This year's draft class is indeed one of the weakest in recent memory, not just at the top of the first round, but also in specific areas that are usually deeper, such as college starting pitching and catchers of any stripe. There is, however, a lot of depth in the middle infield, and this draft seems likely to produce as many major league regulars as any class. It could also see a handful of college arms who could appear in the majors later this year, similar to the College World Series to MLB World Series path Brandon Finnegan took last season.
With that, here is my updated top 100 MLB draft prospects. Note that this is not a mock draft -- my first mock will come out in a few weeks -- but rather how I'd rank them. Many of the names link out to player profiles, written by Christopher Crawford and Eric Longenhagen.
1. Brendan Rodgers, SS, Lake Mary (Fla.) High School
If there's a consensus top player in this draft, Rodgers is it.