here's what i've gotten...
Greg Miller- LHP LA Miller is a very mature pitcher… as evidenced by his success in the Florida State League (and even briefly into Double A) at the age of just 18! He throws hard for a lefty (90+ mph range) and already has good command of four pitches. He's a very aggressive pitcher that should fill out his 6'5" frame and become not only a workhorse, by an intimidating presence on the mound. It's too late to say he'll move quickly… he's already done it.
Zack Greinke- RHP KC Outstanding young pitcher that has a good arm and great understanding of what he's doing on the mound. His poise and composure are just beyond compare. And, he's just turned 20! The Royals may have another Brett Saberhagen on their hands. Considering what he's accomplished already in his brief pro career, the Royals might be tempted to test him in the Majors this summer. I'm ranking Greinke as the best right-handed pitcher in the Minors.
Edwin Jackson- RHP LA Jackson is one of those pitchers that can hit the mid-90's when he doesn't even look like he's trying. He needs to refine his secondary pitches, but he has the arm to succeed. Look for him to be in the LA rotation out of Spring Training. Could be one of the elite starters in the NL in coming years.
I didn't really say everything I said.