One of the fun games many of us like to play is to bash the Hall of Fame comps for prospects - Tim Alderson is the next Greg Maddux, Pedro Alvarez is the next Mike Schmidt, etc - and of course in 99% of cases, we will be right. That being said, considering that about 3 or so players get selected to the Hall of Fame each year, and most outstanding players spend in the area of 3 or so years in the minors (top college players closer to 1, high school players 3 or more, and players from Latin America closer to 5), there are probably in the area of 10 or so future Hall of Famers in the minor leagues today. They aren't necessarily the top 10 rated prospects - in fact they are almost certainly not - and some might not even be in top 100s. But they are probably somewhere in the minor leagues. Who do you think they might be?