841 tear in the next two months and wound up leading NCAA Division I with nine triples. He has some of the best all-around tools in the system and has performed well at the Single-A and High-A levels during his first full pro season.Cole features plus raw power and speed and has double-plus arm strength. He has an affinity for launching balls in the air and while his pop mostly plays to his pull side, he can drive balls out to left-center field. He uses his quickness to steal bases and cover plenty of ground in center, where he has been a quality defender in pro ball after spending most of his college career in left field. The questions with Cole are whether he'll make enough contact against more advanced pitching and if he can solve southpaws to be more than a platoon player. His left-handed swing can get long and uphill at times and his approach borders on overly passive.
He draws walks and doesn't chase pitches out of the zone excessively yet takes a lot of called strikes and carries a 30 percent strikeout rate in his first full pro season.