18RKRR5′ 11”160N/ANot sure why everyone is all over Marte but not Matos. Showed off his speed, contact, and power in the lower levels last year.YouTube YouTube
21Nate PearsonTORP24MLBRR6′ 6”245H ¾Has never pitched more than 101.2 innings. Several 70-80 grades on his fastball. Electric arsenal. Questionable command and health. An injury kept him below my 20 IP threshold in 2020.YouTube YouTube
22Austin MartinTOR3B21FYPDRR6′ 0”185N/AHe’ll be a solid fantasy asset regardless of which defensive position he ends up playing. Many think he has the best bat in the draft class. May have at least above-average tools across the board. Dominated stiff competition in the SEC.YouTube YouTube
23Zac VeenCOLOF18FYPDLR6′ 4”190N/ABest prep bat on the board. Could develop plus hit and power tools but isn’t as proven as the two college bats ranked above him.YouTube YouTube
24Emerson HancockSEAP21FYPDRR6′ 4”213¾Four above-average+ pitches. Was in the 1.01 discussion at peak hype.YouTube YouTube
25Asa LacyKCP21FYPDLL6′ 4”215H ¾Another guy with four quality pitches. I trust Hancock’s strike throwing ability but Lacy is the top consensus arm in the draft.YouTube YouTube
26Triston CasasBOS1B20A+LR6′ 4”238N/ALove the power. Not buying that he’s ever more than a average contact guy despite reports.YouTube YouTube
27Aaron BrachoCLE2B19A-SR5′ 11”175N/AThis guy might have the two prettiest swings in the low minors. Excellent from both sides of the plate. Uses all fields. Small but generates plenty of power.Twitter Twitter
28Brayan RocchioCLE2B19A-SR5′ 10”150N/APlus hit and speed. Small but should generate average power with a really nice swing. Probably a second baseman.YouTube YouTube
29Brennen DavisCHCOF21ARR6′ 4”175N/AStruck out only 18.6% at A ball at 19 after many scouting reports questioned his ability to make contact. Many think the speed wont stay around but the power showed up last year.YouTube YouTube
30Luis PatinoSDP21MLBRR6′ 0”192H ¾Short. Explosive fastball. Fantastic slider. Changeup was better than expected in his brief MLB debut. Managed to stay under my 20 IP threshold in 2020.YouTube YouTube
31Forrest WhitleyHOUP23AAARR6′ 7”195H ¾Struggled in 2019 before a standout AFL. Has a lengthy history of injuries and was hurt all of 2020. Potentially has the best arsenal in the minors if he can stay healthy and throw strikes.YouTube YouTube
32Matt ManningDETP22AARR6′ 6”215¾Big fastball. Lacks a third pitch and can struggle to locate pitches. Putting the word “slight” in front of “forearm strain” doesn’t make it any less terrifying.YouTube Twitter
33Simeon Woods-RichardsonTORP20A+RR6′ 3”210H ¾Mets really managed his innings in the beginning of the season but he made it to A+ as an 18 year old anyway. Three above average pitches and solid command.YouTube YouTube
34Grayson RodriguezBALP21ALR6′ 5”220H ¾Three solid pitches (FB, CU, SL). Average command at best.YouTube YouTube
35Jordan BalazovicMINP22A+RR6′ 5”215H ¾Nice fastball and breaking ball. Still working on the change. Dominated as a 20 year old at high-A last year.YouTube YouTube
36Josiah GrayLADP22AARR6′ 1”190¾Good fastball, decent slider, and developing changeup. Solid control. Didn’t focus on pitching until college.YouTube YouTube
37Matthew LiberatoreSTLP21ALL6′ 5”200¾Looked great in his age 19 season at A ball last year. Nice fastball and curve. Change and slider aren’t far behind.YouTube YouTube
38Daniel LynchKCP24A+LL6′ 6”190H ¾Solid fastball and slider. Still working on a third pitch. Has displayed solid control for a pitcher his size.YouTube YouTube
39Logan GilbertSEAP23AARR6′ 6”225H ¾Nice fastball. Decent curve. Still developing a change. Control has been great for a guy of his stature.YouTube Twitter
40Daniel EspinoCLEP19A-RR6′ 2”205¾Young. Big. Huge fastball. Nice slider/curve combo as well. Control could be a problem.YouTube YouTube
41George KirbySEAP22A-RR6′ 4”201¾Big fastball with amazing accuracy. None of his secondaries are great.Twitter Twitter
42Michael KopechCHWP24MLBRR6′ 3”205N/ACommand issues and the fact that he hasn’t pitched since 2018 slide him down the list.YouTube YouTube
43Garrett MitchellMILOF22FYPDLR6′ 3”215N/AMight have the highest upside of the draft class. Plus raw power and speed. His swing needs some work.YouTube YouTube
44Alek ThomasARIOF20A+LL5′ 11”175N/AAbove average tools across the board, including somewhat surprising power. Not good at stealing bases at the moment and struggled as a youngster at A+.YouTube YouTube
45JJ BledayMIAOF22A+LL6′ 3”205N/A#4 overall pick last in 2019. Above average hit and power. No speed.Twitter Twitter
46Josh JungTEX3B22ARR6′ 2”215N/ATop ten pick in the 2019 draft. Above average hit and power. Apparently put on a show at the Rangers’ alt site.YouTube YouTube
47Hunter BishopSFOF22A-LR6′ 5”210N/ASolid power and speed with below-average contact. #10 overall pick in the 2019 draft.YouTube YouTube
48Tyler FreemanCLESS21A+RR6′ 0”170N/AGood contact hitter but doesn’t walk. Glowing reports have come out of the Indians’ alt site.YouTube YouTube
49Orelvis MartinezTOR3B19RKRR6′ 1”188N/AShowed off big power as a minor in the GCL. Will not play SS for long.YouTube YouTube
50Jhoan DuranMINP22AARR6′ 5”230H ¾Huge man with a huge fastball. Breaking ball is plus. Change is average. Control is average. I keep hearing about bullpen concerns. Looks like a starter to me.YouTube YouTube
51Shane BazTBP21ARR6′ 2”190¾Big fastball and breaking ball. Useable change and cutter. Struggles to throw strikes at times.YouTube YouTube
52Jordan GroshansTOR3B21ARR6′ 3”205N/AGood power with decent contact. Not a base stealer or a shortstop contrary to some reports.YouTube YouTube
53Drew WatersATLOF21AAASR6′ 2”183N/AMaybe the most divisive prospect in baseball due to high BABIP and less than ideal contact rates. I’m not going to hold a bad showing in AAA against him. He was 20 and managed to collect 56 XBH throughout the season.YouTube YouTube
54Josh LoweTBOF22AALR6′ 4”205N/AStandout 2019 fall league moved him up lists. Not far enough, though. Former first rounder was once Nate’s more heralded brother. Nice combination of power and speed. Needs to keep the strikeouts down.YouTube YouTube
55Oneil CruzPIT3B22AALR6′ 7”175N/AHuge frame which means huge power and and potential contact issues. Obviously his legal issues could push him off the list entirely.YouTube YouTube
56Erick PenaKCOF17RKLR6′ 3”180N/AMassive teenager. People that have seen him really like his hit and power tools.Twitter Twitter
57George ValeraCLEOF20ALL5′ 10”160N/ASwing porn. Needs to calm down with the strikeouts but the swing is so pretty that I have to assume he’ll get it under control.YouTube YouTube
