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2015 DRaysBay writer and community prospect list

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We wrap up ranking season with a combined list of our writers, community and community friend

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

If you are tired of prospect rankings, you will have to wait one more day. First place earns 30 points, second place earns 29, and so on. To break the ties, I prioritized the player with the lowest standard deviation. If you want to see the individual lists, click on the name. Thanks to Dock of the Rays for allowing us to use his list, and if you want to see a more industry-centric list, head here.

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Player

DRB

Danny

DOTR

Ian

Scott

Total

1

Willy Adames

2

2

2

1

3

145

2

Steven Souza

3

1

1

3

4

143

3

Ryan Brett

6

4

4

5

6

130

4

Daniel Robertson

1

3

3

20

1

127

5

Alex Colome

5

5

7

16

9

113

6

Brent Honeywell

9

7

10

10

8

111

7

Adrian Rondon

8

10

8

7

12

119

8

Taylor Guerrieri

4

8

11

18

5

109

9

Andrew Velazquez

12

14

9

8

7

105

10

Justin O'Conner

7

6

5

2

104

11

Mikie Mahtook

15

15

12

4

14

95

12

Nathan Karns

13

12

6

13

17

94

13

Blake Snell

14

13

18

9

13

88

14

Casey Gillaspie

10

9

14

27

10

85

15

Enny Romero

11

11

25

14

11

83

16

German Marquez

19

22

15

21

15

63

17

Justin Williams

16

16

16

16

60

18

Burch Smith

18

19

2

54

19

Matt Andriese

28

25

17

15

28

42

20

Nick Ciuffo

17

20

28

18

41

21

Patrick Leonard

25

22

12

24

41

22

Ryne Stanek

20

18

29

22

27

39

23

Jake Bauers

23

20

19

29

33

24

Johnny Field

30

6

25

32

25

Tyler Goeddel

11

21

30

26

Jake Hager

24

27

24

20

29

27

Hak-Ju Lee

27

26

23

19

29

28

Jose Dominguez

26

17

23

30

28

29

Tim Beckham

30

21

24

22

27

30

Dylan Floro

29

13

28

23

Also receiving votes: Boog Powell (21), Kean Wong (20), Grayson Garvin (18), Richie Shaffer (14), Jaime Schultz (12), Mike Montgomery (7), Andrew Toles (6), Jacob Faria (5), Bralin Jackson (5), Luke Maile (3), Cameron Varga (1)

One thing to note is last season, only seven players also received votes last year. Maybe the difference is just having an additional list, but I will go ahead and attribute it to the improved depth in the system.

Other things of varying importance:

  • Colome and Floro are in identical places as last season's list
  • Williams being in the same spot in the four lists that included him is neat
  • By my count, three players from last year graduated, and 11 are new to the organization