Picked this up about Janish of the Brewers site:
#74 college prospect according to Baseball America. #25 college prospect by TeamOneBaseball. Oustanding defensive shortstop with tremendous range and a very strong arm. Makes all of the plays, both the routine and the dynamic, and he positions himself well in the field. Is a rock in the middle of the infield for Rice, and was a big reason for their College World Series Championship last summer. Despite his range, he doesn't have great straight-line speed, so he isn't much of a stolen base threat, although he does run the bases well. He has been tagged as an all glove infielder, with questions looming about his bat. In 38 at-bats last summer playing for Team USA, Janish hit only .105 using a wood bat. While he hasn't posted gaudy numbers before, he is leading his team in home runs and RBIs this year (through April 13th), while hitting well above .300, and has come up with several big hits over the course of the season. He does have a steady, consistent approach at the plate, makes good contact and is a good situational hitter. He has drawn projections to Astros SS Adam Everett, but Janish has a better frame and should hit for more power. A better comparison might be to former big leaguer Greg Gagne. Janish should be taken within the first 3-5 rounds of the draft, but could be taken higher on his defense alone.