Spring Training isn't only about making the 25-man roster that breaks camp for Opening Day. There are countless prospects who, either because they are on the 40-man roster or are there on a non-roster invitation, get the chance to simply show what they can do against a higher level of competition, perhaps making a strong impression with the powers that be.
As the calendar forges toward the start of the regular season, spring rosters are slowly being pared down as clubs begin to figure out who will "head north" to start the year. Many of the game's top prospects have made their presences felt and been optioned or reassigned to Minor League camp. Where will they start the year and, more important, when can we expect to see them in the big leagues on a permanent basis? Here's a look at those in the top half of our Top 100 prospects whose time in big league camp has come and gone.