(Do it, Luis. Do the damn thing. Courtesy of MiLB.com)
The completion of the draft marks an unofficial checkpoint of sorts for the Minor League season. With a fresh crop of players ready to join the organizational ranks, start their pro careers, and insert themselves into the prospect conversation, the timing is perfect to look back at the crop of pre-existing prospects and gauge how they've performed over the first few months.
The 2013-2014 edition of the AB4AR Top 30 was released on the final week of January. A lot has happened to those 30 players since then, some good, like Rob Refsnyder's Double-A breakout, and some bad, like Jose Campos' Tommy John Surgery. Here's a quick check-in on all 30 prospects to see where they sit and how they're trending towards the second half of this season.