Three players on the 2013 list of Top 10 shortstops graduated to the Major Leagues last season, including previous top prospect Jurickson Profar. This year's Top 10 has six holdovers and four newcomers. With Profar now in the big leagues, his World Baseball Classic teammate Xander Bogaerts takes over the top spot.

1. Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox: The Aruba native made his Major League debut as a 20-year-old in August 2013, becoming the youngest Red Sox position player in 41 years. Bogaerts has all the makings of a future star. He has the ability to hit for both average and power. Bogaerts is a smooth fielder and can play both shortstop and third base. He played himself into an everyday role as a third baseman during the 2013 playoffs, hitting .296 in 12 games as Boston won the World Series.

2. Javier Baez, Cubs: In 2013, Baez led the Minor Leagues in extra-base hits (75) and RBIs (111), even as he reached Double-A as a 20-year-old. His hitting prowess comes from his incredible bat speed. Baez is a very aggressive hitter and is a good bad-ball hitter. His defense isn't as polished as his bat, and some scouts think he will end up as a second or third baseman.

3. Carlos Correa, Astros: The No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft led the Midwest League with an .872 OPS as an 18-year old in 2013. Correa proved he is the kind of all-around talent worthy of being the top pick. Big and physical, he is an all-around hitter. While some scouts think he will outgrow shortstop, Correa has all the tools necessary to be a quality defender.

4. Francisco Lindor, Indians: The Puerto Rico native is a two-time Futures Game participant and is regarded as the best defensive shortstop in the Minor Leagues. He has good range, soft hands and a strong arm. Lindor is more of a line-drive hitter, but scouts believe he will develop more power as he matures. He has the tools to be a solid all-around player for years to come in Cleveland.