Trey Williams to the Cardinals: Video Highlights, Scouting Report and Analysis
Height/Weight: 6’1”/210 lbs
High School: Valencia HS (Calif.)
College Commitment: Pepperdine
Much like Lance McCullers, Williams comes from a family with big-league experience, as his father, Eddie, spent 10 seasons in the major leagues.
A right-handed hitter, Williams has plus raw power thanks his projectable frame and loose, quick wrists. There’s a fair amount of swing-and-miss to his game, and he tends to be overaggressive, but that’s something should improve with experience. He gets off his back side as well as any hitter in the 2012 draft class, and the ball really jumps off his bat.
At the hot corner, Williams is an agile defender who moves well laterally thanks to quick feet and an instinctual first step. While he showcases soft hands, his footwork and actions are rushed at times, which in turn limits his body control. Still, Williams has above-average arm strength and delivers crisp throws across the diamond.
Even as he develops physically, Williams tools should keep him on the left side of the infield, and he may even receive some looks in professional games in left field. However, he’s still incredibly raw and it’s likely he won’t be big league-ready by about the 2017 season.
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