A decent comp for Wells could be Tommy Milone.. https://baseballsavant.mlb.com/savant-player/tommy-milone-543548?stats=statcast-r-pitching-mlb
Wells doesn't have the changeup that Milone has, but I think his breaking ball is better.
Really nice guy to have in the system. If his velocity ticks up, you're looking at a Means-like upside.
As I mentioned in the Wells thread, I'd move Wells down if it were my list. Rom is a guy who fits well about here though, IMO. Could be a fringy prospect that's highly dependent on pitchability, or a guy with a little velocity becomes a higher-rated guy.
Can't argue with this guy's production. That said, I'd ding him more on velocity than his production would suggest. I just feel like he'll have to be great just to be good, and I really question whether he'll stick. He wouldn't be in my personal top 25 most likely, but I do understand why he's here.
Just voting the way Frobby tells me to at this point, but I do love that 4 of these guys are somehow not in the top 20, and that there's several other interesting guys even beyond the 6 listed in this poll.
Depth is becoming deep depth.
Hanifee and Hernaiz were the next two on last year’s list, and there’s no reason Hall or Hernaiz would have jumped Hanifee, as none of them played this year. So that leaves Hanifee-Smith or Smith-Bradish. I voted too quickly for the former before realizing Smith-Bradish was an option. Based on the glowing things Matt Blood and others said about Bradish at the alternate training site, as well as the generally good reviews on Smith when we acquired him, I’m guessing these two both jump Hanifee. So Smith-Bradish is my choice despite my premature vote for Hanifee-Smith.