Prep Baseball Report

PBR All Colorado Team: Outfielders

By John Cackowski
State Director

PBR Colorado will be presenting the the PBR All-Colorado Team over the course of the next week. Players chosen for the PBR All-Colorado Team are players that not only performed well during the season, helped their team have success on the field, but also were seen in front of the PBR Colorado scouting staff in the form of a past PBR Colorado events or a game. We kick off the PBR All-Colorado team with the Outfield.

Wyatt Featherston, OF, Green Mountain, 2016

This is the 2nd time Featherston has made the PBR All-Colorado Team. One of the most athletic outfielders in Colorado the last four years, Featherston saved his best for last hitting .472 with 12 homeruns and 29 RBI's while also stealing 14 bases. Bats and throws right. Has slight open athletic stance. Has a ton's of leg drive. He did not have a good day at the plate but Brown shut down the entire team. Was PBR All-Colorado as a sophomore. Ran a 4.2 home to first on ground ball to 3rd. Shows confidence, swag, and advanced skill in the outfield. Cut off ball in left center that should have been a double and threw runner out at second.  Has started since freshman year. A Western Kentucky commit,  Featherston was drafted in the 34th Round by the Colorado Rockies.

Quin Cotton, OF, Regis Jesuit, 2016

This is the 2nd time Cotton has made the PBR All-Colorado Team. Another one of the top outfielders in our state the last 4 years. Cotton started 3 years at Regis Jesuit. Was one of the toughest outs in the state this year hitting .514 with 8 doubles, 4 triples, and 3 homeruns. Has above average bat speed registering 101 mph bat speed at the Super 60.  A 5-foot-11 bulked up his senior year. Ran a 7 flat laser timed 60 at the Super 60, but we once had at 6.8 his junior year. Displays quick hands and level path through the ball. Also showcases a good arm at 85 mph from the outfield. A Grand Canyon commit, Cotton was drafted in the 38th round by the Colorado Rockies.

Jeremy Onken, OF/RHP, Pine Creek, 2018

Onken tore up 5A at the plate hitting .538 on the season while leading 5A with 36 RBI's and hitting 8 homeruns. Onken was also the Eagles top pitcher going 5-0. In 33 innings he struck out 45 batters and posted a 1.91 E.R.A. A 6-foot-2, 190-pound right hand hitter. At the plate he hits from a balanced stance with a slight bat wrap on his load.  He fires his hands and hips through the zone and registered an 88 MPH exit velocity.  He shows good power to the pull side.  In the field he is quick to the ball with a quick release.  He showcased an 86 MPH arm from the outfield.  On the mound he rounded out a very good day.  He is a sink and drive pitcher and lands in-line with home plate.  He delivers over the top and showcases a 88 MPH fastball with good command of the inside part of the plate.  He uses a 73 MPH curve with sharp 11/5 break and a 75 MPH change that stays down in the zone.

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