From Phil Rogers Chris Young article:
Williams knew Young's combination of speed and power made him a diamond in the rough. He didn't expect that he would be an emerging star at age 24.
Lilly didn't think Young could catch up to a high fastball, either. He was wrong, just as Williams was to trade Young.
His minor-league manager, Razor Shines, now the White Sox's third base coach, had said earlier in 2005 that he liked "everything about" Young. But Williams liked him less than he did Anderson, whom he had helped scout personally while he was at the University of Arizona, and he had admired Vazquez for years.
And something I missed. From Scot Gregor's Sept. 13 article: