Here’s a look at the top five Blue Jays prospects who were drafted by the club and are knocking on the door for major-league duty:Essentials: Tellez has been wowing coaches and scouts with tape-measure power from the left side since 2015. In Double-A last season, he hit a career-high 23 homers, finished second in the Eastern League in OBP and third in slugging. MLB readiness: Thought to be the closest since the spring, but the batting average and power numbers in Buffalo are a concern.
Even if he’s picked — the 40-round draft ends Wednesday — the 18-year-old is leaning toward spending the next three years at the University of Cincinnati. After a lot of research and conversations with his family, he feels that refining his already high-end skills and then re-entering the draft in his junior year could be the way to go. The draft is a big moment for both — they’re also Canadian junior teammates — but for Bremner, it also marks something of a crossroads.
Fans attending the Argonauts’ first pre-season game Thursday night at BMO Field against Montreal will notice a host of new names on the depth chart. One they can’t miss will be James Wilder Jr., partly because his six-foot-three, 232-pound frame is as chiseled as it can be, and partly because he’ll be playing multiple roles on both sides of the ball. Listed as a running back, Wilder is on the depth chart behind incumbent Brandon Whitaker.
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