Not a member yet?
Subscribe Now!



Draft : : Prospect Scouting Reports
Draft Focus: Trevor Williams
Frankie Piliere        
Published: Friday, February 01, 2013

Every weekday leading up to the 2013 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.



Trevor Williams Perfect Game profile

Position:  RHP
Height:  6-3
Weight:  230
Bats/Throws:  R-R
Birthdate:  April 25, 1992
College:  Arizona State
Hometown:  San Diego, Calif.
Previously Drafted:  Never drafted
Projected Draft Round:  1-2


At the moment, Trevor Williams is the definition of a safe college pitcher. His track record at Arizona State is exceptional, he’s proven to be durable, and scouts feel they know exactly what they are getting. The only caveat to this is that Williams could still be better than he already is. That’s because there is a consistent knock on the big right-hander and that’s that he doesn’t miss bats. And, this is not just a case of missing enough bats - the strikeout truly is a minimal part of his game. As a sophomore, he struck out just 59 batters in 109 2/3 innings of work. It hasn’t hurt his level of effectiveness over two stellar college seasons, but when you look at his raw arsenal it is a little surprising.


This is PG 'College Baseball Ticket/Insider' Level content. You must be either an Insider, Premium, Scout, or College Baseball Ticket subscriber to read the rest. Want to read more???

Click here for subscription info!



(Already a member? Just log in at the top of the page.)


Keywords in this article
       Player Profile Page    Event Page