BP and BA are out already. Here's how Sox prospects ranked: BA: Rafael Devers - 6 (up from 14) Jay Groome - 87 (down from 81) Michael Chavis - 96 (not ranked previously) Former Sox: Yoan Moncdada - 1 Michael Kopech - 20 Anderson Espinoza - 64 http://www.baseballamerica.com/minors/2017-midseason-top-100-prospects-july-7/#P473FqBrdXjSqRXD.97 BP: Rafael Devers - 5 Jay Groome - 43 Former Sox: Yoan Moncada - 1 Michael Kopech - 25 Both lists are free, so click through to read the write ups. The Sox are positioned to have anywhere from 3-5 prospects on the top 100 lists going into next season, which will depend heavily on whether Devers graduates or not. Devers, Groome and Chavis seem like easy bets to be on those lists if none of them regress much in the second half or exhaust their rookie eligibility. Sam Travis could sneak into the lists on the back end if he doesn't graduate. Top IFA signing Daniel Flores will probably be in the back end in most of them, Tanner Houck may get some play on them as well. Outside chances for inclusion also include draftees Alex Scherff and Cole Brannen, Bryan Mata (who has been scratching and clawing his way up the Sox top 60 at soxprospects.com), and if he can turn it back on and finish the season strong, maybe Josh Ockimey. The injury to Bobby Dalbec has knocked him out of consideration for now. If he recovers fully, he may be able to muscle his way back into some of the mid-season lists (the top 100's not the top 50's) next year. CJ Chatham, if he can get and stay healthy, could also get on the periphery for those mid-season lists. Also keep an eye out for Ronaldi Baldwin, Greenville's catcher. He's making a case for being worth watching right now. If he keeps it up, he may pop up on some of these lists by the end of next year.