Puello's long been the guy I've felt should be a lot better than he is, and nothing's really changed for me here. He has good bat speed, he loads his hands nicely, his lower half is pretty quiet, and he just looks like a ballplayer. The swing isn't really that bad. I love where he starts his hands, and it should give his swing path a slight uppercut with moderate power, but he really foils that by collapsing his backside, which drops his hands and forces him to swing straight ahead. Furthermore, although he gets some nice hip rotation, I do wish he'd have a more efficient weight transfer. If he could just improve his pitch recognition and discipline, he could be a solid leadoff man without changing a thing, and a good hitter period with some swing alterations. And Puello's still young and at an advanced level for his age, but the simple fact of the matter is he's not much better than he was when he first popped up on radar screens.