The Minnesota Twins worked out short stop Carlos Correa, according to the Twins' MLB.com page. Correa, who has committed to the University of Miami, is considered a surefire Top 10 pick in this summer's draft.
According to Sports Illustrated:
Correa dazzled scouts at summer and fall showcases in 2011. He is a slick defender with smooth fielding actions and a powerful arm. He shows signs of becoming a unique hitter. During an October showcase, Correa, using a wood bat, drilled an opposite field home run directly down the right field line which, to quote a long ago Joe Garagiola description, "didn't get up, didn't get down...it just got out."
Correa, 6-4 and 190 pounds, could become the highest-drafted Puerto Rican high school player, according to MLB.com.
The "First-Year Player Draft" will take place June 4-6. The Twins draft No. 2 overall.
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