Has a collapsing delivery that Orioles fans will see with Mike Gonzalez; these types of pitcher are real heavy on timing to keep command and control in synchronization and maintain efficiency in their approach to the plate. Curveball will have to become plus because the action and deceleration can be picked up by seasoned batters. Curve has nice rotation and drop off the table action that would make it an effective out pitch in the future with some refinements to mimic action of his other pitches. Has some exaggeration when throwing the curve that could place additional pressure on shoulder and elbows, which tie into control and command issues. Because he collapses away instead of downhill, he will need to emphasize the release point in order to maintain command. Two potential above-average offerings in 91-93 mph fastball and 77-79 mph curveball. Fastball could use some two-seam action; would allow him to be a future major league relief pitcher. Young age & could still grow: diet and training could give him a mid-90′s fastball and really shoot him up boards. Little deception.