With draft prospects, it’s all about projecting how a player’s game will translate in the major leagues. And when talking about a prospect's overall potential in the major leagues, we're basically referring to his ceiling.
Now when we say ceiling, we’re talking about a player’s best-case outcome from a developmental standpoint, with the ceiling representing his maximum (and at least somewhat realistic) potential. However, it’s also a term heavily associated with risk level, as it’s often the youngest and most raw players (or in this year's crop of talent, the injured) deemed to have the highest ceilings.
With that being said, here’s a look at the top 10 draft prospects with the highest ceilings among players in this year’s class.