Team FL Future Games Player Spotlight: 2019 MIF Tucker Fine



By Mike Maerz
Director of Florida Operations/Area Scout

The Prep Baseball Report Future Games is the premier summer scouting event for uncommitted class of 2019 prospects and select 2020 prospects from our 30-plus state coverage area. Last year, more than 130 colleges from all over the country were in attendance. This one-of-a-kind event will take place on August 2 - August 5 (Wednesday-Saturday) at Grand Park, a state-of-the-art 22-field baseball complex located in Westfield, IN, just north of Indianapolis.

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Leading up the event, we will highlight each member of Team Florida. Today we look at the standout incoming junior 2019 MIF Tucker Fine of Berkeley Prep, FL. 


Tucker Fine

Class of 2019 / 2B

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: 2B
    Secondary Position: SS
  • High School: Berkeley Prep
    State: FL
  • Summer Team: 5 Star National
  • Height: 5-10
    Weight: 160lbs
  • Bat/Throw: L/R

Statistics

Position
7.04
60-yard
80
INF Velo
88
Exit Velo
4.54
H-1st

Scouting Report

06/21/17 - Currently stands at 5-foot-10, 160 pounds and shows a lot of functional athleticism. He may not have one plus tool, but his defense and bat to ball skill are above average. Defensively he projects to be an above average to plus defensive second baseman with rangy action and an above average glove. Offensively, he has good rhythm and timing. He will mix a medium leg kick and toe-tap load. He has a feel for the barrel and an advanced approach. He is strong pound for pound and when he works in the leg kick consistently will develop pull side power. Has tools and they work in the game while also room to project.

06/01/17 - The athletic middle infielder moves extremely well at short. He is under control, with easy fluid actions. The hands are soft and he has a lot of confidence in them. He also showed plenty of arm to stay on the left side of the field. At the plate, he showed surprising pull power. He utilizes his lower half extremely well, and has a lot of looseness in the wrists. He can get a bit shouldered at times, but when he works the middle he shows advanced barrel feel.