Yeah, and even the updated PCA writeups are...not effusive about his offense which only makes the system rankings more dynamic...McDaniel's:
Type: Glove-over-bat center fielder, but probably still a league-average hitter.
Crow-Armstrong became a known name early in his high school career in southern California and held serve, going 19th overall in 2020 to the Mets. During a disastrous, ill-fated deadline deal, the Mets shipped him to the Cubs straight up for Javier Baez on a rental while Crow-Armstrong was still recovering from shoulder surgery. He returned with some swing tweaks and performed well in 2022, hitting his way to High-A with 16 homers and 32 stolen bases.
He is a plus runner and at least a plus defender in center field, with 15-20 homer upside and solid feel to hit, but he can get too aggressive at times, which would undermine his contact and power potential. He's still young enough that he can dial things in, but his glove and simply putting the ball in play will likely make him a low-end starter at minimum.
Maybe the most interesting thing about the Wicks writeup is the 2022 velo is viewed as a bump in velocity. Sounds good, I don't have to speculate on whether he can. Alls I'm asking is 94 by 2024