Couple quick comments on Bruno -
I absolutely love him. I was in the camp that wondered if he might've been a better shortstop than Chris Taylor (UVA's shortstop, same year as Bruno, went 2 rounds higher to the Mariners). It's easy to forget, but entering their sophomore year, Bruno was viewed as the Wahoos heir apparent at shortstop (to Tyler Cannon), with Chris Taylor slated for the OF. Bruno arguably had the higher pedigree, was arguably viewed as an equal athlete, and had the arm. Bruno got hurt early, Wahoos had a hole there, and Taylor was moved in. Taylor had an excellent sophomore year, became the "Hero of Irvine", and kept the job the next year (despite erratic shortstop play early in the year). Now, Taylor is viewed as a very solid defensive shortstop prospect (that has some ironing out to do). This isn't to say that Bruno would definitely have been solid at short, but I was in the camp that wondered. Athletically, he can handle most positions (I've always joked that UVA would be a great farm system for the Cubs considering the type of players they try to target ... really not many, big sluggish types), and he's a smart enough kid that I don't worry about him picking things up. That said, offensive question marks pretty much leave him as an up-the-middle option, barring a team that has a significant amount of power elsewhere.
As for power and approach, there's two schools of thoughts on Bruno. First, I think the bat speed is good enough for him to hit for a high average. His lack of walks is a bit questionable, as he doesn't project as a middle of the order bat. Is it a worrisome flaw? There are those that believed that Bruno can be a patient kid, but he was the best hitter on the UVA team and was largely told to swing away, and thus, I think when he got to pro ball, there was some adjustment to be made. You could probably live with the strikeout rate if it stayed flat, but I actually wonder, as he adjusts, if the K rate slides down a bit. Not that it means THAT much, as he was tearing up Boise, but his walk rate did increase by August. His junior year at UVA, he only walked 14 times in 238 AB's ... but he did walk 12 times in 98 AB's in 2010. It does feel like I'm trying to sell one view of him, which I apologize for, but as I am high on him, I do believe that he can be more patient. I can't for certain, but I do believe in the kid's ability to be a disciplined hitter at the plate (and as a fairly high pick, my guess is that Theo/Jed/McLeod probably believe in that as well).
The power is a bigger question mark. There's bat speed and some loft in his swing, but physically, he's just not going to be a big power guy. But ... does he have enough power? The SLG numbers at Boise and his junior year at UVA don't mean that much. Off the top, and since I followed him, I have actually never really gone and looked for a scouting report on Bruno, I think (if he develops) he can probably be a 10-12 HR hitter, maybe a tick more on a good year, a tick less on a down year. What I do wonder, though, is if the combination of bat speed and loft can help him generate a healthy amount of doubles. I was somewhat joking about the Pedoria comparison in-season, but I wouldn't be surprised if he had Mike Fontenot/Todd Walker-ish type pop in him, with potentially better contact ability.
I buy him, I buy him a heck of a lot, and that profile, at 2nd, would be a very solid player. Probably not a star, but a solid player. At catcher? If he could do that for a couple years, that would be a heck of a player. Still, for the above reasons, I have a tough time voting him that high. Maybe I'll revisit at 30 if he's still available, as I don't really love anyone there.