Small, wiry frame; not much growth left. This kid has enough heart to provide for an entire team; unfortunately due to size, the talent doesn't have as high a ceiling. That being said, the type of kid you want on your team for the little things.
Pitches, but no projection there.
INF/OF that projects better in CF/LF. Has an average arm, slightly above maybe for his size. Not much pop at the plate; patient hitter that can work a count, punch at the ball, etc; short stroke, quick to the ball; puts it in play. Plus bunter with good bat control.
Above average base runner that gets great reads; heads up on the base paths. Defensively solid, with a better than avg. glove. Best served in the OF; gets good reads.
Positive player with great attitude. Accepts his role and works hard to improve. Could provide depth off the bench at D3 level; good student, very coachable.
Not much NOT to like about this kid. Can play just about all positions, including a sidewinder on the mound. Small frame, but aggressive, feisty player. Type of kid you always want on your team because he can do just about anything for you. Best suited in a reserve role, but so valuable in a variety of ways: Above average on base paths, makes right reads and aggressive going 1st to 3rd. Slight above avg. defender who takes good routes to make up for lack of good speed. Can play OF, INF, pitch.
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