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  • Class 7A-1A Top-10 Polls
    Updated on March 27th
    + 7A No. 1: Thompson (22-2)
    + 6A No. 1: Oxford (17-5)
    + 5A No. 1: Headland (14-2)
    + 4A No. 1: Bayside Academy (12-6)
    + 3A No. 1: Phil Campbell (13-5)
    + 2A No. 1: GW Long (13-4)
    + 1A No. 1: Appalachian (11-3)
  • Alabama Power 25
    Updated on March 27th
    + No. 1: Thompson (22-2)
    + No. 2: Central-Phenix City (17-5)
    + No. 3: Bob Jones (23-4)
    + No. 4: Spain Park (17-4)
    + No. 5: Tuscaloosa County (24-3)
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Connor Gehr

Gehr (Gulf Shores HS) continues to command a four-pitch arsenal that makes him a must-follow on the mound heading into his junior season this spring. Gehr showcases intriguing athleticism in his slim, projectable 6-foot-0, 160-pound frame that will carry much more strength in the future. After lining balls to both parts of the field and showing well in the defensive portion of the afternoon workout, Gehr was one of the first pitchers to hop on the mound and was equally as impressive, if not more. The uncommitted junior pumped his fastball to both sides of the plate at 85-87 mph (2300 rpm) while showing quality command for his secondary offerings, as well. Gehr featured a firm, tight slider at 76-79 mph (2600 rpm) with more horizontal break and a sharp breaking ball at 74-75 mph (2600 rpm) with more top-to-bottom break. The right-hander also displayed solid feel for a fading changeup at 79-80 mph that works well off his fastball using the same run/sink for both.

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