It's not surprising that the draft is looking different than many mock boards due to the lack of 2020 data to go off of due to the lack of games to evaluate.
Elias is clearly not afraid to go with a guy with one plus plus tool (power) which is a bit surprising for the #2 overall pick. His hit tool is probably plus as well, but the K-BB ratio prior to his short junior year makes him a bit of question mark when he has to face professional pitching on a nightly basis.
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Yaz was in the minors for 6 years and a well known college player. I'd say he was evaluated by many baseball scouts and evaluators for many years. I don't think you'll find anyone who thought he was a swing change and philosophical change from being an impact player at the ML level. You didn't have him ranked in our top 30 prospects. What did you miss?
So if I understand your position, Elias bares no responsibility for quickly evaluating and getting rid of Yaz. So how long does Elias need to have a guy in his organization before he bares some responsibility?