Meadows And Frazier Both Have Premium Tools
As toolsy high school outfielders from high schools in the same town, Austin Meadows and Clint Frazier will always be linked. They entered the year as the top two high school players in the country on Baseball America's Top 100 list. Meadows, from Grayson High in Loganville, Ga., ranked No. 1 and Frazier, from Loganville (Ga.) High, ranked No. 2. I spoke to an American League scouting director, a National League crosschecker and an American League area scout to break down the two players and compare their tools, side-by-side. Here is what they had to say . . .
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