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Atlanta Braves Top 30 Prospects: 15-11

William Beckwith has a considerable ceiling

It's that time of the year when we take stock of the Atlanta Braves organization and analyze the top prospects. For the next few weeks, we will profile our top-30 prospect list in groups of five. Here are those who are ranked in the 11-15 range.

15. 1B, William Beckwith: Listed at 6-foot-2 and a conservative 220 pounds, this left-handed batter has all the makings of a potential big-time slugger. He hit a career-high .291 last season with the low-A Rome Braves with 41 extra-base hits [including 15 home runs] in just 381 at-bats. He is actually quite nimble for a larger man too, swiping 17 bases and showing decent range in the field...

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