58A.J. PukOAKP25MLBLL6′ 7”238H ¾XL human. Would be starting his third MLB season if not for multiple surgeries including Tommy John at the beginning of 2018. Missed all of 2020.YouTube YouTube
59Taylor TrammellSEAOF23AALL6′ 2”215N/AA victim of prospect fatigue, he still features a potential above-average hit tool and plus-plus speed. He also puts on a show in batting practice so hopefully there’s more power coming.YouTube YouTube
60Brandon MarshLAAOF23AALR6′ 4”215N/AAnother guy that turned heads at the AFL. Fast even though he has the natural build of a linebacker. Potential above average tools across the board. Needs to develop consistency. Not much in-game power yet.YouTube YouTube
61Clarke SchmidtNYYP24MLBRR6′ 1”200N/AFour solid pitches. Dominated a level he was way too old for in 2019. Hasn’t thrown 100 innings since his sophomore year of college.YouTube YouTube
62Edward CabreraMIAP22AARR6′ 4”175¾Good fastball but he slings it. Don’t think his secondaries are good enough. Below-average command.YouTube YouTube
63Nick LodoloCINP22ALL6′ 6”202L ¾Drafted #7 overall last year. Already nearly 22. Big fastball. Two good secondaries. Questionable command. Really low cross-body delivery doesn’t help.Twitter YouTube
64Shane McClanahanTBP23AALL6′ 1”200L ¾Big fastball. Good curve. Change should be usable. Control is questionable. Low arm slot doesn’t help.YouTube YouTube
65Alek ManoahTORP22A-RR6′ 6”260¾Power fastball/slider big-body guy. Decent control. Needs a third pitch but I prefer him to most pitchers in the class.YouTube
66Brett BatyNYM3B21A-LR6′ 3”210N/A2019 first rounder with future above average hit and power. A long way from reaching those grades though.YouTube YouTube
67Michael TogliaCOL1B22A-SR6′ 5”226N/A2019 first rounder above-average power. Average hit but draws walks. Also a Rockie which is nice.YouTube YouTube
68Michael BuschLAD2B23ALR6′ 0”207N/ADrafted at the end of the first round in 2019. Potential above average hit and power.YouTube YouTube
69Geraldo PerdomoARISS21A+RR6′ 3”184N/ADisplayed a better than expected hit tool last year as he walked more than he struck out. Below average power despite large frame. Above average speed.YouTube YouTube
70Nick GonzalesPIT2B21FYPDRR5′ 10”190N/AThe inverse of Garrett Mitchell. Solid hit tool and pretty swing but lacks the size and raw tools to be a fantasy superstar.YouTube YouTube
71Nolan JonesCLE3B22AALR6′ 2”185N/ABig future power but it didn’t show in the 2019 stat line. Lots of strikeouts but also walks at a good clip. Patient to a fault.YouTube YouTube
72Joey BartSFC24MLBRR6′ 3”235N/ANice power. Contact issues. Higher on real-life lists that care about defense.YouTube Twitter
73Austin HendrickCINOF19FYPDLL6′ 0”195N/AMassive power. Above-average speed. There are contact concerns but his bat speed and loud tools make him worth the gamble.YouTube YouTube
74Kameron MisnerMIAOF22ALL6′ 4”219N/AThe 35th overall pick of 2019. Huge power. Good athlete with solid speed. Questionable ability to make contact. Has looked good but was old for the levels he’s played at. A+ will be a nice challenge.Twitter Twitter
75Ronny MauricioNYMSS19ASR6′ 3”166N/ABody suggests he should be at least average at power and speed. Hasn’t shown up yet. Held his own at 18 in A ball.YouTube YouTube
76Misael UrbinaMINOF18RKRR6′ 0”175N/APlayed really well at 17 in the DSL in 2019. Walked more than he struck out. Showed speed as well but DSL numbers are to be taken with a grain of salt.YouTube YouTube
77Alexfri PlanezCLEOF19RKRR6′ 2”180N/AThis guy has been flying up lists this winter despite only having 29 AB since 2018. The swing is nice but he has some reported swing and miss issues.YouTube Twitter
78Maximo AcostaTEXSS18RKRR6′ 1”170N/AHe’s already four inches taller than he was when signed last July. Already getting Gleyber Torres comps. Above-average hit tool. Could get to decent power with his larger frame.YouTube
79Luis RodriguezLADOF18RKRR6′ 0”150N/A#4 on MLB’s top J2 list in 2019. A chance for nice power and contact but like most J2 signings this could go many ways. He’s still a kid.Instagram YouTube
80Mick AbelPHIP19FYPDRR6′ 5”190¾Three above-average+ pitches. Top prep pitcher in the class. All high school arms are risky but his upside is high.YouTube YouTube
81Reid DetmersLAAP21FYPDLL6′ 2”210¾High floor college arm. Good stuff with solid control but doesn’t have the ace upside of the pitchers above.YouTube YouTube
82Max MeyerMIAP21FYPDLR6′ 0”185¾Double plus slider. At least a plus fastball. Developing change. Lacking a starter’s build and track record of the pitchers above him.YouTube YouTube
83Zack ThompsonSTLP23A+LL6′ 2”225H ¾First round pick in 2019. Above average fastball, curve, and change. Decent command.YouTube YouTube
84Robert HassellSDOF19FYPDLL6′ 2”195N/APotential solid tools across the board. Experts debate his offensive ceiling (typical of prep prospects) but Hassell looks to be a good contact hitter that should be able to tap into some power and reach enough to steal some bases.YouTube YouTube
85Luis CampusanoSDC22MLBRR5′ 10”215N/AHit for solid power and walked nearly as much as he struck out in A+ in 2019. Was promoted to the MLB and promptly injured himself in 2020.YouTube YouTube
86Hedbert PerezMILOF17RKLL5′ 10”160N/AMystery prospect. Has generated lots of Twitter buzz without taking a single professional at-bat. Looks great in batting practice. Looking forward to seeing how he fares against pitchers trying to get him out.Twitter Twitter
87Travis SwaggertyPITOF23A+LL5′ 11”180N/A2018 #10 pick. Average hit and power. Above average speed. Cut back on the strikeouts in 2019.YouTube YouTube
88Jordyn AdamsLAAOF21A+RR6′ 2”180N/AAmazing athlete that’s still trying to figure out how to play baseball. Power and contact haven’t shown up but will one day according to some. Speed is legitimate. Changed his swing in 2019.YouTube YouTube
89Austin WellsNYYC21FYPDLR6′ 2”220N/AAbove-average hit and power tools. May not stay at catcher due to questionable defensive skills but his bat should be a fantasy asset at any position.YouTube YouTube
90Hunter GreeneCINP21ARR6′ 4”175L ¾Electric fastball. Two above-average secondaries. Good command. Low arm slot. Hasn’t pitched since 2018 due to TJ.YouTube YouTube
91Matthew AllanNYMP19A-RR6′ 3”225¾Above average fastball and curve. Third round 2019 pick due to signability concerns but was ranked much higher. Encouraging alt site reports regarding his changeup have vaulted him up my listYouTube YouTube
