Many consider Nick Frasso to be a project for the Blue Jays and like Palmer, he spent time in the rotation and the bullpen.
He spent time with the U.S. College National team and was starting to get some consideration as a early round pick before suffering some elbow tightnes. He can be a high-value pick for the Blue Jays if he can stay in the rotation which is where he was projected to play before his injury.
Frasso was also a basketball player and has been known to throw down some dunks once in a while, that athleticism certainly made him an attractive commodity for the Blue Jays.
Here is what MLB.com had to say about Frasso.
"Very thin with a herky jerky delivery, Frasso is athletic enough to repeat it consistently and throw a good amount of strikes, even if he’s not a pinpoint command guy. Had he been able to prove he could start, he would have likely made a jump up Draft boards. The injury clouded things further, though he was reportedly throwing and working his way back when the season stopped. Pro teams could still send him out as a starter, knowing that he’s very effective out of the bullpen as well. – MLB.com scouting report."
If he can remain healthy, Frasso has shown that he can hit 97 mph with his fastball and if he reaches his potential then he could be a real steal for the team in the fourth round.