October 2023 Update (End of Season)
It took a little bit, but Brooks Lee displayed his signature knack for making adjustments in Triple-A after being promoted soon after the trade deadline. As you can see below, his numbers improved massively from August (.658 OPS) to September (.829 OPS) and that's a highly-encouraging sign from a 22-year-old who was drafted just over a year ago. The switch-hitting stud played shortstop exclusively in the first half, but started sprinkling in starts at third base in the second half, and seems likely to end up there. He could contend for an Opening Day job on the Twins in 2024.
July 2023 Update
With Royce Lewis graduating from prospect status, Brooks Lee now stands alone atop our list, though he's got some new competition via the Twins' latest first-round pick (below). For now, Lee is holding strong at No. 1 thanks to an increasingly first impressive first full pro season at Double-A. He was solid in the early months as he found his footing, but has been on fire since the start of June. The switch-hitting 22-year-old shows excellent plate discipline and a knack for driving in runs. He's been playing shortstop exclusively in Wichita but will likely slide to third base when he arrives in the majors ... which could be before year's end.