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2021 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List No. 10

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Who is the 10th-best prospect in the Giants farm system?

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The 2021 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List is flying by, and we’ve already made it to CPL No. 10. Entering the list at No. 9 is one of the San Francisco Giants prospects who generates the most discussion: left-handed pitcher Kyle Harrison, who received 60% of the vote in the four-player poll.

Harrison has a lot of unknowns, the result of being a high school selection in a pandemic year where there was a shortened high school season and no rookie ball. And he has the dichotomy of being a third-round pick who received a first-round level signing bonus. Add in that a lot of prospect publications are putting him much higher than ninth on their lists, and you have a very interesting and intriguing prospect who could end up pretty much anywhere on this list next year.

Now let’s see who rounds out the top ten. We’ve got some new names to choose from!

The list so far

  1. Marco Luciano
  2. Joey Bart
  3. Heliot Ramos
  4. Hunter Bishop
  5. Luis Matos
  6. Seth Corry
  7. Alexander Canario
  8. Patrick Bailey
  9. Kyle Harrison

Note: Clicking on the above names will link to the CPL where they were voted onto the list.

#10 prospect nominees

Tristan Beck
Camilo Doval
Sean Hjelle
Jairo Pomares
Gregory Santos
Luis Toribio
Will Wilson

Note: When available, each player’s first name links to their Baseball-Reference page, and their last name links to their Fangraphs page.

Poll

Who is the No. 10 prospect in the Giants system?

This poll is closed

  • 1%
    Tristan Beck
    (12 votes)
  • 2%
    Camilo Doval
    (21 votes)
  • 15%
    Sean Hjelle
    (124 votes)
  • 3%
    Jairo Pomares
    (28 votes)
  • 3%
    Gregory Santos
    (27 votes)
  • 10%
    Luis Toribio
    (88 votes)
  • 63%
    Will Wilson
    (521 votes)
821 votes total Vote Now