I don't think any of the lists matter this year.
Looking over the Phillies minor leagues, they seem to have plenty of talent, the problem last year was more coaching and development. Outside of D Jones and Stephens, who took a step up over their projected talent?
The commitment to Driveline, the coaching changeover at all levels are a good sign.
But we need to see some results, to see some talented players make a big jump (Garcia, Simmons, Baylor, Rojas, Morales), to see some diamonds in the rough developed.
Development is key b/c the drafting/signing philosophy seems to have inverted, instead of high tools early and safe later, now it's safe early (Haseley, Bohm, Stott) and high tools/risk later. That means more players with upside but low floors that need a top development staff to reach their potential.
One thing I'd do if I were the FO is feed my minor leaguers - the low salaries means you have kids eating cheap fast food - I'd cater three meals a day for every minor league team and have a roving nutritionist teaching them how to cook and eat healthy. It would probably cost less than one blown LA signing a year to do this - and it doesn't count against any spending caps.