RR Community Prospect Rankings: The Final List

It's been a long process, but your prospect list for 2010 is finally in the books.  Here it is, in all of its glory, and for comparison, nyc and I created our own lists as well that we'll post here as well.  The 5 honorable mention spots are who got the most votes that didn't make the final list, over the last 4 days of voting.

Red Reporter

1. Aroldis Chapman
2. Todd Frazier
3. Yonder Alonso
4. Mike Leake
5. Chris Heisey
6. Juan Francisco
7. Travis Wood
8. Yorman Rodriguez
9. Zack Cozart
10. Matt Maloney
11. Chris Valaika
12. Brad Boxberger
13. Neftali Soto
14. Devin Mesoraco
15. Billy Hamilton
16. J.C. Sulbaran
17. Enerio Del Rosario
18. Matt Klinker
19. Daniel Tuttle
20. Juan Duran
21. Donnie Joseph
22. Logan Ondrusek
23. Daniel Dorn
24. Josh Fellhauer
25. Sam LeCure

Honorable Mention:
Juan Silva
Miguel Rojas
D.D. Gregorius
Philippe-Alexandre Valiquette
Mark Serrano

nycredsfan

1. Aroldis Chapman
2. Yonder Alonso
3. Todd Frazier
4. Mike Leake
5. Chris Heisey
6. Yorman Rodriguez
7. Juan Francisco
8. Travis Wood
9. Zack Cozart
10. Brad Boxberger
11. Matt Maloney
12. Neftali Soto
13. Devin Mesoraco
14. Matt Klinker
15. Chris Valaika
16. Donnie Joseph
17. Josh Fellhauer
18. Logan Ondrusek
19. Billy Hamilton
20. Enerio Del Rosario
21. Juan Silva
22. D.D. Gregorius
23. Daniel Tuttle
24. J.C. Sulbaran
25. Miguel Rojas

Honorable Mention:
Mark Serrano
Juan Duran
Sam LeCure
Henry Rodriguez
Daniel Dorn

BK

1. Aroldis Chapman
2. Yonder Alonso
3. Todd Frazier
4. Chris Heisey
5. Mike Leake
6. Travis Wood
7. Zack Cozart
8. Juan Francisco
9. Brad Boxberger
10. Yorman Rodriguez
11. Matt Klinker
12. Neftali Soto
13. Enerio Del Rosario
14. Donnie Joseph
15. Billy Hamilton
16. Chris Valaika
17. Devin Mesoraco
18. Josh Fellhauer
19. Matt Maloney
20. Logan Ondrusek
21. J.C. Sulbaran
22. Daniel Tuttle
23. Juan Silva
24. Juan Duran
25. Dave Sappelt

Honorable Mention:
Mark Serrano
Philippe-Alexandre Valiquette
Daniel Dorn
D.D. Gregorius
Miguel Rojas

Also, nyc and I decided to take a look a few prospects that may be on this list next year, but didn't make this year's list.  Bonus scouting reports after the jump.

Henry Rodriguez, SS:

Signed as a non-drafted free agent out of Venezuela.  Reportedly plays good defense at SS, and should have the range and arm to stick there.  Hit .327/.354/.427 as a 19 year old in the GCL last season.  Doesn't walk much yet, but makes excellent contact.  Very good speed and a good baserunner.  Definitely has the tools, if he can continue to develop at the plate and maintain his SS defense, could be a good prospect to watch going forward.

Age: 20
Draft/Acquisition Details: Signed in 2009 out of Venezuela
Highest Level Played: Rookie (GCL Reds)

2009 Statistics: 

GCL Reds (Rookie): 41 G, 150 AB, 1 HR, 19 RBI, 9 SB, .327/.354/.427/.781

 

Brian Pearl, RHRP:

The Reds 9th round pick out of Washington is a promising RH relief prospect, who was rated on the BA Top 200 list at draft time.  His professional debut was very solid, with a 43 strikeouts in 28 2/3 innings, for over 13 Ks per 9 innings.  He can work in the mid 90s with his fastball, and has been known to hit 96, but consistency will be his biggest issue.  Also throws a slider with potential.  Should be an integral part of the Dayton bullpen this season, and could get some saves and move up quickly from there.

Age: 22
Draft/Acquisition Details: 9th round (269th pick), Reds, 2009
Highest Level Played: Rookie (Billings)

2009 Statistics:

Washington (NCAA): 23 G (2 GS), 1-5, 8 SV, 3.05 ERA, 38.1 IP, 40 K, 17 BB, 1.30 WHIP
Billings (Rookie): 20 G, 1-0, 8 SV, 3.77 ERA, 28.2 IP, 43 K, 10 BB, 1.43 WHIP


Mark Fleury, C:

Drafted in the 4th round of last year's draft out of University of North Carolina.  Solid catcher with well developed defensive skills.  Struggled a bit in 39 games in Billings this season, but his peripherals (10% BB rate, .184 ISO power) indicate he was unlucky.  Should start in Dayton or Lynchburg this season.  With his already good defensive skills, if he can show more consistent offense he could be a good catching prospect.

Age: 22
Draft/Acquisition Details: 4th round (119th pick), Reds, 2009
Highest Level Played: Rookie (Billings)

2009 Statistics: 

North Carolina (NCAA): 66 G, 243 AB, 12 HR, 60 RBI, 1 SB, .309/.404/.560/.964
Billings (Rookie): 39 G, 131 AB, 4 HR, 17 RBI, 0 SB, .198/.284/.382/.666

Jacob Johnson, RHSP:

Listed most places by his given name "Harold", but goes by Jacob.  He usually works around 90 with the fastball, but since big guy at 6'4", 215, scouts project he'll pick up more velocity.  Throws a slider and curveball, but neither are assets at this point.  Doesn't have overpowering stuff, but gets a lot of ground balls and keeps the ball in the ballpark.  Still a very raw talent.

Age: 19
Draft/Acquisition Details: 11th round (329th pick), Reds, 2009
Highest Level Played: Rookie (GCL Reds)

2009 Statistics:

GCL Reds (Rookie): 10 G (8 GS), 2-3, 2.76 ERA, 45.2 IP, 36 K, 15 BB, 1.12 WHIP


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