Prep Baseball Report

PBR Colorado All Colorado Series: Left-Handed Pitchers

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 event or game. We have already kicked off the PBR All-Colorado team with the outfielders, corners, and middle infielders. Today we cover the left-handed pitchers. 

Logan Soole, LHP/CF, Monarch, 2015
Finished ranked No. 5 overall in the 2015 class, No. 169 overall. Soole was drafted in the 23rd round by the Diamondbacks, and recently signed with them. 6-1 185 lb. LHP/OF, 2015. Soole was the top LHP in the state of Colorado. Throws from a quick and short high three-quarter slot. Has an explosive lower half with long stride with great extension to the plate. Fastball lives from 86-87 mph. Curveball has tight spin with 1-7 action. From outfield throws in upper 80's to low 90's. Wide, slightly crouched stance with good bat speed. Has level swing through zone producing good power. Very good student. Had an outstanding season for the Monarch Coyotes. On the year Soole finished the season with a .518 batting average with 7 doubles, 3 triples and 3 home runs, and stole 15 bases. One the mound Soole pitched 55 innings and had an impressive 92 K's only giving up 33 hits.  Soole won 7 games and finished the year with a 0.83 ERA including the playoffs.

Cameron Brown, LHP/OF, D’Evelyn 2016 
Currently ranked No. 14 in the 2016 class. Brown had as as a dominating season you could have on the mound. Brown was 6-0 for the Jaguars with a 0.59 in 47 IP only giving up 23 hits. From the mound arm is loose and throws from a high ¾ slot. Motion is effortless and he lulls batters to sleep. Had the most dominant pitching performance we have saw this year. Threw a complete game giving up 3 hits and struck out 14 against the 4A state champions Green Mountain. Brown lived between 83-85 MPH FB, maxing out twice at 86 MPH. This was up from 79 mph at the Preseason All-State Event on 3-1-15. Curve ball was 70-72 mph with late 1/7 break, and tight spin. Brown can also run showcasing a 6.77 60 time at the Junior Sunbelt Classic Tryout and he made the roster.

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