2. Stone Garrett
Garrett only had 76 ABs last season, but was still able to reach an extremely impressive .848 OPS with a 136 OPS+. Whether or not he can do that over a full season is obviously yet to be seen, but the potential is definitely there. I'm really hoping he impresses enough in spring training to make the starting outfield on opening day, as he could help fill the power hole within the Nats lineup. The sheer potential presented by Garrett aids him to the second spot in my rankings.