Earlier this year we looked at some of the top-50 prospects who were not being talked about all that much, and this week it’s time to look at the back half of the top-50. I know unheralded is a weird term to use when talking about guys that rank this highly considering the sheer numbers of players in the minor leagues overall, but it’s a fact that some teams sail under-the-radar for quite some time and it’s time to give them their turn in the spotlight.

Julio Rodríguez, OF SEA – Rodriguez was signed out of the international ranks in July of 2017 and then made his Dominican Summer League debut in 2018 putting up a .315/.404/.525 slash line with five home runs, 50 runs, 36 RBI, and 10 steals in 59 games at the Rookie level. That performance earned him a promotion to A-ball West Virginia and a U.S. debut for 2019 and so far the 18-year-old outfielder hasn’t disappointed. He’s slashed .281/.351/.477 with nine home runs, 45 runs, 41 RBI, and a steal in 60 games. The K-rate and...