Point three is not even true. Tickets on the secondary market are the lowest I’ve ever seen them in the past 20 years. It costs a family of four more to take them to see Frozen II than it does to see the Lions/Redskins.
Torkelson has a better approach and better raw power. There is more risk though, with him not being exposed to nearly the pitching quality Mountcastle has been. They grade out similarly as prospects, basically Torkelson is higher ceiling, higher risk. I don't think you draft at all based on what you have in your system, at least in the first few rounds.