5. Kohl Stewart, RHP
The Twins first round draft pick of 2013 continues to impress down on the farm. Once again he was dominant in 2014 for Cedar Rapids. Although he dealt with some shoulder issues in the later part of the season, that appears to be mostly behind him. Stewart will likely start out the season being eased back into things.
After taking some steps backwards last season in his strikeout ability, the Twins will want to see Stewart ramp it back up once again. He should see time at Fort Myers in 2015, and still projects as a top of the rotation arm. For Stewart, this season will be about continuing to develop and hone in on his craft, with his eyes set towards the 2017 season.