Either there's a clear consensus that Willy Adames is the top prospect in the organization, or many liked voting for the first player alphabetically.
1. SS Willy Adames (91.6%)
Here are the choices in today's voting, and remember you can always vote for someone else responding to the Others comment or suggest a new player for the next poll by responding to the Testers comment.
With the influx of new players, I'm throwing Steven Souza in here now. I'm not sure exactly where they'll go, but of the players soon to be acquired in the Wil Myers trade, he should be in the mix.
2014 statistics with Triple-A Durham: 86 IP, 3.37 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, 8.1 BB%, 19.8 K%
2014 statistics with Tampa Bay: 23 2/3 IP, 2.66 ERA, 1.23 WHIP, 10.3 BB%, 13.4 K%
2014 statistics with Triple-A Durham: 145 1/3 IP, 5.08 ERA, 1.40 WHIP, 9.9 BB%, 24.5 K%
2014 statistics with Tampa Bay: 12 IP, 4.50 ERA, 0.92 WHIP, 8.2 BB%, 26.5 K%
2014 statistics with Triple-A Syracuse: .350/.432/.590, 18 HR, 45 XBH, 26/33 SB, 12.8 BB%, 18.4 K%
2014 statistics with Washington: .130/.231/.391, 2 HR, 11.5 BB%, 26.9 K%
Souza has been one of the minors' most productive hitters since a 2012 breakout, and it culminated with an International League MVP in 2014. He has average tools across the board. If he can keep his strikeouts down, he could hit for a solid average with mostly gap power. He'll contribute on the bases and in the field at all three outfield positions.
He's expected to compete for a spot on the big league roster in spring training.