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2022 White Sox Top 100 Prospects

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 73: Cameron Butler

A rough adjustment to pro ball should not deter this all-everything Californian.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 74: Godwin Bennett

This mystery right fielder ended 2021 on fire.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 75: Logan Glass

Still packed with promise, this fleet outfielder will need to focus on contact this summer.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 76: Dario Borrero

Despite the small sample size, this teen’s offensive tool box intrigues.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 77: Craig Dedelow

A trip to Charlotte could reawaken some of this right fielder’s gaudy power numbers.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 78: Carlos Hinestroza

A promising first pro season gets this righty right on the fast track.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 79: Gunnar Troutwine

After a rough 2019, this backstop roared back into prospect consideration with a superb 2021.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 80: Kade Mechals

Grit and determination will see this righty making his pro debut in 2022.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 81: Caberea Weaver

The center fielder found a power stroke, but has too much speed to sacrifice good contact.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 82: Layant Tapia

This speedster’s debut was worth the wait.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 83: Homer Cruz

A superb ACL season keeps this righty on the radar.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 84: Kaleb Roper

His move to the pen late in 2021 could be the righty’s key to seeing the South Side one day.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 85: Jerry Burke

This starter will need to combine his talent with some durability in 2022.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 86: Emerson Talavera

A mighty impressive debut for a young pitcher who could be heading Stateside early.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 87: Isaiah Carranza

Finally, a chance to see this intriguing arm in action.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 88: Davis Martin

Success in a short Double-A sample bodes well for movement up in 2022.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 89: Tyler Osik

If he can outmaneuver the injury bug, there’s a clear path to Birmingham.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 90: Samil Polanco

This under-the-radar infielder was solid, with promise, in 2021.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 91: Manuel Veloz

Get ready for a significant jump forward in the system for this righty.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 92: Pauly Milto

He’s got the spicy arsenal; this righty just needs to stay healthy.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 93: Fraser Ellard

Funky movement and plenty of ’tude are this southpaw’s calling cards.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 94: Colby Smelley

With a solid bat and uncommon defensive range, there’s some promise here.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 95: Manuel Guariman

A 2021 signing overshadowed by Vera and Céspedes, this young catcher crushed it offensively.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 96: Everhett Hazelwood

It was a short but impressive pro debut for this UDFA.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 97: Garrett Schoenle

After going undrafted, this southpaw had an extremely strong pro start in the ACL.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 98: Kyle Kubat

Some might consider a "crafty" pitcher as a pejorative, but this lefty’s craftiness might punch his ticket to the majors.

2022 South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 99: Anderson Comas

Continued struggles at the plate and crowded competition in the outfield have turned the heat up.

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 100: Jake Elliott

Org arm or legit bullpen piece? The 2022 season will hold the answers.

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