The finishing touches of the 2013 Minor League season are being applied right now with the playoffs just about wrapped up. That means it's the perfect time to review which prospects stood out the most over the course of the season even if some of them are still playing currently in the big leagues.

Who were the top performers in the prospect world in 2013? Jim Callis and I have picked our "All-Prospect Teams" -- one player for each position -- as well as the top overall position player and pitcher. We've also chosen the prospects we think made the biggest jumps on the prospect landscape those whose stock fell the most and those who have the most to prove in 2014.

Any player who was considered a prospect (i.e. had rookie eligibility) at any point during the season was up for consideration including players who spent most if not all of the year at the Major League level.

There was considerable consensus with agreement on nine of the 15 categories including position player and pitcher of the year. We differed at shortstop third base left-handed pitcher biggest jump biggest fall and most to prove.

All-Prospect Team

There's strength in the middle of the infield and in the outfield but not nearly as much in other positions when trying to round out this All-Prospect Team.

A strong case could be made for at least six shortstops for a squad like this. Want to go offense-heavy? Take a guy like Javier Baez. But plus defense at the premium spot is hard to come by which is why Francisco Lindor got the nod here. The fact he hit .303 with a .380 OBP and 25 steals earning a promotion to Double-A while still just 19 didn't exactly hurt.

Second base was packed with options which may surprise some who see it as a non-prospect position. Kolten Wong continued to hit (.303/.369/.466) and run (20 steals) in Triple-A before earning his first call to St. Louis. He edged out other candidates like Nick Franklin Delino DeShields and Eddie Rosario.