Well, it was finally time for you all to say CorciYES to Danny Corcino. He comes in at #17 after an odd year that saw him post mediocre numbers in AA, and very similar numbers in 18.2 big league innings. He's still walking too many guys, but has the stuff to succeed in the majors if he can somehow figure out a way to put it all together.
Tucker Barnhart, 24, C
Sal Romano, 21, SP
Juan Silva, 24, OF
Carlton Daal, 21, SS
Junior Arias, 23, OF
Highest 2014 Level: A+ (Bakersfield)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: Missed a lot of 2014 with injuries, but stole 60 bases across 2 levels in 2013
Most Worrisome Fact: Hates walks. HATES them.
Alias(es): Don't Call Me Jodi; ??
Junior Arias is another low-minors toolshed. A plus runner with a big arm and some power, Arias was briefly tried at 3B before moving to center field, where many scouts think he can stick. He lost most of 2014 to a broken leg, but stole 60 bases in 2013. Arias has never walked much (career-worst 2.2% BB-rate in 230 Hi-A PA in 2013), but he's got power, speed, and defense working in his favor. He's getting old for his level, so he needs to pick up the developmental pace a bit, but he's got some tools to succeed. I would guess he starts in High-A Daytona, and moves to Pensacola relatively quickly if he performs.