"Right now, I'm a catcher," Coulter said Saturday at Miller Park. "You have to talk to our [director of] player development, Reid Nichols, and see what they've got for me. But, I'm comfortable wherever they stick me. I just want to get to the big leagues."
"I hate to say back in high school, but back in high school I did play a little bit of third base and a little bit of outfield, so we'll see."
Coulter, a first-round Draft pick in 2012 out high school in Camas, Wash., was honored along with Jimmy Nelson at a pregame ceremony Saturday prior to the Brewers' game against the Reds. Nelson was called up from Triple-A Nashville in July, but was still named the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
Coulter, listed at 6-foot-3 and 222 pounds, is expected to participate in the Fall Instructional League.
"I'm going to the Instructional League as a catcher, but they did tell me that I will be probably be working at some other spots, maybe third base and outfield, but we'll see how it goes," he said. "So far, I'm a catcher."
If Coulter is shifted to another position, it wouldn't be the first time the Brewers moved a first-round catching prospect.
Brett Lawrie -- now a third baseman with Toronto who was traded by Milwaukee to the Blue Jays after the 2010 season for pitcher Shaun Marcum -- originally was drafted as a catcher in the first round by the Brewers, who moved him to second base.
Jim Hoehn is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.