Drafted in the 17th round (498th overall) by the Texas Rangers in 2015 out of St. Johns.
— St. John’s Baseball (@StJohnsBaseball) June 10, 2015
His numbers were OK in college, though from what I understand his defense was his calling card, committing only four errors in 334 chances, while also throwing out 26.5 percent of base stealers.
Despite the lack of eye popping offensive numbers in college, his stats in the minors are very nice. This season he is getting on base north of .400 and has some pop. Couple this with his excellent defense–and he seems like a prospect to me.
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