Sean Reid-Foley
RHP, SANDALWOOD HS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Reid-Foley is one of several Florida arms who have a chance to go early come June. His fastball has late life and will sit 91-93 mph, occasionally getting up to 95. His breaking ball is inconsistent and there's some noticeable arm angle changes, but at its best it offers plus spin and late bite, and he has good feel for the pitch.

What keeps Reid-Foley below some of the other arms in the class, however, is a lack of a quality third pitch. He will occasionally throw a change, but there's noticeable arm speed difference and it's clear he's not comfortable throwing it yet. He pounds the strike zone from a clean arm action with minimal effort, so if the pitch improves he has a chance to be a No.3 starter, with a quality high-leverage bullpen arm as a floor.

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