Just some quick stuff for now, I'll have more later tonight once I'm off work. I just sort of grabbed stuff real quick for now:
Chris Archer, RHP:
Rated #3 in the Cubs system by Kevin Goldstein: "Perfect World Projection: He could be a good third starter with better stuff than results, or a late-inning reliever."
Rated #1 in the Cubs system and #9 in the Southern League by BaseballAmerica: "He projects as a frontline starter if he refines his command, and he easily has the stuff and poise to become a closer."
Robinson Chirinos, C:
Rated #12 in the Cubs system by Goldstein: "This converted infielder is improving defensively, and he can really hit."
Didn't make the BA Cubs Top 10. He moved from the middle infield to catcher in 2008.
Brandon Guyer, OF:
Rated #11 by Goldstein: "Despite his numbers, scouting reports on Guyer are far from glowing. His athleticism leaves him a bit short in center, and his power doesn't qualify well for a corner." Kind of a tweener but his numbers were great.
Rated #10 by BA: "He's aggressive in all phases of the game, which hurts him at the plate because he makes contact so easily that he doesn't draw many walks. He knows how to use his quickness on the bases, swiping 30 bags in 33 tries last year"
Hak-Ju Lee, SS:
Rated #5 by Goldstein: "Lee has all the tools to be a major-league shortstop. Offensively, he works the count effectively while utilizing a line-drive swing that leads to consistent contact rates." Short on power.
Rated #4 by BA: "Managers rated Lee the best defensive shortstop in the low Class A Midwest League in 2010. He has quick reactions, good range to both sides and a strong arm"