Glennie does have the better combination of potential and readiness of all that are left except maybe Fraser. Hard to compare the goal numbers though when one is more of a goal scorer and the other a playmaker. Both players are a wash right now, IMO. I could see either one as better right now.
Then there's Smith who needs a season in the AHL, which Glennie has already had one. Arguably he should be one spot ahead since Eakin played 30 games last season and probably shouldn't even be considered a prospect anymore. The difference between the two is Eakin has a slightly lower ceiling while being slightly more NHL-ready.