There are a couple more prospect rankings of sorts to share with you. The interesting thing about both of these rankings is that neither picked Jarrod Saltalamacchia as the Braves top prospect.
D.A. Humber's Baseball Central has two writers who both chose one of the rising stars in the Braves organization instead of Salty. Here is some of what Humber had to say about the top prospects in the Braves organization:
The other blogger over there chose Campbell as well. By the way, what Humber did to Washington was to pick nobody as their top prospect - that's how bleak he thinks their system is, and apparently he is close to thinking that about the Braves organization. I, of course, do not share his views about our system being bleak. In my mind Beau Jones is not even one the top five pitchers in the organization right now, and even with off-years, Salty and Elvis are still considered top-100 prospects. He does share some of my opinion about Andrus not being too exciting...yet.
Over at Project Prospect they chose the top three players from each system, and selected Elvis Andrus as their pick to be number one, with Salty coming in second and Campbell coming in third. Money quote regarding Andrus:
These guys also picked Saltalamacchia as the number two catching prospect in baseball. They still have more positional ranking to come, so we'll check back in with them from time to time. We'll have to wait until January 2nd for the Baseball America top prospects for the Braves.