Law had Boggs #73 in 2008 and said
Boggs could pitch in the majors right now as a reliever, although the Cardinals have been developing him as a starter due to his durable frame and ability to hold his stuff through 90-plus pitches. Boggs has a plus pitch in his 93-96 mph fastball and a future-plus pitch in his sharp downer breaking ball at 82-84 mph. His fastball command, especially to his glove side, needs work and may just result from a little herky-jerky movement early in his delivery. More troubling is that for some reason he has struggled to miss bats despite his solid stuff, which would portend a move to the bullpen long term unless he finds a way to finish hitters off.
Had he known the future of Boggs would be in the 'pen, I doubt he'd have ranked him as high, and I'd guess it's why Boggs dropped off Law's list in '09 even though technically Boggs was still a prospect. Law is typically reluctant to put a relief pitcher too high on his list, since good RH relief arms are kinda dime/dozen in the minors.
A 2013 or 2014 rotation of Waino-Miller-Garcia-Matias could be impressive.
Definitely, toss in Lynn or Jenkins if they pan out well, and I'd be pretty happy. If they all pan out. I always keep in mind a Joe Sheehan quote: " 'spectacular pitching prospect' is an oxymoron."
From Law today on sleeper prospects to watch for in 2011:
Right-hander Tyrell Jenkins was a three-sport star in high school who turned down a football scholarship to Baylor. He's an outstanding athlete who has hit 96 mph and has a chance for four pitches.