Depends on the player pool. SS is much more shallow than 2B to me. If there are guys like Aaron Hill, Phillips, Utley,or Rutledge, I'd hold Andrus for sure. I agree that Kipnis has Ian Kinsler-lite type upside, but Kipnis will need to either go into the season with a new approach or get a lot of luck (which isn't out of the realm of possibility, but as it stands, he hits way too many GB). If we are ranking them based on ceiling, Andrus possesses a Jose Reyes-lite type profile with the upside for double-digit HR, and 40+ SB (again, if we are including the luck/growth factor). Remember, Andrus is still just 24 years old. He already has 4 full years of MLB experience under his belt, when many 24 year olds are just entering the Majors. He is primed for a potential big year.