I would focus on pitching in the first round. We do very well with pitchers. Over multiple GMs, managers, scouting and development directors, the Phillies have failed almost totally in drafting and developing OFs. Worse, the top picks, with the exception of Burrell who wasn't truly an OF, have fared worse than the third round and later picks. Top LA $ no more successful. Is it something in the water? It is astonishing for an organization to have such a dreadful record with OFs. Bourn was the best and the development staff was far from enamored with him. It confounds me that the organization has been unable, for decades, to determine what they are doing wrong and fix it.
It is uncanny how much better the team has done with first round pitchers, both H.S. and college, compared to OFs.
Btw, I take your point on Ortiz, Haseley, and Moniak being passed, but you must have been wearing really rosy glasses if you had hope for I assume you meant Randolph. He was pretty much the same early bust as LGJ, except for the over-eating by LGJ. Randolph's flop may be on the development side: he had a good rookie season in GCL: downhill after his first FIL and full-season ball.