No way. I don't get the dislike for Turner and Garver. They are good prospects. He is a good prospect, but I doubt he is likely as good add the other two. They have already been good against much better competition. Good pick, though.
Depends on the definition of "prospect" and each individual's criteria. I think that in terms of ceiling, it's Rortvedt and it's not particularly close. But I think that, at least to some degree, proximity to MLB is a factor too. I'd probably have Garver ahead of him for now, though by the end of the year, I'd guess Rortvedt would be higher.
Garver and Turner will (probably) be big leaguers... Rortvedt may never get to AA. Nature of Propsects and prospect lists.