92Jarren DuranBOSOF24AALR6′ 2”200N/AMay have benefited the most from alt site development. Changed his mechanics and is supposedly generating more power. Hopefully his physical maturation didn’t affect his double-plus speed. Much of his previous success was BABIP-driven.YouTube YouTube
93Jackson KowarKCP24AARR6′ 5”180¾Fantastic changeup. Fastball was up to 98 in spring training. Developing breaking ball. Old for the levels he’s seen. Don’t understand why he didn’t debut in 2020.YouTube YouTube
94Jared KelleyCWSP19FYPDRR6′ 3”215H ¾Plus fastball and change. Developing breaking pitch. Good command. White Sox got a steal in the second round.YouTube YouTube
95Nick BitskoTBP18FYPDRR6′ 4”225H ¾Plus fastball and curve. Still developing an offspeed pitch but he’s young and his control is solid.YouTube YouTube
96Bryce JarvisARIP23FYPDLR6′ 2”195H ¾Entire arsenal improved during a bite sized 2020 campaign. Fastball is up to the mid-90s. Secondaries and control/command are solid. Would be much higher with a longer track record of success.YouTube YouTube
97JT GinnNYMP21FYPDRR6′ 2”200H ¾Three above-average+ pitches. Fell to the second round thanks to 2020 Tommy John. The health concerns are obvious but there’s huge upside here.YouTube YouTube
98Alexander MojicaPIT3B18RKRR6′ 1”195N/AWalked more than he struck out in the DSL as a 16-17 year old. Slashed .351/.468/.580 over 218 PA.YouTube
99Braxton GarrettMIAP23MLBRL6′ 3”190H ¾Great curve. Average fastball. Change is usable. #7 overall pick in 2016 was forgotten by some due to TJ. Was called up in 2020 but only for 7.2 IP.YouTube YouTube
100Cristian PacheATLOF22MLBRR6′ 2”185N/AHigher on lists that take consider defensive tools. Fast but is awful at stealing bases. Average contact. Below average power. Was used sparingly in 2020.YouTube YouTube
101Trevor LarnachMINOF23AALR6′ 4”223N/AStrikeouts were a problem in his first taste of AA. Was hoping to see him in the MLB a bit last year but it doesn’t seem like the Twins think he’s ready yet.Twitter Twitter
102Jazz ChisholmMIASS22MLBLR5′ 11”165N/ATooled up strikeout machine. Got in 52 MLB AB in 2020.YouTube YouTube
103Heliot RamosSFOF21AARR6′ 0”188N/ABilled as having above-average tools across the board. I think the only tool that falls into that category is power. His speed is average and the hit tool may be below-average.YouTube YouTube
104Xavier EdwardsTB2B21A+SR5′ 10”175N/ABlazing speed. No power. Not a shortstop. Has shown the ability to take the ball deep in BP but is an in-game slap hitter.YouTube YouTube
105Jose GarciaCINSS22MLBRR6′ 2”175N/ADecent contact. Plus speed was not as advertised in the MLB in 2020. No one was expecting him to even be an average MLB player at his age but there weren’t many positive things to take away from his performance.YouTube YouTube
106Nolan GormanSTL3B20A+LR6′ 1”210N/AProdigious power that hasn’t translated to the box score. Hit tool lags far behind. Got completely overwhelmed at A+. Still young.YouTube YouTube
107Robert PuasonOAKSS18RKSR6′ 3”165N/ABig kid. Got paid a lot of money in the 2019 J2 period. Chance to develop solid tools across the board but still very young and raw.YouTube YouTube
108Luisangel AcunaTEXSS17RKRR5′ 10”155N/ADon’t even compare him to his brother. Looks smaller than his listed height (5′ 10”). Did show promise in the DSL.Twitter
109Jonathan IndiaCIN3B24AARR6′ 0”200N/AMany people loved him coming out of 2018’s draft. He disappointed them. Has displayed an average hit tool with average power. Below-average speed. Showed signs of turning it around at AA last year.YouTube YouTube
110Benyamin BaileyCHWOF19RKRR6′ 4”215N/AHuge kid. Showed plate discipline, power, and a little bit of speed in the DSL last year. Choo choo.Twitter
111Liover PegueroPITSS20A-RR6′ 1”160N/AHas displayed an average hit and above-average speed tool. Also showed some surprise pop before being promoted.YouTube YouTube
112Pavin SmithARI1B24MLBLL6′ 2”210N/AGreat hit tool. Power is coming around slowly but may not get to average. ISO has increased ~.40 each season. The #7 overall pick in 2017 finally broke out a bit at AA in 2019 (.291/.370/.466; .175 ISO). Wasn’t overmatched in 42 MLB AB in 2020.YouTube YouTube
113Lewin DiazMIA1B24MLBLL6′ 4”225N/AAbove average power and average hit tools. Big enough to develop plus power if he loses his line drive swing. Received less than 40 MLB AB in 2020.YouTube YouTube
114Clayton BeeterLADP22FYPDRR6′ 2”220H ¾Three potential plus pitches and a checkered injury history. High upside pitcher with serious health and strike throwing concerns.YouTube YouTube
115Brailyn MarquezCHCP21MLBLL6′ 4”185L ¾Big fastball. Lacks secondaries. Struggles with command. Low arm slot.YouTube YouTube
116Jonathan StieverCHWP23MLBRR6′ 2”205¾Fastball reaches high-90s. Slider and changeup are above-average. Command is solid. Should stick as a starter. Good athlete. All-state WR/DB in high school.YouTube
117Ryan WeathersSDP21MLBRL6′ 1”230¾Former high school player of the year. Three above-average pitches with good command. Disappointed by not improving on his first season but was used in the playoffs in 2020.YouTube YouTube
118Ethan HankinsCLEP20ARR6′ 6”200L ¾Nice fastball but he slings it. Struggles with control. Needs to develop secondaries. Still very young.YouTube YouTube
119JJ GossTBP19RKRR6′ 3”185H ¾Rays were lucky to land him at pick #36 in 2019. Three above-average pitches and decent control/command.YouTube YouTube
120Adam KloffensteinTORP20A-RR6′ 5”243H ¾Multiple nice fastballs. Above-average slider. Curve and changeup aren’t great yet.YouTube YouTube
121Jay GroomeBOSP22A-LL6′ 6”220¾Stuff is solid. Curve is outstanding. Fastball is good. Changeup may be one day. Command is a little spotty but his biggest problem is health. Has pitched a total of 66 innings since being drafted #12 overall in 2016.YouTube YouTube
122DL HallBALP22A+LL6′ 2”195¾Great stuff. Awful control and command. Some people think he’ll figure it out. Three above-average+ pitches if he ever does. When I caught him he regularly hit the backstop.YouTube YouTube
123Quinn PriesterPITP20A-RR6′ 3”195¾2019 first round pick. Two solid current pitches that should get to above-average+. Developing changeup. Solid BB/9 rate masks spotty control. Way too many HBP and wild pitches.YouTube YouTube
124Michael HarrisATLOF19ALL6′ 0”195N/APlayed at A ball at age 18 after being drafted in the third round in 2019. Average hit. Above-average speed. Should develop average power.YouTube
125Peyton BurdickMIAOF23ARR6′ 0”210N/A2019 third rounder that is starting to get some buzz. Decent power. Makes better contact than expected.Twitter Twitter
