Also of interest is that Law observed former Dodger Jose Peraza at SS and noted how polished he look at the position, especially for a player who has played 2B for over the past 2 years.
Keith Law, ESPNinsider.com (3/15/17)
The Dodgers took right-handed starter Mitch White in the second round of the 2016 MLB draft out of Santa Clara University, where he was a redshirt sophomore and had just completed his first season as a starting pitcher. White went with the 65th overall pick in that draft, but if teams redrafted today, he might go in the top five overall.
First-year area scout Tom Kunis, who’d previously worked as an assistant coach at several Division I programs, including eight years on the coaching staff at Stanford, drafted White. The Dodgers brass gave Kunis credit for identifying White early last spring as someone who might see his velocity improve as the season went on, which it did. White finished his 2016 spring touching the mid-90s, but now he’s sitting there and showing a better breaking ball as well.
The Dodgers obviously took it easy on him even though he wasn’t worked hard as an amateur. If this two-inning look was any indication of what he really is now that he’s completely healthy and working with pro coaches, the Dodgers might have landed the best college pitcher in the draft.
Dodgers Prospect Mitch White Could Be the 2016 Draft's Top Pitcher
Dustin Nosler, DodgersDigest.com (3/15/17)
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