1. Erubiel Villafuerte, P - Washington D.C. Senators, Upside: control and splits, Downside: lack of pitches. Unfortunately, the DL has already reared its ugly head and claimed a good rookie start.
2. R.J. Bellhorn, P - New York Mets, Upside: Cold be the complete package. Downside: He is a lefty.
3. Russell Lewis, 2B, Houston Astros, Upside: glove, eye, contact and speed. Downside: range and splits. Good 2B although he might watch a couple bound to the outfield that he should have. Hitting could be interesting, lead off or 2nd slot maybe but might fall to 6th or so.
4. T.J. Cota, SS, Tampa Bay Rays, Upside: Glove and Arm. Downside: Range and Contact. Overall a good player defensively. Offensively the contact could hold him back from being a superstar.
5. Juan Espinoza, P, New Orleans Jubilee, Upside: Control and splits. Downside: Pitches and Fly Ball. Downsides really hurt IMO.
6. Don Evert, P, San Diego Padres, Upsides: Just about everything. Downsides: Stamina. May not make the starting rotation but should make a shut down middle reliever.
7. Rich Faulk, P, Cincinnati Reds, Upsides: Control and Splits Downsides: Awkward pitches. May not go deep into games with the durability but could turn into a quality starting pitcher.
8. Buster Kaufman, P, Arizona Diamondbacks, Upsides: Control and Splits. Downsides: Pitches. As a reliever could have iffy quality with those pitches.
9. Vicente Guerrero, P, Toronto Blue Jays, Upsides: Velocity, Pitches and Ground Ball. Downsides: Control. A bunch of red flags jump out at me with this kid. Will he develop is an interesting question and if he does will he be enough for ML quality. I am betting he doesn't.
10. Joakim Gandarilla, 2B, Texas Rangers, Upsides: Contact and Speed Downsides: Just about everything else. Playing 2B is iffy. Hitting consistently is iffy. Stealing bases will be easy at the ML level, getting him on base could be a problem.
11. Corban Christman, LF, Dover Dung Beetles, Upsides: Range Downsides: Contact. Should be a good fielding LF. Has some power but not overwhelming, splits are good but the Eye and Contact may make him just mediocre at the plate.
12. Mark McMichael, SS, Cleveland Indians. Upsides: Speed and Arm Downsides: Health and Makeup. SS was never the idea, 3B was but chances of that are slim and could end up in RF. Was looking for a lead off hitter but it doesn't look like he is going to be a candidate for that even.
13. Ralph Jackson, P, Chicago Cubs, Upsides: Many Downsides: Health. For a closer or short setup pitcher, he will fill the bill.
14. Lou Garvin, P, Milwaukee Brewers, Upsides: Control, Ground Ball and Splits. Downsides: Stamina and Pitches. His control and splits should help his good pitches. May not go deep into games as a starter.
15. Stewart Jones, P, Kansas City Royals - Unsigned
16. Jamie Milton, SS, Seattle Mariners, Upsides: Power Downsides: Range and Glove. SS is out of the question I believe, 3B is even iffy as RF is probable. To tell the truth, he is a little better version of my pick.