Wilson is slashing .347/.448/.653 to go with six homers and six steals across 118 plate appearances with Low-A Kane County.

After a respectable 2016 campaign split between short-season ball and Low-A, Wilson entered the current season as one of the better prospects in a barren Arizona farm system, but the 20-year-old was likely still well off the radar in dynasty formats. Wilson has since emerged as one of the top pop-up prospects in all of baseball in his second tour of Kane County, thanks in large part to a dramatic improvement in plate discipline coupled with major gains in power. The outfielder leads the Midwest League with a 1.101 OPS and ranks fourth in the minors in that category, likely putting him on track for a promotion to High-A Visalia before long.

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