1. Matt Moore - Same kind of strikeout numbers with better control. What's not to like?
2. Desmond Jennings - He's run a bit hot and cold, but the tools are there and the production has been too.
3. Hak-Ju Lee - Obviously the biggest riser. Even with a recent cold streak he's still hitting .345 with a .427 OBP.
4. Brandon Guyer - Now it gets tough. This seems really high but he's got a .946 OPS at AAA and is capable of playing all three outfield spots. Lowest ceiling of the top 10 but MLB-readiness obviously helps.
5. Alex Cobb - Pretty much the pitching version of Guyer, right?
6. Josh Sale - Still love him, but of course we'll know more after he actually plays some games in short-season.
7. Alex Colome - Starts have ranged from dominant to clunker. Arm is as live as ever.
8. Alex Torres - Started the season excellently but has slipped back into old control problems.
9. Justin O'Conner - See Josh Sale.
10. Drew Vettleson - See Justin O'Conner.
11. Tim Beckham - A lot to like with his season so far. Doing it for the whole season would help ease my doubts further.
12. Enny Romero - Hoping this is a Matt Moore situation where he showed good control in the Appy League and struggled at first with Bowling Green.
13. Chris Archer - Probably the toughest guy to rank. Big letdown after last season.
14. Jake McGee - Still like him, but now he's definitely a reliever so that lowers his ceiling. Still has closer potential.
15. Ty Morrison - Still really like but he needs the ABs to develop. Hope he returns soon.
16. Nick Barnese - Breaking stuff not developing as expected, control has taken a step back.
17. Tyler Bortnick - Slumped a bit in May but still like his solid approach.
18. Jake Thompson - Multiple injuries have hurt him, I don't think we've seen him at his best this year.
19. Derek Dietrich - I like the stick but walk/strikeout ratio needs improvement.
20. Luke Bailey - Slumped badly in May, hoping for a rebound to April numbers.
21. Wilking Rodriguez - Injured.
22. Ryan Brett - See Drew Vettleson.
23. Cody Rogers - Speed and power, but an aggressive approach with a lot of swing and miss.
24. Albert Suarez - Injured.
25. Todd Glaesmann - See Derek Dietrich.
26. Robinson Chirinos - Horrid April, better May. Still want to see more power.
27. Marquis Fleming - Reliever who has not hit the double-A wall.
28. Jesse Hahn - Rehabbing Tommy John, should see him in late summer.
29. Joseph Cruz - Peripherals have been better in May, but still: 71 hits in 45.1 innings this year.
30. C.J. Riefenhauser - If only because of his big-league lefty specialist potential.