90s: Paloschi should be higher and Welbeck should be off the list.
91s: Shaqiri should be WAY higher and the same with Oscar.
92s: Gotze should be #1, Coutinho and Eriksen should be higher and the same with Isco.
93s: Should switch Lukaku with Bittencourt (he's going to be great). Pogba should be higher as well.
94s: Don't know enough about 94s to make a solid opinion.
1992 is a scary good year. Those 4 first names could all end up being absolute world class players and both Neymar and El Shaarawy look like they could be the ones to succeed Messi and Ronaldo as the best players in the world.
To counter the guys calling for Pogba to be rated higher in the 93 list, it's a list of "offensive weapons", while Pogba has looked absolutely spectacular for his age so far with Juve he's probably going to be a complete box-to-box type midfielder rather than a pure offensive force. I could see the two young Spanish strikers he rated ahead of him having more of an offensive impact in their career.
No offense to Thomas Mueller, but Reus is just on another level than him, he's faster, has a better shot and is a more deadly passer. Mueller's a little taller and is better in the air, but that's about all I can think of that favors Mueller.