Tyler Wells is a right-handed starting pitcher who began 2017 at Class A affiliate Cedar Rapids.
Wells was drafted in the 15th round of the 2016 draft, after his junior year at Cal-State San Bernardino.
Looking at his college stats, he appears to have really developed from his freshman year to his junior year. For example, his BB:SO ratio went from 23:28 in 46 innings his first year, to 38:89 in 92 innings his third year.
However, he also says he learned a lot his first pro season at Elizabethton also.
Despite his 6' 8" height and size, which writer Tom Froemming described as "cap tilted low and just looks kinda ornery," Wells seems very coachable and down to earth. More at the Q & A with Seth Stohs here.