I took Gunnar here as I have been doing since #3. Just can't look past the upside of the hit, power, speed, and fielding tools. Yes, he made a lot of errors but from all reports i've read his range is what caused the errors. He will learn when to pocket the ball when he gets to almost impossible throws (hopefully). Also I liked what i seen with his approach and maturity in coming out of the massive slump in Aberdump. And he was still drawing walks like crazy throughout the slump.
Regardless of the order, I really do see the fact that there are arguments for placements this high for many prospects as a HUGE improvement. DL needs to get him a Jobu statue to avoid injuries.
I’ll pick Hall again and think he and Henderson are the next two, though I’m not confident Hall will be ahead of Henderson.
By the way, it’s nice to have an actual season to judge these prospects on, unlike last year where six weeks of early college ball, rumors about the alternate site and fall instructs were all we had to go on.