2017 Top 100 Prospects Position Rankings: Third Basemen

Nick Senzel (Photo by Paul Gierhart)

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There is upside among the prospect group at the hot corner, but Nick Senzel and Rafael Devers are the only elite talents who have really shined in full-season ball, though Matt Chapman's power should see him in the majors soon. Beyond them, it's a lot of raw (Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Ke'Bryan Hayes) or unknown (Lourdes Gurriel) talent or college players who looked great in their 2016 debuts but have to prove it over a full season (Bobby Dalbec, Lucas Erceg). There is considerable depth, with not much separating the No. 11 third baseman and the No. 21 prospect at the position.

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