After a pretty impressive 2012 draft, the Leafs head into the season as having one of the deepest prospect pools in the NHL.
With quality centers, wingers and defenders aplenty, the Leafs are well on their way to improving themselves into playoff contenders. Goaltending remains to be a sore spot for the club, but goaltenders generally develop later than other prospects.
For the purpose of this article, I am considering Leaf prospects who have played less than 60 games with the big club, thus Jake Gardiner is not included in this list.
Without further interruption, your top 12 Leaf prospects as of today.