Well he was committed to Coastal Carolina, which has a very strong baseball program and a large population of, um, party-oriented women. Given that he wasn't taken until the 16th round I had no idea what the odds were. But presumably the Twins knew he wanted to go pro.
Ft. Myers has lots of party-orinted women too, unfortunately they are of retirement age. Of course they are quite the prize seeing as after getting through the GCL or E'ton, the players are penalized by having to pick from the Wisconsin groupies in Beloit. You'd think they'd be motivation enough for Sano to improve his defense and contact rate and get back to Florida.