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The AFL Top 25: 25-21

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It's only 32 games long, and virtually nobody plays everyday. Pitchers spend the first two weeks (at least) on a pitch count, guys play out of positions, and top prospects are relegated to six at bats a week if they're unlucky enough to be stuck behind hotter prospects at the same position. Still, it might be the most competitive Minor League in America, and the best of the best are there, so Scout.com has put together a list of the 25 top prospects in the AFL.

Since it is the most recent data, extra weight is given to those who performed well in the AFL, but this list takes into account all of the 2005 seasons, and looks to predict which prospects might have the biggest effect on their Major League teams, and which might do it the soonest.  Rankings were compiled with the help of three team affiliated Major League scouts, a director of player...

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