Stanfield was intriguing out of high school because of his athleticism. He started out strong in his freshman year then tailed off at the end. He played left at Auburn, then got time in center field on the Cape which is where I think he could play at the next level. His bat-to-ball skills are rough and he struggles with getting the ball on a line and/or in the air. His decisions are below-average, but he's walked a bit because of the patient approach. He's sophomore eligible and could be a solid mid-round type. I'm a fan of the physical traits and think the skills aren't too far off but he'll have to show it this spring.