There's really no doubting the top two, but it's interesting to see he has Minor and Kimbrel so high. He must place an emphasis on being Major League-ready compared to still working out the kinks in the Minors. Mayo gives Bethancourt one of the highest rankings he has ever received, and this is what he had to say:
After a really solid United States debut in 2009, Bethancourt's full-season debut was a bit of a disappointment. The Panamanian backstop hit .251/.276/.331 with Rome, though he did throw out better than 39 percent of would-be basestealers. Still only 19, he's got all the tools to be a successful all-around catcher; he just needs to apply them more. Even if he has to repeat in Rome, he'll be young for his level.
He could really break out onto the national scene with a big year at the plate. He also lists some of his under-the-radar guys, as well as his picks for hitter and pitcher of the year.