At Baseball Prospectus, Kevin Goldstein wrote about the prospects going to Hawaii and had this to say about the young Metsies:
Greg Veloz, Honolulu (Mets). Athletic and raw, the 20-year-old Dominican shows gap power and plus speed, but he's prone to chasing pitches and can be sloppy on defense.
Ruben Tejada, Honolulu (Mets). Overmatched in the Florida State League this year as an 18-year-old, the Panamanian Tejeda doesn't have a ton of tools, but he shows outstanding defensive fundamentals, as well as solid pitch recognition and a feel for contact.
Junior Guerra, RHP, Honolulu (Mets). He pitched at four levels during the season, allowing just 15 hits in 34 innings while striking out 41. Short and stocky, Guerra has plus velocity, a developing breaking ball, and good command, leaving some to see him as a bit of a sleeper.