From Baseball America...http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/dra ... ournament/
Still, Correa is the main attraction for scouts at the event, and he did not disappoint. In his first game, Correa went 2-for-3 with two home runs. The hitters are using metal bats and the first home run was a mammoth shot to left field, probably about 375 feet. The second home run came on a hanging curveball and was more of a line drive about 350 feet, also to left field.
"I feel great. That was a great game for me," Correa said. "I feel comfortable, I feel good, I feel healthy, so that's good. I dreamt it would be like this, so it's like a dream come true. I love it . . . It feels good to be in front of the scouts. There's a lot of scouts here in Puerto Rico coming from the USA, so it feels good that they came to see every Puerto Rican player."
Correa set lofty goals for himself coming into the Excellence Tournament.
"I was joking with my friend that I want to be in the 5-5 club in the tournament, with five home runs and five stolen bases," Correa said. "I was just joking and told him that and he said, 'Nah, you can't do that.' But we'll see. I've already got two, so we'll see how it goes. I've got four games left."
Bleacher Report has us taking Correa in their latest mock draft.