Mathison cut his home runs in half as a sophomore despite hitting the ball harder because he pulled the ball 10%. As a result, his run production dipped a bit. His point-of-contact shifted further back, which hurt his contact quality but helped improve his swing decisions. He walked more while whiffing less. He's an average defender in the corners and could be an average regular if he gets back to the 55-grade power he showed as a freshman. It's a physical build with a quick left-handed swing, he looks the part of a corner hitter.