LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers outfielder Jacob Scavuzzo was named to the 2015 Arizona Fall League top prospect team, as voted on by AFL managers and coaches, the league announced on Monday.
Scavuzzo hit .377/.389/.623 with four home runs and five doubles in 16 games, and ranked third in slugging percentage and at-bats per home run (17.25), mostly playing left field but also seeing time at first base. Scavuzzo played in the AFL Fall Stars Game, and won the National League portion of the Bowman Hitting Challenge in the AFL on Oct. 17.
He was the only Dodger AFL player to make the team.
The 21-year-old hit .286/.337/.500 with 18 home runs and 32 doubles in 119 games between Class-A Great Lakes and Class-A Rancho Cucamonga, including .308/.376/.568 with 13 home runs in 61 games with the Quakes.
Scavuzzo was rated by our David Hood as the 28th-best prospect in the Dodgers system heading into 2016. The Dodgers drafted Scavuzzo out of Villa Park High School in the 21st round in 2012.