The physical evaluation of Schultz is pretty easy. He's an enormous intimidating presence on the mound with a funky arm slot that makes hitters look foolish. He can spin it, has feel for a change and has a good chance for above avg command despite all those long levers he's a decent athlete. The questions with him start with the mental/toughness side. He didn't pitch last spring and no one really knows why. He did show up on day one of the summer and was ready to go and even had a couple outings in the fall where he threw 70-80 pitches. If he comes out this spring and continues that he's an easy 1st rounder and likely top half of the first rounder. If he comes out of the gate slow or his innings/outings are being managed by his agent (Boras) people will start to question how much he really wants it.