126Daniel CabreraDETOF22FYPDLL6′ 1”196N/AAverage tools across the board. Has a chance to get to above-average hit and power tools.YouTube YouTube
127Isaiah GreeneNYMOF19FYPDLL6′ 1”180N/APlus speed. Above-average contact. Was viewed by some as a contact/speed profile but could get to average power.YouTube YouTube
128Aaron SabatoMIN1B21FYPDRR6′ 2”230N/APlus power. Average hit tool. No defensive value but should be a fantasy contributor if he can stay in the lineup.YouTube YouTube
129Reginald PreciadoSDSS17J2SR6′ 4”180N/A16 year old giant with a smooth swing. Could stick at shortstop despite his size.YouTube YouTube
130Arol VeraLAASS18J2SR6′ 2”170N/AStill a child. Should develop above-average power with an average hit tool. Average speed. Has never taken a pro swing. #9 on MLB international list.YouTube YouTube
131Ismael MenaSDOF18J2LL6′ 3”185N/A2019 J2 signing received a $2 million bonus. Reports have given him a plus-plus speed grade. His size suggests that he should get to some power and the swing is smooth.YouTube YouTube
132Alexander RamirezNYMOF17J2RR6′ 3”175N/AReceived $2 million in IFA in 2019. Big kid with an average hit tool that is projected to stay in CF. Good speed and potential above-average power with his frame.YouTube YouTube
133Oswald PerazaNYYSS20ARR6′ 0”176N/AReally improved the strikeout rate last year. Big exit velo from such a skinny teenager to go with his plus speed.YouTube YouTube
134Jose SalasMIASS17J2SR6′ 2”165N/ATop ten 2019 J2 prospect received a $2.8 million signing bonus. Average power and contact. Currently has plus speed but will probably slow down a bit as his body matures. Zero professional AB.YouTube
135Dauri LorenzoHOUSS18J2SR6′ 1”160N/AReceived a $1.8 million signing bonus from the Astros in 2019. Has a really good hit tool, above-average speed, and some power per crawfishboxes. Still a child and hasn’t played a professional inning.YouTube
136Bayron LoraTEXOF18J2RR6′ 3”190N/AThe #3 ranked J2 player by MLB. Huge power. May get to average contact and speed. Really far away.YouTube YouTube
137Pete Crow-ArmstrongNYMOF18FYPDLL6′ 1”180N/AAbove-average hit and speed. Higher on lists that value defense. Power is below-average.YouTube YouTube
138Tyler CallihanCIN2B20RKLR6′ 1”205N/AThird round 2019 draft pick. Was considered a first round talent but dropped due to his asking price. Is projected to reach above-average hit and power tools. Needs to work on drawing more walks. No speed.YouTube YouTube
139Julio CarrerasCOL3B20RKRR6′ 2”190N/AHas shown a better hit tool than expected to go with his average power and above-average speed.YouTube YouTube
140Ed HowardCHCSS18FYPDRR6′ 2”185N/AAverage offensive tools across the board. Athletic but his best current tools are defensive.YouTube YouTube
141Hudson HaskinBALOF21FYPDRR6′ 2”200N/APlus runner. Average contact and power. Aggressive approach. Rarely walks or strikes out.YouTube YouTube
142Jhonkensy NoelCLE1B19RKRR6′ 1”180N/ADisplayed an average approach as a 17-18 year old in the AZL in 2019. Cut down on strikeouts as the year progressed. Has added height and weight since being signed in 2017. No longer a threat to steal any bases at higher levels but may get to plus power.YouTube YouTube
143Jonatan ClaseSEAOF18RKLR5′ 8”150N/ASmall frame with plus-plus speed. Walked nearly as much as he struck out last year. Showed surprising pop for his size with 21 XBH in 223 AB last year in the DSL.
144Ronnier QuinteroCHCC18J2LR6′ 0”175N/A#6 2018 IFA signed for a hefty $3 million bonus. Has never had a professional at-bat but per reports has plus raw power and could possess average contact skills.YouTube
145Francisco AlvarezNYMC19RKRR5′ 11”220N/ALooked great at 17 in rookie ball last year. Hit for power and contact. Still a catcher unfortunately.YouTube YouTube
146Keibert RuizLADC22MLBSR6′ 0”200N/AGreat hit tool for a catcher. Hasn’t shown the ability to consistently hit for extra bases. Prospect star has faded a bit.YouTube YouTube
147Ryan JeffersMINC22MLBRR6′ 4”230N/AHas hit for power and contact since being drafted in the second round in 2018.YouTube YouTube
148Tyler SoderstromOAKC19FYPDLR6′ 2”200N/AGood hit tool. Average power. Good speed for a catcher and may change positions.YouTube YouTube
149Yusniel DiazBALOF24AARR6′ 1”195N/AGood hit tool. Average everything else. Hit for more power in 2019 with the Orioles than he ever did for the Dodgers.YouTube YouTube
150Zach DeLoachSEAOF21FYPDLR6′ 1”205N/AHad a terrible 2019 NCAA season followed by a standout summer league. Average offensive tools but has displayed above-average sprint speeds.YouTube YouTube
151Josh SmithNYYSS23A-LR5′ 10”172N/AYankees got a steal at the end of the second in 2019. Average hit, power, and speed. No great tool though.YouTube
152Brice TurangMILSS21A+LR6′ 0”173N/AAverage hit. Above average speed. Below-average power. Played well at 19 in A+.YouTube YouTube
153Kyle IsbelKCOF23A+LR5′ 11”183N/APotential average tools across the board. Started off hot in 2019 before breaking his hamate bone.YouTube YouTube
154Ryan ViladeCOLSS21A+RR6′ 2”194N/AAverage contact. Average power. Average speed but should fill out a bit.YouTube YouTube
155Cole RoedererCHCOF21ALL6′ 0”175N/APotential average tools across the board. Played well as a teenager in A ball last year. Needs to cut down on the strikeouts. A+ will be a good test.YouTube YouTube
156Grant LavigneCOL1B21ALR6′ 4”220N/AAverage hit. Should get to above-average power. Hasn’t found it yet despite being in the hitter-friendly Colorado system.YouTube YouTube
157Jonathan OrnelasTEXSS20ARR6′ 1”178N/ACould get to average offensive tools across the board. Managed 33 XBH in 113 games last year. Looks smaller than his listed height.YouTube YouTube
158Bryce BallATL1B22ALR6′ 6”235N/ALate round 2019 draft pick is huge. Nice power. Doesn’t strike out very much considering his size.YouTube
159Kody HoeseLAD3B23ARR6′ 4”200N/AFirst rounder in 2019. Above-average power. Average contact. No speed.Twitter Twitter
160Bryson StottPHISS23A-LR6′ 3”200N/A2019 first rounder with average tools across the board. Probably a second baseman but I haven’t seen any complaints about his defense so far.YouTube YouTube
161Colton WelkerCOL3B23AARR6′ 1”195N/AAbove average contact. Might get to average power. No speed.YouTube YouTube
162Andy PagesLADOF20RKRR6′ 1”180N/AShowed plus power with average speed in the Pioneer league in 2019. Struck out a bit too much but could develop an average hit tool.YouTube YouTube
163Colin BarberHOUOF20RKLL6′ 0”185N/AAnother top round 2019 talent that slipped (4th round) due to signability concerns in 2019. Plus speed. Could get to an average hit tool with average power. Great bat speed.YouTube YouTube
