Meyers came to Loyola Marymount with a lot of fanfare, not unlike the career of Greg Reynolds, who was the second overall pick out of Stanford a year ago. Meyers has the prototype size and stuff scouts look for. He is built tall and rangy, and he has the stuff to match when it is working for him: A mid-90s fastball at its best, and a solid breaking ball and changeup. However, he rarely has everything working for him in any given appearance, he can struggle with his command and his mechanics, and despite his stuff, he doesn't miss many bats. This spring will be huge for Meyers, just like it was for Reynolds a year ago, to see if he can start finding the overall consistency necessary to live up to his lofty expectations.
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