Adam Foster published his Top 100 Prospects for 2011 today over at Project Prospect. Adam uses a combination of ceiling and floor in his lists. Here is his explanation when asked is his Sunday night chat:
Thanks for dropping by Matt. Gladly.
We try to get out and see as many guys as possible. I go to about 40 games a year.
When we can't see guys, we consult scouts who have seen them. We tend to value floor a lot higher than other publications. While we put a lot of value into upside, we don't want to miss out on too many average regulars while we try to uncover stars.
And here are his Top 10 prospects for 2011:
The only surprise for me was his ranking of Rosario, which is alot higher than the other prospect experts.
Head on over to Project Prospect to check out the rest of his Top 100.