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Consensus Top-100 Fantasy Prospects

With all of our organizational top-ten lists in the can, the prospect staff at Fake Teams has compiled their consensus Top-100 fantasy prospects.

We've finished up the top 10 lists for each organization, and with that comes the capstone of our rankings, our consensus top 100 list. Prospect lists represent a moment in time, based on the information available at that point and the opinion of the ranker. With seven rankers this year, we are providing them as consensus rankings, but also providing the individual lists at the end. As a result, there will be players ranked significantly different on each list, and that's not at all surprising. We each have our own methods, our own things that we give more or less weight to, and in the end I feel that this gives you the readers a broader view on these prospects. With that in mind, I have the usual caveats.

While prospect rankings require a specifically ordered list from 1 to wherever, don't take too much from a ranking you feel is a few spots too high or too low, as we're probably not going to argue if you think a player belongs three spots higher than we ranked them. The other thing to note is that these lists don't necessarily line up directly with our previous team rankings, and that comes from getting more information and making updates as the offseason has gone on. We are always looking for more information, and as we receive it, it can change how a player is viewed.

For our rankings, we use a standard points system, where a vote for a player as the #1 prospect gets him 100 points, the #2 gets 99, and so on. From there, each of the three individual lists is given equal weight, and the consensus ranking is based on the total number of points a prospect receives, with 300 being the maximum possible.

We've written about nearly all of these prospects already as a part of our top-10 lists, which you can find here if you're looking for more in-depth information on nearly all of them. Have a question about a ranking? Post it in the comments, and we'll try to give some insight into our thoughts.

  1. Yoan Moncada, 2B, Chicago White Sox
  2. Andrew Benintendi, OF, Boston Red Sox
  3. Lucas Giolito, RHP, Chicago White Sox
  4. Alex Reyes, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals
  5. Dansby Swanson, SS, Atlanta Braves
  6. Tyler Glasnow, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
  7. Austin Meadows, OF, Pittsburgh Pirates
  8. Brendan Rodgers, SS, Colorado Rockies
  9. J.P. Crawford, SS, Philadelphia Phillies
  10. Victor Robles, OF, Washington Nationals
  11. Clint Frazier, OF, New York Yankees
  12. Lewis Brinson, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
  13. Amed Rosario, SS, New York Mets
  14. Josh Bell, 1B, Pittsburgh Pirates
  15. Anderson Espinoza, RHP, San Diego Padres
  16. Ozzie Albies, SS, Atlanta Braves
  17. Gleyber Torres, SS, New York Yankees
  18. Cody Bellinger, 1B/OF, Los Angeles Dodgers
  19. Rafael Devers, 3B, Boston Red Sox
  20. Eloy Jimenez, OF, Chicago Cubs
  21. Brent Honeywell, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays
  22. Francis Martes, RHP, Houston Astros
  23. Corey Ray, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
  24. Ian Happ, 2B, Chicago Cubs
  25. Bradley Zimmer, OF, Cleveland Indians
  26. Josh Hader, LHP, Milwaukee Brewers
  27. Manuel Margot, OF, San Diego Padres
  28. Kyle Lewis, OF, Seattle Mariners
  29. Raimel Tapia, OF, Colorado Rockies
  30. Michael Kopech, RHP, Chicago White Sox
  31. Reynaldo Lopez, RHP, Chicago White Sox
  32. Jeff Hoffman, RHP, Colorado Rockies
  33. Willy Adames, SS, Tampa Bay Rays
  34. Kyle Tucker, OF, Houston Astros
  35. Tyler O'Neill, OF, Seattle Mariners
  36. Jose De Leon, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
  37. Jason Groome, LHP, Boston Red Sox
  38. Nick Senzel, 3B, Cincinnati Reds
  39. Aaron Judge, OF, New York Yankees
  40. Franklin Barreto, SS, Oakland A's
  41. Jorge Mateo, 2B/SS, New York Yankees
  42. Yohander Mendez, LHP, Texas Rangers
  43. Riley Pint, RHP, Colorado Rockies
  44. Blake Rutherford, OF, New York Yankees
  45. Francisco Mejia, C, Cleveland Indians
  46. Kolby Allard, LHP, Atlanta Braves
  47. Braxton Garrett, LHP, Miami Marlins
  48. Amir Garrett, LHP, Cincinnati Reds
  49. Luis Ortiz, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers
  50. Mickey Moniak, OF, Philadelphia Phillies
  51. Mitch Keller, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
  52. A.J. Puk, LHP, Oakland A's
  53. Jorge Alfaro, C, Philadelphia Phillies
  54. Hunter Renfroe, OF, San Diego Padres
  55. Alex Verdugo, OF, Los Angeles Dodgers
  56. Tyler Jay, LHP, Minnesota Twins
  57. Kevin Newman, SS, Pittsburgh Pirates
  58. Isan Diaz, SS, Milwaukee Brewers
  59. Grant Holmes, RHP, Oakland A's
  60. Yadier Alvarez, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
  61. Jesse Winker, OF, Cincinnati Reds
  62. Robert Stephenson, RHP, Cincinnati Reds
  63. Carson Fulmer, Chicago White Sox
  64. Triston McKenzie, RHP, Cleveland Indians
  65. Ronald Acuna, OF, Atlanta Braves
  66. Nick Williams, OF, Philadelphia Phillies
  67. Matt Manning, RHP, Detroit Tigers
  68. David Paulino, RHP, Houston Astros
  69. Brady Aiken, LHP, Cleveland Indians
  70. Zack Collins, C, Chicago White Sox
  71. Bobby Bradley, 1B, Cleveland Indians
  72. Mike Soroka, RHP, Atlanta Braves
  73. Trent Clark, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
  74. James Kaprielian, SP, New York Yankees
  75. Jake Bauers, 1B, Tampa Bay Rays
  76. Nick Gordon, SS, Minnesota Twins
  77. Derek Fisher, OF, Houston Astros
  78. Luke Weaver, RHP, St. Louis Cardinas
  79. Sean Newcomb, LHP, Atlanta Braves
  80. Erick Fedde, RHP, Washington Nationals
  81. Stephen Gonsalves, LHP, Minnesota Twins
  82. Dylan Cease, RHP, Chicago Cubs
  83. Justus Sheffield, LHP, New York Yankees
  84. Robert Gsellman, RHP, New York Mets
  85. Sandy Alcantara, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals
  86. Forrest Whitley, RHP, Houston Astros
  87. Dominic Smith, 1B, New York Mets
  88. Christin Stewart, OF, Detroit Tigers
  89. Ke'Bryan Hayes, 3B, Pittsburgh Pirates
  90. Brett Phillips, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
  91. Phil Bickford, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers
  92. Ian Anderson, RHP, Atlanta Braves
  93. Willie Calhoun, 2B, Los Angeles Dodgers
  94. Christian Arroyo, 2B/3B/SS, San Francisco Giants
  95. Daz Cameron, OF, Houston Astros
  96. Harrison Bader, OF, St. Louis Cardinals
  97. Anthony Alford, OF, Toronto Blue Jays
  98. Cal Quantrill, RHP, San Diego Padres
  99. Thomas Szapucki, LHP, New York Mets
  100. Richard Urena, SS, Toronto Blue Jays

