1 Justin Smoak TEX – 1B: Way too high. He is struggling mighty hard in AAA he didn't even slug .500 in AA.
2 Jason Heyward ATL – OF: Has to be a top 3 prospect at this point in my eyes. Super young with great discipline in AA.
3 Steven Strasburg WAS – SP: Unsigned as of now, but if he did sign you'd think he'd have to be #1?
4 Brian Matusz BAL – SP: I have trouble ranking my higher than Chris Tillman personally. Still an easy top 10 prospect to me.
5 Jesus Montero NYY – C: Gotta love this guy, should be ranked higher than Posey at this point.
6 Buster Posey SF – C: Probably a bit high of a ranking for him at the mid season point. Another player who has been set back by AAA pitching so far.
7 Madison Bumgarner SF – SP: Should be ranked higher. I would put him ahead of Smoak, Matusz, and probably Montero.
8 Chris Tillman BAL – SP: Another guy who is a bit too low. I'd have him ahead of Posey, Matusz, and Montero. He's more than a year younger than Matusz but pitching a whole level higher.
9 Mike Stanton FLA – OF: Based on pure cieling I'd put him higher than Smoak, Matusz, and Tillman. I am fairly certain he's the youngest hitter in AA.
10 Jarrod Parker ARI – SP: His last year's second half numbers had me drooling... So far his 1 second half start wasn't that great.
11 Pedro Alvarez PIT – 3B: Another guy who is a bit too high for me as well. But hey he's starting to rake in AA. He's hitting .400 with 2 bombs in his last 8 games.
12 Carlos Santana CLE – C: Struggling horribly in July... Talks he may get moved out of the C position as well... But he is in my top 10 - 15 range.
13 Yonder Alonso CIN – 1B: I like Yonder Alonso a lot, he seems to be the poor man's version of Justin Smoak. But he shouldn't be ranked higher than Desmond Jennings, Dominic Brown, or Micheal Taylor in my opinion.
14 Desmond Jennings TB – OF: He's in my top 10 for sure. The guy is looking like the next Carl Crawford.
15 Tim Alderson SF – SP: I like Tim Alderson to be in the top 25 but he doesn't get enough K's for me to put him in my top 15. I would drop him down quite a bit.
16 Logan Morrison FLA – 1B: The plate discipline is there but the power and batting average is lacking. I'd drop him down quite a bit as well.
17 Dominic Brown PHI – OF: Has great upside and the phillies love him. He's showing 25 HR 30 SB potential in high A ball.
18 Jordan Lyles HOU – SP: His numbers are looking to be a step below what Madison Bumgarner did last year. I rank him higher than Alderson, Morrison, and Alonso... Maybe even Carlos Santana (but that might be a bit excessive).
19 Jhouyls Chacin COL – SP: Crazy sinkerballer. The guy has Brandon Webb comparisons but his numbers are looking far advanced from what Brandon Webb's were at Chacin's age. I'd put him above Alderson, Morrison, and Alonso too.
20 Mike Taylor PHI – OF: Micheal Taylor and Dominic Brown are so close to me. I initially had Taylor with the leg up due to his crazy 30/30 pace in AA. But with his recent AAA set backs I'd rank him right below Dominic Brown.
21 Brett Wallace STL – 3B: Him producing solid numbers in AAA makes me rank him higher than Morrison and Alonso. After an insane college season followed by a monster AFL Brett Wallace has yet to really put up huge minor league numbers. But they are very solid for his age at his level nonetheless. I think he will get really hot here soon.
22 Christian Friedrich COL – SP: I would personally jump this guy at least 5 rankings. He has a higher cieling than Alderson just due to his nasty K potential.
23 Jake Arrieta BAL – SP: Very close the majors doesn't project to have as big of a cieling as the other pitchers above him but he is close to his potential.
24 Hector Rondon CLE – SP: Has a better cieling than Arrieta. Two years younger yet putting up better numbers at the same level. I'd move Rondon up a few spots. He should probably be ranked 1 or 2 prospects higher than Friedrich.
25 Carlos Carrasco PHI – SP: Projects to have #2 - #3 type stuff. I'd drop him down a fair amount just due to the lack of cieling.
26 Tim Beckham TB – SS: Just due to his raw potential I'd rank him a bit higher. Probably put him above Carrasco, Arrieta, Morrison, and Alonso. He hasn't put up the monster numbers but he is more than holding his own as a 19 year old hitter in A ball.
I was going to go through name by name with a short analysis of where I'd rank them about. But I'm running low on time, I'll revisit to finish later.