Note: This list's order was not set by me, but by MLB.com. I've provided my video, photo and interviews as additions. MLB’s list can be found here. Click each player's name for more content.
C | Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Short-Season) | 6’2″ | 195 lbs | 2014, 2nd round | 22-years old
From MLB.com: "The Giants have one of the best catchers in the big leagues in Posey and one of the top catching prospects in the Minors in Susac. Nevertheless, they couldn't resist the temptation to draft Garcia when he was available with the 52nd pick in the 2014 Draft. The Conference USA Player of the Year signed for $1.1 million.
Garcia has a mature approach, employs a short stroke and uses the entire field. He makes consistent hard contact and could provide 15 homers per season once he adds some more strength.
Garcia's offense stands out more than his defense, though he should be able to stay behind the plate. He has an average arm but still needs to polish his receiving and blocking skills. A top student, Garcia has the work ethic to make the necessary improvements."
10. Steven Okert
LHP | Richmond Flying Squirrels (AA) | 6'3" | 210 lbs | 2012, 4th round | 23-years-old
From MLB: "Okert pitched well enough as a starter to get drafted by the Brewers after each of his two seasons at Grayson County College in Texas in 2010 and '11, but his career took off when he moved to the bullpen after transferring to Oklahoma in '12. San Francisco selected him in the fourth round that June, and he has cruised through the Minors ever since, reaching Double-A two years later.
Okert pitches off a 92-94 mph fastball that reaches 97 mph. He's very tough on left-handers, neutralizing them with a hard slider. Okert is less effective against righties, and his below-average changeup doesn't help much in that regard.
Okert's control has gotten better each year since he turned pro, but he will have to do a better job of locating his pitches against more advanced hitters. His ceiling lies somewhere between lefty specialist and setup man."