right away, the Reds need to look hard at the process by which the number one pick has been determined over the past couple of years.
also, this focus on big pitchers is pretty cool, and may pay big dividends in the future. but it's also liable to get a GM fired quickly. Bigger pitchers often take a lot longer to find their mechanics.
I figure that Jocketty is our last capable GM for a while because who else would want this job? So you need to feed him some stuff that will ripen at a quicker rate.
I don't mind drafting size after the first few rounds, but let's be more open early.