164Keoni CavacoMINSS19RKRR6′ 2”195N/A2019 first rounder. Prospectors think he’ll have an average hit tool. Really struggled to make contact in his first season in the GCL. Above-average speed and power.YouTube YouTube
165Gunnar HendersonBALSS19RKLR6′ 3”195N/ATop pick of the second round in 2019 is a great athlete. Alabama basketball and baseball player of the year. A chance for average offensive tools across the board. First taste of the minors wasn’t great but was limited to 108 AB.YouTube YouTube
166Miguel AmayaCHCC21A+LR6′ 1”185N/AAbove average contact. Might be able to develop average power one day. Really developed for a 20 year old at A+.YouTube YouTube
167Heriberto HernandezTEXC21A-RR6′ 1”180N/APlus power. Probably has a below-average hit tool at the moment but it could get to average.YouTube
168Patrick BaileySFC21FYPDSR6′ 2”207N/ACould get to an average hit tool. Above-average power but I’m not convinced he’ll hit enough to light up the box score. Excellent defensive tools and will stick at the position.YouTube YouTube
169Chris RodriguezLAAP22A+RR6′ 2”185¾Four potential above-average pitches with a long track record of injuries. Has totaled less than 80 IP since being drafted in 2016. Decent control. Has the stuff to be a MLB starter if his health will allow it.YouTube YouTube
170Yerry RodriguezTEXP23ARR6′ 2”198L ¾Three above-average pitches. Fastball reaches high 90s with good spin. Has issues staying healthy. Struggled with a UCL injury in 2019. Has never reached 75 IP but has shown the ability to pitch deep into games (6+ innings).YouTube YouTube
171Miguel YajureNYYP22MLBRR6′ 1”175¾Four decent pitches. Good control. Completely under the radar but has done nothing but succeed. His “average, low-90s” fastball now sits mid-90s and tops out at 97. Changeup is his best pitch. The curve is inconsistent but has the makings of an above-average pitch if he can keep it down in or below the zone. Developing cutter. Absolute bargain. Saw a few MLB IP in 2020.Twitter YouTube YouTube
172Michael BaumannBALP25AARR6′ 4”225H ¾Big frame. Fastball hits the upper-90s. Above-average slider. Usable change. Control has been an issue at times but he looked great in 2019. Would have probably made starts in Baltimore in 2020 if we had a full season.YouTube YouTube
173Seth JohnsonTBP22RKRR6′ 1”200H ¾#40 overall pick in 2019 was a SS until his last year of college. Has an above-average fastball and a potential plus slider. Decent control. Still trying to find a third pitch.YouTube YouTube
174Yasel AntunaWASSS21ASR6′ 0”170N/AMissed nearly all of 2019 while recovering from Tommy John. Average contact, power, and speed.YouTube YouTube
175George FelizSEAOF17J2RR6′ 0”165N/APotential five tool center fielder. Every outlet has a Victor Robles comp but I’m not sure who started it. Sounds enticing but he’s still a child and has zero MiLB experience.YouTube
176Alexander VargasNYYSS19RKSR5′ 11”148N/ALimited strikeouts and took some walks across two levels of rookie ball last year. May get to an above-average hit tool. Hit for power despite only having one home run. Above-average speed.YouTube YouTube
177Luis MedinaMILOF17J2LL6′ 2”168N/A#18 on MLB’s 2019 IFA list. Has big power and may be able to reach an average hit tool.YouTube
178Gabriel AriasCLESS20A+RR6′ 1”201N/AGood power. Average speed. Below average hit tool. Tweaked his swing mid-season last year. Free swinger that needs to improve his walk rate.YouTube YouTube
179Hudson HeadSDOF19RKLL6′ 1”180N/A3rd round selection in 2019. Pretty speedy. Might get to average contact. Below-average power.YouTube Twitter
180Khalil LeeKCOF22AALL5′ 10”170N/AQuestionable ability to make contact. Broke out in the SB category with 53 at AA in 2019. Some think he’ll hit for above-average power. I don’t buy it. Frame is really small.YouTube YouTube
181Seth BeerARIOF24AALR6′ 3”195N/ADrafted as a big power guy in 2018, Beer has managed to succeed at every level and avoid the contact issues that many though he would have…so far. Appears to be behind Pavin Smith organizationally.YouTube YouTube
182Jorge MateoOAKSS25MLBRR6′ 0”192N/AAmazingly fast. Another guy that can’t make contact. Prospectors have gotten tired of ranking him at this point. Finally made the bigs last year but only got 28 plate appearances.YouTube YouTube
183Jesus SanchezMIAOF23MLBLR6′ 3”230N/ASeems like he’s been in the minor leagues for 15 years despite only being 23. Hype train isn’t what it once was but he’s managed to keep the strikeouts down for the most part. Got 25 MLB AB in 2020.YouTube YouTube
184Terrin VavraBAL2B23ALR6′ 1”185N/AAbove average contact. Below average speed. Showing more power than expected.YouTube
185Sherten ApostelTEX3B21MLBRR6′ 4”200N/AAbove-average power. Average contact. No speed. Received a surprise cup of coffee in 2020 but didn’t get enough AB to move him off the list.YouTube YouTube
186Miguel VargasLAD3B21A+RR6′ 3”205N/AShowed much more pop in 2019. Above-average hit tool. Should be able to hit for average power with his frame.YouTube YouTube
187Tyler NevinBAL1B23AARR6′ 4”200N/APhil’s son is a good contact hitter. Power numbers haven’t been great despite being in the Rockies system. Per Brendan Rodgers he was looking much more muscular and hitting bombs before an abdominal strain in 2020.YouTube YouTube
188Jared JonesPITP19FYPDLR6′ 1”180¾Plus fastball. Above-average breaking pitch. Developing change. Fringy but improving control and command.YouTube YouTube
189Cole HenryWASP21FYPDRR6′ 4”211¾Plus fastball. Potentially plus curve. Change is usable. Should be able to stay in the rotation.YouTube YouTube
190Alex SantosHOUP18FYPDRR6′ 3”185H ¾Above-average fastball and curve. Developing changeup. Could be a potential mid-rotation starter but nothing is overpowering at the moment.YouTube YouTube
191Dax FultonMIAP19FYPDLL6′ 6”225H ¾Missed his senior season due to Tommy John or he may have been a much more hyped draft selection. Plus curveball and above-average fastball. Average change.YouTube YouTube
192Jackson RutledgeWASP21ARR6′ 8”250H ¾2019 first rounder. Absolutely enormous. Huge fastball and slider. Decent curve and change. Like most tall pitchers his command is highly questionable.Twitter Twitter
193Brandon WilliamsonSEAP22A-LL6′ 6”210¾Second round 2019 pick. 99th percentile in horizontal break and 87th in spin on his slider. 84th in curve spin. Three above-average+ pitches. XL pitcher with questionable command.YouTube YouTube
194Blake WalstonARIP19A-LL6′ 5”175L ¾2019 first rounder. Another huge kid that needs to work on throwing strikes. Projectable fastball. Curve is his best pitch. Change is solid but behind the other two pitches. Low arm slot.YouTube YouTube
