Here are John's thoughts on Jose Campos, the newest Yankee pitching prospect:
Campos works at 92-95 MPH. He already throws quality strikes and scouts love his fastball, but his curveball and changeup are works in progress. If his secondary stuff develops properly, he can be at least a mid-rotation starter and possibly much more than that. He's at least two years away, but was remarkably successful given his lack of experience last summer. I am giving him a Grade B in the 2012 Baseball Prospect Book.
I suggest reading the comments section of John's article, as he hints that he may lower Montero's grade from an A. Some heated back and forth between John and a "scout" as well. Check it out.
Check out the rest of John's thoughts over at Minor League Ball.