The NL Central is the weakest overall division of prospects. While it lacks a true superstar, it does have several names with everyday player ceilings.
The Atlanta Braves initially drafted Dennis Lewallyn out of high school in 1971 in the 3rd round. He chose instead to attend Chipola College, which has since become a junior college powerhouse, and was the 8th overall choice in the 1972 January secondary draft to the Dodgers. After 11 years on the mound and 37 years as a coach or coordinator, Lewallyn comes full circle, retiring as a pitching coach within the Atlanta Braves minor league system.