Joey Gallo is the definition of power, both from the plate and the mound.
His 442 foot home run in Petco Park in 2011 put him on the radar map of every MLB team. That combined with his 98 mph fastball makes him the most likely draftee to make quick work of the minors.
His incredible power does come with a lot of swings and misses, but that is something that can be learned with a more disciplined approach at the plate.
His versatility makes him the most intriguing prospect in the Rangers' draft class, if for no other reason than the fact that Texas can put him on either corner or on the mound and he will have success.
If Gallo can figure out how to approach his at-bats like a major leaguer, the Rangers could end up with one of the steals of the draft and a possible long-term solution at first a few years down the road.