I figure a new thread would be useful.
Quotes about each:1. Andrew McCutchen, of, Pirates
2. Jay Bruce, of, Reds
3. Chris Volstad, rhp, Marlins
4. Elvis Andrus, ss, Braves
5. Travis Wood, lhp, Reds
6. Beau Jones, lhp, Braves
7. Jose Tabata, of, Yankees
8. Sean West, lhp, Marlins
9. Ryan Tucker, rhp, Marlins
10. C.J. Henry, ss, Yankees
11. Austin Jackson, of, Yankees
12. Paul Kelly, ss, Twins
13. Aaron Thompson, lhp, Marlins
14. Ivan DeJesus, ss, Dodgers
15. Jon Egan, c, Red Sox
16. Jordan Schafer, of, Braves
17. Drew Thompson, 2b, Twins
18. Jeff Lyman, rhp, Braves
19. Miguel Sanfler, lhp, Dodgers
20. Emmanuel Garcia, ss, Mets
"With 6.5-second speed in the 60-yard dash and a powerful stride, Tabata led the GCL with 22 stolen bases"
"Though he still tends to give at-bats away, he had the best approach at the plate of the trio."
"Tabata is powerfully built and his home run potential will evolve with experience."CJ Henry
"He’s already 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds with tremendous speed, and he'll add legitimate power as he gets stronger and becomes more refined at the plate."
"His hitting ability is behind his other tools, but he generates outstanding bat speed and the ball jumps off his bat when he hits it solidly."
"Henry has outstanding feet and body control, as well as soft hands."
"There's some question whether he'll remain at shortstop because he has a hitch in his throwing action."I don't like Tabata being rated behind Andrus considering that he statistically had a better season, but I can dealAustin Jackson
"he’s the fastest of the three, with 6.4-second times in the 60-yard dash. He showed off his superior athleticism most on defense, where he was exceptional at running balls down in the gaps."
"His arm was strong and accurate, though it's not in the class of de la Rosas—possibly the strongest in the GCL."
"At 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds, Jackson is not as physical as Henry and didn't hit a home run, but he should grow into average power."
"He has a good swing path for his age but had the poorest approach to hitting among the Yankees' outfield prospects. "
"He chased a lot of breaking balls and had a tendency to drift at the plate."