7/01/21 2021 MLB Draft: After hitting .333/.369/.533 with three homers in 60 at-bats as a true freshman in 2020, the expectations were exceptionally high for this second-year freshman, who is draft-eligible by age in 2021. With a wiry, athletic frame at 6 feet, 170 pounds, Torres’ smooth-actioned defense sets him apart from most others in the college game. He’s light on his feet and shows elite hands on the dirt. With good body control he moves well for above-average-to-plus range and has plenty of arm strength with the carry to complete all the necessary plays. Overall, he is the rare college player who projects to remain at shortstop. In the box, the right-handed hitter sets up with a slightly open stance and a pull approach. With length to his swing, there is sneaky power to his pull-side when he gets the right pitch. However, with below average bat speed and an around-the-ball swing path, he has a hole inside that can be exploited. An oblique injury likely contributed to a slow start, and he finished at .289/.343/.533, though he'll need to show more patience at the plate, having only drawn 13 walks in 217 plate appearances.