Baseball America has two Blue Jays on their Top 100 Prospects list.

Aaron Sanchez is #65 on their list (Keith Law had him at #19).

Surprisingly the other Blue Jay on the list isn't Roberto Osuna, who was 87th on Law's list, instead they have Marcus Stroman at #98. Maybe they figure Stroman for a starter.

Former Jays on the list are Traivs d'Arnaud #24, Noah Syndergaard #54, Jake Marisnick #64 and Justin Nicolino #86. And one time almost Jay James Paxton is #87. Paxton has a nice season in Double-A with the Mariners.

Last year there were 4 Blue Jays on their list:

Travis d'Arnaud was 17th, he's a Met now and we have R.A. Dickey, I'm ok with that.
Anthony Gose was 37th. He's considered graduated. I'd like to know where he'd be on the list now.
Jake Marisnick was 67th. He is a Marlin now,
Daniel Norris was 91st. He has fallen off the list, a 8.44 ERA will do that, but 42 innings shouldn't change our view of the guy.