Just a little information. Twins have the 13th and 40th pick in the first round.
mlbpipeline just put up their top 50 for the draft here. And they also have a nice little write-up on the class.
"The crop of talent for the 2019 Draft appears to be one of the most imbalanced in recent memory. Quality position prospects abound all over the diamond, while question marks surround the best pitchers available. "If you're in the hunt for pitching up top, this might not be the best year for it, especially with the college arms," an American League scouting director said. "It's definitely a position-player Draft from what I've seen over the summer. It's better than what it's been the last couple of years. It's almost a little scary how good the hitters are compared to the pitchers.""
Both the White Sox and Tigers are likely to get a pretty good college hitter in the top 5.
Obviously, we have a full season of HS and college baseball which will move the list around quite a bit but there are some pretty intriguing players that could slip to the Twins. The best 3B prospect is Josh Jung but he's unlikely to fall to 13, unless the Twins finagle some kind of major $$$ promise by punting the 40th pick or something. 3B prospect Rece Hinds has big power but concerns about too many strike outs. If he has a big year, he could easily be the Twins pick. Zach Thompson is a SP from Kentucky and the Twins have drafted/scouted that school a lot.