The Cubs notched three players on MLB.com's Top 100 prospects list. Two of those three players -- Anthony Rizzo and Javier Baez -- weren't even a part of the organization this time last year.
The third, Brett Jackson, has been the Cubs' top prospect for years.
Jackson came in at 33rd on the list while Rizzo was named the 37th best prospect. Baez was 62nd.
Matt Moore, the stout left-handed pitcher of the Tampa Bay Rays, was named the game's top prospect by MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo. Bryce Harper and Mike Trout came in at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.
Other notable names include Hak-Ju Lee (No. 46) and Chris Archer (No. 74), who were part of the Matt Garza deal.
Dan Vogelbach, the Cubs' 2011 second-round draft pick, was the 10th best first baseman by positional rankings, but didn't earn a spot in the Top 100.
By comparison, Rizzo was 18th on the same list last year and Jackson was 29th. Baez was obviously not a part of it, since he wasn't drafted until last summer.
Archer was 38th and Lee was 48th. Jackson was the only Cubs prospect, though the list last year only went up to the Top 50 players.