I mean, basically I've used the counterargument to that whenever I've discusses Jeter - if he were actually a good, or even average, defensive SS, then I'd think he deserved the first-round induction he's going to receive. But given that his true defensive skills would fit much better at a COF position, I'd want to see first-ballot COF numbers to put him in that quickly. Or even first-ballot CF, which maybe he has.
I would vote for him on the first ballot because I think he belongs in. I also would vote for everyone I wanted to go in on their first ballots. I think the whole concept of "this guy isn't good enough, but 5 years from now he will be" is just ridiculous. But given the way that the voting does go in the real world, I think Jeter is far less Hall-worthy than a good number of guys who didn't go in on their first ballots, so I think it's silly that he will go in with a huge vote total.