195Tahnaj ThomasPITP21RKRR6′ 4”190VerticalGood fastball and breaking pitch. Decent command. Lacks a third offering. Converted infielder. New to pitching.YouTube
196Cade CavalliWASP22FYPDRR6′ 4”226¾Above-average+ fastball and two breaking pitches. Developing offspeed and questionable command.YouTube YouTube
197Cole WilcoxSDP21FYPDRR6′ 5”232L ¾Three above-average+ pitches. Can struggle with command. Low arm slot.YouTube YouTube
198Brennan MalonePITP20A-RR6′ 4”205¾Three average+ pitches. Fastball could be plus. Struggles with command. #33 overall pick in 2019.YouTube YouTube
199Ethan SmallMILP23ALL6′ 3”214H ¾2019 first round pick. Fastball and change are ready to go. Lacks a third pitch. Control is solid.YouTube
200Carmen MlodzinskiPITP21FYPDRR6′ 2”232¾Three above-average+ pitches. Has looked fantastic over short stints but struggles with health and command/control.YouTube YouTube
201Miguel HiraldoTOR2B20ARR5′ 11”170N/AShowed more power in 2019. Should get to average hit and power tools.YouTube YouTube
202Darryl CollinsKCOF19RKLR6′ 2”185N/APlayed really well as a 17 year old in the AZL in 2019. Displayed an average hit tool and could grow into nice power.YouTube YouTube
203Gabriel RodriguezCLESS18RKRR6′ 2”174N/ANice power for his age. Struggles with contact but was really young for the AZL. Should steal a few bases.YouTube YouTube
204Angel MartinezCLESS19RKSR6′ 0”165N/AA chance for solid hit and speed tools. Still a long way from the majors.YouTube YouTube
205Brayan BuelvasOAKOF18RKRR5′ 11”155N/AWas sent to the AZL in 2019 right after turning 17. Small, skinny frame. Above-average speed but it hasn’t translated to SB. Average hit tool. Managed 26 XBH in 238 AB. May get to average power despite his size.YouTube
206Yohendrick PinangoCHCOF18RKLL5′ 11”170N/AWalked more than he struck out in the DSL in 2019. Racked up 20 doubles and 27 SB.Twitter
207Esteury RuizSD2B21A+RR6′ 0”169N/APlus speed. Average power. Below-average hit tool that some think will improve. Was young for A+ last year.YouTube YouTube
208Jose DeversMIASS21A+LR6′ 0”155N/ARafael’s cousin has an above-average hit tool and plus speed. Zero power though. Looks shorter than his listed height.YouTube YouTube
209Ji-Hwan BaePIT2B21ALR6′ 1”170N/ACould get to an above-average hit tool. Plus speed. No power yet but did post some extra base hits.YouTube
210Curtis MeadTB2B20RKRR6′ 2”171N/AAustralian import with good power for a middle infielder. 18 XBH in 158 AB last year. Also displays a solid hit tool. No speed. Can play defense all over the diamond but not particularly well.YouTube YouTube
211Aaron SchunkCOL3B23A-RR6′ 2”205N/A2019 third round pick. Showed average contact and power in his first year of pro ball.YouTube
212Carson TuckerCLESS18FYPDRR6′ 2”180N/APlus runner with an above-average hit tool. Small framed and lacks power like his brother Cole.YouTube YouTube
213Petey HalpinCLEOF18FYPDLR6′ 0”180N/APlus speed. Above-average contact. Quick swing with minimal moving parts but doesn’t generate much power.YouTube YouTube
214Logan WyattSF1B23A+LR6′ 4”230N/AThe #51 overall pick from 2019 is enormous. Average hit tool and could get to above-average power given his size.YouTube YouTube
215Bo NaylorCLEC20ALR6′ 0”195N/AI see an average hit tool with above-average power. Everyone sees it the other way. Much more athletic than his big brother. May steal a few bases as a bonus.YouTube YouTube
216Ivan HerreraSTLC20A+RR6′ 0”180N/AHas an average hit tool. Supposedly has underwhelming power but showed surprise thump at levels he was a bit young for last year. Reported 109 MPH exit velo so the power is there somewhere.YouTube YouTube
217Gabriel MorenoTORC20ARR5′ 11”160N/AVery similar to the player above. Supposed below-average power. Had 34 XBH with 12 HR in 341 PA last year. Only struck out 11% of the time.YouTube YouTube
218Kyle HarrisonSFP19FYPDRL6′ 2”200¾Received a first round bonus despite being drafted in the fifth. Can throw three average+ pitches for strikes but has no current standout offerings.YouTube YouTube
219Garrett CrochetCWSP21FYPDLL6′ 6”218L ¾Plus fastball and slider. Developing change. Sometimes struggles to throw strikes. Low arm slot and violent mechanics don’t help. Would be much higher if I thought he was going to stick as a starter.YouTube YouTube
220Andry LaraWASP17RKRR6′ 3”210H ¾Plus fastball. Supposedly has a power curve. Good control. Still a kid. Long way away. Has never pitched a pro inning. Could completely blow up but I love his upside.Twitter
221Chris McMahonCOLP21FYPDRR6′ 2”217¾Three above-average pitches but he landed in a terrible destination for pitchers.YouTube YouTube
222Breidy EncarnacionMIAP19RKRR6′ 3”185¾Three average pitches that should improve as he grows into his large frame. Decent command.Twitter
223Tanner BurnsCLEP21FYPDRR6′ 0”215¾Above-average fastball and slider. Average change. Short stocky frame. High floor, low upside pitcher.YouTube YouTube
224Logan AllenCLEP21FYPDRL6′ 0”180¾Plus change with an average fastball and curve. Good athlete but small. Decent floor but there isn’t very much upside here.YouTube YouTube
225Justin LangeSDP18FYPDRR6′ 4”220L ¾Huge frame. Double plus fastball. Above-average slider. Lacking a third pitch and control/command but is still quite young.YouTube YouTube
226Slade CecconiARIP21FYPDRR6′ 4”219H ¾Plus fastball. Above-average breaking pitch. Below-average control/command and lack of a third pitch may push him to a relief role.YouTube YouTube
227Bobby MillerLADP21FYPDLR6′ 5”220H ¾Plus fastball. Above-average slider. Below-average control/command and lack of a viable third pitch may limit him to a bullpen role.YouTube YouTube
228Kyle NicolasMIAP21FYPDRR6′ 4”225¾Double plus fastball. Usable breaking pitch. Will need to work on a third pitch and his strike throwing if he wants to stay in the rotation.YouTube YouTube
229Jeff CriswellOAKP21FYPDRR6′ 4”225¾Three above-average pitches but questionable control. Bounced back and forth between the rotation and bullpen in college.YouTube YouTube
230Heston KjerstadBALOF21FYPDLR6′ 3”220N/ABig power. Underwhelming everything else. Way too much pre-contact action in his swing.YouTube YouTube
231Dillon DinglerDETC21FYPDRR6′ 3”210N/AAverage hit and power tools. Ranked higher on lists that value catching skills/defense.YouTube YouTube
232Will WilsonSFSS22RKRR6′ 0”184N/APotential average hit and power tools. Angels first rounder the Giants acquired in a salary dump before he played a game. #15 OVR pick in 2019 draft.Twitter Twitter
