Again, to demonstrate the Twins vs. other organization lets compare Michael Reed, a guy we picked up but traded away and LaMonte Wade's career.
Reed was a high school draft choice in 2011 while Wade was a college draft pick in 2015.
In 2011 Reed played in ROK league and had an OPS of .670.
In 2012, as a 19 year old, Reed played in ROK+ league and had an OPS of .638 but taste of A+ and AA.
In 2013 A ball, improved walk totals and had OPS of .785.
In 2014 A+ OPS of .774
In 2015 he started in AA played well with .801 OPS, moved to AAA .732 OPS in 148 pa, then got late season debut with the Brewers as a 22 year old (6 plate appearances in 7 games).
I get that Wade was an olderplayer but lets compare his journey.
2015 ROK/A .904 OPS
2016 A/A+ .841 OPS
2017 AA .805 OPS (this is a big leap for a Twins prospect)
2018 AA/AAA .739 OPS
While he was an older player than Reed, in his first four seasons in professional ball Wade completely outplayed Reed.Yet, the Brewers advanced a much younger player as quick or even quicker as the Twins advanced Wade, a college player.
In the end, Michael Reed's minor league movement compares to Max Kepler's but Kepler performance was much superior.