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Jac Caglianone
Ht/Wt: 6' 5"/245 lbs
Position: 1B/LHP
Team: Florida

Jac Caglianone - Prospect Profile

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - March 18th: "On the mound, he has posted a 1.77 ERA through four starts and 20.1 innings with 34 strikeouts and 13 walks while making a low-80s changeup a more prominent part of his arsenal. As a hitter, Caglianone has slashed .415/.489/.683 with seven home runs and most importantly has upped his walk rate and cut his strikeout rate."

Joe Doyle - Future Star Series - March 18th: "Caglianone is possibly the most decorated and talented two-way player college baseball has seen in a very long time. Offensively he possesses immense hand and bat speed allowing the 6-foot-5-inch lefty to get into double-plus raw power."

MLB.com - March 8th: "A 6-foot-5 physical beast, Caglianone has top of the class left-handed raw power, and he gets to it, as evidenced by his Division I-leading 33 home runs in 2023. He’s very aggressive in the box and there is concern about his tendency to chase pitches out of the zone (44 percent chase rate last year), but he doesn’t strike out a lot and makes a lot of hard contact. "

Keith Law - The Athletic - March 7th: "He’s been more power than hit in his college career, with more than three times as many strikeouts as walks last year, although that is likely to improve somewhat when he’s only focusing on one thing rather than trying to hit and pitch."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - February 23rd: "Caglianone is the tools unicorn of this class, a video game create-a-player run amok. He has shown triple-digit velocity from the left side on the mound along with a plus slider and traits to start, and top-of-the-scale 80-grade raw power from the left side at the plate that shows up in games."

Aram Leighton - Just Baseball - February 15th: "A rare athlete, Caglianone possesses plus plus power at the plate (113 MPH 90th% exit velocity) and a fastball that reaches the upper 90s. The 6-foot-5 southpaw is a legitimate two-way talent with star upside, but there’s plenty of risk both on the mound and at the plate as well."

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