Here is how I would distinguish those three: Reed is the best athlete of the three and one of the best in the entire organization, but he has struggled with strikeouts. Reed and Sappelt both have spectacular range in the outfield (can be electrifying). I might give a slight edge to Sappelt, though it is close. Sappelt has by far the weakest arm of the three and it probably would limit him to left field unless he improves it by a bunch. Fellhauer has the strongest. Both Reed and Sappelt are faster than Fellhauer. Fellhauer's speed is a bit overrated. He has average speed. Fellhauer is the most polished and has the best baseball instincts and while he is not as fast as the others, he is the best base runner. Fellhauer has no clear weakness; he has average tools and is a smart, hard-nosed player. Reed and Sappelt have better tools but have some holes. Sappelt had some huge baserunning blunders in 2009.