233Alex De JesusLADSS18RKRR6′ 2”170N/AProbably wasn’t ready for the AZL last year but that’s a tall order at 17. Could have average hit and power tools.YouTube YouTube
234Jhon DiazTBOF18RKLL5′ 11”160N/AProbably a better real-life prospect than fantasy. Has plus speed but the other offensive tools aren’t great. Potentially average+ tools across the board per MLB pipeline.YouTube
235Luis GarciaPHI2B19ASR5′ 11”170N/AGood speed but not great at stealing bases yet. Should develop good contact but struggled at a league he wasn’t ready for last year.YouTube YouTube
236Gilberto JimenezBOSOF20A-SR5′ 11”160N/AAbsolute burner. Average hit. Zero power. Has been bad on the basepaths for someone so fast.YouTube YouTube
237David CalabreseLAAOF17FYPDLR5′ 11”160N/ADouble plus speed. Average hit tool. No power. Tiny frame that will fill out as he matures.YouTube YouTube
238Jake VogelLADOF18FYPDRR5′ 11”165N/ADouble plus speed. Tiny frame that will fill out as he matures but shouldn’t cost him very much speed. Average contact with minimal power.YouTube YouTube
239Luis ToribioSF3B19A-LR6′ 1”165N/AShould develop nice power in the future. Not sure if the hit tool will ever get to average. Lots of walks so far though.YouTube YouTube
240Kevin AlcantaraNYYOF18RKRR6′ 6”188N/AHit well in the DSL in 2019. Got promoted to the GCL and was completely overmatched. Still only 17 though. Massive. I think the power will be there. Some people think he’ll get to above-average contact and speed. I’m not one of them.YouTube YouTube
241Greg JonesTBSS22A-SR6′ 2”175N/AWent #22 overall to the Rays in 2019. Skinny. Fast. No power yet but some think it’s coming. Contact issues. Total project.YouTube YouTube
242Alexander CanarioSFOF20A-RR6′ 1”165N/ABig power. Below-average everything else. Got exposed at low-A in 2019 and then had shoulder surgery in 2020.YouTube YouTube
243Chas McCormickHOUOF25AAARL6′ 0”190N/AHas posted solid BB and K numbers throughout his career and tripled his career high in HR in 2019. Could reach average tools across the board.YouTube YouTube
244Casey MartinPHISS21FYPDRR5′ 11”175N/ADouble plus speed with above-average power. May not ever make enough contact to maximize his tools.YouTube YouTube
245Owen CaissieSDOF18FYPDLR6′ 4”190N/AAbove-average power and speed. Underwhelming hit tool.YouTube YouTube
246Jordan NwoguCHCOF21FYPDRR6′ 3”235N/AAbove-average speed and power. Below-average hit tool.YouTube YouTube
247Jahmai JonesLAAOF23MLBRR5′ 11”205N/AMade some top 100s but has fallen down lists the last couple years. Average contact and speed. Minimal power at the moment but he was young and at high levels.YouTube
248Elio PradoBALOF19RKRR6′ 0”160N/ACould get to average everything. Showed decent contact skills in the DSL in 2019.
249Juan YepezSTLOF22AARR6′ 1”200N/AGood power. Has shown a better contact tool than expected and may get to average.YouTube
250Andy YoungARI2B26MLBRR6′ 0”195N/AUtility infielder posted 59 XBH between AA and AAA in 2019. Average hit tool and power. Disappointed that he didn’t receive more PT in 2020.YouTube YouTube
251Tyler StephensonCINC24MLBRR6′ 4”225N/ALarge catcher with big raw power and a questionable hit tool. 2015 first rounder. Has cut down on the strikeouts over the last few years in the minors.YouTube YouTube
252William ContrerasATLC23MLBRR6′ 0”180N/AAverage contact ability. Hasn’t hit for any power yet but should be able to get it to average. Still young and at a high level. Will stay behind the plate.YouTube YouTube
253Diego CartayaLADC19RKRR6′ 2”199N/ADisplayed decent hit and power in the rookie leagues at 17 in 2019. A long way from the MLB.YouTube YouTube
254Tristen LutzMILOF21AARR6′ 2”210N/AAbove-average power. Could get to plus. Below-average speed and contact ability.YouTube YouTube
255Jeisson RosarioSDOF21A+LL6′ 1”191N/AAverage hit. Good speed. Couldn’t care less about his solid defense. No current power and isn’t great at swiping bags.YouTube YouTube
256Michael SianiCINOF21ALL6′ 1”188N/AGood speed. No power yet. Average hit tool. Racked up 45 steals at A ball in 2019.YouTube YouTube
257Lolo SanchezPITOF21A+RR5′ 11”168N/AAverage contact ability. Good speed. Could get to below-average power.YouTube YouTube
258Braden ShewmakeATLSS23AALR6′ 4”190N/A2019 first rounder. Good contact. Decent speed. I’ve seen terrible grades on his power. I think he can get it to below-average. Looked overmatched in a brief AA assignment in 2019.Twitter Twitter
259Omar EstevezLAD2B22AARR5′ 10”185N/ABack in 2015 the Dodgers shelled out $12 million to sign this guy (with penalties). Average hit tool and power despite mediocre BABIP-inflated stat lines.YouTube YouTube
260Rafael MorelCHCSS19RKRR5′ 11”165N/ASlightly built infielder with above-average hit and speed tools.YouTube
261Otto LopezTORSS22ARR5′ 10”160N/ASupposed to develop above-average hit tool and has held his own so far. Above-average speed but is bad at stealing bases.YouTube YouTube
262Taylor WallsTBSS24AASR5′ 10”180N/ASmall frame. Above-average hit tool allows his below-average power to play up a bit. Average speed but reaches base enough to steal a few bags. Fantastic glove may and positional versatility should earn him playing time.YouTube YouTube
264Owen MillerCLE2B24AAARR6′ 0”190N/A2018 third round pick has displayed an average hit tool and average power. Broke out for 43 XBH at AA last year. Not bad for a guy that was given 40 future power grades by every outlet.YouTube YouTube
265Brenton DoyleCOLOF22RKRR6′ 3”200N/A2019 fourth round pick. Above-average power. Plus speed. Contact needs some work. Numbers were boosted by an obviously unsustainable .484 BABIP last year.YouTube
266Drew MendozaWAS1B23ALR6′ 5”230N/AThird round 2019 pick. Huge frame with plus raw power. Below-average hit tool. Was a college third baseman but was quickly moved to first when he was drafted. Draws walks but is patient to a fault.YouTube YouTube
267Hans CrouseTEXP21A+LR6′ 4”180H ¾Good fastball. Above-average to plus curve. Changeup is a work in progress but already isn’t bad. Decent control. Strikeout totals have been disappointing thus far considering his arsenal.YouTube YouTube
268Seth CorrySFP22ALL6′ 2”195¾Increased strikeouts and limited walks during a breakout 2019 season in A ball. Three average+ pitches but can struggle with control.YouTube YouTube
269Gregory SantosSFP21ARR6′ 2”190¾High 90s fastball. Wipeout slider. Both could be plus. Lacks a third pitch. Has demonstrated better control than expected. Strikeout totals have been underwhelming considering his solid two pitch combo.YouTube YouTube
