Most of his numbers (projected) are pedestrian, however, with, and if, his P1 gets near 100, we really need to know what he projects to with his velocity and groundball ratings. If those are high, he will be very effective (possible all star type).
When looking at pitchers, I try to look beyond what everyone else is looking at (splits, control mostly). In this game you will notice that certain groupings of numbers/ratings equate to high performance with enough experience and if you pay attention. What I like to call the trifecta when dealing with pitchers and staying away from what everyone else is looking at (splits and control, which are important, but with everyone looking at them they drive the value of the player correspondingly) are the velocity, groundball and P1 ratings. This is a group, that when paired together with high ratings, will perform in spite of lower splits and/or control. I have noticed that when this grouping is split, i.e., velocty95, groundball32 and P1-93, you have what is probably an average pitcher. When you get 95/97/93 out of that group, you are dealing with a guy that will have outstanding numbers.
Other groupings that are important are batting eye/power, speed/contact. There are more but if I went into it half the people reading this board will yell I don't know what I am talking about and give me their own opinions, and the other half will soon be looking at the same players I do, which wouldn't be conducive to continued prosperity.