Originally Posted by redhawk61
"The Dodgers Minor League Player of the Year for 2008, DeJesus doesn't have much left to prove in the minors. Apparently inspired by Baseball America's description of him as a 'below average' hitter, DeJesus took the Southern League to task in 2008, when he swatted an eye-opening .324/.419/.423 at AA Jacksonville. The young infielder led the entire Southern League with a .419 OBP in his first AA season, testimony to his disciplined plate approach. When he makes contact, he's a hitter in the Howie Kendrick style: gap to gap line drives with excellent bat control. In the field, he has soft hands and excellent (inherited?) baseball instincts.
Lets not quote things from that site.... that sites rankings are terrible, thus their information is questionable, and in many cases very old. They rated Chris Nelson as the #70 prospect in baseball after a .669 OPS in AA, in a hitters league while John Sickels rated the same guy the # 16 prospect in the Rockies system earlier this week.
The word on DeJesus is that its above average, but not plus. He is a smart player though, which leads to his tools playing up a notch at times.