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Everett Williams (Photo: Aflac)

Biographical Data
Player Name:Everett Williams
School:McCallum HS (Texas)
School Type:High School
Academic Class:Senior
Weight:195 lbs.
Report Date(s):3/5/09
Game(s):Temple HS (Texas)

Focus Area
Hitting Ability:Williams swings the bat well, but he swings through the ball a lot. His strikeout rate is a bit of a concern. He tries to pull the ball too much.
Power:He can hit the ball out, but he's more of a gap hitter.
Running speed:He's not a burner, but he is a plus runner.
Base running:Can use his speed on the bases.
Arm strength:Has a below-average, maybe fringy-average at best, arm. It's good enough for center field.
Fielding:He's a good defender, reacts and tracks the ball well.
Range:He can go get the ball and uses his speed for plus range.
Physical Description:Williams is a small, but physically mature outfielder. He's well-built, slightly bow-legged and has basically looked the same since he started high school.
Medical Update:Healthy.
Strengths: Has a good -- if not spectucular -- skill set, highlighted by excellent speed and plus range in the outfield. He does have some polish to his game.
Weaknesses:The biggest question is if he'll hit enough.
Summary:Williams is a toolsy high school outfielder with some polish to his game. He's got excellent speed, but he's not a burner. He uses his speed well to play a good defensive center field and overall has enough skills to be an everyday guy at the next level. The one question, and it's a big one, is if he'll hit enough at the next level. Those who think he will might take a chance in June; those who aren't sure won't be as enamored because he doesn't have that blazing speed.