Los Angeles Angels: Top prospects report

Jahmai Jones played extremely well as an 18-year-old in the advanced Rookie Pioneer League in 2016. Stephen Smith/Four Seam Images via AP Images

It’s getting better in Anaheim, but slowly ... very slowly. One draft isn’t going to solve the problem, and two might not, but there’s a change in direction here and a clear emphasis on stocking the system with a mixture of high-floor college guys who’ll at least help fill out a major league roster and a very healthy sprinkling of high school athletes and ceiling guys who might take longer but give the Angels a new shot at developing some stars.

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