2013 DRaysBay writers' top 30 prospect list

With Wil Myers in the organization now, Chris Archer will have to settle for #2 in the system - Greg Fiume

Now that you've seen the individual lists, here is what they look like put together

To combine the four lists, I used the NCAA poll point system. A vote for first place is 30 points, second is 29, all the way down to 30th being 1 point. To break the ties, I went with the player who had the smaller standard deviation between the two.

#

Player

Daniel

Kevin

Michael

Scott

Total

1

Wil Myers

1

1

1

1

120

2

Chris Archer

2

2

3

2

115

3

Taylor Guerrieri

3

3

2

4

112

4

Hak-Ju Lee

6

4

4

3

107

5

Jake Odorizzi

4

6

5

5

104

6

Richie Shaffer

7

5

6

6

100

7

Alex Colome

5

8

7

7

97

8

Enny Romero

12

7

8

8

89

9

Jake Hager

8

9

10

9

88

10

Josh Sale

11

11

11

10

81

11

Blake Snell

9

13

9

12

81

12

Drew Vettleson

13

10

12

11

78

13

Mikie Mahtook

16

15

13

13

67

14

Tyler Goeddel

17

12

14

19

62

15

Jesse Hahn

19

17

15

18

55

16

Felipe Rivero

18

19

23

14

50

17

Brandon Guyer

10

24

21

22

47

18

Todd Glaesmann

21

14

22

23

44

19

Andrew Toles

23

20

18

20

43

20

Tim Beckham

25

22

16

21

40

21

Parker Markel

24

30

17

16

37

22

Ryan Brett

27

16

29

15

37

23

Jeff Ames

20

18

24

26

36

24

Oscar Hernandez

22

21

25

24

32

25

Mike Montgomery

14

27

25

28

26

Alex Torres

26

23

20

29

26

27

Brandon Martin

26

26

17

24

28

Patrick Leonard

28

27

19

27

23

29

Robinson Chirinos

15

16

30

Ty Morrison

25

6

Also receiving votes: Granden Goetzman (4), Ryan Carpenter (3), Nick Sawyer (3), Dane De La Rosa (2), Jeff Malm (2), Frank De Los Santos (1), James Harris (1)

As expected, Wil Myers was the unanimous #1. Although there were minor disagreements early on the list, for the most part, everyone was in agreement about who would be in the top 10, just not the order everyone should be in. Starting with Tyler Goeddel, there are pretty minor squabbles over player placement that go down the list with the ranges of player placement widening. Despite those disagreements, the writers were nearly in complete agreement on the players that belong in the top 30. Even though there's a lot of depth and interesting talent in the lower minors, 27 of the 30 players appeared on every list.

The players disagreed upon most? Besides Robinson Chirinos standing out, Ryan Brett and Mike Montgomery stand out above the other players. In Brett's case, Kevin and I were seemingly more willing to give him the benefit of the doubt after his mediocre 2012 season. The same goes for Montgomery. Daniel ranks him somewhat highly, while Kevin doesn't rank him at all. As the community prospect list comes close to wrapping up and the remaining industry lists trickle in, we'll see how they compare to the writers' list.

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