Jaylin Davis has been among the best performers in the Twins' system since his professional debut in 2016. He's really taking off in Pensacola this year, hitting .300/.369/.460 (.829) while providing value on the bases and in the field as well. He's positioning himself well for a potential midseason promotion to Triple A, and I'd love to see how his power translates with the juiced MLB ball, which is being used in Triple A for the first time this year.
One of the especially intriguing things about Davis as it relates to the rest of the talent currently in the org is that he's a right-handed hitting, typically lefty mashing outfielder. The guys you'd figure are in front of him in the pecking order are mostly left-handed hitters (Cave, Wade, Raley). Anyway, here's some video of Davis: