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|Like Drew Vettleson before him, Pullin is a former switch-pitcher who became a prospect as a corner outfielder. Pullin doesn't have Vettleson's bat, but he's no slouch. He has a unique setup, in that his bat points back toward the backstop in his stance, but once everything gets going he shows good hitting mechanics and a smooth stroke that is in the hitting zone a long time. Pullin is an advanced hitter with some raw power potential, even though he's just 6 feet and 185 pounds. He's an average runner and has an average arm, so he's limited to a corner outfield spot and doesn't fit the typical profile. Pullin plays in a weak high school conference, so it was tough for teams to get a good look at him this spring. Scouts believe he wants to sign, but if he doesn't he'll head to Oregon.