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Over the past several years, I've put together top prospect compilations from sources across the Internet. I have linked to the files below. The Excel workbooks contain tabs at the bottom representing each of the league’s divisions as well as a tab for top 100 lists and positional analysis.

2009-2010 Top Prospects Compilation

2010-2011 Top Prospects Compilation

2011-2012 Top Prospects Compilation

Last year, we decided to change things up a bit. Instead of putting together the list myself, BP partnered with FantasyRundown.com to provide our subscribers with one of the best prospect compilation resources on the Internet today.

2012-2013 Top Prospects Compilation (Provided by FantasyRundown.com)

FantasyRundown.com has once again compiled the 2014 MLB Prospect Rankings from all of the top sources on the Internet into an Excel spreadsheet. The spreadsheet consists of top overall prospect rankings, team-by-team prospect rankings, and positional prospect rankings. Since we respect the enormous amount of work put into this project by "Goose" at FantasyRundown.com, and the fact that he sells the spreadsheet as a separate item on its own, this product will remain behind the BP pay wall for now, available only to subscribers.

Here's a screenshot sample of what the prospect matrix looks like (2012-13 version):

Be sure to visit FantasyRundown.com, a website that compiles the best free fantasy baseball and football analysis, rankings, and projections from the top sources on the Internet, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You can also follow them on Twitter at @FantasyRundown.

Now…for the latest spreadsheet update, click the link below to download:

2013-2014 Top Prospects Compilation (Provided by FantasyRundown.com)

Update: Every time the spreadsheet is updated by Goose, we'll refresh the file and add a new blog post. So you'll get all the changes and complete information.