kab21 wrote:I'll take a stab at this, could move anyone up 1 or down 1 IMO
Villalona - high risk and a long way away, but high reward
Anderson - put up some nice numbers last season in A ball
Guerra - who knows, but he's a high ceiling guy
Lowrie - a good offensive MI that is close to the MLB, blocked in Boston though
Are these guys ceilings significantly better than what you can get on the waiver wire
Brandon Jones - decent bat, but won't be good in any category
Hu - regarded as a defense first SS
I agree with these rankings.
Villalona and Anderson are the best 2 imo. Both have a lot of power potential. Villalona has more upside, but Anderson has a better chance of reaching his ceiling.