Gelalich and LaMarre strike me as the outfield version of Devin Lohman and Brodie Green.
Lamarre is a plus middle-of-the-diamond defender and base runner. That puts him categorically ahead of both Lohman and GReene. He's from a cold weather state and college, unlike Lohman and Greene, meaning he's likely got more room to improve than either of them. Thirdly, and easiest to see, his offensive performance has outstripped both of theirs. Easily a better prospect than both of those guys. Gelalich -- way too early. He's coming off a long college season, having gone all the way to the CWS finals. I'm giving him a pass for 2012. I think he'll hit, but only time will tell.