Mike Trout, Wil Myers and Bryce Harper are three of the most promising young prospects in baseball today.
All three outfielders possess above-average skills in most, if not all, categories on both sides of the ball, and all three are destined for superstardom in the big leagues.
Outfielders don't have just one role. They don't have to have soft hands and quick reflexes like a middle infielder, and they don't necessarily have to hit for power as they would be expected to if they were corner infielders.
Today's elite outfielders don't fit one mold, and more often than not, the elite guys can do it all: They can hit for power, hit for average, play stellar defense and tear up the base paths.
Here's every team's No. 1 outfield prospect.