The three players were ranked 16th, 19th and 27th respectively by squawka.com.
Yeboah, 20, is the top ranked among the three Ghanaians after impressive immensely at Dutch Club FC Twente where he has scored two goals in 24 appearances for the Club so far.
Thomas Agyepong has already played for the Ghana U17, U20 and U23 team
The Ghana U20 star was able to beat Ivorian attacker Winfred Bony, highly-rated Columbia youngster Marlos Moreno and Nigerian prospect Chidiebere Nwakali.
He is followed by Thomas Agyepong who has been a sensation for Eerste Divisie side NAC Breda, making 24 appearances for the Club this season.
Divine Narh was on loan at NAC Breda before leaving to Sweden
Divine Narh who is currently with Swedish Club Örebro SK is the least ranked among the three Ghanaians after he was place 27th out of the 37 loaned players by the English Premier League giants.
All three players joined Manchester City from the Red Bull Soccer Academy.