Myers could become this year's version of Tyler Chatwood, in that he is an incredible athletic and versatile player that could play almost anywhere on the field, if his value is higher as a positional prospect than it is as a pitcher. At this point in time scouts seem to prefer his upside as a power/power third baseman or possibly even as a catcher. He has very easy power as a right-handed hitter, as the ball jumps off his bat. He has strong hands and wrists that gives him good bat speed, and a trained eye that allows him to hit for a high average. His arm strength is a plus tool, and a big reason why he may get a chance to be developed behind the plate. He has a tall, projectable build that could allow him to get bigger and stronger over the next three to five years. On the mound he touches the mid-90s and shows pretty solid secondary offerings. He has committed to play for South Carolina.
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