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A team who takes Martin in the top 10 rounds is buying an impressive, plus run tool and hoping he can make strides with his offensive development. Currently the Florida State commits operates with a slap-and-run approach at the plate, but he has a carrying tool and a chance to turn into a solid defender in center field. There's some work that needs to be done defensively as well. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound lefthanded-hitting outfielder's routes aren't crisp, but there's nothing that's glaringly bad that his speed can't help make up for. If he does have to move to a corner outfield position, his value would fall tremendously given the amount of work that needs to be done with his bat and lack of power.