There are a few hitting prospects in the lower levels with the chance to surprise, though. One example is left-handed hitter Reid Fronk, who is coming off a solid campaign in the South Atlantic League.
Fronk, drafted out of North Carolina in 2007, posted a line of .287/.398/.492, with 17 home runs, 83 RBIs and a .395 wOBA. He spent most of the season in left field--he was an infielder during college--but does not project to hit for enough power to remain at a corner outfield spot at the highest level. He is definitely a sleeper, and will need to continue to post solid numbers to keep rising. Still, his Sally League performance was impressive--14.7 BB% and 24.0 K%, 74 walks in 124 games.
Fronk is a name to keep an eye on.