Keith Law finished up his own prospect week by dropping organizational reports on each team's top 10 prospects today.
You can find the list of all his organizational reports here. His
Law's top five prospects did not change from the order they were in for his Top 100 list. Here's his next five, rounding out the top 10.
6. Lance McCullers, Jr., Right-hander
7. Michael Feliz, Right-hander
8. Derek Fisher, Outfielder
9. Josh Hader, Left-hander
10. J.D. Davis, Third baseman
All three of Houston's college bats from last year's draft have questions surrounding them. But, they all have quite a bit of upside and reasons to be optimistic about their futures. Some lists, like ours, prefer the production Reed has shown. Others may like the raw tools of Fisher or the combination of the two that Davis possesses.
Either way, it's a good sign for Houston's positional depth.
But, it's worth noting that top 2015 college pitcher Mike Matuella, from Duke, has the same condition. Could that make the Astros more amenable to taking him with the No. 2
At any rate, what do you think? Happy with Law's rankings? Upset that he has little faith in Hader sticking as a starting pitcher?