MLB's Jonathan Mayo: Twins had Top 2013 Draft Class
He did concede that it would be easy to pick the Pirates, who had 2 picks in the top 14 choices.
He thinks Ryan Eades could surprise, had great stuff for a top college team (LSU), but didn't quite produce.
Stewart Turner, could be a great defensive catcher. Read elsewhere, he's one of the best receivers in MiLB, for all you pitch framing lovers.
The guy I think could be special was also mentioned by Mayo, Brian Navaretto. a 6'4" 220 lb high school catcher with a big arm (1.80 pop time) and big power. Might take some time as he's pretty raw kid from Puerto Rico.
Stephen Gonsalves, is a raw 6'5" left hander...shows some potential for plus offerings in his curve and change, although, he threw his fastball 86% of the time his SR year.
I really liked Brian Gilbert and look for him to be a big move this year, possibly ending up at AA New Britain.
Here's a rundown/recap of the top of 2013 Draft in case you needed a refresher.
Mayo's Article here:
Also note that Jim Callis says...
"...Kohl Stewart, may have a higher ceiling than any 2013 draftee -- no team can match the Pirates. They got a pair of potential All-Stars at up-the-middle positions, and plenty of depth beyond them."