Five Mets prospects have been named to Baseball America's updated Top 100 list.
Here's how they stack up:
The Mets had seven prospects on BA's most recent list, which came out on May 8:
Alvarez, Baty, and Senga have all graduated as prospects.
Parada and Ramirez fell off the list.
Ramirez has had a really rough year for Single-A Brooklyn, hitting just .221/.310/.317, so falling off the list makes sense.
Parada going from No. 46 to off the list is quite strange, though, since he has held his own across three levels in his age-21 season. slashing .251/.324/.433 with 14 homers and 23 doubles in 103 games.
Parada was recently promoted to Double-A Binghamton, where he has settled in after an uneven start. He has seven hits in his last 23 at-bats, including two homers and two doubles, and is slugging .541 in nine games in September.
Also bizarre is Williams moving up just one spot, from 91 to 90.
The 19-year-old has ascended quicker than most thought, earning a promotion to Binghamton after making a mockery of the pitching he faced in Brooklyn -- hitting .299/.451/.567 with seven homers, nine doubles, two triples, and 12 steals in 36 games.
Williams has three hits in his first nine at-bats in Double-A, and is slashing .267/.431/.461 with 13 homers, 22 doubles, eight triples, and 44 steals in 117 games across three levels this season.