13. Billy Hamilton, ss, Reds
16. Yorman Rodriguez, of, Reds
20. Daniel Tuttle, rhp, Reds

http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...09/268909.html

I thought Yorman would be in the five to ten range.

They describe Billy Hamilton as being a 70 runner on the 20-80 scale and having plus range and a plus throwing arm. He led GCL shortstops with a .955 fielding percentage. A natural righthander but is working on switch-hitting.

Yorman - Five-tool outfielder, plus-plus speed. Great range, glides to the ball, an above-average and accurate arm. Great bat tools but still raw.

Tuttle - Survived a car accident that nearly killed him when he was 12. Threw 90-93 and touched 97 in HS but sit at 89-91 and peaked at 94 with good armside run during his pro debut. Mixes in a curveball and changeup both of which need refinement.