Calhoun played infield and outfield in 2015 for Yavapai, but the Dodgers listed him as a second baseman.
He transferred from the University of Arizona in December so he could be eligible for the 2015 draft. He was drafted out of Benicia (Calif.) High School in the 17th round in 2013 by the Rays, but did not sign.
Calhoun, listed at 5'8, 187 pounds. The left-handed batter hit .432/.520/.952 with 31 home runs and 23 doubles in 63 games for Yavapai in what apparently was the most offensive-friendly environment in history. He hit .247/.345/.301 with no home runs in 174 plate appearances as a freshman with Arizona in 2014.
Calhoun can definitely swing the bat, even gaining praise from Arizona head coach Andy Lopez while scuffling a bit as a freshman there. He has good bat speed from the left side of the plate and plenty of strength with a pull approach. He's not all or nothing, though, showing an ability to make adjustments and consistent hard contact with a pretty solid approach. Scouts don't give him much chance to play third, but he has played some left field, and that might be the best home for him long-term.