You can also get a scouting report on Cole at BP but you'll need a subscription to see anything else. Encouraging to see an outsider rank 4 guys as 5-star talents.
System in 20 Words or Less: The team continues to add high-ceiling pitching talent, but they’re still lacking in depth.
1. Gerrit Cole, RHP
2. Jameson Taillon, RHP
3. Luis Heredia, RHP
4. Josh Bell, OF
5. Starling Marte, OF
6. Robbie Grossman, OF
7. Stetson Allie, RHP
8. Kyle McPherson, RHP
9. Colton Cain, LHP
10. Tony Sanchez, C
11. Bryan Morris, RHP
12. Jeff Locke, LHP: This southpaw has good command of an average three-pitch mix. He could fit the fourth- or fifth-starter profile.
13. Clay Holmes, RHP: This right-hander has a classic power-pitcher frame and the chance to move up this list as he develops.
14. Nick Kingham, RHP: Kingham has a big body and fills up the strike zone, but reviews of his raw stuff aren't as impressive as his numbers.
15. Rudy Owens, LHP: Owens’ lack of velocity caught up to him at Triple-A. He will need to make adjustments.
16. Zack Von Rosenberg, RHP: Scouts still see promise in his frame and arm strength, but his growth has been slow.
17. Alen Hanson, 2B: This young infielder has speed and an idea at the plate.
18. Justin Wilson, LHP: His ceiling is as a fifth starter starter, but he's ready now.
19. Gorkys Hernandez, OF: His speed and outstanding glove should at least make him a bench outfielder.
20. Gustavo Nunez, SS: This Rule 5 pick has speed and defensive chops, but will he hit?