Florida Class of 2021: Top Uncommitted Outfielders


Phil Kerber
PBR Florida/JUCO Wire

Florida/Georgia Border Battle (Invite Only)

Last week the Overall Class of 2021 Rankings were updated and expanded. Shortly following, our own Florida Class of 2021 Rankings were updated and expanded to 100 prospects. Being in such a baseball rich state means many of the prospects here are receving offers and committing earlier than other parts. 

Taking a glimpse at the Top 100 shows that 39 of the 100 have already delcared a commitment. This leaves 61 prospects who are still searching for a home. Athlough there is no reason to panic for these guys, as there is plenty of time left in the recruiting process.

On Thursday, we presented the Top Uncommitted Pitchers remaining in the Top 100. Friday, followed the Top Uncommitted Middle Infiedlers remaining. This week, we kicked off Monday with the Top Uncommitted Corner Infielders, followed by the Top Uncommitted Catchers Tuesday.

Today, we conclude our presentation with the top uncomitted outfielders in Florida's Class of 2021.

Top Uncommitted outfielders

Renzo Gonzalez OF / LHP / Alonso , FL / 2021

06/23/18- Stocky 5-foot-10, 165 pounds with strength in the lower half. Average runner, but overall has multiple advanced tools. Offensively, the left handed hitter works with rhythm and utilizes his strong lower half well. He has loose wrists and works gap-to-gap and present bat speed and will have pull side power in the future. He has an advanced feel to hit and a very high offensive upside.Defensively, he also shows advanced actions in the outfield where he shows range, taking efficient routes to the ball with a quick first step. Gets behind his throws which are online with accuracy and carry to the bag. Pure left handed hitter and the hit tool is going to play which will make him a high value, impact player.

Jaylen Blackmon OF / Escambia , FL / 2021

04/11/18- The more twitchy of the twins, he is a plus runner for class. Showed a 4.2 home to first time and moves extremely well in center. Offensively, he is a bit wider base with a more level, compact, line-drive approach. The swing is simple and as he gains reps should result in above average hit tool. He shows above average tools and an extremely high ceiling. Very high 2021 follow.

Jojo Blackmon OF / Escambia , FL / 2021

04/11/18- The more physical of the twins, has present strength and played corner outfield. There is a lot to like about the athleticism, which is near elite. He stands upright in the box, and can cut himself off at times, but is aggressive through the zone with above average bat speed. Some swing and miss that should be cut out with reps and age, especially with the amount of athleticism. He has a strong lower half and will have power in the future. Arm works, shows carry from the outfield. Very high follow for 2021 class.

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