From the link: Five-Star Prospects 1. Alcides Escobar, SS Four-Star Prospects 2. Brett Lawrie, 2B Three-Star Prospects 3. Mat Gamel, 3B 4. Wily Peralta, RHP 5. Cody Scarpetta, RHP 6. Jon Lucroy, C 7. Eric Arnett, RHP 8. Kyle Heckathorn, RHP 9. Kentrail Davis, OF 10. Angel Salome, C Two-Star Prospects 11. Logan Schafer, OF Four More: 12. Mark Rogers, RHP: Rogers’ stuff was outstanding after missing two years due to shoulder problems, but can he pitch more than three innings every five days? 13. Caleb Gindl, OF: He’s a small outfielder and very low on tools, but his production at the plate has been impressive. 14. Jake Odorizzi, RHP: He has advanced command and control for his age, but Odorizzi’s stuff has yet to take the expected step forward. 15. Zach Braddock, LHP: This power lefty took a big step forward with a move to bullpen; he has the ceiling of a set-up man.