I went with Henderson as I think Hall's injury knocked him down a spot or two.
I will say that this is the first time in several years that I've remained happy through this spot in the top 5. The system looks to be pretty flush with talent. I don't miss the years where a guy like Hayden Penn was in the top 10 somewhere and it was kind of an eye-roll.
If it did come off negative, it wasn't my intention. I like Cowser overall, just don't think he'll profile in center field regularly, especially as he grows into his 6-3 frame. I do think he can end up with 15-20 home run power and maybe a bit more because of playing Camden Yards and Yankees stadium 8 times a year (if unbalance schedule sticks).
What seems negative?
I'm fine with the lack of power if he can be a high average/high on base percentage guy. Great command of the strike zone, can take a walk. I'm not sure if he'd ever be a leadoff guy but if he can get his on base percentage in that .380-.400 range, that's valuable. Or he could make a very potent 1-2 punch with Mullins at some point, unless it's some sort of baseball sin to have two lefties back to back at the top of the order.
IMO, there's room for a high average/high on base guy in today's game. Is someone going to tell me that Tony Gwynn or Ichiro wouldn't be as regarded in the MLB today? Not that Cowser is the next Gwynn or Ichiro but the obsession with power is a bit much today.