Baseball America released their top 100 prospects before the 2011 started. Here is a review of how the top 10 have fared:
5. Julio Teheran: (ATL) Though Teheran got his first taste of the big leagues in May of this year, he's spent most of the season at AAA Gwinnett where he was been fantastic. 12-2 with an era of 2.16. 104 strikeouts in 116 innings. He's been tough to hit, only allowed 4 homers and has had (generally) good control. Teheran is only 20 years old and has already been a prospect for 4 seasons. He'll get his shot in 2012.