I didn't even know about this guy (my bad), and we have had little discussion about him, but here's someone to keep an eye on, as he's caught Goldstein's eye:
Robert Bryson, RHP, Rookie-level Helena (Brewers)
In the final year of the draft-and-follow process, the Brewers were one of the busiest teams, including a $300,000 handout to Bryson, who they selected in the 31st round of the 2006 draft out of a Delaware high school. While it's early, Bryson has looked like a bargain so far, delivering a season high in innings (seven) and strikeouts (eight) on Friday night while giving up just two hits, lowering his Pioneer League ERA to 2.77 in 17 appearances. Bryson recorded the majority of his 70 strikeouts in just 52 innings on the strength of his fastball, which he throws hard (92-95 mph) and commands well (12 walks). He's a little on the small side, and he doesn't have a consistent second pitch, but he's just 19 years old, so there's plenty of room for patience.