Saying Jeff Jenkins will hit 40 HRs if healthy is like saying J.D. Drew will hit 40 HRs if healthy. He is an injury mess, and it is foolish to project any level of performance by him based on more than 125 games played.
Not quite the same, at least Geoff hit like 26 last year before he got hurt. I don't know if Drew even hit double digits. I agree though, if I'm looking for a power hitter late in the draft, I'd go for guys like Kearns and Burnitz over Jenkins.
Burnitz because I could use him just for Coors starts.