Three players have distinguished themselves so far from the Class of 2006:
RP Josh Roenicke, 10th round
RP Derrick Lutz, 19th round
LF Daniel Dorn, 32nd round
All three of these players are on the same fast track that Jay Bruce is on from the 2005 Class, as they all look to make their Major League debuts exactly one year following Bruce.
There's already a good thread about Dorn in this Minor League section of REDSZONE (Dorn promoted to...).
All other position players from that draft are 2 levels below Dorn, other than 2 players, who have 11 and 62 at-bats respectively. The one with 62 at-bats is doing nothing special, yet at Low-A, where Dorn already hit at an OPS of over .800 with over 300 at-bats. Spending the rest of this year at AA, and hopefully splitting next year between AA and AAA will earn him a promotion to the Majors where he'll be mature enough having already spent a few years maturing as a College All-American.
If any starter had shown any real success at High-A, even just holding their own at that level, then they'd be listed here, but none have reached that plateau, yet. Two relief pitchers, though, as deemed by the REDS' organization, are excelling well enough to have earned their promotions to AA Chattanooga 10 days before Dorn. So far, both are dominating with about 10 appearances each.
No other relief pitcher is doing well from this class at High-A Sarasota.
It doesn't matter what round a guy is picked in. The REDS have right now three players on the fast track to the bigs from the 2006 Class, and none of them seems to have been rushed.