Prep Baseball Report

Colorado Year in Review: 25th Most Viewed Profile Drake Davis

John Cackowski
State Director

Since our launch in April of 2014, Prep Baseball Report Colorado continues to be your No.1 source for Amateur baseball in Colorado. Over the years nationally, the Prep Baseball Report has evolved into one of the country’s biggest and most respected independent scouting services, with a singular focus of providing comprehensive coverage in every state we are in, which is now up to 35 states. In 2016 our site reached over 150,000 page views and counting for the first time. Today we begin our season countdown of Top 25 most viewed profiles and stories of 2016. Coming in at the No. 25 most viewed profile in 2016 is Drake Davis with 633 views. Here is a look at his current profile. 



6-0, 175 pounds, the Arizona State commit was impressive in 3 innings of no-hit work against Cherokee Trail. Fastball was consistently 88 mph, and had a wipeout slider coming in at 77 with good depth. What we came away impressed with was how much he has cleaned up his motion to make it less effortless. Arm works real well and is quick. Square to the plate and pounded the strike zone. To see video Click Here


A 6-foot-0, 175 pound right hand pitcher who works quickly and is max effort on each pitch.  A quick motion and balance are followed by good lower leg drive to the plate.  He releases from a high ¾ arm slot and does a nice job of keeping his arm speed up on all three pitches.  Delivery lands in-line with the plate and follow through carries him across his body.  Fastball touched 88 with good movement.  He also added a 79 MPH slider with sharp break and an 84 MPH cutter that ran in on the hands.


6-foot, 175 pounds. First time I have seen Davis and we came away impressed. He is as aggressive as a pitcher I have seen. Davis has a herky jerky motion which can be intimidating to a hitter, but he will probably have to tone down a bit not to exert too much energy, but he comes at you with 88 mph fastballs and he is all arms and legs. Despite everything going on in the delivery, Davis managed to fill up the strike zone. Aside from his fastball, Davis threw his changeup aggressively and for strikes.