The former 2013 first round pick of the Reds Ervin has the look that could develop into a five-tool type player. In his first professional season, Ervin saw time with Rookie League Billings and Low-A Dayton, hitting .331 with nine home runs. He also stole 14 bases and was caught just once. Since then, Ervin has seen some adversity at each level with the batting average, but the power and the speed has remained. After finishing the 2015 season in Double-A, Ervin returned to Pensacola for the 2016 season.