51. Brett Jackson, OF, Chicago Cubs: A well-rounded guy that doesn't excel in any one area, but is solid in all areas.
52. Trevor May, SP, Philadelphia: May has some questions because of his delivery, however he has delivered in High-A ball this year.
53. Jake Marisnick, OF, Toronto-Marisnick: A legitimate five-tool player with All-Star potential.
54. Jedd Gyorko, 3B, San Diego: His stocky body type draws some questions about his ceiling, but his gap power may translate well in Petco.
55. Allen Webster, SP, LA Dodgers: Webster has climbed up prospect lists this year after dominating in the California League and then holding his own after a promotion to Double-A.
56. Jonathan Schoop, 3B, Baltimore: Schoop is a very high-ceiling prospect, but is still extremely raw.
57. Will Middlebrooks, 3B, Boston: Middlebrooks has put together some of his potential this year and now looks to have a solid bat in addition to a good glove at the hot corner.
58. Zach Lee, SP, LA Dodgers: This potential ace started dominating early on before being shut down with soreness, however the strikeout totals haven't been there since his return.
59. Zack Wheeler, SP, NY Mets: His command still needs refinement, but if it improves he can be an All-Star level pitcher. The Giants gave the Mets quite a bit for a Carlos Beltran rental.
60. Mike Montgomery, SP, Kansas City: At the start of the year, he was thought to be just a month or two away from the bigs, but he has struggled with command this year, delaying his debut.
61. Yasmani Grandal, C, Cincinnati: Grandal is likely trade bait due to the Reds' depth at catcher, but he could be an All-Star level bat behind the plate.
62. Matt Harvey, SP, NY Mets: The seventh pick in last year's draft carved up High-A hitters before a promotion to Double-A Binghamton. He has struggled so far in a small sample size to adjust, but it's still early.
63. Mike Olt, 3B, Texas: Before getting hurt, Olt was looking like a guy capable of eventually replacing Adrian Beltre.
64. Edward Salcedo, 3B, Atlanta: Salcedo has put last year's struggles behind him and once again has scouts raving at his potential. His defense is still a big issue.
65. Matt Szczur, OF, Chicago Cubs: Szczur has a high average, but his secondary skills (on-base and power) haven't really shown up yet. He's just getting adjusted to being a full-time baseball guy after recently giving up a chance at an NFL career.
66. Kyle Gibson, SP, Minnesota: Gibson is looking like a future No. 4 starter with the ceiling of a No. 3. Although he doesn't have a high ceiling, he's a safe bet to be a decent starter at the major league level.
67. Anthony Ranaudo, SP, Boston: Ranaudo still has a very high ceiling, although he's a little down since spring because the results aren't special.
68. Anthony Gose, OF, Toronto: Gose is a five-tool guy who has finally started to see some results this year as a 20-year-old in Double-A.
69. Bryce Brentz, OF, Boston: Brentz couldn't hit at all last year, but has caught fire this year and has been hitting for power across both Low-A and now High-A.
70. Jarrod Parker, SP, Arizona: Parker's stuff is fully back from Tommy John surgery, but his command isn't there yet—as expected for a Tommy John survivor.
71. Kaleb Cowart, 3B, LA Angels: Cowart has a very high ceiling and is producing, however he's only in short-season ball.
72. AJ Cole, SP, Washington: Cole's been living up to his draft hype and having an easy time of hitters in the Low-A South Atlantic League. He has the ceiling of a front-of-the-rotation starter, but he's a few years away.
73. Henderson Alvarez, SP, Toronto: Alvarez has big-time stuff, but doesn't miss enough bats. Still, he's performing at a high level in Double-A since a promotion.
74. Christian Yelich, OF, Florida: Yelich is an all-bat prospect with some speed and good enough instincts on the basepaths to be 26 of 30 in steal attempts.
75. Guillermo Pimentel, OF, Seattle: Although he's only in short-season ball, he's one of the best power prospects in the game.
76. Tyrell Jenkins, SP, St. Louis: Jenkins is another guy in short-season ball with a very high ceiling. He's extremely raw, but could be a No. 2 starter once he figures everything out.
77. Casey Kelly, SP, San Diego: Kelly's been better in this try at Double-A hitters, but he's not been special and doesn't miss many bats.
