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Who are the #15 and #16 Prospects?

Who are the #15 and #16 Prospects?  

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  1. 1. Who are the #15 and #16 Prospects?

    • Baumler and Mayo
    • Hall and Mayo
    • Mayo and Baumler
    • McKenna and Hall
    • Wells and Zimmermann


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Let’s face it, so many of our prospects are unproven guys.  We just don’t know.  If the top ranked guys are unproven at all or haven’t reached the upper levels of the minors.

The lost year makes lists like these difficult to really gauge.  Take a guy like Baumann.  He took a huge leap in 2019. There easily could have been players who would have done the same thing this year.

These lists are always largely guesses based on relatively limited info.  This year the guessing is even more pronounced.

I think it also depends on your criteria on these lists.  For example, I think if all you did was judge upside, you could likely argue Mayo is a top 7 guy.  However, I don’t think you can do these lists based solely on upside.

 

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