270Kendall WilliamsLADP20RKRR6′ 6”205H ¾Above-average fastball and curve. Developing a third pitch. Control and command aren’t bad considering his size.YouTube YouTube
271Tyler IveyHOUP24AARR6′ 4”195¾Mid-90s fastball. Solid curve. Change is usable and his control is decent. Arm slot varies depending on which pitch he’s throwing which isn’t ideal but very fixable. Looks like a back-end starter.YouTube
272Austin CoxKCP23A+LL6′ 4”185H ¾The Royals keep churning out these big-bodied backend starter types. This one features an above-average fastball and curve as well as two other usable pitches.YouTube YouTube
273Aaron AshbyMILP22A+RL6′ 2”181VerticalGood fastball and change. Great curve. Struggles with command but may be able to reign it in enough to be a starter.YouTube
274Josh WolfNYMP20RKRR6′ 3”170¾#53 overall pick in 2019. Solid fastball and curve. Change is still being developed. Control is average.YouTube YouTube
275Jonathan BowlanKCP24A+RR6′ 6”262H ¾Huge frame. Nice fastball. Decent slider. Needs to work on his changeup. Has done a great job at limiting free passes.Twitter Twitter
276CJ Van EykTORP21FYPDRR6′ 1”198H ¾Above-average fastball and curve. Decent change. Struggles with control/command.YouTube YouTube
277Joe RyanTBP24AARR6′ 1”185¾Two pitch guy (fastball and curve). Change is pretty awful. Decent control. Good results so far. Was hoping to see him in a bullpen role last season.YouTube
278Hyun Il ChoiLADP20RKRR6′ 2”200L ¾Led the AZL in strikeouts and maintained a BB/9 of 1.52 in 2019. Solid fastball and change. Throws two breaking pitches but neither is a legitimate third offering yet.YouTube
279Brayan BelloBOSP21ARR6′ 1”170¾Above-average fastball. Usable slider and change. Dominated down the stretch in 2019.YouTube
280Matt TaborARIP22A+RR6′ 2”180¾Solid fastball, curve, and changeup. Good control. Not overpowering.YouTube YouTube
281Levi KellyARIP21ARR6′ 4”205H ¾Average fastball. Plus slider. Developing change. Surprised prospectors with solid control in 2019. Could stick at starter. Arizona may have gotten an 8th round steal in the 2018 draft.Twitter Twitter
282Kai-Wei TengSFP22ARR6′ 4”260L ¾Big kid with four decent pitches and good control. None of his offerings are overwhelming but if he can mix them he should be able to stick as a starter.YouTube YouTube
283Nick SwineySFP21FYPDRL6′ 3”187¾Converted reliever with three average pitches. Pitched well when given a shot in the rotation during a covid shortened 2020 campaign.YouTube YouTube
284Bryan MataBOSP21AARR6′ 3”160L ¾His scouting reports are all over the place and for good reason. Looked good in 2017 but his mechanics were an absolute mess in 2018. Cleaned them up and got back on track last year at A+ before falling apart in the second half of the season.. The bad: I hate his arm slot and he tinkers too much. The good: has thrown at least six pitches at different points in his career. He sports a four seam fastball, a two seam that some call a sinker, a changeup, a cutter, a slider (which is a slower version of his cutter with more break), and a curve. The fastballs are in the high-90s and and if even one or two secondaries get to average he’ll have the arsenal to be a major league starter. Needs to work on the command but he’s only 20 and has already made it to AA. Had a terrible AFL campaign. In addition to way too many walks he also racks up the HBPs and wild pitches.YouTube YouTube
285Masyn WinnSTLP18FYPDRR5′ 11”180H ¾Drafted as a two-way player. Small frame but has three above-average+ pitches and decent control. Average offensive skills at best but he’s obviously athletic. Would be more appealing as a pitcher.YouTube YouTube
286Cole WinnTEXP21ARR6′ 2”190H ¾Nice fastball and curve. Lacks a third pitch. Walked way too many batters at A ball in 2019 but should improve.YouTube Twitter
287Robert DominguezNYMP19RKRR6′ 5”195¾Was considered the top pitching prospect in the 2019 J2 class. Can hit 99 with the fastball.
288Jean Carlos MejiaCLEP24A+RR6′ 4”240¾Above-average command of three average pitches. Starter’s frame as well. There are durability concerns but the same can be said for almost any minor league pitcher. Strikeout numbers were much better as a reliever.YouTube YouTube
289Eddy YeanWASP19A-RR6′ 1”180?2017 J2 signing has held his own in levels he was young for. I can’t find any video of him but others think he has three potential above-average pitches.
290Anthony VolpeNYYSS19RKRR5′ 11”180N/AGiven the dreaded “glove-first shortstop with intangibles” label after being drafted in the first round in 2019. Showed his above-average contact and a little bit of speed in rookie ball.YouTube YouTube
291Jeferson EspinalARIOF18RKLL6′ 0”180N/AMade it to the AZL in 2019 at 17. Plus speed. May not get above below-average hit and power.
292Mark VientosNYM3B21ARR6′ 4”185N/ABilled as a big power guy with solid contact. He showed neither in 2019 after a solid season in rookie ball. The power is there but he needs to make significantly more contact.YouTube
293Blaze JordanBOS3B17FYPDRR6′ 2”220N/APlus power despite being one of the youngest players drafted in 2020. Below-average everything else.YouTube YouTube
294Jordan WalkerSTL3B18FYPDRR6′ 5”220N/APlus power with below-average everything else. One of several players with very similar profiles.YouTube YouTube
295Gage WorkmanDET3B20FYPDSR6′ 4”195N/AAbove-average power with below-average contact skills. Average speed that should decline as he fills out.YouTube YouTube
296Freudis NovaHOU2B21ARR6′ 1”180N/APower took a step back in 2019. Could still be an above average hitter. Was young for A ball. Not as fast as advertised.YouTube
297Kendall SimmonsPHI2B20ARR6′ 2”180N/AShowed great power at A- in 2019. Low BABIP hurt his overall line. Contact should improve but it may never get to below-average. Minimal speed.YouTube
298Jake BurgerCHW3B24ARR6′ 2”210N/AThe 11th pick in 2017 hasn’t played since the season he was drafted due to injuries. Chance for above average contact and power but has missed significant development time.YouTube YouTube
299Eduardo GarciaMILSS18RKRR6′ 2”160N/ABig kid but should stay at SS. Played well in his brief exposure to the DSL in 2019. Could get to average tools across the board offensively.YouTube YouTube
300Eduardo LopezBOSOF18RKSR6′ 0”170N/AAbove-average speed. Could get to an above-average hit tool. Walked as much as he struck out in the DSL last year.YouTube YouTube

Alejandro Kirk would have been ~86th if I didn’t whiff on him when reranking. Great hit tool for a catcher but but the power numbers will be modest. Justin Foscue slots in at around 212.

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