I completely agree with the original poster's rankings. I really don't see how the rest can say Andrus isn't a top 5 SS right now. He is having a much better year than his preseason rankings/projections anticipated. If you were drafting Andrus for power, then you are just foolish. He had zero HR last year, so his pace for 5+ you'll take and like it. You drafted him for SB, not HR. He has 19 SB, 0 CS. That is huge. His runs have also been solid with 35 so far, and his rbi surprisingly solid with 24 (after having only 35 last year).
Also, his avg has been solid since the 1st of May. He hit .282 in may, and is hitting .429 in June so far. If he produces 100/5/60/50/.280, that is a breakout season. At 23 years old that is a very solid line and he has much more room to grow from that. He should one day project to 10 HR, but he cannot be counted on that in the present.
He certainly has a lot to work on yet, his walks have been abysmal for a top of the order guy (11 bb) and his obp/slg are horrible (.318/.350) so if you are in a deeper stat league that counts those stats, I can see your argument for his lack of success. But in a 5x5 league this guy is a top 5 SS, without question.
As far as the rest of SS, Tulo is by far the #1 guy. He is a notorious slow starter so having 11 HR so far is very encouraging. Also, barring a miraculous second half from Hanley, he is definitely out of the discussion next year as the #2 pick behind Pujols. I wouldn't be surprised to see him fall out of the top 5 with the amount of studs that are first round worthy now (pujols, tulo, braun, kemp, etc).
Also, if I was an Asdrubal owner I would be selling, selling, selling. If you can flip him for a guy like Andrus or even Alexei you have to make that move. You guys can't honestly think he is going to keep up this 30/20 pace do you? Thats like saying you think the Indians will keep up their pace and finish with the third best record in baseball.