BA has a list out highlighting the top 5 youths at each age, 16-25. This is the cream, the headliners, the bidness. Here is the list.
The Giants have 3, Christian Arroyo, Madison Bumgarner and Brandon Belt. They would have a 4th, but they gave up Zack with a K Wheeler trying to win a championship. It'll be a bad beat challenge trade from here on out, so it goes.
That ties the Dodgers, who have Yasiel Puig, Corey Seager and the young lefty phenom who is getting hugely hyped Julio Urias. Of all the Bums prospects, he is clearly the best, and the one who can be a serious thorn in the side of the Gigantes. And what he has done so far is very impressive. I would caution that he isn't the second coming of Sandy Koufax yet, and he has to grind through some levels. But he is definitely a name to know.
The Rockies have one, 2nd overall pick 2013 Jonathon Grey. The Pads and D-backs have none.
The Pirates lead the list with 5. I'd say their IFA guy is cooking with gas. And they have benefited from a lot of losing.
You always hear about the Giants loving vets, not doing enough for impact and other silliness. They're in the thick of the hunt, on the top of the top, with the shiny youth. They're doing great. They "get lucky" and hit on an IFA guy, and I do think Gustavo Cabrera would have at least been a thought although he'd be competing in the Arroyo age-group, and they will be cooking with gas along with the Pirates.
There are enough Dominican Dandies coursing through the system that the "get lucky" hit is going to come, sooner or later. Lets watch Mella very closely, see what gives.