New England Top Five Breakdown: Top Viewed Prospect Profiles for New Hampshire - #1 Bryce Reagan



By Dylan Hefflinger
New England Editor in Chief

After drilling down into our Google Analytics we have compiled a list of the five most visited New England profiles for each state individually on the Prep Baseball Report website in 2015. During the month of December we will count down to the end of the year with a look at those profiles that were most viewed. We looked at the top five for Massachusetts 1st, then Connecticut and now we are on to New Hampshire.

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Top Five Rundown for New Hampshire:
#5- Kobie Taylor
#4- Sam McCarthy
#3- Grant Lavigne
#2- Owen Batchelder

Top Five Rundown for Connecticut:
#5- Brandon Ross
#4- Matthew Cleveland
#3- Michael Burrows
#2- Benjamin Casparius
#1- Holden White

Top Five Rundown for Massachusetts:
#5- Ian Seymour
#4- Jackson Gillis
#3- Matt Tabor
#2- Chris Lanzilli
#1- Ryan January

New England Top Five Breakdown: Top Viewed Prospect Profiles for New Hampshire - #1 Bryce Reagan

Bryce Reagan#1 Bryce Reagan, 2018 (Virginia Tech commit)
Background: Switch-hitting third baseman, who we have seen a number of times this past summer. The frame is ideal as he will fill out and get stronger. The glove is plus, more than likely, could play a number of infield positions, but loves third. The arm works, threw 85 mph across the diamond. Gets off the ball very well and runs well, 4.3 down the line from the left side. The bat path from both sides is flat and direct. The bottom half is stable and under control. Needs to spread the field at the plate to help his game. Tee exit velocity of 86 mph from the right-side and 77 mph from the left-side of the dish.

Ranking: Reagan is ranked 5th in New England's 2018 class and 74th overall.

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