The biggest concern about Fukudome is his durability. He missed the second half of the 2007 season with bone chips in his throwing elbow and has been bothered by other minor injuries in recent years. Fukudome played third base as a teenager on Japan's silver-medal winning 1996 Olympic team before taking his speed to the outfield. He has plenty of experience on the international stage. He also played for Japan's 2004 Olympic team and was one of the stars of Japan's World Baseball Classic squad, hitting a pinch-hit, two-run home run in the semifinals against Korea and a key two-run single against Cuba in the championship game.
I think he's wrong about the batting order spot, but otherwise pretty much spot-on.
That link also notes that the Cubs will have the #19 pick in the June draft, and also will choose 39th, a supplemental pick given for the signing of Jason Kendall by the Brewers.