- Carlos Correa (Astros)
- Francisco Lindor (Indians)
- Addison Russell (Cubs)
- Corey Seager (Dodgers)
- J.P. Crawford (Phillies)
- Nick Gordon (Twins)
- Raul Adalberto Mondesi (Royals)
- Trea Turner (
- Daniel Robertson (Rays)
- Tim Anderson (White Sox)
The top 4 names on this list are all locks to be Top 10 prospects in the game, so #5 is no problem for Crawford and how he is viewed around the game. This is what Jonathan Mayo had to say about him:
A newcomer to the list, Crawford jumped on the fast track by playing at both levels of A-ball as a teenager in 2014. Ready for Double-A at age 20, the Futures Game participant always has had a reputation for being a slick defender, one who would undoubtedly stay at short. His bat, though, has been more advanced than anticipated and he has the makings of an All-Star performer.
MLB.Com also rates Crawford’s tools out as: 55 Hit, 45 Power, 50 Speed, 60 Arm, 65 Field
Crawford joins Maikel Franco (#5 3B) as likely the only two Phillies to make these lists.