Five: Uncommitted 2021's

Brett Thorney
State Scouting Director

Ever since the AIA season shut down early, PBR put its focus on the players, highlighting & covering as many prospects as possible in some instances in whatever ways possible. One of those areas of focus has been Uncommitted 2021 grads as they seemed to take one of the biggest hits as far as recruiting. Many schools weren't able to get out on the recruiting trail for quite some time. Presently, DI schools are still shutdown from going out to recruit uncommitted players. Over the last several months, PBR Arizona has had a chance to hold a couple of events including our Top Prospect Games at the 2021, 2022, & 2023 grad classes as well as our Future Games. Our scouting staff also spent countless hours covering outside game & tournament action. We have had the chance to see many quality prospects during this time including players that been on the radar for sometime now as well as players that have just started to jump on scene. On Sunday, we had a chance to wrap up our Summer showcase schedule with our Arizona Summer Review. 

As we transition into the fall season, PBR recently came out with its 2021 National Rankings with some players from the state that made the list. PBR Arizona will be coming out with its 2021 state rankings this upcoming week. During the shutdown, players found themselves looking for ways not just to stay in shape, but also to get stronger and hone their skills for when they eventually got back on the field. The summer did look and feel a little different, but it took place nonetheless and the Prep Baseball Report staff was out in full force to see who could reap the benefits of the time off.

Today, we will be highlighting five players who remain uncommitted that schools will want to jump on in the near future:

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