Not to mention he got better as the season went on, hitting .295/.360/.451 the last few months. Add in reports of a clear swing change and there's a lot of development that people can't see just on the surface stats alone. The power is blossoming, the speed is already there, and it's a given that he'll be able to stick at SS due to how good he is defensively. Hit tool is the main question mark as of now, with his aggressive approach and some swing and miss. As long as he cuts down the K's(which he did as the year went on), an aggressive approach is fine
I was able to nab him with the very last pick(5.16 overall) in my league's MILB draft. Flat 5 round draft every offseason, with close to, or normally above 100 prospects already on rosters prior to the start of said drafts.