78. David Holmberg, SP, Arizona: Holmberg is a middle-of-the-rotation guy that's seen his stock soar with a big start to the year.
79. Trayvon Robinson, OF, LA Dodgers: Robinson can impact the game with his power or speed, so it's surprising he's still in the minors when the Dodgers have problems scoring runs.
80. Danny Hultzen, SP, Seattle: Hultzen was the No. 2 pick in this year's draft and could be an excellent No. 3 starter.
81. Adrian Salcedo, SP, Minnesota: Salcedo has great stuff and has potential to rise up these rankings. Ignore the low strikeout total in this case because I've seen it noted that he's working on a few things instead of just trying to just rely on his stuff.
82. Robbie Ray, SP, Washington: Ray would have been a first-round pick last year if not for bonus demands, so the fact that he's looked very strong in his full-season debut right out of high school is not too surprising.
83. Bobby Borchering, 3B/1B, Arizona: Borchering has potential to be a plus-power guy, although a permanent move to first would drop his stock due to the fact that he'd only project with the ceiling of an average player at the position.
84. Miles Head, 1B, Boston: Head had a monster start to the year in Low-A, although the knock on him is that he's horrible on defense.
85. Max Kepler, OF, Minnesota: Kepler is the most hyped European prospect ever, and has looked solid in short-season ball.
86. Neil Ramirez, SP, Texas: A move from High-A ball to Triple-A early in the year didn't faze him; in fact he's found more consistency than he's ever had.
87. Liam Hendriks, SP, Minnesota: Hendriks is like fellow Twins prospect Kyle Gibson: a good prospect without much chance of being great but a high floor.
88. Edinson Rincon, 3B, San Diego: Rincon has developed some with the bat this year, although since he's playing in the California League, it will take him repeating the numbers in Double-A before I'd buy in.
89. Edwar Cabrera, SP, Colorado: He's a bit older (23), but he did get a late start to his career—similar to fellow Rockies started Juan Nicasio. He's been racking up strikeouts across both the Low-A and High-A levels.
90. Nate Eovaldi, SP, LA Dodgers: Eovaldi is another emerging prospect this year due to his great start to the season. I'm not totally sold, but he could potentially end up as a No. 3 starter.
91. Eddie Rosario, OF, Minnesota: Rosario is a five-tool prospect that's been having a great start in short-season ball. His power so far this year has been even better than expected.
92. Starling Marte, OF, Pittsburgh: Marte is a potential impact leadoff hitter for a team that currently lacks one.
93. Jeurys Familia, SP, NY Mets: Familia rebounded from a disappointing 2010 to earn a promotion to Double-A, where he continued to have success.
94. Drew Hutchison, SP, Toronto: Hutchison is another breakout prospect that has emerged this year. The kid is someone with a middle-of-the-rotation ceiling, although he projects as more of a fourth starter.
95. Ariel Ovando, OF, Houston: Houston's big international signee of 2010 was given an aggressive assignment of short-season ball as a 17-year-old, however he has shown some signs that he was worth his big bonus. He projects as a bat with plus-power, although his true ceiling is still unknown due to him being so young.
96. Anthony Rizzo, 1B, San Diego: Rizzo is a promising bat who has seen his stock drop since failing in his major league trial. He could still be an above-average first baseman.
97. Andy Oliver, SP, Detroit: Oliver's control issues may be his undoing, but if he figures that out he could end up being very good.
98. Cody Buckel, SP, Texas: He doesn't have much experience and is on the small side, but he's had little trouble in dominating Low-A hitters. His ultimate potential is still a bit of an unknown, but he could be very good.
99. Ryan Lavarnway, C, Boston: After putting up big numbers in both 2009 and 2010 with little hype, Lavarnway has finally started to get noticed after hitting for big power numbers in Double-A and Triple-A. His defense isn't ever going to be good, but he has the ability to stick behind the plate. He may get a chance down the stretch, but could be used as trade bait for the Sox to get a proven talent.
100. Oscar Hernandez, C, Tampa Bay: He doesn't have much out on him, but the Venezuelan Babe Ruth is a wild card. The 17-year-old is killing the Venezuelan League with a .405 average, 19 homers, and 57 RBI in 56 games. He has more homers than three of the six teams in the league and the runner-up on the leaderboard has just eight homers.