9. Matt Reynolds, SS, Mets

Yet another shortstop by trade, Matt Reynolds may be the most boringly consistent of any player on this list. Reynolds has never been flashy, and doesn’t truly excel in any facet of the game, but he is a solid all around infielder.

Reynolds has a good approach at the plate, and is able to hit for a high average. He lacks a lot of power potential, but does have enough gap power to make some impact.

In the field, Reynolds is once again nothing superb, but he does enough to get the job done on routine plays.

With both Rosario and Cecchini above him in the minor league depth chart, it appears likely Reynolds moves to second or third base in the long term.