The Arizona Diamondbacks have built a talented farm system largely due to a steady stream of multi-faceted outfielders. Kristian Robinson, Corbin Carroll and Alek Thomas have represented the Diamondbacks top prospects for the past two seasons . And a bevy of other high-ceiling outfielders are scattered across different minor league levels.Arizona farm system is filled with outfield depth, but another pair of Latin American talents are rising to the top of the D-backs farm system. Teenage outfielders Wilderd Patio and Jeferson Espinal have the potential to become the next group of premier prospects. hey both continue to mature and develop, and it special to see,Diamondbacks farm director Josh Barfield said. ur spots in the outfield are deep, but they both have shown what they capable of and are supremely talented.Patio and Espinal have yet to reach the Diamondbacks upper minor league affiliates. They each have just a handful of games stateside, but they skill sets have garnered plenty of attention . Patio, 19, signed with the Diamondbacks in 2018 as an international free agent. The Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela native made his D-backs debut in the Dominican Summer League, batting .261 with six doubles and a .707 OPS in 34 games before elbow surgery shut him down for the season. He continued to impress at the DSL in 2019 and had his first taste of stateside play in 2019 with Missoula. At 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds, Patio continues to grow into his raw ability. His quickness and range in center field give flashes of plus tools across the board. He reaches top-end speed to steal bags and stretch for extra bases.eeing the growth from Patio two years ago to where he is now is tremendous,Barfield said. ffensively and defensively he making strides. He one of our best athletes and can play elite defense at all three positions .