The New York Mets have done well to bolster their farm system under the Sandy Alderson regime and continued to do so during the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft by drafting high school first baseman Dominic Smith and a slew of other high-potential prospects.
Thanks to the influx of fresh, young talent, the Mets top 15 prospect list has been shaken up a bit. Smith, as you probably expected, is ranked in the top half of prospects on this list for his hitting potential and already stellar defense.
Smith isn't the only 2013 draftee who made the cut, though. The Mets were able to make some sensible—albeit young—picks this year, but we won't know if Alderson, Paul DePodesta and Co. made the right calls until at least four of five years from now.
Read on to find out the new top 15 prospects in the Mets farm system, as Bleacher Report provides you with updated post-draft rankings.