Well ... since I had time to scan the boards this morning ... I sort of get what Kyle is ... questioning? ... here on Almora. Yes, Almora is touted as a solid defender, but keep in mind that this is an "instinct" judgment (ability to read/get jumps) rather than an assessment on tools (I don't recall any tools report saying he was a top shelf defensive tools guy ... good, yes, not great). Thus, I think it's valid to question until it's seen, as you would still prefer the elite defensive tools to work with.
Now, the flip side is, I forget who, but someone last year noted that his speed might've gotten better as he physically matured. If that's the case, that does greatly increase the probability of him becoming the top shelf defensive centerfielder at the next level, as his arm is certainly a good one.
Personally, I think Almora might be the type that is a very good defensive centerfielder in his early-mid-20's, but may see a decline earlier than others and be better off in a corner role by his late 20's. Nothing to base it on, other than loose body point assessment. At the end of the day, if his offense/approach develops enough, he'll get a look from the Cubs provided we haven't dealt for a long term solution in CF.