Yorman and especially Duran are not top ten prospects in this organization at this point. So no, I wouldn't count on them to help the Reds anytime in the next few years, if ever.
I would agree with that. Poster's assumption was that if the high-ceiling corner OF bat drafted in the top 10 rounds doesn't end up helping the major league club, he can at least be a valuable trading chip. Cases of Yorman and Duran seem to indicate that even the valuable trading chip status can disappear quickly.
In general, this scouting dept. goes by the axiom that guys who play in the middle of the diamond are the most desirable at the top of the draft. I think it's a sound philosophy.