Two SEC prospects square off
April, 27, 2013
By Keith Law | ESPN Insider
NASHVILLE -- Mississippi State right fielder Hunter Renfroe has had a breakout junior year after two mediocre seasons with the Bulldogs, hitting .410/.488/.827 coming into Friday night's game at Vanderbilt, leading all SEC hitters in OBP and in home runs with 14. His raw tools and performance both point to a likely top-20 selection, especially in a year that's very light on college bats, even with his lack of track record.
Renfroe can show you three plus tools on the field -- power, running speed, and throwing arm -- with the power more like a 70 on the 20-80 scouting scale, and the others grading out at 60.