Baseball America has released their 11-30 top prospects in the org. Some of the highlights They are really high on McKinstry which makes him slotting in at 11 pretty interesting. He doesn't have star upside, but he sounds a whole heck of a lot like Kiké just from the left side of the plate and he is expected to make a lot more contact. Sounds like Amaya is going to be one to watch this season. They rate him as at least a plus defender at SS with potentially more in there. They have a ceiling for him as an everyday player, but at current with little to no pop. He has improved every year offensively and they think he could grow to a solid hitter if he can fix his swing a bit more. He has a great eye which gives him a decent floor, but there is still need for improvement with the stick. They were a bit kinder to Rodriguez. They say he bulked up a bunch and he got super homer happy from it. The team is working to rebuild his swing into the old one, but they are shaky on whether he is a CF'er anymore. DeJesus continues to show improvement and is now showing the traits of an on/off field leader. He is likely going to fill out too much which will take him off of SS, but he has the tools to be power hitting 3B with an above average skillset. Still just 18, this dude has turned a lot of heads. He will need to cut down on his whiffs, but if it comes together, he could be a beast. Omar Estevez was a solid contributor at the Alt site and the club feels he has turned into a pretty competent contributor likely out of 2B. His arm has never really improved while he has also slowed down a bit so the team does not see him working on the left side. They feel his power has also ticked up to where he should knock 10-15 a year. He could be an interesting guy to watch in AAA this season. Another not so great report on Beeter. Fastball and Curve are serious plus pitches, but his control is an absolute mess. The team says they think he's a reliever at this point as there is little hope that he can get his delivery together to throw consistent strikes at the big league level. They will keep him as a starter to better develop his pitches, but don't expect him there for long. They really like Mann's bat and he has continued to impress. His biggest issue is that his defense may lag behind enough to make him a guy without a position. If he can't get right at 2B or 3B, he could find a home at 1B or LF. Kendall Williams has done well since joining the org, but he needs to add some velo now. For a 6'6" guy, he is gonna need to do better than occasionally touching 93 and 94. The good news is he is still young and has already shown a plus changeup to go with solid control and a polished delivery. Those are not normally 3 things you see in a big pitcher this young so he could see some jumps in the years ahead if he can gain some velo. Slider is not a great pitch right now so he will need to work on it as well. He just turned 20, so he will not be seen for a couple of years. Grove gets a good report, but BA holds him back due to injury concerns and a high effort delivery. Stuff ticked up in his second year back from TJ where velo worked 92-95 over 4 inning stints. Started to regain feel for his plus curve while also implementing a slider that is flashing above average as well as change up that he tunnels well off his fastball. He'll be a guy to watch and Dodgers staff members said a year ago that this guy was gonna be the top pitcher in the org by spring of this year before shit went wild with Covid. Jimmy Lewis is a lot like Williams in that he is a 6'6" dude with an advanced feel for pitching, some intriguing secondary's, a repeatedly smooth delivery and really needs to start adding velo. Lewis is a bit more advanced in locating his pitches over Williams, but doesn't have the second pitch that he does. Still, rival evaluators came away very impressed. I was gonna skip Raley, but his report is interesting. Apparently he was one of the most impressive hitters at the alt site and there is feeling that this dude could be a sleeper pick that comes up and surprises some people. His biggest issue is that he is ultra aggressive both at the plate and in the field, but the dude has light tower power and is surprisingly athletic. He sounds almost a bit like what Joc Pederson was and not the prospect he was actually projected to be. Carrillo saw enough gains at the Alt Site to the point where the team feels he could be a solid pen contributor. He still has severe issues with control and finding a tempo is a major ordeal with him. Still, the team elected to protect him as his stuff is filthy with a fastball that gets up to triple digits with nearly 16 inches of run on it. He is on the 40, but is likely slated for AA.