Ranking the 5 Most Underrated Prospects in the Washington Nationals' System

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Ranking the 5 Most Underrated Prospects in the Washington Nationals' System
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Anthony Rendon is one of a select few Nationals' prospects capable of reaching the major leagues in 2013.

The Washington Nationals’ farm system is a shell of what it was at this time last year—but that’s kind of what happens when a prospect like Bryce Harper graduates to the major leagues. Still, the organization has its share of high-level prospects in third baseman Anthony Rendon, outfielder Brian Goodwin and right-handers A.J. Cole and Lucas Giolito.

Beyond the aforementioned players, the Nats’ system also has an impressive crop of undervalued talent.

In selecting players for this article, I targeted prospects who are behind the developmental curve relative to their age, have a concerning medical history, lack significant professional experience or are simply under-appreciated.

Here’s a look at the five most underrated prospects in the Washington Nationals’ farm system.

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