On Friday, I profiled Law’s top Yankee prospects entering the 2011 season. Today, it’s time to focus on the Metropolitans. Shortstop Wilmer Flores (48) and pitcher Matt Harvey (83) made Law’s list. Flores bounced around Single A ball while Harvey, the Mets first round pick last year (#7 Overall), will likely start the year in Single A. Both players are at least two years away from making a big league impact, but the upside is there. For a full breakdown, continue reading.

#48, Wilmer Flores, Shortstop: The 19-year-old shortstop has the tools to succeed in the big leagues. Flores features a plus-arm in the infield, plus-power, and ton of upside. Last year in Single A Port St. Lucie, Flores hit 11 home runs and posted a .289/.333/.424 line in 133 games. Some in the Met organization are concerned about Flores long-term potential at shortstop due to his lanky build. A corner infield or outfield position seems like a more reasonable as Flores continues to fill out physically. Keep your eye on him.

#83, Matt Harvey, Pitcher: Harvey, the Mets first round draft pick in 2010, had a very erratic collegiate career at UNC. Harvey was wildly inconsistent during his freshman and sophomore years, touching 90-92 MPH with his fastball with a lack of secondary pitches. However, as a junior, Harvey’s velocity jumped up to 96-97 MPH while he added a plus change-up, consistently touching 79-84 MPH. Harvey finished the 2010 season with UNC posting an 8-3 record with 102 strikeouts in 96 innings. The 6’4″ righty is only 21-years-old and has the potential to be a back-end starter/bullpen arm for the Mets. He is a project for Met coaches, but the raw talent is there.