Prep Baseball Report

FL Limited Series: 25 Uncommitted Standouts

Shooter Hunt
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The PBR Limited Series at IMG Academy in Florida was stocked with talent in multiple classes, and the uncommitted players at the event were able to shine in front of large gathering of college recruiters from around the country. Whether it be 2019 prospects who had made considerable jumps to entice the college coaches or the younger 2020/2021’s who showed great promise moving forward, each player was able to use the great platform to put themselves squarely on recruiter’s radars. Below are 25 uncommitted standouts from the event that also included many, many more as can be seen in both the
16U Scout Blog and 17U Scout Blog as well as in On the Hunt.


Lake Fisher 3B / RHP / Dunedin, FL / 2019

Showcasing a compact, quick arm, Fisher worked 87-90 with a fastball that featured late life. The delivery is simple and repeatable allowing him to find a consistent arm slot. His short, hard slider at 81-83 mph received multiple swings and misses, and given the aggressiveness with which he throws it, could become a plus pitch in the future. Also Played third base on day three and hit in the middle of the order. Showed the ability to be an above average defender and has present bat speed and strength. Should be a big two-way follow.

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Kyle Mandes RHP / Nature Coast Techincal, FL / 2019

Long and lean at 6-foot-4, 175-pounds, Mandes has a projectable frame that should continue filling out quickly in the future which will potentially give him a chance to see bigger jumps moving forward. The right-hander exhibited a more polished delivery which remains compact throughout, and allowed him to repeat his high ¾ slot with ease. His fastball sat 85-88 during his outing, and showcased some downhill plane as he controlled it in the zone, and showed some feel for moving it around. At times, his 75-77 slider showed sharp, later break, and looks to have a chance to be a potential weapon in the future. Overall, certainly looks the part on the mound, and if given the chance to progress, some college program may receive a future starter.

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