Re: Who is Redszone's #19 prospect?
Duran has all kinds of upside and tools that Vidal and Barnhart can't match. He's also managed to produce in spite of the flaws in his game (strikeouts primarily). There's definitely an argument for him being ahead of Vidal, as good as he is.
Barnhart has impressed me so far (good numbers in a pitchers league), and his highly-praised defense will have him going soon from me. But I'd like to see how his hitting holds up in the upper minors before I put him above Rosa's potential.
Dayton's got a lot of great young talent all around, and they're really starting to make noise here in the prospect rankings. I can think of about 10 more guys on this list that would have deserved a spot in last year's top 20.