Today for ESPN Insider ($), Keith Law ranked his top 100 prospects in baseball. The top of the list did not feature any surprises, with the top player being Rangers shortstop prospect Jurickson Profar. Law followed Profar with Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras and Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy.
The top three players on the list could all make impacts on 40-man rosters in 2013, but Profar is probably going to make the most significant one.
John Sickels: 2013 Baseball Farm System Rankings
Recently-traded Wil Myers came it at number four, but he should not be on prospect lists much longer as he could be an everyday player for the Rays by the end of the season.
Law worked in the Blue Jays' front office for a number of years and is ESPN's main MLB Draft writer. He has a good reputation among the scouting community.
2012 first-pick Carlos Correa ranked at 24 on the list, which was 16 spots behind 2011 first-overall pick Gerrit Cole.