My personal thought is that Kemp & Kershaw is nice, but we'd need more. So today, I'm going to look at a few other players the twins could pursue if this rumor did hold any truth.
Dodgers: The Kemp & Kershaw deal is a good start, but I think the Twins need at least 1 more top-prospect in return, mainly because Kershaw is still very raw and although is probably the top pitching prospect heading into '08, he still has a lot to work on before he reaches the Majors.
Kershaw will likely begin the 2008 season in AA as a 20-year-old, which is still 3-4 years behind the average age of AA players. His dominating 12.02 K/9 IP in 2007 is something that should stand out. But his 17 walks in 24 innings isn't something to brag about. I will say that he does look like he has all the tools to become a potential #1-type starter, but he's still very young and still has (probably) 2 years before he'd help out the Twins.
Kemp is a potential 5-tool player and a great replacement if the Twins cannot retain Torii Hunter's services. I can see him batting anywhere between #1-5 with the Twins and with his combination of speed and power, he'll be a force in the AL Central. I think he'd fit right in with Grady Sizemore and Curtis Granderson as far as top CF in the AL Central are.
But who else? Well, the Dodgers are fortunate to be blessed with a pluthera of top-prospects in the majors and in the minors.