Also receiving points: Cornelius Randolph, OF, Philadelphia Phillies; Sean Reid-Foley, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays; Taylor Trammell, OF, Cincinnati Reds; Kevin Maitan, 3B, Atlanta Braves; Jharel Cotton, RHP, Oakland A's; Marcos Diplan, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers; Ariel Jurado, RHP, Texas Rangers; Franklyn Kilome, RHP, Philadelphia Phillies; Adrian Morejon, LHP, San Diego Padres; Jasrado Chisholm, SS, Arizona Diamondbacks; Alex Kirilloff, OF, Minnesota Twins; Jahmai Jones, OF, Los Angeles Angels; Matt Chapman, 3B, Oakland A's; Delvin Perez, SS, St. Louis Cardinals; Frankie Montas, RHP, Oakland A's; Cole Ragans, LHP, Texas Rangers; Tyler Beede, RHP, San Francisco Giants; Alec Hansen, RHP, Chicago White Sox; Will Benson, OF, Cleveland Indians; Roman Quinn, OF, Philadelphia Phillies

And, given that this was a collaborative effort, I figured that I would offer some interesting tidbits about the discrepancies between the lists:

  • James Kaprielian is the highest ranked player that did not appear on all three lists.
  • Willie Calhoun is the lowest ranked prospect that appeared on all three lists.
  • Robert Gsellman, Cal Quantrill, Thomas Szapucki, and Richard Urena all appeared on just one list apiece.
  • All three lists had a different prospect at number one (Yoan Moncada, Andrew Benintendi, and Lucas Giolito).
  • Yadier Alvarez had the highest range among players that made all three lists - he was ranked as 32, and as low as 84.
  • The Brewers have eight prospects in the top-hundred - the most of any team. Next up are the Yankees and Braves at seven each.