Wide setup, stiff; quiet load, moderate arm bar, has toned down high angle at launch; very limited rhythm, non-existent stride, rocks into limited weight transfer; compact stroke, able to generate some plane, get under balls in spite of it; shows advanced bat-to-ball skills, stays in the zone, patient at-bats, can get passive watching early strikes, notably low swing-and-miss, stays on R-R spin, quick to velocity, doesn't strike out a ton despite deep counts, doesn't exhibit platoon tendencies
Not a traditional power stroke, short swing path, shoulders generate force, solid-average raw, approach to all fields, looks to catch balls out front in hitters' counts, power plays to LCF alley; could see a swing overhaul adding playable power, there's plus raw in there.
Seven clocks averaging 4.43, body's not going to gain any spring for his step; not a base-clogger, but well below-average run utility
Fringy range and mobility, movements on the slower side; cautious defender, will wait on hops, struggles to find pop-ups in the wind
Slow release on force plays, accurate but hesitant to air out with velocity, babies the ball on covers
Mundell isn't a typical masher first-base prospect, but he is an all-bat one. He possesses better-than-average contact skills, especially impressive for a man of his size and profile, and advanced pitch recognition and zone command skills help the barrel skills play up all the more. His power is generated almost entirely by his strong upper-half, and he's able to hit up through balls with occasional loft despite not getting very deep at all into his back leg. He's slow and totes a fringy glove, and the road of a bat-first right-handed first baseman with average game power is about as narrow as they come. The hit tool and just passable-enough pop offers potential for a run in the big leagues down the line, however, and there's room for development of his power utility.