Moore is definitely ahead of where Hagelin is as a prospect right now, I don't think anyone is arguing to the contrary.
Not really sure how Moore was already better than Hagelin at the same age. If you're talking stats, Moore had 16 points in 33 games in his freshman year at 18. His sophomore (39gp, 23p) and junior (40gp, 23p) years when he was 19 and 20 were comparable to Hagelin's Freshman year (41gp, 22p) when Hagelin was 19. Michigan was perhaps the deepest team in the NCAA last year and Moore didn't have to overcome the obstacle of having to adjust to living in North America and having to go through the Kevin Quick controversy last season.
Now if we're not talking purely stats, Hagelin also brings speed to burn and a good defensive awareness... so he brings more than what you see on the scoresheet (not that Moore doesn't - just pointing that out). Anyone who throws out the "maybe he'll be a first liner, I heard he can skate pretty well," is obviously ignorant, but there are plenty of knowledgable people on this board who have seen him and aren't just throwing out second/third/forth (etc) hand info.
I'm not going to argue with people that say Moore is a better prospect than Hagelin... at this point in their careers he is, but I don't think people should jus ignore Hagelin's potential as a decent mid-level prospect.
All that being said, my vote in this spot goes to Moore. Add Baranka.
Well said, SPG.
Maybe for the next poll we should establish certain criteria for what makes a player a good prospect. Something like: 1) current skill 2) potential 3) likelihood of reaching potential etc... Some people vote based on sure-thing status, other seem to vote based on potential, yet others based on what the big club needs. It'd be nice to have set voting criteria.