It would be funny if Haseley and Moniak take it up another notch in June, and even funnier if Randolph becomes a power hitter with good contact.
Or it ain't over until it's over.
Grullon is a good example, who thought he'd go to Lehigh and take a big jump over hitter friendly Reading?
At 20-21 at Clearwater, he looked like a backup catcher at best, and that was a stretch.
On the other hand, I think we can safely say that Cozens is a lost cause. Same with Walding.
Generally, late bloomers show something you can hang your hat on by 25-26.
Then there's Altherr, who's probably the biggest disappointment, looked like he was rounding into a .750.-.800 OPS OF with plus defense, then he imploded. Progress, unfortunately, can be hard to predict.