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Draft : : Prospect Scouting Reports
Draft Focus: Matt Chapman
Frankie Piliere        
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2014


Every weekday leading up to the 2014 MLB Draft, Perfect Game will be providing a scouting profile on a notable draft-eligible prospect.  Stay tuned to Perfect Game and be sure to visit the Draft Page for all of the latest info and reports pertaining to the draft.




Matt Chapman Perfect Game profile

Position:  3B/SS
Height:  6-2
Weight:  215
Bats/Throws:  R-R
Birthdate: April 28, 1993
College:  Cal State Fullerton
Hometown:  Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
Previously Drafted:  Never drafted
Projected Draft Round:  1S-3

More often than not when we talk about “toolsy” players in the draft, it’s a term applied to high school players with significant upside. But, sometimes there are elite college players who can be tagged with that moniker as well. These players don’t have to be five-tool players, but simply can have two very loud and noticeable tools. Two of Cal State Fullerton’s Matt Chapman’s tools stack up with just about any player in the country, and those particular tools make him one of the most fascinating college prospects in the nation headed into the June draft.


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