Well, first off I'm avoiding Soriano and Webb unless they come really cheap. Usually, Soriano and Webb are drafted within the 9th-12th round range. Soriano's knee, his past nagging leg injuries, and the fact his bat speed was off (due in some part to pitchers not throwing him a fastball as often) lead me to believe that the upside with Soriano isn't too great. I think it's going to be tricky for that shoulder not to keep playing a factor with Webb's effectiveness.
From what I've seen in a few drafts I'm in, Beltran slides to the middle rounds. Knowing the Mets and their prompt methods of disclosing the extent of injuries (
), you're looking at 3/4's of a season's production from Beltran. Beyond this season and in fact this year, you have to keep in mind the possibility of his power/speed declining as well.
Personally, I think Johan in the 5th-6th round is fair. Coming off an elbow operation, declining velocity, rising hit and walk rates and I'd say Johan's upside is muted (I know I'm taking say, Verlander and Lester over Johan without blinking).
As far as Reyes goes, I thought he was a risk entering the season, not counting the thyroid problem, and I believe for a 2nd rounder, he's surely a risk now. Depending on what's left on the board at round 3, I might consider him, but again on the point of Beltran, I'd be a bit wary about how accurately the Mets assess top players' injuries.