Posted by Mack Ade at 8:00 AM
Fueled By Sports scouting report on OF Kyle Lewis –
Lewis has seen his stock go from undrafted out of high school to a top five prospect in just three years. His best tool is by far is raw power and his ability to use all fields with his effortless swinging and sound approach. Lewis is an above average defender that takes solid routes and has excellent range with his speed. He also has a plus potential arm. It looks like Lewis will end up at one of the corner outfield spots instead of center field.
Fangraphs also chimed in on Mr. Lewis –
After a breakthrough summer in the Cape Cod League, Mercer outfielder Kyle Lewis entered the spring as a potential first-round pick and has managed to dramatically improve his stock over the course of the season. He’s among the country’s leading hitters with a .411/.545/.729 line, 17 homers and 61 walks against 43 strikeouts at the time of this publication, numbers that helped him win the Southern Conference Player of the Year Award for the second straight season. With elite performance to back up five-tool promise and one of the best swings in the class, he’s in the conversation to be one of the first five players off the draft board.