10/17/2015 - 2015 Under Armour Showcase: Baseball Factory's Futures South Since we last saw Arnold in November 2014, he has trimmed over four tenths off his 60 yard dash (down from 7.26 to 6.81) and he has started to fill out his well-proportioned frame. His right-handed stroke is coordinated and features a short route to the ball. He maintains bat speed through the zone, allowing for hard contact back up the middle along with the ability to drive the ball to the pull side with a wood bat. Defensively, he spun his throws across the infield from a compact arm stroke and maintained control of his actions. His hands work well out front, and he shows good feel for creating proper angles to play routine balls. It seems a safe bet that he continues to grow and fill out, at which point he likely slides to 3B -- where he will probably fit better defensively. Overall, a talented all around player with vastly improved speed to go with a quality right-handed bat.