If there is one thing that many scouts and analysts seem to agree on, it's the fact that Garcia's talent is primarily raw.
By this, I am inferring that he possesses the skill set to be an above average player in the MLB, but he may require some fine tuning and training.
Luckily, my man Juan Dominguez from PRO Rumors also discusses Garcia's work ethic in his most recent scouting report.
This is what he had to say about Garcia:
"He's always focused in the game, and he is a tough competitor. Even though his defense betrayed him several times this season, he was always on top of things. He also seemed like a hard worker, or at least that's the impression he left here in Venezuela. You could say, to quote some of the old scouts, that he has 'the good face.'"
Considering Garcia doesn't necessarily have the best fielding skills or discipline at the plate, a proper attitude would be essential to begin shaping the Cuban superstar into an MLB caliber player.
It seems that Garcia has the determination and willingness to better himself as a player, which will be the first step needed after he is signed by an MLB club.
If he remains willing to learn and work hard, there is no doubt that Garcia could be a major contributor to an MLB team as early as the 2012 season.