Dante Bichette Jr. has one of the most powerful swings in the 2011 high-school class.
Only 11 players in Major League history have achieved the monumental feat of hitting four home runs in a single-game.
Only five have managed to do it since 1977 and the most recent player, Carlos Delgado, achieved the feat back in 2003.
So it's not very likely that any player from the 2011 draft class will ever bash four long-balls in one contest, but just for the sake of fun and ridiculousness, if I was forced to pick a guy who I think could do it I would have to go with high-schooler Dante Bichette Jr.
The high-school phenom, who should be drafted in the first three rounds, shot to super-stardom during his team's run to the Little League World Series in 2005. Now a high-school senior, Bichette has turned his Orangewood Christian (FL) home-field into a launching pad for numerous monstrous home runs.
I'm not kidding when I tell you Bichette's power is sick. Obviously, he comes from good stock, as his father Dante Sr. played in the Majors for 14 years and finished with 274 home runs.
But Junior takes it to a whole new level.
His dad tricked out a "warehouse" for him, complete with indoor batting cages, multiple pitching machines, including one that simulates breaking pitches, and a range of exercise equipment.
That, combined with his natural raw ability, has allowed him to develop into one of the top hitters in Florida, and one of the top hitters in the country.
Why is he a fit to have a shot at four homers in one game, you ask?
Because he's always had a flair for the dramatic. He was a star at Williamsport as a kid, with teenage girls reportedly stalking him and he's done a good job of producing highlights at a steady pace since then.
Four homers in one game would make a heck of a highlight.
Just as a side-note, the player I tabbed last year, Hunter Morris from Auburn, a fourth-round pick by Milwaukee has five home runs in 45 games so far this season, after hitting nine last year in 71 games.