Jake Cave, OF: New York Yankees
Cave is no stranger to the Rule 5 Draft after being taken by the Reds last year behind Tyler Goedel. He was ultimately returned to the Yankees organization after failing to break the Reds Opening Day roster.
A 23-year-old outfielder, Cave was a sixth round pick by the Yankees in 2011 out of high school in Virginia. He played 116 games between Double and Triple A in 2016, hitting a combined .268 with 114 hits, eight home runs, and 26 doubles.
Currently, Cave is listed as the Yankees 24th best prospect by MLB.com. His scouting report points to him not having one outstanding tool, but multiple very good ones. Teams like his ability to hit for average, while bringing speed and potentially some unlocked power.
If selected by the Phillies, Cave could potentially compete for the right field job in spring training. The competition is wide open with Roman Quinn and Aaron Altherr, so there is a possibility the Phillies hold onto him.