Nido is a favorite of mine after studying video and talking to scouts. He stands out in the most important categories as far as tools are concerned; arm strength, receiving, power at the plate. His pop times are above average, but during games he's shown a tendency to open his front side on throws. The hit tool needs work, too, and despite the raw power the swing is long anf his hands are busy. He's another Florida State commit and a Day 2 prospect, but he has a chance to end up among the top 5 prep catchers off the board.