From Scout.com and MILBInsider.com:
2. Neftali Feliz – RHP – Texas Rangers
7. Julio Teheran – RHP – Atlanta Braves
When healthy, Teheran has an electric 93-95 mph fastball, a late breaking plus curveball and solid changeup. He will overthrow, losing command of his arsenal, and is prone to the big inning when the command wavers. Experience will be a huge benefit to him as he matures within the game and learns to overcome obstacles.
16. Arodys Vizcaino - RHP - Atlanta Braves
The Braves acquired a potential future ace when they dealt right-hander Javier Vazquez to the Yankees last year, as Vizcaino has a world of potential in his right arm. With a fastball that sits comfortably at 92-93 mph and can reach 96, Vizcaino is already armed with one plus pitch. His best pitch, however, is a true hammer curveball that can be devastating and could be one of the best in all of baseball once he reaches his peak.
22. Zach Wheeler – RHP – San Francisco Giants
Sorry to bring up our old pal Neftali.
That's a satisfying ranking for Teheran. He's up with a bunch of AA guys and right behind the much ballyhooed Cuban Aroldis Chapman. I figured he and Vizcaino would be closer together since they have similar skills and a similar level.
Wheeler was the Paulding County, Ga. guy the Braves supposedly really wanted in the draft, but the Giants snapped him up.