Bay has improved on his last two years modestly. Jeter seems to have had a career year. I'd take Bay before Jeter even looking at position. Jeter has rarely panned out as a first (or even second) round pick. In any case, I'd take Tejada ahead of him too. Similar numbers even this year, except double the power (even being on a lousy team).
Dye: I don't get this guy. He's back to 99-00 levels. What accounts for the mediocre performance in the middle and why has he gone back to performing at such a high level? Until I can explain that to myself, I just wouldn't trust him in the first two rounds (and maybe much longer).
I love Abreu, but I'm not sure he can be considered a top 20 player anymore. He's been inocnsistent the past two years (for H2H). Is he losing power? Is it just bad luck that he hasn't been able to turn some of those doubles into HR? SB are still solid and even better than I expected. I haven't decided where he should be yet, though if he stays with the Yanks, his value is still quite high. In any case, I'm ok with him at 19 for the time being.
Others for consideration: Rollins, Lee, Lee, Berkman, Holiday, Morneau.
Personally, I would take Berkman over Jeter, Abreu, and Dye. Puts him about mid-second round.