Well yes, he pitched 15 injured innings before getting shut down. He also hasn't been at full strength since before the Nationals drafted him. Sure his theoretical ceiling is very high, but if he manages to stay healthy and be the pitcher we all want him to be coming off of shoulder surgery best case he's in Potomac at 23 years old next year. We've never seen him at close to his best, so I have to push him down the list a bit.
Also has college ball under his belt.
Giolito couldn't get out of high school without needing TJS.