Jeffers is the only player on the list I might quibble about.The order seems way out of whack to me, though.I'd go:
1.Buxton--if this guy ever stays healthy and plays up to his ability, he is a potential MVP and a definite game changer.
2.Sano--prodigious power and the future DH once Cruz retires.
3.Berrios--only pitcher with close to ACE stuff.
4.Cruz--I think his presence and Baldelli's led to the Twins turnaround last year.
5.Kepler--good contract, huge upside, good defense
6.Garver--good upside, made big strides last year defensively, great power
7.Lewis--great potential, future SS
8.Polanco--unlikely to get better, good offensively, bad defense and should be moved to 2B, great contract
9.Rogers--anchors the BP
10.Odorizzi--solid #3 SP
11.Pineda--could be the #2 SP
12.Rosario--would be higher if he used his head more in LF and on the bases
13.Graterol--electric stuff but hasn't translated to success in the MLB yet
14.Kirilloff--looks like a future solid contributor
17.Arraez--looks like a good hitter but awful defensively and very little power
18.Dhuran--hope his stuff translates to MLB
20.Jeffers--hope he proves out (I'd put Gordon or Raley here)