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Bishop was noted for an impressive set of tools coming out of high school, but he made it to campus as scouts were concerned about his hit tool and approach at the plate. He struggled in his first two seasons with the Sun Devils, but significantly refined his approach at the plate in 2019 and cut his strikeout rate substantially through the first month of the season. He has a quick swing with now improved plate coverage and 70-grade raw power. He's an above-average athlete for his size and those who are most optimistic think he has a chance to stick in center field at the next level as an above-average runner with a solid arm, but the impact he's shown offensively as a junior has risen his stock substantially and catupaulted him into the top tier of college hitters in the 2019 class.