Re: Who is Redszone's #15 prospect? 2013
I went with Seth Mejias-Brean. He's had upside power in batting practice for years that goes along with a plus glove and arm at the hot corner. He realized some of that power in Billings. That may be a blip due to small sample size; if not, he'll be a fast riser capable of playing at AA by the end of the season. He could also become organization fodder. High ceiling, low floor.
I could also see an argument for David Vidal, who's basically the same guy, but a year younger and coming off a really tough few months at AA Pennsacola.
The next ten picks are pretty much entirely interchangeable, IMO, as they represent some combination of high upside or high floor. I could just as easily insist that Steve Selsky or Bryson Smith deserve some love here due to outstanding production since becoming pros. (And might very well begin that argument with the next pick.)
Really, though, for all of us, IMO, it's just shooting in the dark.
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