The Cubs are starting to get some recognition for their farm system.
Though the organization didn't have any top pitchers on MLB.com's list of the top 10 prospects at each position, they do have four position players.
Anthony Rizzo and 2011 draft pick Dan Vogelbach cracked the top 10 at first base -- Rizzo was named the No. 1 1B prospect -- and 2011 first-round pick Javier Baez came in at seventh on the top shortstops list.
While all three of those guys are new additions to the Cubs' system over the past few months, Brett Jackson has been one of the organization's top prospects for a couple years.
Jackson was named the fifth best outfield prospect, behind only Bryce Harper and Mike Trout (duh) and a pair of Royals in Bubba Starling and Wil Myers. Jackson was sixth on the same list last year.
There are a few other interesting names that fill out the bottom half of the top 10. Christian Yelich of the Marlins and the Blue Jays' Anthony Gose and Jake Marisnick have all been discussed in some form or another in trade rumors revolving around Matt Garza.
The Marlins obviously haven't been interested in dealing for a starter since they acquired Carlos Zambrano from the Cubs, and the Blue Jays have gone decidedly quiet on the Garza trade front.
It's very possible Jackson does not make this list again next year. To be eligible for any of these positional prospect rankings, players must retain rookie status, which means Jackson cannot exceed 130 at-bats or 45 days on the active 25-man roster. If he gets a call-up in July, it'd be to play a majority of the time, thus disqualifying him for "prospect" status.