The trio is among a total of 37 players currently farmed out by the Citizens to seek first team opportunities elsewhere.
The ranking assessed players by their progress, activity and impact at their temporary homes.
Yeboah sits on the 16th position, having made 24 appearances, netting two times, assisting once and creating 22 chances in the Dutch Eredivisie.
NAC Breda midfielder Thomas Agyepong sits three places off Yeboah on the 19th position with 24 league outings, one goal and two assists.
Divine Naah, presently of Swedish outfit Orebro SK, is the third Ghanaian on the list, occupying the 29th position.
The 21-year-old has a total of seven matches to his name this season; five for his current club and two for Danish side Noordsjaelland, with whom he spent the first half of the campaign.
The three Ghanaians, though, are yet to make their senior debut for Manchester City.
Interestingly, renowned Cote d'Ivoire striker Wilfred Bony, who scored four league goals for the Citizens last season, sits fourth from bottom on the 37-man register, having made 10 appearances and scored twice for Stoke City.