Prep Baseball Report

THE FIVE: N. California Preseason All-State Outfielders

Ryan Ozella
N. California Area Scout

STOCKTON, CA - We've begun position analysis taking a look at standouts from each position in our series THE FIVE. Today we take a look at standout outfielders from the Northern California preseason event. These outfielders weren't the only standouts, but the staff collaborated and they made the strongest impressions. Earlier we posted a Quick Hits story with multiple early standouts from the day. We also previously released our stats leaderspitchers, and catchers.

Today we look to dig a little deeper into the six (yes, a bonus to THE FIVE!) outfielders who we feel have a chance to be standouts at the college level. Players are listed in no particular order. 

NOTE: Players are listed in no particular order. Position listed is the primary position players have listed in their profiles. Be sure to click on the player profile for full video from this event and any additional scouting notes from other viewings of the player. 

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Scouting Report


A very talented young player who showed above his age level talents again during the event. Competitive and athletic player who should be one of the top two-way 2022 players in Northern California. We look forward to seeing his continued growth.


1/27/19 - PBR N CA Preseason All-State - Medium frame with high waist and length in legs; proportional strength throughout with more growth in frame expected as he matures. Quick feet with loose hips allows him to move quickly (7.19 60-yd). Tall, narrow, slightly opened stance with high hands and high back elbow; controlled knee tuck allows him to gather and stay behind the baseball as hands work down with slight back. Swing works in sequence with slight uphill path allowing him to get quick bat through the zone with ease showing present gap power; aggressive hacks with full extension in swing and strong use of lower half (90 exit velo). Loose and controlled athleticism in outfield with strong ability to work behind and through the baseball; compact, quick arm showing life and ability to put ball on the bag with carry (83 MPH). A highly ranked 2022 with future 2-way potential that continues to impress in showings.

Solano-Sac Junior Future Games Trials CA 02/24 Vacaville Christian HS
SoCal Junior Future Games Trials CA 03/09 O'Malley Field - Harvard Westlake
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North Bay Junior Future Games Trials CA 04/28 Clyde P. Smith Field - Cardinal Newman HS
Northern California Future Games Trials CA 05/26 Islanders Field
Orange County Futures Games Trials CA 06/08 Hart Park - Orange CA


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