New York Mets prospect Champ Stuart isn’t the typical South Atlantic League prospect covered at ROTOscouting. Drafted in the 6th round (2013) out of tiny Brevard College in North Carolina, the Bahamian born Stuart’s advanced age (21) and slash line (.256/.341/.340) isn’t special. In the South Atlantic League, rosters are full of similar players from a statistical standpoint. However, dismissing the outfielder would be a scouting mistake. Stuart’s physical tools scream future Major League center fielder. Can Champ Stuart break out and develop into a viable center field candidate for the Mets?
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