Note: This list is not about who are the better players or prospects, but rather who is doing the best and making the most of their opportunities.
|Rank||Player||Team||Comments||Last Week's Rank|
Not a great week [.179] but still ranks first [SBs, runs] or second [RBIs, batting average] in most categories
|2||Billy Fleming||TAM||Another big week, hitting safely in all six games but smashing three more doubles and another home run; ranks 4th in RBIs  now||9|
|3||Jake Cave||SWB||Got promoted to Triple-A and had four extra-base hits in his first week; ranks 3rd in the farm in total bases  and RBIs ||4|
|4||Miguel Andujar||TAM||Ranks first in RBIs , second in home runs , fourth in total bases , and eighth in hitting||7|
|5||Dietrich Enns||SWB||Leads the farm in ERA [1.55] now that Green was promoted and ranks 4th in strikeouts  after tossing six scoreless innings in his Triple-A debut||6|
|6||Caleb Frare||TAM||Calendar is rapidly approaching June and he still hasn't given up a run yet; even more impressive is he's surrendered just four hits in nearly 17 innings||11|
|7||Gary Sanchez||SWB||Getting promoted to New York for one game didn't do much for his hot minor league hitting; still leads the farm in doubles  and ranks sixth in total bases||3|
|8||Aaron Judge||SWB||Decent week saw him have a 4-game hit streak and two more doubles; ranks 1st in home runs , second in total bases , and tied for 4th in RBIs ||2|
|9||Rob Refsnyder||SWB||Bouncing back from cool start with blistering numbers; he's batting .400 in his last 14 games with a 1.021 OPS, and now ranks 5th in batting [.293]||NR|
|10||Ronald Herrera||TRE||Tossed six more shutout innings this past week; ranks first in strikeouts  and sixth in ERA [2.91]||14|
|11||Chance Adams||TAM||The pitching version of Refsnyder, he's heating up big-time. ranks 3rd in strikeouts , just four behind Herrera, and doing it in ten less innings||NR|
|12||Jordan Montgomery||TRE||Another solid start this week; ranks 5th in ERA [2.61] and just had his third straight start striking out at least as many batters as innings pitched||20|
|13||Zach Zehner||TAM||Ranks third in hitting [.326] and is tied for sixth in walks ||18|
|14||Chris Gittens||CHA||Lower batting average [.255] disguises what is otherwise a very solid season so far; his 24 walks lead the farm system and he's heating up, hitting .326 in May so far||NR|
|15||Daniel Camarena||TRE||Fluctuating teams and roles allows him to fly under the radar; his 2.63 ERA would rank sixth if he had enough innings to qualify||NR|
|16||Giovanny Gallegos||TRE||Three more scoreless innings this past week with five more strikeouts; he's been the model of consistency so far in 2016||15|
|17||Tyler Wade||TRE||Gittens-like in that the lower batting average disguises an otherwise very good season so far; ranks in the top ten in total bases, walks, and runs||NR|
|18||Jonathan Holder||TRE||Like Gallegos he's been very consistent all season long; still sports a 7.5 strikeout to walk ratio||13|
|19||Tyler Austin||TRE||He doesn't get enough credit for his solid start so far; ranks second in walks  and he's among the RBI leaders ||NR|
|20||Mark Montgomery||SWB||Has more saves [6, which leads the farm system] than hits allowed  so far this season||NR|
Others considered for the Top 20: Jose Campos, Thairo Estrada, Dustin Fowler, Ben Gamel, Travis Hissong, Hoy Jun Park, and Tyler Webb.
Players on the DL considered for the Top 20: Brody Koerner, Michael O'Neill, and Mark Payton.