H/T to Brickhaus for the idea.
For those unaware, the Rule 5 draft is basically MLB's way of preventing talent hoarding, here are the rules associated with eligiblity:
After 4 or 5 years as a professional, a player must be added to his club's 40-man roster or exposed to the 29 other clubs in the Rule 5 draft. (A club has 5 years to evaluate a player who signs his first pro contract at 18 years old or younger, but only 4 years to decide on a player who signs at age 19.) For purposes of calculating years as a pro, the counting begins the day a player signs his first pro contract, not the season he begins to play.
So, who do the Rays have that fit those requirements?
The first two are givens, after that I doubt any of them are added to the 40-man besides Rodriguez. Maybe Reid if the Rays really like him, otherwise it seems unlikely he gets a spot or can stick in the majors next year -- remember, selected players must spend the year on their new team's 25-man roster or otherwise be offered back to the original team.
Alex Cobb and Alexander Torres top the list of guys eligible next year.
For more information on the Rule 5 draft, read this piece by the fantastic Alan Schwarz.