Todd Redmond is a potential contributor in 2012.
These guys aren't quite in the top 30, but are worth some notice.
Todd Redmond-Acquired from the Pirates before the 2008 season, Redmond has spent the last three years in Triple-A and has improved each year.
This year he went 10-8 with a 2.92 ERA and struck out 142 batters in 169.2 innings. Redmond could be a fifth starter for a bunch of teams, but his role with the Braves appears to be an emergency starter just down the road in Gwinnett.
Rafael Briceno-The 20 year old made his United States debut this year, going 2-4 with a 4.01 ERA between the Gulf Coast League team and Danville of the Appalachian League. It's early to really project him, but he pitched well as he also adjusted to life in America.
David Filak-The Braves fourth round pick in the 2010 draft, Filak really struggled with his control this year walking 52 hitters in 104 innings.
If he fixes his issues and resembles the 2010 Filak, he could still profile as a No. 2 starter. He's got good enough stuff that if he can't figure it out as a starter he will get a chance as a late inning reliever.
Cory Rasmus-Injuries ruined his 2011, and they have been the story of his career to this point. Still he's shown his talent when healthy and comes from a great baseball family.
Rasmus may be best in the bullpen at this point considering he will be 24 years old next season and is yet to reach Double-A.
Billy Bullock-Bullock is a power armed reliever that will get a chance to take a late inning relief role. This year for Double-A Mississippi he racked up 65 strikeouts in 49.2 innings, but he also walked 34 batters. He obviously needs to work on his control, but his stuff is good.
Jairo Asencio-According to a Baseball America poll, Asencio was voted the best relief prospect in the International League this year after posting a 1.81 ERA and 26 saves. Asencio has a real shot at winning a bullpen job out of spring training.
Joe Leonard-The Braves third round pick in the 2010 draft struggled a bit in his first full season as a professional. Playing in High-A Lynchburg Leonard hit .247/.311/.378 with eight homers and 63 runs batted in.
Leonard was drafted with the hope he can eventually replace Chipper Jones because of his bat and defense, but the bat hasn't lived up to expectations.
Evan Gattis-Although he was old for the level at 24 years old, Gattis hit .322 with 22 homers in just 88 games for Low-A Rome.
Gattis isn't much of a prospect, but the way he ht makes him worth at least following next year. One has to wonder why the Braves didn't find room for him in Lynchburg this year due to his dominance at Rome.
David Rohm-The Braves ninth round pick in the 2010 draft, Rohm possesses a solid hit tool. His Low-A numbers were fairly solid: .289/.330/.432 with seven homers and 53 runs batted in, but his 32 doubles and eight triples show that more power is possible.
Rohm is a potential breakout candidate for 2012, something that could raise his profile from currently being projected as a bench bat.
Jacob Dalfonso-An intriguing bat at third base that hasn't shown much power until this year, Dalfonso is a solid contact hitter and now that he has started to develop some power, he is more intriguing.
His Low-A numbers of .277/.327/.421 with nine homers and 32 runs batted in over 72 games make him another guy to track next year.