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2015 Blue Jays Prospect List

Rank Name Projection
1 Daniel Norris # 1 Starter
2 Jeff Hoffman #2 Starter
3 Aaron Sanchez Closer
4 Dalton Pompey 1st Div. CF
5 Max Pentecost 1st Div. C
6 Sean Reid-Foley #2 Starter
7 Mitch Nay 1st Div. 3B
8 Devon Travis 2nd Div. 2B
9 Roberto Osuna #3 Starter
10 Matthew Smoral #3 Starter
11 Anthony Alford 1st Div. RF
12 Juan Meza #2 Starter
13 Alberto Tirado #3 Starter
14 Richard Urena 1st Div. SS
15 Rowdy Tellez 1st Div. 1B
16 Clinton Hollon #2 Starter
17 Jacob Brentz #2 Starter
18 Jairo Labourt #4 Starter
19 Miguel Castro Reliever
20 Dwight Smith, Jr. 1st Div. LF
21 Chase DeJong #4 Starter
22 D.J. Davis 2nd Div. CF
23 Dawel Lugo 2nd Div. SS
24 Shane Dawson #4 Starter
25 A.J. Jimenez 2nd Div. C
26 John Stilson Impact Reliever
27 Lane Thomas 2nd Div. RF
28 Dan Jansen 2nd Div. C
29 Yeltsin Gudino 2nd Div. SS
30 Michael De La Cruz Backup C
31 Matt Dean 2nd Div. 1B
32 Patrick Murphy #5 Starter
33 Adonys Cardona #5 Starter
34 Ryan Borucki Reliever
35 Nick Wells Reliever
36 Christian Lopes 2nd Div. 2B
37 Tom Robson Reliever
38 Matt Boyd Reliever
39 Jesus Tinoco Reliever
40 Matt Morgan Backup C
41 Colt Hynes Reliever
42 Dickie Thon Backup SS
43 Rob Rasmussen Reliever
44 Tyler Ybarra Reliever
45 Andy Burns Backup 3B
46 Taylor Cole Reliever
47 Kevin Nolan Backup SS
48 Matt Hague Backup 1B
49 Ryan Tepera Reliever
50 Evan Smith Reliever
51 Angel Perdomo Reliever
52 Grayson Huffman Reliever
53 Justin Shafer Reliever
54 Chase Mallard Reliever
55 Derrick Chung 3RD CATCHER
56 Jack Murphy 3RD CATCHER
57 Ryan McBroom Backup 1B
58 Gunnar Heidt Backup 2B
59 Marcus Knecht Backup LF
60 Wil Browning Reliever
61 John Anderson Reliever
62 Derrick Loveless Backup LF
63 Brady Dragmire Reliever
64 Jimmy Cordero Reliever
65 Freddy Rodriguez Backup LF
66 Conner Greene Reliever
67 Daniel Lietz Reliever
68 Carlos Ramirez Backup LF
69 Jon Berti 3RD 2B/SS


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2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3 Anthony Ranaudo P LSU
4 Drew Pomeranz LHP Mississippi
5 Nick Castellanos 3B Archbishop McCarthy HS, FLA
6 Bryce Brentz OF Middle Tennessee State
7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
8 Zack Cox 3B Arkansas
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12 Christian Colon SS Cal State Fullerton
13 Matt Harvey P North Carolina
14 Levon Washington 2B/OF Chipola JC
15 Manny Machado SS Brito Prep, Miami
16 Josh Sale OF Bishop Blanchet HS, SEA
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18 Jedd Gyorko 2B West Virginia
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