A little less than five months ago, I posted a list of the top 50 available prospects for the 2011 MLB Draft. In case you missed it, you can find it here.
In it, I detailed the draft standing, a mini scouting report and the future prospects of a fairly large pool of talented high-schoolers and collegians, including potential No. 1 overall pick Anthony Rendon as well as top-10 candidates Bubba Starling, Daniel Norris, Taylor Jungmann, Danny Hultzen and Sonny Gray.
Since it's been five months, I though it would be a good time to look back on that top 50 and see how the players on the list are performing: Who's doing well, who's doing terribly and who's dropped off the face of most team's draft boards?
The college season is close to halfway through, and the high school season is just starting to heat up, so we have a much better picture of how each prospect is looking as well as gauging the improvement from November, when the first list was published.
In order to get a better, more recent update, I'm going to profile the top 50 in segments of 25, then hopefully recycle them and give more detailed updates of them all as the season wears on.
Enjoy the update.