Rank the prospects as of today

Rank them by dragging the names from the left column to the right. You can sort within the list by dragging the names up and down. Please rank at least 20 players and at most 50.

If you have done a previous ranking, you can type in your name and then click the button at the bottom to load your previous entries. You can then reorder them, drag names onto the ranking and off the ranking, as well.

Note: This is still in development. Your entries will be saved and used, but this screen may still undergo many changes going forward.

Source List
  • Aramis Ademan
  • Jose Albertos
  • Adbert Alzolay
  • Miguel Amaya
  • Pedro Araujo
  • Javier Assad
  • Jeffrey Baez
  • David Berg
  • Corey Black
  • Casey Bloomquist
  • Jeimer Candelario
  • Victor Caratini
  • Faustino Carrera
  • Dylan Cease
  • Bailey Clark
  • Trevor Clifton
  • Oscar De La Cruz
  • Donnie Dewees
  • Wladimir Galindo
  • Hector Garcia
  • Jacob Hannemann
  • Ian Happ
  • Thomas Hatch
  • PJ Higgins
  • Bryan Hudson
  • Eloy Jimenez
  • Pierce Johnson
  • Jose Rosario
  • Ryan Kellogg
  • Kwang Min-Kwon
  • Brad Markey
  • Brailyn Marquez
  • Eddy Julio Martinez
  • Jonathan Martinez
  • Ryan McNeil
  • Dakota Mekkes
  • Tyson Miller
  • Andrew Monasterio
  • Erling Moreno
  • Preston Morrison
  • Jeremy Null
  • Eugenio Palma
  • Isaac Paredes
  • Jose Paulino
  • Felix Pena
  • Yonthan Perlaza
  • Bijan Rademacher
  • Ian Rice
  • Armando Rivero
  • Manuel Rondon
  • Matt Rose
  • Carson Sands
  • Carlos Sepulveda
  • Jonathan Sierra
  • Tyler Skulina
  • Justin Steele
  • Jake Stinnett
  • Daury Torrez
  • Jen-Ho Tseng
  • Duane Underwood
  • Jason Vosler
  • Ryan Williams
  • DJ Wilson
  • Chesny Young
  • Mark Zagunis
  • Rob Zastryzny
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