Cuddyer has been a top prospect for several years, though his stock has dropped a little because his potential hasn't meant results yet. He should hit for a good, if not great, average. I think a high batting average will be his calling. He has pretty good power for a 2B and slightly below average pop for a corner infielder. He'll probably swipe a handful of bags.
He's a good value in my mind because he's a lock to be starting (unless he absolutely falls on his face) on a good team, he qualifies at every position, and he has all kinds of (as yet unfulfilled) potential.
I'm not just the president of the Cornbread Maxwell Fan Club, I'm also the only member.