I personally don't know of any, but I think you'd see a high correlation between top prospects and top fantasy prospects. A top prospect is one expected to come in and eventually play at an All-Star level. Well, that's what most people look for in their fantasy prospects. And most top prospects get there based on offensive potential - which translates in fantasy baseball as well.
I think the two areas that would be different are those players with excellent defensive reputations that boost their status (e.g. Hardy) or the pure speed guys, who seem to be dropped. For example, Tavares was not a highly rated prospect, but for fantasy purposes he is a good prospect.
As such, I'd recommend looking at the players at the top of the list and see why they are ranked. If defense is the number one factor, drop them a little. As for the speed guys, find those that are mentioned at all and, if they exhibit good plate discipline and play good defense, bump them up a little. Other than that, I don't have any other suggestions.