Colorado Insider: Underrated 2015 Outfielders




John Cackowski
State Director, Colorado

Recently PBR Colorado put out its first 2015 and 2016 player rankings. With any list that has to deal with rankings there will always be discussion and opinion. In our 2015 list we ranked out to 35, and in our 2016 list we ranked out to 40. We will be expanding both of these lists to 50, 75, and 100 as we get a chance to see more players in events and games. Below is a list of some 2015 outfielders who could move up in our rankings.

Michael Tait: Columbine High School
5-foot-10 170lbs. Above average outfielder with room to grow as he continues to gain experience at this level. Nice range into the gaps and an above average arm.  His arm strength and angles improved this summer and will have him playing at a high level come next spring.  Excellent plate presence, willing to go the other way with comfort, good opposite field power, with ability to hit home run the opposite way as we saw him do in the District playoffs last spring. A threat to steal once on base, steals third base very well.

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