Five of the main outlets -, Baseball America, The Athletic, ESPN, and Baseball Prospectus - have published prospect rankings, and as expected, there are some disagreements.

A total of 148 prospects were named across the five lists. Even further, only 59 players were named on all five, making them consensus top-100. We can create a composite top 100 by combining all of the lists and assigning equal weights to each.

In the event of a tie, the higher overall ranking was given to the player named on more lists.

While there are many disputes, every list starts with Wander Franco's name. For the second straight year, the 19-year-old shortstop - who has yet to make an appearance above High-A - is the league's consensus No. 1 prospect: