Originally Posted by mace
He's hitting .265 with a .740 OPS, which I'd say is very much holding his own for a 19-year-old in the Pioneer League--especially in his first professional season with any kind of extended action. He'll certainly move up in my rankings after this season.
I've been singing his praises all year.
Kid will be one we are talkiing about in a year or two like we are Soto and Torreyes now.
He is top 20 now on my list.
Power, speed, huge frame, makes adjustments. Plays RF with a big arm.
Him and Arias complete the 20 or below group of high ceiling talent the Reds have.