MLB Draft 2023: Unveiling the Top 100 Prospects

The MLB Draft 2023 has set the stage for the next generation of baseball stars, with the Top 100 Prospects list showcasing a blend of exceptional talent and potential. This year’s list is notable for its depth, particularly highlighted by the 2023 draft class. Check our MLB section and continue to be on top of the MLB news.

Spotlight on the 2023 Draft Class

Paul Skenes leads the charge as the No. 1 choice by the Pirates, marking one of 18 players from the 2023 class to grace the Top 100. This class also boasts four outfielders, each with the talent to have been considered for the top overall pick, now ranking prominently within the Top 100.

Teams with Most Top 100 Prospects

Analyzing the distribution of talent, the Orioles, Rangers, and Nationals emerge as teams rich in top prospects, indicating a promising future and potential for strategic development.

The Elite Ten

The Top 10 prospects for 2024 are a diverse group, with talents ranging from infielders to outfielders and pitchers, each bringing unique skills to the field:

  1. Jackson Holliday, SS/2B, Orioles: Leading the pack, Holliday continues the Orioles’ trend of top-ranked prospects.
  2. Jackson Chourio, OF, Brewers: With an impressive outfield prowess, Chourio secures the second spot.
  3. Paul Skenes, RHP, Pirates: As the top draft pick of 2023, Skenes’ pitching skills earn him the third position.
  4. Junior Caminero, 3B/SS, Rays: Caminero’s versatility in the infield places him fourth.
  5. Evan Carter, OF, Rangers: Ranking fifth, Carter showcases the Rangers’ depth in outfield talent.
  6. Wyatt Langford, OF, Rangers: Langford, another Rangers’ standout, follows closely at sixth.
  7. Dylan Crews, OF, Nationals: The Nationals’ Crews impresses with his outfield capabilities, ranking seventh.
  8. Ethan Salas, C, Padres: As a catcher, Salas represents the Padres at eighth.
  9. Colson Montgomery, SS, White Sox: Montgomery’s skills at shortstop earn him the ninth spot.
  10. Walker Jenkins, OF, Twins: Rounding out the top ten, Jenkins highlights the Twins’ outfield talent.

Notable Shifts and Surprises

The list also reflects significant movements, with some prospects experiencing drops due to injuries or performance dips. Notably, Daniel Espino and Druw Jones saw substantial declines in their rankings, underscoring the impact of health on prospect valuation.


The MLB Top 100 Prospects list for 2023/2024 is a testament to the burgeoning talent within the league, with the 2023 draft class making a significant impact. As these young stars continue to develop, the future of MLB shines bright, promising a new era of competitive and exciting baseball.

Written by Eduardo Marin

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