Part of the appeal with Reyes obviously stems from positional scarcity. Sure, there's an injury history there, and even barring something major he could still be hit and miss for total ABs too far north of 600, but he still represents a substantial value upgrade over possible replacements. It's the same arguement that has some guys slotting Hanley in at #1 really.
If he gets to 600 ABs I think he'll post 50 SB, or thereabouts. If he can get close to 100 runs, 15HRs, and 60+ RBIs then he'll look pretty sweet in the 3rd round. None of those numbers are out of sight if he can duck a major injury (minor injuries are part oif the package there of