Only Billy Hamilton (2) and Daniel Corcino (16) make it from the Dragons.
I will be pretty honest..... to me, Billy Hamilton wasn't even the 2nd best prospect on his own team, so to see him ranked #2 in the entire league is wild. As an athlete, the guy is off the charts. As a baseball player, he has an incredibly long way to go. Right now, his hit tool might be a 30. Right now, his power is a 20. Great athlete or not, you can't carry those tools currently and rank as the 2nd best player in any professional league IMO.
I am very surprised by Daniel Corcino's ranking. Midseason he was talked about by BA as being just outside the Top 50 prospects in all of baseball, then winds up being the 7th pitcher listed here. Stuff wise, he was outstanding this season. Numbers wise, he was outstanding this season. I just don't get this one.
Yorman Rodriguez.... attitude issues and all, was the second best prospect on the team for me this season. He should have been on the list. The guy was one of three 18 year olds in the league and he held his own just fine. He wasn't over his head. He didn't do well either. But the tools were all there.
Ronald Torreyes.... one of the other 18 year olds in the league. How an 18 year old goes out and hits .356 and doesn't make the list is a bit shocking. I know the list is based on the managers input from the league and only playing in the second half meant some guys probably didn't see him, but this is a big omission to me.
Anyways, that is my take on the list.