I was told Eflin was a #4 at best and I was foolish projecting him as a 2/3.
Shows you what an idiot the last pitching coach was, "throw 4 seamers high", well, you tailor your coaching to the player.
Eflin has a 2 seamer that's as good as Nola's, but he's not as good at spotting 4 seamers, for him, it's a "show me" pitch.
But he's got a plus curve (except for one he hung) and an average slider.
The key for Eflin to take the next step is developing a plus changeup, he threw a couple that looked good, if he can master that pitch he can become a 1/2. Right now his curve is his off speed pitch, with the slider in the low to mid 80s, the change gives him something similar that tails away from LH hitters.