Colorado Year In Review: 3rd Most Viewed Profile in 2015

By John Cackowski 
State Director

We're looking back at the Top 15 most viewed profiles on our website from the year of 2015. Our 3rd most viewed profile in 2015 was 2015 Graduate OF Greg Pickett of Legend High School  with 1362 total views. In 2015 Pickett was considered one of the top left-handed power hitters in the country coming out of high school. Pickett committed to Mississippi State, and was drafted in the 8th round by the Philadelphia Phillies which he would go on and eventually sign a contract with. Below is a past look at Pickett's profile.

No. 2 ranked 2015 and No. 26 overall, currently committed to Mississippi State. 6-foot-4, 215 pounds. Big body, thick athletic frame/build.  Physical specimen that can continue to add strength at the next level.  Plays right field with good instincts.  Has a strong arm which he flashed in infield, firing the ball on a line with carry on a one hopper to the catcher.  At the plate, he is an intimidating hitter.  Slightly open stance, hits from the left side. Short load, with quick hands.  Has a smooth, long finish driving through the ball.  Great hip explosion on contact displayed on a 3-2 count bomb that carried over the centerfield wall on a line.  Shows patience at the plate.  Doesn’t leak front-side on off-speed, keeps his hands in the hitting position.  Good projection for the next level, will be a player to watch at Mississippi State.  Greg went 1-5 with 1RBI

Currently ranked No. 3 in the 2015 class and is a Mississippi Commit. 6-foot-4, 215 pounds. Pickett is really starting to come on this season. The big left handed hitter showed opposite field power driving a home run to left center field. Shows advanced bat speed at the plate and you cannot ignore his presence. One of the top left-handed hitting prospects in the country. After a slow start to the season in his last 5 games he has hit 4 homeruns, has 11 RBI's, and has 3 doubles. On the year he is hitting .452.

Pickett is starting to move up the charts in rankings across the country. The highly projectable big 6-4, 215 LB left handed hitter brings explosive bat speed through the zone, and that was evident in a home run he hit against Highlands Ranch last April which traveled over 450 ft. On the summer circuit Pickett has been making a good name for himself with his explosive bat speed and strong arm.

Pickett made a name for himself this summer, showing his ability with the bat in a few stops across the country. He has a large frame at 6-foot-4, 215 pounds and explosive bat speed through the zone. His strength, bat speed and leveraging swing give him excellent raw power. He is committed to Mississippi State.

10/24/14 (Jupiter)
Few left-handed hitters in the 2015 class has drawn a bigger buzz than OF/1B Greg Pickett (Legend HS, CO), a 6-foot-4, 220-pound Mississippi State recruit. Pickett, who hits cleanup for Chandler World, has shown big left-handed power over the summer and fall. Against the Chicago Scouts Association, Pickett went 1-for-4 with a single.