San Francisco Giants: Breaking down how the top 10 prospects are doing down on the farm

By Danny Vietti
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May 3, 2015; Nassau, Bahamas; General view of the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

SS Lucius Fox

The Bahamas-native Fox did attend high school in Florida, but would return to the Bahamas shortly after. As a result, a bidding war for the 18-year old switch hitting shortstop was won by the Giants in this past July with an offer of $6 million.

Fox is considered by many to be a five-tool player, and he may be the best prospect of his class. Although he is listed as a shortstop, some say he may move to centerfield due to his incredible speed and baseball knowledge.

This signing may turn out to set the Giants up for a bright future as Fox is only 18-years old, but he is incredibly talented, mature, and is a fantastic athlete. Expect Fox to make his way up through the farm system quickly.

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