Law will release his top 10 prospects for each team on Friday, but we know the top four Dodgers, with outfielder Joc Pederson (No. 28) and pitcher Grant Holmes (No. 79) appearing on Thursday's top 100 list. Law on Wednesday ranked the Dodgers as the 10th-best farm system in baseball, noting, "Their front three prospects are the strongest in the game."
Those top three are led by Seager, who was also rated the best Dodgers prospect by Baseball Prospectus and Baseball America. Law, like nearly all prospect wonks, thinks Seager won't last at shortstop because of size, but is still high on the infielder.
"Seager still has MVP-type upside at third base," Law wrote, "where I expect him to be an above-average or better defender, just as his brother Kyle has become, but with a much stronger hit tool."
Law compares Urias to Dwight Gooden, who dominated Class-A at age 18 in 1983, albeit in more innings but eight months older than Urias.
"The story here is less about his age than about his present skill set, which isn't that far away from being ready," Law wrote. "By the time he has been built up enough to handle a starter's workload, he'll be working with three or four above-average pitches and ready to make an immediate impact on a major-league rotation."
The Dodgers had four prospects in Law's top 100 in 2014 as well, with Urias (No. 14), Seager (No. 18) and Pederson (No. 41) joined by Zach Lee (No. 75).
On Friday, Law added his top 10 Dodgers prospects for 2015:
1) Corey Seager
2) Julio Urias
3) Joc Pederson
4) Grant Holmes
5) Alex Verdugo
6) Zach Lee
7) Darnell Sweeney
8) Chris Anderson
9) Jose De Leon
10) Zach Bird
In addition, Law ranked Scott Schebler, Joe Wieland, Cody Bellinger, and Chris Reed from 11-14, in that order.