Draft 13 – Power Bats, Jonah Wesely, Clint Frazier, Kris Bryant, Eric Jagielo


Kris Bryant (San Diego) and D.J. Peterson (New Mexico) both currently play third base, but may be better off sliding across the diamond to first or moving to a corner outfield spot. Peterson is the better natural hitter of the two, whereas Bryant has immense power potential. Austin Wilson (Stanford) has been labelled a five-tool athlete since high school when he participated as a 2009 PG/Aflac All-American, but has yet to put all of the pieces together for him to enjoy success at a consistent level. Aaron Judge (Fresno State) has similar potential given his 6-foot-7, 230-pound frame, but is an x-factor given the lack of similarly sized sluggers that have enjoyed success. At the high school level the big power comes in the form of Zack Collins, Rowdy Tellez (Elk Grove HS, Calif.) and Justin Williams (Terrebonne HS, La.), all left-handed hitters that had no problem reaching the upper deck at the Metrodome during the 2012 National Showcase numerous times. While not as powerfully built, Clint Frazier (Loganville HS, Ga.) is tightly wound with a profile that has drawn comparisons to Mike Trout. Frazier too put on an impressive display of power at the Metrodome, with his shots coming in the form of line drives to left-center as a right handed hitter - http://www.perfectgame.org/Articles/View.aspx?article=7853

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