Jaime Schultz, the Rays' 14th-round pick in the First-Year Player Draft, has been used as a reliever at High Point University, with a fringe-plus fastball in short innings.
Scouts carried some concerns that he did not quite have the bulldog mentality to be a closer at the next level, with his confidence and aggressiveness seeming to wane at times. He has wide hips and broad shoulders despite his short, compact stature, and he is listed at 5-foot-10, 190 pounds. Scouts believe he has good raw stuff but must tap into the confidence to use it and become more of a pitcher than a thrower.
Schultz had Tommy John surgery on his right shoulder in 2010.
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