Second report from Under Armour game 

August, 8, 2009
Here's my second report from the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game, played Saturday at Wrigley Field in Chicago. For my first report, click here.

• Outfielder Trey Griffin of Stockbridge, Ga., is the half-brother of 2008 second-round pick Xavier Avery, who currently is hitting .262/.313/.353 (batting average/on-base percentage/slugging percentage) as a 19-year-old in Low-A. Griffin is a five-tool player with more power potential than Avery. He glides a bit early onto his front foot but generates great bat speed in a short amount of time with strong follow-through. He showed an above-average arm in right and should have plenty of range there, with enough speed that he might be capable of handling center.

• Shortstop/third baseman Yordy Cabrera of Lakeland, Fla., already has above-average raw power due to his strength and his swing, which is both hard and built to drive the ball out to right-center (his pull side). He likes to get his arms extended and tends to dip his back shoulder too much, so I could see him striking out quite a bit in pro ball. But he's got the bat speed and swing to hit for average and power, and plenty of arm and athleticism to handle third base. He also pitches for his high school team but didn't take the mound in Saturday's game.