Baseball Prospectus posted their top 11 prospects for the 2011 season. I trust this one alot more than Baseball America's, since Phil Rogers writes it. Here is the list; I've posted a link below:
1. Chris Sale, LHP
2. Eduardo Escobar, SS
3. Brent Morel, 3B
4. Dayan Viciedo, 1B/3B
5. Jared Mitchell, CF
6. Jacob Petricka, RHP
7. Greg Infante, RHP
8. Trayce Thompson, OF
9. Addison Reed, RHP
10. Thomas Royse, RHP
11. Andre Rienzo, RHP
12. Tyler Saladino, SS: Last year's seventh-round pick had a stunning pro debut, and he's a legit shortstop.
13. Tyler Flowers, C: His offensive and defense both went backward in 2010, leaving many to see him as a Quad-A player who can't catch in the big leagues.
14. Brandon Short, OF: He can definitely hit, but he has very few secondary skills.
15. Anthony Carter, RHP: The Sox' Double-A closer has mid-90s heat, but he lacks a second plus pitch.
16. Josh Phegley, C: He sure can hit, but he also sure can't catch.
17. Matt Heidenreich, RHP: This 2009 fourth-rounder has great control of solid stuff that should get better.
18. Charles Leesman, LHP: Leesman is a big, physical lefty who had a strong second half, but his lack of a deep arsenal could get him moved to the bullpen.
19. Santos Rodriguez, LHP: This long southpaw has killer stuff, but he also has poor control and an inability to stay healthy.
20. Jordan Danks, OF: Well, at least he still has some tools.