Signed out of indie ball, the soon-to-be-27-year-old put up a solid line in relief for Pensacola.
Clearly the most talented of the group, he had an injury-shortened season that saw improvement in plate discipline.
Dominated in the California league, but his production dropped off significantly following a promotion to AA.
After his third year in AA, still has plenty of improvements to make, but his K-rate was once again excellent.
The lefty put together a solid season out of the pen for Bakersfield, but it's yet to be seen if he has the stuff for more advanced hitting.
Has done a great job of getting on base. If not for more power, would be a lot more promising of a prospect.
Nothing blows you away in the tools department, but he has consistently produced at every level.
His plate discipline is still atrocious, but he's still young for his level and produces promising power numbers.
A utility outfielder at best, the role still has value. Has shown good defense and an ability to make contact despite the down year.
Still has a ways to go in terms of throwing strikes, but he has an excellent K/9 year-in and year-out.
Has some tools to go along with a breakout year. His ability to hit for contact is in question, but 2014 was very encouraging.
His approach at the plate needs a lot of work, but the Reds really like him.