Top prospects Royce Lewis and Trevor Larnach are among a group of non-roster invitees who will be joining the Twins for major-league spring training in Fort Myers, Fla., later this month.

Lewis, the Twins’ No. 1 prospect per MLB Pipeline, and Larnach, No. 3, are part of a group of 18 non-roster invitees. Of that group, 11 of the 18 have reached the majors before.

In addition to 18 non-roster invites, the Twins also will have another group of players in camp serving as minor league depth players. Last year’s first-round draft pick Aaron Sabato (No. 8) will be part of that group, as will pitcher Matt Canterino (No. 11), the Twins’ second-round pick in 2019.

With Lewis, Larnach and Sabato’s inclusion, seven of the Twins’ eight top prospects per MLB Pipeline will be at camp. Alex Kirilloff (No. 2), Jordan Balazovic (No. 4), Jhoan Duran (No. 5) and Ryan Jeffers (No. 6) are all members of the Twins’ 40-man roster.

Other non-roster invites include pitchers Andrew Albers, Charlie Barnes, Danny Coulombe, Brandon Waddell, Luke Farrell, Griffin Jax, Derek Law, Juan Minaya and Glenn Sparkman as well as catchers David Banuelos, Caleb Hamilton and Tomas Telis, infielders Tzu-Wei Lin and JT Riddle, and outfielders Keon Broxton and Rob Refsnyder.

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Joining Sabato and Canterino as depth players are pitchers Andrew Vasquez, Tom Hackimer, Robinson Leyer, Ryan Mason, Chandler Shepherd and Josh Winder as well as catchers Alex Isola and Kyle Schmidt and infielders Drew Maggi, Jose Miranda, Chris Williams and Zander Wiel.

Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to have their first workout on Friday while the first full-group workout is scheduled for next Tuesday.