Buxton is arguably the best prospect in this draft. Buxton is the proverbial "five-tool player." He has great speed, athleticism, strength, fielding, coordination, and excels in every facet of the game. Simply put, he's a can't miss player and will almost assuredly be a stud for whatever team he winds up with after the draft.
On the offensive side of the ball, he has good power and the ability to hit doubles at will. He could hit for average as well, and he has quick hands that allow him to adjust once the pitch is coming. The only area of concern here is that since he's from a small town high school, he hasn't really seen elite pitching as much as other players have on a consistent basis, which could cause him to take longer to adjust once he gets to the pros.
On defense, Buxton really excels and where there will be no adjustment period. Buxton is capable of throwing runners out from almost anywhere, and he has been clocked as high as 93 mph on the gun when he pitches. While he won't be a major league pitcher, that type of arm strength will serve him well and get him a lot of outfield assists. He fields well too, and shouldn't have any problems at the next level.
Finally, Buxton is one of the fastest draft prospects you'll ever see. He almost never gets thrown out on the base path, and he has the speed to stretch singles into doubles, doubles into triples, etc. This speed will help him make up for misreads or errors in judgment in the outfield, and will get him a lot of infield hits. Buxton should be an elite base stealer in a few years, he's that fast.
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