If you haven't heard the name Kris Bryant by now, you have some homework to do. The Cubs selected the 21-year old with the second-overall pick in 2013, who was given the largest signing bonus of the 2013 draft class at $6.7 million.
Bryant is quickly making his way through the ranks and was recently promoted to Advanced-A Daytona.
The Cubs also recently acquired former Rangers' top prospect Mike Olt in the Matt Garza trade. Bryant and Olt are listed as the Cubs fourth- and fifth-overall prospects, respectively.
Christian Villanueva (Double-A Tennessee) and Jeimer Candelario (Single-A Kane County) are also in the ranks. Villanueva has not performed to his potential this season, dropping from the Cubs' eighth-overall prospect to 14th.
Candelario (16th) has also struggled, but has upped his on-base percentage to .347.
Recently, Cubs manager Dale Sveum told Jesse Rogers of ESPN that he has "not ruled out" the possibility of infield/outfield prospect Junior Lake playing third base.