Needless to say, Mike Trout, who spent nearly half a season with Rancho Cucamonga, heads the list. Tyler Chatwood ranks fourth, which bodes very well for the future of the Halos' rotation. He came a long ways this year, though his ho-hum numbers in AA will hopefully motivate the Halos' brass to send him back to Arkansas for at least a couple of months. As we learned with Trevor Reckling, young prep arms with command issues can lose time and confidence if pushed too aggressively. Pat Corbin was tenth on the list. While he doesn't quite have Skaggs' ceiling, he's another lost arm who could very well have a big league future.