According to Mock Draft Central, Soto is the 12th catcher coming off the board in an average draft. He has yet to match his huge rookie year of '08, and there's a chance he never will, but for all his struggles he has hit 17 homers in each of the last two years. In Soto's two down seasons, he simply didn't hit enough line drives, posting rates around 18 percent each year. In his two good seasons, that rate was 21 percent and 24.4 percent. Part of buying into Soto is a matter of faith that he can find that stroke again, and part is where he fits into the Cubs lineup. Without a ton of mashers on the North Side, Soto should be in a run-producing spot, a luxury among catchers, especially ones going this late. Don't forget, Soto is 29 years old, so he's theoretically in his prime years.