The White Sox added three more top prospects Wednesday when the traded outfielder Adam Eaton to the Nationals. Here’s a look at who they are.

In a June 28, 2016, file photo, Washington Nationals starting pitcher Lucas Giolito follows through on a pitch against the New York Mets, in Washington.

Age: 22.

Position: Right-handed pitcher.

Prospect rank: No. 3 nationally by MLB.com and No. 4 in Baseball America’s midseason rankings.

Highest level achieved: Made his major-league debut on June 28. Spent most of the season in Double A and Triple A.

2016 stats: Posted a 2.97 ERA with three minor-league teams. In six appearances (four starts) with the Nationals, posted a 6.75 ERA with 11 strikeouts and 12 walks in 211/3 innings.

FYI: The 6-foot-6, 255-pound Californian was picked 16th overall in the 2012 draft out of high school, but had Tommy John surgery soon after.

Quote: "These are guys who came quick and got to the highest level at a young age. Certainly what they did at the big-league level was something we looked at, but probably not quite as closely as what they have done over the body of their career and what they did over the course of their larger sample at the minor-league level." — Sox general manager Rick Hahn on evaluating Giolito and Reynaldo Lopez

Reynaldo Lopez

Age: 22.

Position: Right-handed pitcher.

Prospect rank: No. 38 nationally by MLB.com and No. 48 in Baseball America’s midseason rankings.

Highest level achieved: Made his major-league debut July 19. Spent most of the season in Double A and Triple A.

2016 stats: Posted a 3.21 ERA with 126 strikeouts over 19 starts at Double A and Triple A. Recorded a 4.91 ERA with 42 strikeouts and 22 walks over 44 innings in 11 major-league games (six starts).

FYI: Signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2012, he has a mid-90s fastball that can touch triple digits. Made his career postseason debut with two innings in Game 4 of the National League Division Series in October.

Quote: "There is still a fair amount of development with each of them. Both Lucas and Lopez made it to the big leagues last year and conceivably will contribute to the 2017 White Sox. However, we are going to wait to the point where we feel they are ready to contribute and perform well at the big-league level over an extended period of time." — Hahn

Dane Dunning

Age: 21.

Position: Right-handed pitcher.

Prospect rank: No. 6 in the Nationals system by MLB.com.

Highest level achieved: Class A.

2016 stats: Posted a 2.02 ERA with 32 strikeouts and seven walks over 352/3 innings (eight starts) at the Rookie and Class A levels in his first minor-league season.

FYI: Was the 29th overall draft pick in 2016 out of the University of Florida and received a $2 million signing bonus from the Nationals.

Quote: "Dane Dunning was a guy on our draft board very high last summer and someone our amateur scouts were excited about acquiring over the last few days as his name came up." —Hahn