The Reds consider Miguel Rojas to be the top prospect among position players on the Dayton team, followed by Kevin Coddington. Sappelt would be limited to left field due to lack of arm strength and does not project well there due to lack of power. Puckett is hitting so well that he has to be opening some eyes but may have to move to left field. The Reds have too many guys throughout the system right now who can hit a little but project to be able to play only left field at the major league level. One high level member of the Reds player development staff commented that unfortunately, you can only play one guy at a time in left field. Rojas is the only position player on the Dayton club with a skill that projects to major league quality. They are hoping he can hit well enought to be a better Ray Olmedo. Defensively, he reminds me a little of how Alex Gonzalez looked in the Midwest League in the mid-90s.
I am surprised that Fairel has not gotten more attention on here.